Concordance Table 2: Critical Edition - Volume 2

Antonio Gramsci, Prison Notebooks, Volume 2

Translated and edited by Joseph A. Buttigieg. New York: Columbia University Press, 1996.

Notebook 3 (1930) [Miscellaneous]
Note # Page # Note title or first line of note.
§1 5 The French intellectuals
§2 6 Julien Benda
§3 8 German intellectuals
§4 9 Emmanuel Berl
§5 11 America
§6 13 What do the young think?
§7 14 The people (oh!), the public (oh!)
§8 14 Father Bresciani's progeny
§9 15 The academy of Ten
§10 16 Proudhon and the Italian literati (Raimondi, Jahier)
§11 17 Americanism
§12 18 David Lazzaretti
§13 20 Father Bresciani's progeny. Alfredo Panzini: "Vita di Cavour"
§14 21 Father Bresciani's progeny
§15 21 Ettore Ciccotti
§16 22 Political development of the popular class in the medieval Commune
§17 24 1917
§18 24 History of the subaltern classes
§19 25 The problem of the young
§20 25 Documents of the times
§21 25 Italian diplomacy before 1914
§22 26 Lorianism
§23 26 Loria
§24 26 Risorgimento motifs. Sicilian separatism
§25 27 The role of Catholics in Italy (Catholic Action)
§26 29 America and Europe
§27 29 Prince Karl Rohan
§28 29 Types of periodicals
§29 30 Catalogo dei cataloghi del libro italiano
§30 30 Another bibliographical publication
§31 30 Types of priodicals
§32 31 "Rendre la vie impossible"
§33 32 Some causes of error
§34 32 Past and present
§35 33 Giuseppe Rensi
§36 34 Cultural matters
§37 34 Father Bresciani's progeny
§38 34 Father Bresciani's progeny. A. Panzini: "Vita di Cavour"
§39 39 Past and present
§40 39 Reformation and Renaissance
§41 40 Father Bresciani's progeny
§42 40 Past and present
§43 43 Past and present
§44 43 Past and present
§45 44 Past and present
§46 44 Past and present
§47 47 Political science and the positivists
§48 48 Past and present. Spontaneity and conscious leadership
§49 52 Cultural topics. Ideological material
§50 53 Concordat
§51 53 Past and present
§52 54 The pillories of virtue
§53 54 Past and present. Influence of the romanticism of French serials
§54 55 Emilio Bodrero
§55 56 Past and present. Otto Kahn
§56 56 The concept of organic centralism and the priestly caste
§57 57 Father Bresciani's progeny. Papini
§58 57 Types of periodicals. The "Voce"-"Leonardo" type
§59 58 Past and present. The intellectual influence of France
§60 58 Past and present
§61 59 The struggle between the generations
§62 59 Past and present
§63 61 Father Bresciani's progeny
§64 65 Father Bresciani's progeny
§65 65 Massimo Lelj, Il Risorgimento dello spirito italiano: 1725-1861
§66 65 Lorianism and the baroque style
§67 66 Gerrymandering
§68 66 Americanism
§69 67 Utopias and philosophical novels
§70 67 Frère Vedremo
§71 67 Utopias and philosophical novels
§72 68 Science columns
§73 69 Father Bresciani's progeny. Luigi Capuana
§74 70 Giulio Bertoni and linguistics
§75 72 Utopias and philosophical novels
§76 72 The question of the language and the Italian intellectual classes
§77 76 The clergy, church property, and analogous forms of personal or real property
§78 76 Father Bresciani's progeny. Popular serial novels
§79 78 The question of the language
§80 78 The particular chauvinism of the Italians
§81 79 Federico Confalonieri
§82 80 French and Italian historical culture
§83 82 Past and present
§84 83 The death of Vittorio Emanuele II
§85 83 Arturo Graf
§86 84 Lorianism. Alfredo Trombetti
§87 86 Regarding the formation of the Italian intellectual classes in the early Middle Ages
§88 90 The study of the historical formation of the Italian intellectuals
§89 90 Lorianism
§90 91 History of the subaltern classes
§91 92 Father Bresciani's progeny. The book fair
§92 92 Federico Confalonieri
§93 93 Giovanni Cena
§94 93 Father Bresciani's progeny. Polifilo
§95 93 Father Bresciani's progeny
§96 94 Father Bresciani's progeny. Popular novels
§97 95 The Concordat
§98 95 Spartacus
§99 96 The law of numbers
§100 96 Father Bresciani's progeny. Popular literature
§101 96 Father Bresciani's progeny. The anti-popular or non-popular-national character of Italian literature
§102 96 Past and present. School of journalism
§103 97 The Risorgimento and the revolutionary classes
§104 97 Popular literature. An anthology of writings by American workers
§105 98 Lorianism. American peanuts and oil
§106 98 Prof. H. de Vries de Heekelingen
§107 99 The social classes in the Risorgimento
§108 99 The personal equation
§109 99 Father Bresciani's progeny. Italo Svevo and Italian littérateurs
§110 100 Equipping the nation
§111 100 Lorianism
§112 101 Corrado Barbagallo
§113 101 Utopias
§114 101 Past and present
§115 102 International function of the Italian educated classes
§116 102 International function of the Italian educated classes
§117 104 Italian emigration and the cosmopolitan function of the Italian educated classes
§118 104 National history and the history of culture (European or international
§119 105 Agitation and propaganda
§120 106 Antonio Fradeletto
§121 107 Father Bresciani's progeny
§122 107 Italian diplomacy. Costantino Nigra and the Treaty of Wuchali
§123 108 The pitiful Italian
§124 108 Emigration
§125 109 Luigi Castellazzo, the Mantua trial, and the other trials under Austrian rule
§126 111 The formation of the Italian educated classes and their cosmopolitan function
§127 111 The Risorgimento
§128 111 Machiavelli and Emanuele Filiberto
§129 111 Italian diplomacy
§130 112 Italian culture
§131 112 Italian diplomacy
§132 112 Lorianism. Paolo Orano
§133 113 Carlo Flumiani, I gruppi sociali. Fondamenti di scienza politica
§134 113 Piero Pieri, Il Regno di Napoli dal luglio 1799 al marzo 1806
§135 113 History and Anti-history
§136 114 Father Bresciani's progeny
§137 114 The formation of the Italian intellectual class
§138 115 Father Bresciani's progeny. Alfredo Panzini
§139 116 Past and present
§140 116 Catholicism and secularism. Religion and science
§141 117 The international function of Italian intellectuals
§142 118 The limits of state activity
§143 119 1914
§144 119 Renaissance
§145 119 Italian and French culture and the Academies
§146 120 Kipling
§147 120 Italian intellectuals. Carducci
§148 120 The negative popular-national character of Italian literature
§149 121 Popular literature. Verne and the literature of marvelous adventures
§150 122 Popular literature. Emilio De Marchi
§151 122 Negative popular-national character of Italian literature
§152 123 "Spectator" = Mario Missiroli
§153 123 Popular literature. Notes on the detective novel
§154 124 The negative national-popular aspect of Italian literature
§155 125 The new architecture
§156 126 Lorianism. Trombetti and the monogenesis of language
§157 128 Separation between leaders and led
§158 129 The historical conjuncture of 1848-1849
§159 129 Risorgimento
§160 129 The economic structure of Italy
§161 130 Leo XIII
§162 130 The historical conjuncture of 1848-1849
§163 131 Alessandro Luzio's "history" of the Risorgimento
§164 131 Notes on the religious movement. The editorial staff of "La Civiltà Cattolica"
§165 133 Italo Toscani
§166 133 Past and present

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