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    (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante This novel nearly broke me The Story of the Lost Child is beautifully heartbreaking It is the culmination of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan series and it wraps up the story of two friends Elena and Lila I spent my summer with

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    (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante After re reading this series I can confirm it's one of my all time favorites Ferrante is a writer I admire so much and like I said in my original reviews one that I know confidently I can and will read again and again throughout my life Original ReviewI'm done I'm actually done The journey is over and what a wonderful journey it was Maybe soon I will be able to write a better review but for now I can only say that this series is truly unl

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    (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante This is the end Beautiful friend This is the end My only friend the end Of our elaborate plans the end Of everything that stands the end No safety or surprise the end I'll never look into your eyesagain Can you picture what will be So limitless and free Desperately in needof somestranger's hand In adesperate l

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta FREE DOWNLOAD Ü PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Elena Ferrante Elena Ferrante ã 6 DOWNLOAD I’ve never read a series before Finally I understand why people sleep outside bookstores the day before the next instalment is due to be published Were there to be a book five I might well zipper myself inside a bag outside Feltrinelli the night before release Except there will be no next instalment here I’m done Lila has left my life and I will never know anything about her I feel horribly bereft Book F

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante The tunnel on the edge of the neighbourhood beyond which Lila couldn't passWhen I arrived in Naples I had just read the Claudio Gatti article which claimed to expose Elena Ferrante's real identity I remembered being amazed when it had come out back in 2016 by the fury it had provoked People were outraged Not just readers

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    (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante UPDATED SEE BELOWI can't believe it's over I mean really after finishing Ferrante's riveting tetralogy I feel a sense of

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    Elena Ferrante ã 6 DOWNLOAD FREE DOWNLOAD Ü PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Elena Ferrante (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante There is a terrible sense of loss once you reach the last line of the last volume of Ferrante's saga her writing is so addictive it has kept me company for over a year now and waiting for the next installment of the story has been a delightful suspenseI feel abandoned to my own device now that the curtain fell on this wonderful story The la

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    READ & DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta FREE DOWNLOAD Ü PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ã Elena Ferrante Elena Ferrante ã 6 DOWNLOAD Book FourThe Final Conclusion to the Neapolitan novelsAnd so this story begins page 1From October 1976 until 1979 when I returned to Naples to live I avoided resuming a steady relationship with Lila But it wasn't easy She almost immediately tr

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    (Storia della bambina perduta) [E–book] ✓ Elena Ferrante READ & DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta What can I say about this book that has yet to be said This is the fourth and final book in The Neapolitan Novels It is the culmination of the lifetime of two dominate strong women It is the story of one lost chi

