Il lavoro attraente [Attractive Work]. Ginevra: Carlo Frigerio, Ed., 1938.

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Title

Il lavoro attraente [Attractive Work]. Ginevra: Carlo Frigerio, Ed., 1938.

Description

This is an edited version of an essay which had appeared first in the U.S., in the Italian-American anarchist paper L'Adunata dei Refrattari, edited by "Max Sartin" (Raffaele Schiavina) after he secretly returned to the U.S. following his deportation in 1919, along with that of Luigi Galleani and others. The American publication was part of the Biblioteca di Coltura Libertaria; No. 1, Gennaio-Febbraio 1938.

The reprint in Geneva of an essay originally published in the U.S. is another example of the international nature of the anarchist and socialist movements. Besides Switzerland and the U.S., Berneri was widely published in France and Italy.

Berneri, an Italian professor of philosophy, and along with Errico Malatesta, Armando Borghi, a leading writer for Umanità Nova, was an anarchist theorist and propagandist who organized anti-fascist brigadiers in Spain, q.v. Berneri in Ispagna in the collection. He was assassinated by Stalinists while in Barcelona in 1937.

Unlike the case with Borghi, Galleani or Malatesta, despite his writing for American Italian publications, there is no evidence of Berneri ever setting foot in the U.S.

Creator

Camillo Berneri

Publisher

Il lavoro attraente [Attractive Work]. Geneva: Carlo Frigerio, Ed.

Date

1938

Format

20 x 13.5cm; 35 p.

Language

Italian

Citation

Camillo Berneri, “Il lavoro attraente [Attractive Work]. Ginevra: Carlo Frigerio, Ed., 1938.,” Italian-Language American Imprints: The Periconi Collection, accessed January 29, 2023, https://italianamericanimprints.omeka.net/items/show/409.

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