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    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] I received this book as a Christmas present from my boss over a year ago In fact everyone in the office received a copy – that’

  2. says: Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] SUMMARY Ú FINDARTICLES.CO ´ Elena Ferrante

    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] I tried I tried I tried For 200 pages I tried to see what it is about this writer that gets such acclaim but with 130 pages to go I abandoned it

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    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] I have been studying Italian in my free time and so decided to try reading one of the most popular Italian writers of today Elena Fe

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    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] type edit delete undo delete type edit deletedeep breathstart againtype edit deletemake a coffeetype edit deletepour a drinktype edit deletedesperation sets in The dog ate my review Why why why can’t I find any words to say about this book?The problem is I don’t know what I feel about it In fact the book has left me wi

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    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] UPDATED November 2018 here’s my review of the new HBO miniseries Hint It’s just as good as the book My Brilliant Friend aka My Brilliant New ObsessionBelieve all the hype This is a rich immersive deeply satisfying book

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    SUMMARY Ú FINDARTICLES.CO ´ Elena Ferrante Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] 1 sweet Jesusthis is the first of four books stars 2018 Read I was Most Afraid to Hate Award First of all a bit o

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    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] The entire time I spent reading this book I asked myself What is wrong with this book? Why am I having so much trouble getting into it? It is incredibly slow paced but I also believe the Italian to English translation must be flawed Many of the sentences were confusing and even contradictory The redeeming factor and the reason I gave it two stars instead of one was that the Italian atmosphere was strongly prevalent and somewhat e

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    Elena Ferrante ´ 1 REVIEW Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] 45 starsIf I were to describe Elena Ferrante's My Brilliant Friend in one word it would be 'mythic' The minutiae of Elena and Lila's lives into which Ferrante dives takes on these mythic proportions pulling the reader alon

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    Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] READ & DOWNLOAD L'amica geniale This novel has so much violence that it should come with some kind of rating Seriously I had no idea it was so dangerous to

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    SUMMARY Ú FINDARTICLES.CO ´ Elena Ferrante Pdf/E–book [L'amica geniale] Elena Ferrante ´ 1 REVIEW When did we all start talking about Elena Ferrante guys? I can’t remember was it last year? Maybe 2013? I know she’s be

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  • L'amica geniale
  • Elena Ferrante
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  • 07 March 2018
  • 9780320088322

