A collection of essays on the work of controversial Italian writer, dramatist, and filmmaker Pier Paolo Pasolini. Contributions focus on Pasolini's self-involvement and his analyses of language, aesthetics, and film, among other topics. Attention is also given to differences in Pasolini's reception
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