Milan: Corriere d'Italia, 1970. First Edition. Wraps. 8vo. Wraps. Newsprint. Moderate shelfwear. Two small indentations to bottom edge of text block; below photograph borders on affected pages. One page detached from binding and laid in. No other damage or structural weaknesses. Very good minus. 208pp. Very good -. Item #21983
In Italian. Published as a supplement to the Corriere d'Italia directly after Fallarino's violent death at the hands of her husband, the so-called 'Crime of Via Puccini': Camillo Casati Stampa di Soncino murdered both Fallarino and her lover, then shot himself. With exerpted diary pages and notes from both perpetrator and victims regarding their various affairs. Contains numerous explicit images of Fallarino, in both black and white and color, some with token black censorship squares. Introduction by Medi Mandour, with text by Riccardo Minuti and a one-page opinion on "la perversione sessuale" by an alleged psychiatrist.