David Robey (review date 7 January 1983)
SOURCE: "Boys in Their Mystery," in Times Literary Supplement, No. 4162, January 7, 1983, p. 23.
[In the following review, Robey discusses two of Pasolini's novels, Amado mio and Atti impuri, that were published posthumously and asserts that "The two texts are very close in style and subject-matter … and quite different from the author's later work."]
At his death Pasolini left two unpublished novels among his papers, both of them dating from the late 1940s, when he lived in Friuli....
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