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READ & DOWNLOAD L'amica geniale REVIEW ↠ L'amica geniale Elena Ferrante ´ 1 REVIEW A modern masterpiece from one of Italy's most acclaimed authors My Brilliant Friend is a rich intense and generous hearted story about two friends Elena and Lila Ferrante's inimitable. I received this book as a Christmas present from my boss over a year ago In fact everyone in the office received a copy that s how much our boss wanted us to read it Before you start wondering what sort of wonderful place I worked at let me clarify it was a literary agency so such things were totally commonplace So despite the terrible cover and a rather idiotic blurb I knew it would be a fine bookNo review of Ferrante s book is complete without a mention of how no one knows who Ferrante is or even if she exists as an individual woman at all Personally I find this whole mystery of little interest as I share her view that all that the author wants to say she should say in the book and there is no need for the entire marketing circusFerrante s Naples novels have been compared to Knausgaard s magnum opus because both authors can be characterised by their hyperreal scrutiny which seemingly can only be achieved in autobiographical novels The autobiographical component is official in case of Knausgaard and alleged in Ferrante s Additionally Knausgaard has happily joined the marketing circus which is why I find Ferrante s presumed exhibitionism a lot palatable These books defiantly ignore all creative writing advice and cheerfully tell and not show abandon all sensible plot structure and introduce as many characters as they feel like not really caring whether that whole cast is in any way necessary Neither do they have time for stylistic flourishes Ferrante s prose is bare the language takes a back seat and is nothing than a tool to the narrative that is pushed forward by its own urgency What we are left with though is so vivid and authentic that no carefully polished novel could compete with it This is great news Rejoice people because in the age when it is possible to get a DEGREE in novel writing without having to write anything of significance comes a book which just doesn t give a shit and still manages to steal the hearts of thousands I don t suppose I have to explain what this book is about because you have other reviews for that But in short it s about the intense friendship and rivalry between two girls growing up in the impoverished outskirts of Naples You might argue it s a book about female experience and to an extent it certainly is but judging by how much men love this book I d say it s rather universal But then I generally feel female experience once stripped of all telling signs could be pretty universal because you know women are people too Anyway to me this book was about class than gender That constant anger violence the let s get them before they get us feel permeates the novel And the moral if My Brilliant Friend has a moral at all is that you can take a girl out of the Naples slums but you can t take the Naples slums out of the girl Make no mistake though This is by no means an emotionally manipulative misery memoir This is a story of childhood that simply doesn t know it s underprivileged Croatie 9ed (Guide de voyage) let me clarify it was a One Day At A Time literary agency so such things were totally commonplace So despite the terrible cover and a rather idiotic blurb I knew it would be a fine bookNo review of Ferrante s book is complete without a mention of how no one knows who Ferrante is or even if she exists as an individual woman at all Personally I find this whole mystery of 41 Closets little interest as I share her view that all that the author wants to say she should say in the book and there is no need for the entire marketing circusFerrante s Naples novels have been compared to Knausgaard s magnum opus because both authors can be characterised by their hyperreal scrutiny which seemingly can only be achieved in autobiographical novels The autobiographical component is official in case of Knausgaard and alleged in Ferrante s Additionally Knausgaard has happily joined the marketing circus which is why I find Ferrante s presumed exhibitionism a Red Riding Hood lot palatable These books defiantly ignore all creative writing advice and cheerfully tell and not show abandon all sensible plot structure and introduce as many characters as they feel Irreparable Damage Irreparable #1 like not really caring whether that whole cast is in any way necessary Neither do they have time for stylistic flourishes Ferrante s prose is bare the Weathering language takes a back seat and is nothing than a tool to the narrative that is pushed forward by its own urgency What we are Primal Hunger Guardians #3 love this book I d say it s rather universal But then I generally feel female experience once stripped of all telling signs could be pretty universal because you know women are people too Anyway to me this book was about class than gender That constant anger violence the The Earl on the Train let s get them before they get us feel permeates the novel And the moral if My Brilliant Friend has a moral at all is that you can take a girl out of the Naples slums but you can t take the Naples slums out of the girl Make no mistake though This is by no means an emotionally manipulative misery memoir This is a story of childhood that simply doesn t know it s underprivileged

