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Elena Ferrante’s Identity Revealed? This Italian Newspaper Thinks It Has the Answer.

Since the publication of My Brilliant Friend, the first of the Neapolitan Novels released by the pseudonymous author Elena Ferrante, readers have enjoyed speculating about the writer’s real identity nearly as much as they enjoy her books. Now one Italian newspaper thinks they’ve cracked the code. Milan’s Corriere Della Sera has just published an article in their books section La Lettura by writer and professor Marco Santagata, in which he claims to reveal the true identity of the mysterious author.
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