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Elena Ferrante’s “Unmasking” Wasn’t the End of the World

This article originally appeared in the Cut. Elena Ferrante is no longer just Elena Ferrante. Now, as we learned over the weekend on the New York Review of Books’ website, she is probably also Anita Raja, a translator and German-born daughter of Holocaust survivors who’s lived most of her life in Rome. This revelation, the work of Claudio Gatti—an Italian investigative reporter who use
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