Angie Glaser's Reviews > The Story of the Lost Child
The Story of the Lost Child (The Neapolitan Novels, #4)
Angie Glaser's review
Nov 08, 2015
I am blown away by Elena Ferrante's skill as a writer. The Neapolitan novels are some of the most honest and moving pieces of fiction I have read in years. These novels are about many things: friendship, loss, childhood, daughters, violence, politics, writing, reading, love, feminism, mothers, sex, education, Italy. Through the experiences of two Italian women, Elena Ferrante beautifully captures the complexity of human relationships and all of the suffering and joy they bring.
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