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‘If childhood is life’s great force, and the novel is our unflinching explorer of that force, then Elena Ferrante is the most piercingly astute novelist of childhood we currently have.’ The Sydney Morning Herald on Elena Ferrante’s My Brilliant Friend, the first book in the Neapolitan Series.

Book two, The Story of a New Name, is in bookshops now and book three, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, will be available from 24 September.

Why is it so hard to capture the writer’s life on film?

Breaking news, everybody, the novel is dead again, it seems. (Wake me up when the novel is leading the zombie apocalypse.)

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