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It seems you can, in fact, imagine the lives of people unlike yourself.
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Leave Elena Ferrante Alone

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At long last, the identity of Italian novelist Elena Ferrante — bestselling pseudonymous author of the Neapolitan Novels — seems to be confirmed. And yet, we don’t know much more than we did the day before. A mystery is solved, but ...

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