Giovanni Baldelli

Anarchist theorist

1914   -   1986

country of citizenship: Italy, Kingdom of Italy
occupation: writer, poet

Giovanni Baldelli (1914–1986) was an anarchist theorist, best known for his 1971 work Social Anarchism which defines social anarchism and provides a framework for its introduction. Baldelli also wrote poetry, plays and philosophical works. Published poetry includes the collections Quand l'aube se survit, Chair à étoiles, Proses et poèmes and Le pied à l’étrier, all in French; Itinerario and All'ombra del gufo, both in Italian; and Seven Fugues, in English. Baldelli regularly wrote articles for anarchist journals, including the Italian publications Internazionale and Volontà.
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