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So, Is Elena Ferrante’s New Book A Memoir – Or More Fiction?

“According to Michael Reynolds, Europa’s editor in chief, the subject heading is listed in the book’s metadata as ‘essays,’ under the broad category ‘literature and fiction.’ That listing won’t change, he said.”
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