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Ann Goldstein discusses the Neapolitan novels with Sarah Kanowski on Australian radio.

Date: Sep 19 2015

Ann Goldstein is an editor at The New Yorker, and the translator of Italian writer Elena Ferrante whose four-volume novel centring around female friendship and set in Naples has become a global hit.

The final instalment in the series called The Story of the Lost Child has now been published and has cemented Ferrante's reputation as one of the world's leading contemporary novelists.

Despite the huge success of the novels, the author's identity is only known to her Italian publishers.

Listen here.