The Passion of Pier Paolo Pasolini

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Indiana University Press, 1995 - Art - 230 pages
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"... a keen and brilliant critical account of Pasolini’s films and writings..." —Italica

"Rohdie’s personal, idiosyncratic critical style is backed up by serious scholarly research, as the rich bibliography attests. This is one of the most original recent additions to the ever-growing literature on Pasolini." —Choice

"... refreshingly personal and full of unpredictable tangents." —Film Quarterly

Sam Rohdie has written a personal, wonderfully lucid account of Pier Paolo Pasolini’s cinema and literature.

  

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Contents

Chapter India
37
And Africa?
83
Revolution
117
Chapters Gennariello
175
Writing
193
Bibliography
211
Index
229
Copyright

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SAM ROHDIE teaches film studies at Baptist College, Hong Kong. He is a past editor of Screen and the author of Antonioni and Rocco and His Brothers (BFI Film Classics).

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