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DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB E si ammiranoAttraverso nuove prove che la vita pone loro davanti scoprono in se stesse e nell’altra sempre nuovi aspetti delle loro personalità e del loro legame d’amicizia Intanto la storia d’Italia e del mondo si srotola sullo sfondo e anche con uesta le due donne e la loro amicizia si dovranno confrontareAssieme ai precedenti “capitoli” di uesta straordinaria storia – L'amica geniale Storia del nuovo cognome Storia di chi fugge e di chi resta uesto uarto conclusivo volume costituisce un’opera letteraria incredibilmente feconda e ispiratrice un’opera riconosciuta internazionalmente come una delle massime del nostro tem. Book FourThe Final Conclusion to the Neapolitan novelsAnd so this story begins page 1From October 1976 until 1979 when I returned to Naples to live I avoided resuming a steady relationship with Lila But it wasn t easy She almost immediately tried to reenter my life by force and I ignored her tolerated her endured her Even if she acted as if there were nothing she wanted than to be close to me at a difficult moment I couldn t forget the contempt with which she had treated me Today I think that if it had been only the insult that wounded me You re an idiot she had shouted on the telephone when I told her about Nino and she had never ever spoken to me like that before I would have soon calmed down In reality what mattered than that offense was the mention of Dede and Elsa Think of the harm you re doing to your daughters she had warned me and at that moment I had paid no attention But over time those words acuired greater weight and I returned to them often Lila had never displayed the slightest interest in Dede and Elsa almost certainly she didn t even remember their names If on the phone I mentioned some intelligent remark they had made she cut me off changed the subject And when she met them for the first time at the house of Marcello Solara she had confined herself to an absentminded glance and a few pat phrases she hadn t paid the least attention to how nicely they were dressed and neatly their hair was combed how well both were able to express themselves although they were still small And yet I had given birth to them I I brought them up they were part of me who had been her friend forever she should have taken this into account I won t say out of affection but at least out of politeness for my maternal pride Yet she hadn t even attempted a good natured sarcasm she had displayed indifference and nothing Only now out of jealousy surely because I had taken Nino did she remember the girls and wanted to emphasize that I was a terrible mother that although I was happy I was causing them unhappiness The minute I thought about it I became anxious Had Lila worried about Gennaro when she left Stefano when she abandoned the child to the neighbor because of her work in the factory when she sent him to me as if to get him out of the way Ah I had my faults but I was certainly a mother and she was WOW Can you see how we might be for a ride for the next 473 pages Well as much as I HAD THOUGHT I was going to be glad when I finished these 4 booksnow I m not so sure I m sad This 4th book broke my heart than all three put together I can t help but wonder if other readers hadhave a long term friendship of 40 to 50 years Any similarities to Elena and Lila I also wonder what these stories might be like if Lila were the narrator Lisi and I met in 7th grade Her real name is Ilyce I went by my nickname Liz in Jr high school and my real name is Elyse Having similar names with our school lockers back to back brought us together An instant friendship it was We are the same height both Jewish but from very different types of families Lisi introduced me to Goodreads She was the reader as a child Not me The first time either one of us either had sex both late bloomers it was with the same guy NOT AT THE SAME TIME Me first she later a triangle messy drama which we survive with flying colors Our friendship lasted longer than the guy that s a very sad storyhe diedLisi and I are still close friends now in our 60 s Both of us have been married for approx 30 years Both have 2 daughters Our husbands are good friends tooLisi and I have another friend Renee Renee was my closest friend in a crazy complex deep way than with Lisi during our teen growing yearsI spent most of my time with Renee Long storybut after an almost 50 year friendshipwe aren t speaking todayI uietly let her go but maybe she had let me go years before I even noticed Lisi and Renee are still in touch but I only have the memories we once shared over 40 years worth I think about our resuming our friendship often but it hasn t happened Woman s friendships may be the most complex relationships on the planetMy suggestion but it s only my opinioneither read all 4 books or don t read any of them I went into THE BINGE READERS CAVEreading approx 300 pages a day non stop until I finished all 4 books days and night Took a few breaks but not many Elena FerranteI think it s fair to say she s a great artistan extremely gifted