The Street Kids Books

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The Street Kidsis the best important atypical by Italy's capital late-20th Century columnist and intellectual, Pier Paolo Pasolini. A powerful, groundbreaking abreast classic, The Street Kids is now accessible in a new adaptation by Ann Goldstein, translator of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels.

Set in Rome during the post-war years, the Rome of the "borgate," afar neighborhoods aggress by abjection and deprivation, The Street Kids tells the adventure of a accumulation of adolescents acceptance to the burghal underclass. Living hand-to-mouth, Riccetto and his accompany eek out an actuality accomplishing odd jobs, committing petty crimes and prostituting themselves. Rooted in the neorealist movement of the 1950s, The Street Kids is a tender, afflicted accolade to an absolute amusing chic in crisis of actuality forgotten.

Pasolini's atypical was heavily censored, criticized by able critics, and lambasted by abundant of the accepted accessible aloft its publication. But its actual force and animation eventually led to it actuality universally accustomed as a masterpiece.. The Street Kids

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