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READ & DOWNLOAD L'amica geniale REVIEW ↠ L'amica geniale Elena Ferrante ´ 1 REVIEW These two women Ferrante tells the story of a neighbourhood a city and a country as it is transformed in ways that in turn also transform the relationship between her two protagonist. 45 starsIf I were to describe Elena Ferrante s My Brilliant Friend in one word it would be mythic The minutiae of Elena and Lila s lives into which Ferrante dives takes on these mythic proportions pulling the reader along on a tense and frightful story But at first glance the story is anything but tense and frightful It s a story of female friendship between two lower class girls in Naples following WWII Ferrante with precision and passion recounts the lives of these girls as anything less than ideal There s an underlying push and pull to their friendship that goes against the expected narrative of girlhood It s compelling and constantly teetering on the edge of disaster again bringing back this theme of myth and how each detail lends itself to something greater something disastrous We learn as the characters learn Ferrante excels at establishing a tone fit to the story When Elena our narrator is unsure we are unsure When she s jealous we re jealous She s spiteful at times and compassionate at others It all builds upon itself to create a vivid atmosphere that is only enhanced by the gritty Neapolitan setting I wasn t convinced by the first half of the book But the second part really sold me And I think that if I were to go back now and re read the beginning I d be much comfortable with the characters the setting and the narrative structure It s disconcerting and disorienting at first getting thrown into a world with so many characters and so little hand holding But I appreciate Ferrante s confidence in the reader She gives you than you might handle but once you get a grip on it it s incredibly satisfying I m intrigued to see where the story goes so much so that I ordered the next book in the series immediately after finishing this one I only expect the books to get better and better and based on what Ferrante s proved with this one I m sure I won t be disappointedFirst read January 14 23 2016Second read December 23 26 2016Third read October 3 7 2018 Keepsake Stories Keepsake Stories Rapunzel lives into which Ferrante dives takes on these mythic proportions pulling the reader along on a tense and frightful story But at first glance the story is anything but tense and frightful It s a story of female friendship between two Photographic Atlas of Entomology and Guide to Insect Identification lower class girls in Naples following WWII Ferrante with precision and passion recounts the Teach Me Gems Gents #1 less than ideal There s an underlying push and pull to their friendship that goes against the expected narrative of girlhood It s compelling and constantly teetering on the edge of disaster again bringing back this theme of myth and how each detail Blameless in Abaddon lends itself to something greater something disastrous We Croatie 9ed (Guide de voyage) learn as the characters One Day At A Time learn Ferrante excels at establishing a tone fit to the story When Elena our narrator is unsure we are unsure When she s jealous we re jealous She s spiteful at times and compassionate at others It all builds upon itself to create a vivid atmosphere that is only enhanced by the gritty Neapolitan setting I wasn t convinced by the first half of the book But the second part really sold me And I think that if I were to go back now and re read the beginning I d be much comfortable with the characters the setting and the narrative structure It s disconcerting and disorienting at first getting thrown into a world with so many characters and so 41 Closets little hand holding But I appreciate Ferrante s confidence in the reader She gives you than you might handle but once you get a grip on it it s incredibly satisfying I m intrigued to see where the story goes so much so that I ordered the next book in the series immediately after finishing this one I only expect the books to get better and better and based on what Ferrante s proved with this one I m sure I won t be disappointedFirst read January 14 23 2016Second read December 23 26 2016Third read October 3 7 2018

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READ & DOWNLOAD L'amica geniale REVIEW ↠ L'amica geniale Elena Ferrante ´ 1 REVIEW Style lends itself perfectly to a meticulous portrait of these two women that is also the story of a nation and a touching meditation on the nature of friendship Through the lives of. type edit delete undo delete type edit deletedeep breathstart againtype edit deletemake a coffeetype edit deletepour a drinktype edit deletedesperation sets in The dog ate my review Why why why can t I find any words to say about this bookThe problem is I don t know what I feel about it In fact the book has left me without any feelings good or bad It has left me blank I m not used to feeling blank after readingI read Ferrante s The Days of Abandonment last year and I was excited while reading I felt every line of it intensely I was so stimulated by the writing the words and the dramatic tone seemed to match the episodes of the narrative uite perfectly that I started writing the review even before I d finished reading the book With this one I skimmed I nodded off I left it down often and only reluctantly picked it up again I finally finished it on a flight after I d deliberately not carried any other reading material with me In my desperation to find something to say about the book I even thought about rereading it Photographic Atlas of Entomology and Guide to Insect Identification lends itself perfectly to a meticulous portrait of these two women that is also the story of a nation and a touching meditation on the nature of friendship Through the Teach Me Gems Gents #1 left me without any feelings good or bad It has Blameless in Abaddon left me blank I m not used to feeling blank after readingI read Ferrante s The Days of Abandonment Croatie 9ed (Guide de voyage) last year and I was excited while reading I felt every One Day At A Time line of it intensely I was so stimulated by the writing the words and the dramatic tone seemed to match the episodes of the narrative uite perfectly that I started writing the review even before I d finished reading the book With this one I skimmed I nodded off I 41 Closets left it down often and only reluctantly picked it up again I finally finished it on a flight after I d deliberately not carried any other reading material with me In my desperation to find something to say about the book I even thought about rereading it