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The Neapolitan Novels is a 4-part series by the Italian novelist Elena Ferrante, translated by Ann Goldstein and published by Europa Editions (New York). They include the texts: My Brilliant Friend (2012), The Story of a New Name (2013), Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay (2014), and The Story of the Lost Child (2015). The series has been characterized as a bildungsroman, or coming-of-age story. In an interview for the Harper's Magazine, Elena Ferrante stated that she considers the four books to be ""a single novel", published serially for reasons of length and duration. L'amica geniale è una serie di quattro romanzi dell'autrice italiana Elena Ferrante. La serie è composta da L'amica geniale (2011), Storia del nuovo cognome (2012), Storia di chi fugge e di chi resta (2013) e da Storia della bambina perduta (2014). Tutti i romanzi sono stati pubblicati in Italia da edizioni e/o. La serie è stata categorizzata come romanzo di formazione (Bildungsroman) o come romanzo di maturità; l'autrice stessa, in un'intervista rilasciata a Harper's Magazine, afferma di concepire la serie come un unico romanzo, pubblicato in maniera seriale per ragioni di lunghezza e durata dell'opera complessiva.
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L'amica geniale è una serie di quattro romanzi dell'autrice italiana Elena Ferrante. La serie è composta da L'amica geniale (2011), Storia del nuovo cognome (2012), Storia di chi fugge e di chi resta (2013) e da Storia della bambina perduta (2014). Tutti i romanzi sono stati pubblicati in Italia da edizioni e/o. La serie è stata categorizzata come romanzo di formazione (Bildungsroman) o come romanzo di maturità; l'autrice stessa, in un'intervista rilasciata a Harper's Magazine, afferma di concepire la serie come un unico romanzo, pubblicato in maniera seriale per ragioni di lunghezza e durata dell'opera complessiva. The Neapolitan Novels is a 4-part series by the Italian novelist Elena Ferrante, translated by Ann Goldstein and published by Europa Editions (New York). They include the texts: My Brilliant Friend (2012), The Story of a New Name (2013), Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay (2014), and The Story of the Lost Child (2015). The series has been characterized as a bildungsroman, or coming-of-age story. In an interview for the Harper's Magazine, Elena Ferrante stated that she considers the four books to be ""a single novel", published serially for reasons of length and duration. The series follows the lives of two perceptive and intelligent girls, Elena (sometimes called “Lenù”) Greco and Raffaella (“Lila”) Cerullo, from childhood to adulthood as they try to create lives for themselves amidst the violent and stultifying culture of their home– a poor neighborhood on the outskirts of Naples, Italy. The novels are narrated by Elena Greco. It has been reported that a 32-part television series ‘’The Neapolitan Novels’’ is in the works and will be co-produced by the Italian producer Wildside for Fandango Productions, with screenwriting led by the writer Francesco Piccolo.
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