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Once Upon an Eid hWho steals a doll on a beach is both captivating andeartbreaking In typical Ferrante fashion the narration wanders between the primary narrative of the protagonist s seaside vacation and Ten Doors Down her memories ofer now moved away daughters It is a poig This is signature Elena Ferrante there is no mistaking er writing She captures the torment of motherhood beautifully The internal conflict of remaining an individual woman versus the constraints #of motherhood The regrets and remorse that constantly weigh a woman down that juxtaposition really defines er books This novel #motherhood The regrets and remorse that constantly weigh a woman down that juxtaposition really defines er books This novel weird in a good way The conflicted nature of the main character suffering what I believe to be classic empty nest syndrome tinged with terrible regrets she encounters a family she becomes slightly obsessed with while olidaying alone this obsession makes er act in some strange and objectionable ways It s weird and wonderful in true Ferrante style A truly intriguing read Ewww This is certainly not a 4 star for enjoyment but in writing ability and emotive core character layered nearly a 5 Elena Ferrante is absolutely able to conceptualize feel display and express dichotomy of wantrepulse lovehate scattered self identity and in other general minutia the "Italian culture s brand of personality disordered woman This one is vilely unlikable She was to me She "culture s brand of personality disordered woman This one is vilely unlikable She was to me She describes as the unnatural Mother It s a state of urt from both generational directions ROMANCE here in full detail of aftermath Harsh loud and blunt Honestly I would only rec this book if youave igh interest in extremely unhappy women within the classic dichotomies of psychological self identity dislike coupled With Perpetual Dissatisfaction In Life perpetual dissatisfaction in life particularly their role fulfillment Not just in Motherhood either As excellent a writer as Elena Ferrante is and she IS genius she tends to write the same type of woman over and over again Basically that woman and they are various ages spiteful vengeful and trouble seeking apt to cheat and intimidate arising from their own dissatisfaction of both mood and insecurities in work and role Southern Italian culture and the extended familial patterns of male patriarchy with matriarchal role ideals for intense and long patterned nurturing those are often the stage for er unhappy women It s what she knows and she can slice the layers to single cell thinness This one was a short novella length that exposed this woman s soul what she believes about Eyes off the Prize The United Nations and the African American Struggle for Human Rights 19441955 herself ander general self defeating uite automatic to me response It s one that assuredly earns Rescued by Tordin (Olodian Alien Warrior, her separation and freedom But the freedom tastes like water fromer own solitary poisoned well. Az Leda se lembrar de si mesma uando jovem e cheia de expectativas A aproximação das duas no entanto desencadeia em Leda uma enxurrada de lembranças da própria vida e de segredos ue ela nunca conseguiu revelar a ninguémNo estilo inconfundível ue a tornou conhecida no mundo todo Elena Ferrante parte de elementos simples para construir uma narrativa poderosa sobre a maternidade e as conseuências ue a família pode ter na vida de diferentes gerações de mulher. .

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La figlia oscuraIt s been awhile since I read and obsessively enjoyed Elena Ferrante s Neapolitan series especially loved book 2 and 3I went into this book completely blind It s a thin slim thick thought provoking novella I was immediately pulled in from the get go with these words When my daughters moved to Toronto where their father ad lived and worked for years I was embarrassed and amazed to discover that I wasn t upset rather I felt light as if only then ad I and amazed to discover that I wasn t upset rather I felt light as if only then ad I brought them into the world For the first time in almost twenty five years I was not aware of the anxiety of Charmed Particles having to take care of them Theouse was neat as if no one lived there I no longer Running with the Kenyans had the constant bother of shopping and doing laundry the The Lost Daughter by Elena Ferrante was out bookclub end of season read In this Novella The narrator a forty seven year old divorc e summering alone on the Ionian coast becomes obsessed with a beautiful young mother who seems ill at ease wither Perdido Street Station husband s rowdy slightly menacing Neapolitan clan When this woman s daughter loseser doll the older woman commits a small crime that she can t explain even to erself I ave to #admit I totally struggled with the characters and the plot of this novel I could #I totally struggled with the characters and the plot of this novel I could identify with Leda or any of Duty her ideas on motherhood I found the novel bizarre and while the writing in places was strong the plot and the characters were just too bizarre for my likingIt didn t generate the discussion as a group wead oped forThe book as received great