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The Story of the Lost Child and a posthumous collection of the great Brazilian author’s short stories among 10 finalists
— The Guardian, Apr 20 2016
With quiet understatement, Bronsky offers us a glimpse of life in the radioactive abyss.
— Kirkus Review, Apr 18 2016
13 April 2016 The Man Booker International Prize has revealed the shortlist of six books in contention for the 2016 Prize, celebrating the finest in global fiction. Each shortlisted author and translator will receive £1,000, while the £50,000 prize will be divided equally...
— The Man Booker Prize, Apr 14 2016
Reclusive Italian writer Elena Ferrante and Nobel Laureate Orhan Pamuk have been named on the six-strong Man Booker International Prize shortlist. Three titles from independent publishers feature on the list: Ferrante's The Story of The Lost Child, the final novel in her...
— The Bookseller, Apr 14 2016
The pseudonymous Italian author of the bestselling Neapolitan Novels has reached the shortlist of the 2016 Man Booker International Prize, which celebrates global fiction in English translation. Elena Ferrante, whose statement that "books, once they are written, have no...
— The Telegraph, Apr 14 2016
Turkish Nobel-winner Orhan Pamuk will compete with pseudonymous Italian Elena Ferrante and Chinese dissident Yan Lianke for prize honouring fiction in translation
— The Guardian, Apr 14 2016
THE STORY OF THE LOST CHILD has won the Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) GOLD MEDAL in Literary Fiction.