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“I’ve always preferred Ferrante’s short novels, especially ‘The Days of Abandonment’ and ‘The Lost Daughter,’...for the companionability of those cleareyed, precise, unsentimental narrators...You can hear something of their voice in Ferrante’s thoughtful simplicity.”

Author: Elaine Blair
Newspaper, blog or website: The New York Times Book Review
Date: Oct 31 2016
URL: http://www.nytimes.com/2016/11/06/books/review/elena-ferrante-frantumaglia.html?_r=0

“I’ve always preferred Ferrante’s short novels, especially ‘The Days of Abandonment’ and ‘The Lost Daughter,’ to the Neapolitan Quartet, for the companionability of those cleareyed, precise, unsentimental narrators who can describe even their own nervous breakdowns with a hard-won self-possession. You can hear something of their voice in Ferrante’s thoughtful simplicity.”

Read the full review in The New York Times Book Review.

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