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Prison Blossoms are a distant cousin of Gramsci's Prison Notebooks. This book reminds us how much we learn about the self-absorbed center of society from those who are caged in at its margin. A gem of a book. (Mary Fainsod Katzenstein, author of Faithful and Fearless)
At long last, these passionate and perceptive anarchists can be heard! Magnificently edited and masterfully translated, Prison Blossoms should command the attention of anyone interested in the delivery, denial or deferral of justice in the United States. (Glenn C. Altschuler, Cornell University)
These writings allow readers to examine the anarchists, who come off as well-read and articulate authors, quite different from the common view of anarchists at the time and somewhat since...Of interest to those studying the Gilded Age and the Progressive Era, political thought, and prisons, both historically and currently. A worthwhile purchase. (S. A. Merriman Choice 2012-01-01)
Miriam Brody is an independent scholar.
Bonnie Buettner is Senior Lecturer of German Studies at Cornell University.