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Alberto Moravia (1907–1990), the child of a wealthy family, was raised at home because of illness. He published his first novel, The Time of Indifference
, at the age of twenty-three. Banned from publishing under Mussolini, he emerged after World War II as one of the most admired and influential of twentieth-century Italian writers. In addition to Agostino
, New York Review Classics publishes Moravia’s novels Boredom