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“Full of fascinating characters, tersely brought to life in a prose style that is (thanks to Howard Curtis’ shrewd translation) traditionally dark and completely original.”—The Chicago Tribune This first installment in the legendary Marseilles Trilogy sees Fabio Montale...
— Culthurethèque, May 25 2016
Among other things, I am a book reviewer. In other words, I spoil books for a living. I’ve been thinking about this aspect of writing – or otherwise communicating – about books recently, prompted by my reading of a novel, Sergio Y., by Alexandre Vidal Porto. I had been...
— Tiny Camels / Jonathan Gibbs, May 22 2016
The ungovernable city known as Gomorrah has experienced a ‘riscatto’ – redemption – thanks to the popularity of Ferrante’s Neapolitan novels
— The Irish Times, May 22 2016
If you have to read one book that speaks of love, longing, desire and books all at the same time – almost culminating to an obsession, then you must read, “Mayumi and the Sea of Happiness”.
— The Hungry Reader, May 19 2016
The following is an excerpt from an e-mail correspondence, which took place last year, between the Italian novelists Elena Ferrante and Nicola Lagioia, whose English-language début, “Ferocity,” will be published in the spring of 2017, by Europa Editions. The full correspondence...
— The New Yorker, May 19 2016
— Echoes of an empty mind, May 17 2016
The sharp, acerbic voice of the narrator (who shares the same name as the author) frames her Parisian world through her love for champagne and desire to find a companion with whom to drink it. The relationship she forms with Petronille not only induces humorous scenes and reflections,...
— World Literature Today, May 17 2016
It is Hachtoudi’s ability to engage with her characters, the roles they are assigned by history, and how much power they have to reject them that makes this a gripping examination of totalitarianism’s perpetrators and victims.