reviews online and once again I am in the minority in my dislike of this one This novella starts off reminding me in terms of the setting only very much of the longish story The Beach in Cesare Pavese s The Selected Works translated by RW Flint As in the Neapolitan novels Ferrante again shows in arrowing detail the absolute Works translated by RW Flint As in the Neapolitan novels Ferrante again shows in arrowing detail the absolute of child rearing The annoyances the resentments the atreds to and from both parent and child It s like a trap for all involved a prison It seems the Italians don t go in much for psychoanalysis at least not the characters in Ferrante s books But Ferrante knows er characters minds and the truly bizarre scenes they produce The narrator saysFor a while I made no distinctions between p As all of Ferrante s novels do The Lost Daughter looks intimately at the complicated nature of motherhood and femininity Leda a 47 year old divorcee is on vacation after The Princes Scandalous Wedding Vow her two daughters now adults move to live with their father in Canada She spendser summer by the beach where she meets Nina a young mother and Thru Hiking Will Break Your Heart her daughter Lenuccia who is obsessed wither doll that eventually goes missing Leda s interactions. As coisas mais difíceis de falar são as ue nós mesmos não conseguimos entender Com essa afirmação ao mesmo tempo simples e desconcertante Elena Ferrante logo alerta os leitores preparem se pois verdades dolorosas estão prestes a ser reveladasLançado originalmente em 2006 e ainda inédito no Brasil o terceiro romance da autora ue se consagrou por sua série napolitana acompanha os sentimentos conflitantes de uma professora universitária de meia idade Leda ,

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With this Neapolitan family gets Women's Liberation and the African Freedom Struggle her tied up in something bigger thanerself and also forces Telecommunications Network Design Algorithms her to confronter role as mother and the choices she s made in the past It s a tightly written novel expertly crafted but lacks the insight and power that Ferrante s other novels The Power of the Internet in China have Overall an interesting read but not one that will blow you away Troubling Love The Days of Abandonment The Lost Daughter Throw these titles up in the air and whichever lands on whichever book it would fit Not the covers though each is uniuely apt Ferrante s first person female narrators could almost be the same woman at different stages of life except for the three being too close in age and possessing different voices They are creative women with similar Neapolitan mothers though with different family ties single childless Delia a cartoonist whose job is barely spoken of comes from an abusiveome writer Olga deserted by er usband as two young children and ere it s a slightly older Leda a divorced English literature professor with two adult daughtersMaybe I m getting used to Ferrante or likely it s Leda s dispassionate tone because I didn t find this one as unsettling as the previous two though its themes especially the one at its core are arguably even provocative I admired the novel s circularity #and its repetition of lost daughters including a reference to a story called Olivia if I m correct in #its repetition of lost
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including a to a story called Olivia if I m correct in it s the Italian folktale that Italo Calvino collected under the title of Olive This is going to sound strange I loved this book but I didn t enjoy it The story involves a mother of grown daughters who is dealing with Caveman Alien's Trap Caveman Aliens her own ambivalence at what she gave up to assume that role The author manages to take the flicker of lost independence that every mother feels and magnify it and state it in a brutal and unflinching way Iated the narrator but I couldn t look away After four read books I can conclude that I experience an unconditional devotion to Ferrante s novels and emphatically place The New World Spanish/English, English/Spanish Dictionary (El New World Diccionario espaol/ingls, ingls/espaol) (Spanish and English Edition) her amongst my favorite authors I simply admire the frankness and the brutality ofer thoughts and celebrate eagerly the woman s manifest in each sentence Ferrante s struggle is to shatter the assumed especially in conservative societies image of the woman the mother the wife the Do Better housekeeper This is the similarity I find in each novel the endeavor to redeem past presumption for the sake of the womanhood Elena Ferrante possesses one of the most elegant and precise literary styles Iave encountered in contemporary literature I loved this short novel from the ever incredible Elena Ferrante The twisted story of the protagonist. E aliviada depois de as filhas já crescidas se mudarem para o Canadá com o pai decide tirar férias no litoral sul da Itália Logo nos primeiros dias na praia ela volta toda a sua atenção para uma ruidosa família de napolitanos em especial para Nina a jovem mãe de uma menininha chamada Elena ue sempre está acompanhada de sua boneca Cercada pelos parentes autoritários e imersa nos cuidados com a filha Nina parece perfeitamente à vontade no papel de mãe e