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This front matter section of the book Gramsci and Languages: Unification, Diversity, Hegemony contains the table of contents and preface. This book adds to the theoretical discussion and critical assessment of Gramsci's linguistically relevant writings a special focus on three elements which have, up till now, been insufficiently examined in the Italian secondary literature, and almost completely ignored outside of Italy. The first is Gramsci's life, with specific reference to his use of the Sardianian language; second, a number of his lesser-known writings, especially texts that he and his associates wrote in the late 1910s and early 1920s; and third, Gramsci's multiple sources, both in language studies (including non-Italian sources), and in other fields linked to the political handling of languages and language-based conflicts.

Keywords: Gramsci; Italian; Sardianian language

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