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Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan Novels Are Being Adapted as Play

Elena Ferrante, a real live person who very clearly (as she used a pen name, refused to talk to journalists in person, and mentioned that if she was ever discovered, she might cease writing) did not want her real live identity revealed, has, beyond whatever her much disputed (and disputed over whether it should be disputed) […]
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