The Story of the Lost Child is the dazzling finale in the saga of two women: the spirited, bookish Elena and the fiery Lila. Their tumultuous friendship, formed when they were children in Naples, has always been at the heart of their lives. Elena, now a published writer, is married with three daughters. She has come back to Naples to be with the man she has always loved. Lila is a successful entrepreneur and a mother, too, but has never managed to escape the stifling neighbourhood where she grew up.
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The story of the lost child / by Elena Ferrante ; translated from the Italian by Ann Goldstein.
Melbourne, Vic. The Text Publishing Company, 2015.
473 pages ; 24 cm.
(Neapolitan novels ; 4)
Originally published in Italian: [Rome, Italy] : Edizioni E/O, 2014.
Translated from the Italian.
Italy--Social life and customs--1945- --Fiction.
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Goldstein, Ann, 1949-,
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