I read Italian writer Elena Ferrante's slim but dark novel The Lost Daughter several months ago and in recent weeks several interesting reviews have appeared online: at the complete review, over at Three Percent, and finally at Words Without Borders.
I recommend giving it a read. The novel was published by Europa Editions and translated by Ann Goldstein.
Two Month Review #8: "Many Fêtes, or Study for a Group Portrait with Broken Decalogues" (The Invented Part, Pages 301-360) - On this week’s Two Month Review, Chad and Brian talk about F. Scott Fitzgerald and *Tender Is the Night*, puzzles, how to properly introduce the show, th...
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