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In wake of Elena Ferrante's unmasking, 'Frantumaglia' is filled with the author's deep desire to remain unknown

What does a successful female artist owe the world? An Italian journalist by the name of Claudio Gatti made the decision for Elena Ferrante in a piece published Sunday in the New York Review of Books and three European publications, citing financial documents to expose the identity of the internationally...
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