storyteller Kinda a genius Book Four uesta straordinaria storia – L'amica geniale Storia del nuovo cognome Storia di chi fugge e di chi resta The Cost of Survival The System Apocalypse #3 uesto My Double Unveiled. the Dissipative Quantum Model of Brain. uarto conclusivo volume costituisce The Bald TruthThe First Complete Guide To Preventing And Treating Hair Loss un’opera letteraria incredibilmente feconda e ispiratrice Putting Food By un’opera riconosciuta internazionalmente come Le Coran des historiens (Bibliographie) una delle massime del nostro tem. Book FourThe Final Conclusion to the Neapolitan novelsAnd so this story begins page 1From October 1976 Se una notte d'inverno un viaggiatore until 1979 when I returned to Naples to live I avoided resuming a steady relationship with Lila But it wasn t easy She almost immediately tried to reenter my life by force and I ignored her tolerated her endured her Even if she acted as if there were nothing she wanted than to be close to me at a difficult moment I couldn t forget the contempt with which she had treated me Today I think that if it had been only the insult that wounded me You re an idiot she had shouted on the telephone when I told her about Nino and she had never ever spoken to me like that before I would have soon calmed down In reality what mattered than that offense was the mention of Dede and Elsa Think of the harm you re doing to your daughters she had warned me and at that moment I had paid no attention But over time those words acuired greater weight and I returned to them often Lila had never displayed the slightest interest in Dede and Elsa almost certainly she didn t even remember their names If on the phone I mentioned some intelligent remark they had made she cut me off changed the subject And when she met them for the first time at the house of Marcello Solara she had confined herself to an absentminded glance and a few pat phrases she hadn t paid the least attention to how nicely they were dressed and neatly their hair was combed how well both were able to express themselves although they were still small And yet I had given birth to them I I brought them The Cosmopolitan Canopy up they were part of me who had been her friend forever she should have taken this into account I won t say out of affection but at least out of politeness for my maternal pride Yet she hadn t even attempted a good natured sarcasm she had displayed indifference and nothing Only now out of jealousy surely because I had taken Nino did she remember the girls and wanted to emphasize that I was a terrible mother that although I was happy I was causing them Harry Potter – Spells & Charms: A Movie Scrapbook unhappiness The minute I thought about it I became anxious Had Lila worried about Gennaro when she left Stefano when she abandoned the child to the neighbor because of her work in the factory when she sent him to me as if to get him out of the way Ah I had my faults but I was certainly a mother and she was WOW Can you see how we might be for a ride for the next 473 pages Well as much as I HAD THOUGHT I was going to be glad when I finished these 4 booksnow I m not so sure I m sad This 4th book broke my heart than all three put together I can t help but wonder if other readers hadhave a long term friendship of 40 to 50 years Any similarities to Elena and Lila I also wonder what these stories might be like if Lila were the narrator Lisi and I met in 7th grade Her real name is Ilyce I went by my nickname Liz in Jr high school and my real name is Elyse Having similar names with our school lockers back to back brought UnClobber: Rethinking Our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality us together An instant friendship it was We are the same height both Jewish but from very different types of families Lisi introduced me to Goodreads She was the reader as a child Not me The first time either one of Process Mining: Data Science in Action us either had sex both late bloomers it was with the same guy NOT AT THE SAME TIME Me first she later a triangle messy drama which we survive with flying colors Our friendship lasted longer than the guy that s a very sad storyhe diedLisi and I are still close friends now in our 60 s Both of Corruptions et crédulité en médecine : Stop aux statines et autres dangers us have been married for approx 30 years Both have 2 daughters Our husbands are good friends tooLisi and I have another friend Renee Renee was my closest friend in a crazy complex deep way than with Lisi during our teen growing yearsI spent most of my time with Renee Long storybut after an almost 50 year friendshipwe aren t speaking todayI تقریرات مصدق در زندان uietly let her go but maybe she had let me go years before I even noticed Lisi and Renee are still in touch but I only have the memories we once shared over 40 years worth I think about our resuming our friendship often but it hasn t happened Woman s friendships may be the most complex relationships on the planetMy suggestion but it s only my opinioneither read all 4 books or don t read any of them I went into THE BINGE READERS CAVEreading approx 300 pages a day non stop

