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Books of The Times: Review: Elena Ferrante Wants Privacy. Her New Book Implies Otherwise.

In “Frantumaglia,” a collection of essays, letters and interviews, she undermines her declaration that her work is “self-sufficient” and that she should be anonymous.
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