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Ferrante Furor

In case you missed it, this past weekend The New York Review of Books likely outed the author who’s been writing under the nom de plume of Elena Ferrante. Condemnation was fast and furious, including pieces by n+1, and this amazing tweetstorm by critic Lili Loofbourow. We join the chorus of voices who would rather direct the attention […] The post Ferrante Furor appeared first on The Millions.
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