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DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Storia della bambina perduta è il uarto e ultimo volume dell’Amica geniale la saga italiana che ha avuto più successo in uesti anni confermando l’autrice già conosciuta per i precedenti romanzi come una delle massime scrittrici al mondoLe due protagoniste Lina o Lila ed Elena o Lenù sono ormai adulte con alle spalle delle vite piene di avvenimenti scoperte cadute e “rinascite” Ambedue hanno lottato per uscire dal rione natale una prigione di conformismo violenze e legami difficili da spezzare Elena è diventata una scrittrice affermata ha lasciato Napoli si è sposata e poi separata ha avuto due figlie e ora torna a Napoli per. This novel nearly broke me The Story of the Lost Child is beautifully heartbreaking It is the culmination of Elena Ferrante s Neapolitan series and it wraps up the story of two friends Elena and Lila I spent my summer with these two women I read the first book My Brilliant Friend just to see what all the Ferrante Fever fuss was about and I didn t expect to read any of the series But I ended up intrigued and wanting and I gobbled up Books 2 and 3 as uickly as I could In this fourth book Elena has run away from her marriage to Pietro and has a passionate affair with Nino the boy she has loved since childhood Lila is opposed to the affair and the women s friendship becomes even strained Meanwhile Elena s writing career has ups and downs and Lila becomes entangled in the underground politics of their old neighborhood in NaplesIt is hard to explain to someone who hasn t read Ferrante why these novels are so powerful On the surface they sound like any other domestic drama two women living their lives experiencing love and loss going through the highs and lows of marriage and parenthood But it s not that simple Their lives are so well drawn their emotions and experiences are so real and the history and neighborhoods of Italy are so well described that this book feels like an autobiography than a novel The Ferrante books are rich in the same way that Tolstoy s novels are a feast To paraphrase an Internet meme One does not simply read a Ferrante book One lives itI have become deeply connected to Elena and Lila over these four books When Elena s mother is diagnosed with cancer and Elena has to care for her I nodded in sympathy for I too am caring for a mother with cancer When Elena experiences incredible heartbreak I empathized and remembered my own heartbreak When Lila suffers a devastating loss and is consumed with manic grief I thought of my own despair after a lossSome reviewers have said this fourth novel is the best one in the series I honestly couldn t rank them They are all part of one epic story and I feel both sadness and triumph now that I have finished reading Sad because I will miss spending time with these amazing women and triumph at what Ferrante has accomplished Truly this is a modern masterpieceFavorite uotesHow many words remain unsayable even between a couple in love and how the risk is increased that others might say them destroying itGood feelings are fragile with me love doesn t last Love for a man doesn t last not even love for a child it soon gets a hole in it You look in the hole and you see the nebula of good intentions mixed up with the nebula of badI thought maybe every relationship with men can only reproduce the same contradictions and in certain environments even the same smug responsesFrom childhood I had given her too much importance and now I felt as if unburdened Finally it was clear that what I was wasn t her and vice versa Her authority was no longer necessary to me I had my own I felt strong no longer a victim of my origins but capable of dominating them of giving them a shape of taking revenge on them for myself for Lila for whomeverOne writes not so much to write one writes to inflict pain on those who wish to inflict pain The pain of words against the pain of kicks and punches and the instruments of deathWhere is it written that lives should have a meaningI was distressed that nothing of me would endure through timeUnlike stories real life when it has passed inclines toward obscurity not clarity The Cosmopolitan Canopy uarto e Harry Potter – Spells & Charms: A Movie Scrapbook ultimo volume dell’Amica geniale la saga italiana che ha avuto più successo in UnClobber: Rethinking Our Misuse of the Bible on Homosexuality uesti anni confermando l’autrice già conosciuta per i precedenti romanzi come Process Mining: Data Science in Action una delle massime scrittrici al mondoLe due protagoniste Lina o Lila ed Elena o Lenù sono ormai adulte con alle spalle delle vite piene di avvenimenti scoperte cadute e “rinascite” Ambedue hanno lottato per Corruptions et crédulité en médecine : Stop aux statines et autres dangers uscire dal rione natale تقریرات مصدق در زندان una prigione di conformismo violenze e legami difficili da spezzare Elena è diventata Bach's Keyboard Music: A Listener's Guide up the story of two friends Elena and Lila I spent my summer with these two women I read the first book My Brilliant Friend just to see what all the Ferrante Fever fuss was about and I didn t expect to read any of the series But I ended Cathy up intrigued and wanting and I gobbled Il Buddismo spiegato semplicemente: La via verso una vita più serena, equilibrata e in armonia up Books 2 and 3 as La desaparición del paisaje ups and downs and Lila becomes entangled in the Íslenskar kynjaskepnur underground politics of their old neighborhood in NaplesIt is hard to explain to someone who hasn t read Ferrante why these novels are so powerful On the surface they sound like any other domestic drama two women living their lives experiencing love and loss going through the highs and lows of marriage and parenthood But it s not that simple Their lives are so well drawn their emotions and experiences are so real and the history and neighborhoods of Italy are so well described that this book feels like an autobiography than a novel The Ferrante books are rich in the same way that Tolstoy s novels are a feast To paraphrase an Internet meme One does not simply read a Ferrante book One lives itI have become deeply connected to Elena and Lila over these four books When Elena s mother is diagnosed with cancer and Elena has to care for her I nodded in sympathy for I too am caring for a mother with cancer When Elena experiences incredible heartbreak I empathized and remembered my own heartbreak When Lila suffers a devastating loss and is consumed with manic grief I thought of my own despair after a lossSome reviewers have said this fourth novel is the best one in the series I honestly couldn t rank them They are all part of one epic story and I feel both sadness and triumph now that I have finished reading Sad because I will miss spending time with these amazing women and triumph at what Ferrante has accomplished Truly this is a modern masterpieceFavorite Norman Thomas Early Civil Rights Activist uotesHow many words remain I'm a Dirty Dinosaur unsayable even between a couple in love and how the risk is increased that others might say them destroying itGood feelings are fragile with me love doesn t last Love for a man doesn t last not even love for a child it soon gets a hole in it You look in the hole and you see the nebula of good intentions mixed Il pendolo di Foucault up with the nebula of badI thought maybe every relationship with men can only reproduce the same contradictions and in certain environments even the same smug responsesFrom childhood I had given her too much importance and now I felt as if The Cobra ueen Pandora English #4 unburdened Finally it was clear that what I was wasn t her and vice versa Her authority was no longer necessary to me I had my own I felt strong no longer a victim of my origins but capable of dominating them of giving them a shape of taking revenge on them for myself for Lila for whomeverOne writes not so much to write one writes to inflict pain on those who wish to inflict pain The pain of words against the pain of kicks and punches and the instruments of deathWhere is it written that lives should have a meaningI was distressed that nothing of me would endure through timeUnlike stories real life when it has passed inclines toward obscurity not clarity

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DOWNLOAD Storia della bambina perduta ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Inseguire un a giovanile che si è di nuovo materializzato nella sua nuova vita Lila è rimasta a Napoli più invischiata nei rapporti familiari e camorristici ma si è inventata una sorprendente carriera di imprenditrice informatica ed esercita più che mai il suo affascinante e carismatico ruolo di leader nascosta ma reale del rione cosa che la porterà tra l’altro allo scontro con i potenti fratelli SolaraMa il romanzo è soprattutto la storia di un rapporto di amicizia dove le due donne veri e propri poli opposti di una stessa forza si scontrano e s’incontrano s’influenzano a vicenda si allontanano e poi si ritrovano si invidiano. UPDATED SEE BELOWI can t believe it s over I mean really after finishing Ferrante s riveting tetralogy I feel a sense of loss The fourth volume was fast paced and full of reveals no spoilers It was hard to read at several points but always entertaining and thought provoking If you have not read it yet please do so this year Definitely a journey to Naples that you do not want to missOne thing that struck me with this series is the similarities and differences with another classic story which crosses four decades in as many books the Rabbit Tetralogy by John Updike I have reviewed all four Rabbit books here in GR but if you are not familiar with them Updike follows Harry Rabbit Angstrom from the 50s to the 80s with one book per decade The Ferrante series is similar even if the boundaries are not drawn as clearly between books as in Updike and covers roughly the same period as the Neapolitan series Similarly the character of Rabbit is deeply developed like that of Lena and Lila Where Rabbit is uintessentially American in his own uniue and depraved way Lena and Lila are uintessentially Neapolitan I think that rural Pennsylvania and metropolitan Naples are uite different geographically but both serve as a evolving canvas backdrops upon which the central dramas play out I just think that if you read the Updike books you d probably enjoy the Ferrante ones and vice versa in terms of a look a slice of life from the middle to the end of the 20th century seen on two different continents and from the perspective of the two sexes SPOILER SECTION STOP HERE OR BEWAREI really enjoyed the allegory of the doll which brought the story full circle from the beginning of the relationship between Lena and Lila and was a beautiful reminder of that first wonderful book Further the disappearance of Tina for which I enjoyed the ambiguity almost dreamlike in not knowing definitively her fate was also a beautiful allegory for the lost innocence and sanity to a degree of Lila and the loss of intimacy between here and Lena In all four books it was wonderful to feel Naples like a character in the book much like Paris in L Education Sentimental There are moments when you feel like you are overhearing Lena and Lila in a caf or crossing them in a park The city evolves around them in colors smells and great differences in wealth and power There is a Proustian feel to Ferrante s writing although as one of my friends pointed out the male characters Enzo Piero Nino etc here are not as three dimensional as the female characters whereas in La Recherche Odille Gilberte and Albertine are all much profound But still there is a nice on ne sais uoi in her phrasing her descriptions and her uniue female sensibility that lends a limpidity and beauty to her prose that is just so pleasurable to read Prime Suspect The True Story of John Cannan the Only Man Police Want to Investigate for the Murder of Suzy Lamplugh un a giovanile che si è di nuovo materializzato nella sua nuova vita Lila è rimasta a Napoli più invischiata nei rapporti familiari e camorristici ma si è inventata An Ocean of Blessings una sorprendente carriera di imprenditrice informatica ed esercita più che mai il suo affascinante e carismatico ruolo di leader nascosta ma reale del rione cosa che la porterà tra l’altro allo scontro con i potenti fratelli SolaraMa il romanzo è soprattutto la storia di يأجوج ومأجوج من الوجود حتى الفناء un rapporto di amicizia dove le due donne veri e propri poli opposti di L'Amante du Rif una stessa forza si scontrano e s’incontrano s’influenzano a vicenda si allontanano e poi si ritrovano si invidiano. UPDATED SEE BELOWI can t believe it s over I mean really after finishing Ferrante s riveting tetralogy I feel a sense of loss The fourth volume was fast paced and full of reveals no spoilers It was hard to read at several points but always entertaining and thought provoking If you have not read it yet please do so this year Definitely a journey to Naples that you do not want to missOne thing that struck me with this series is the similarities and differences with another classic story which crosses four decades in as many books the Rabbit Tetralogy by John Updike I have reviewed all four Rabbit books here in GR but if you are not familiar with them Updike follows Harry Rabbit Angstrom from the 50s to the 80s with one book per decade The Ferrante series is similar even if the boundaries are not drawn as clearly between books as in Updike and covers roughly the same period as the Neapolitan series Similarly the character of Rabbit is deeply developed like that of Lena and Lila Where Rabbit is The A List DietFitness Plan uintessentially American in his own Stepping Stones uniue and depraved way Lena and Lila are The Muse uintessentially Neapolitan I think that rural Pennsylvania and metropolitan Naples are Kapelmeistara Kociņa kalendārs. KKK (1944. g. 2. puse) uite different geographically but both serve as a evolving canvas backdrops I only like the fingers of the guy I hate Vol.2 (TL Manga) upon which the central dramas play out I just think that if you read the Updike books you d probably enjoy the Ferrante ones and vice versa in terms of a look a slice of life from the middle to the end of the 20th century seen on two different continents and from the perspective of the two sexes SPOILER SECTION STOP HERE OR BEWAREI really enjoyed the allegory of the doll which brought the story full circle from the beginning of the relationship between Lena and Lila and was a beautiful reminder of that first wonderful book Further the disappearance of Tina for which I enjoyed the ambiguity almost dreamlike in not knowing definitively her fate was also a beautiful allegory for the lost innocence and sanity to a degree of Lila and the loss of intimacy between here and Lena In all four books it was wonderful to feel Naples like a character in the book much like Paris in L Education Sentimental There are moments when you feel like you are overhearing Lena and Lila in a caf or crossing them in a park The city evolves around them in colors smells and great differences in wealth and power There is a Proustian feel to Ferrante s writing although as one of my friends pointed out the male characters Enzo Piero Nino etc here are not as three dimensional as the female characters whereas in La Recherche Odille Gilberte and Albertine are all much profound But still there is a nice on ne sais التطور والتجديد فى الشعر المصري الحديث uniue female sensibility that lends a limpidity and beauty to her prose that is just so pleasurable to read

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