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In the Margins. On the Pleasures of Reading and Writing

ISBN: 9781787704169
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Reflections on reading and writing from the author of My Brilliant Friend
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"Elena Ferrante has established herself as the foremost writer in Italy - and the world."-The Sunday Times


A delightful collection of essays exploring reading and writing from the internationally acclaimed author of My Brilliant Friend and The Lying Life of Adults.


Ferrante's writing has been described as compulsive (The Times) and astonishing (Guardian), her novels have sold millions and been translated into many languages as well as adapted for TV internationally. In the Margins contains her latest reflections on literature, and the works and authors that have influenced her throughout her career.

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"Elena Ferrante has established herself as the foremost writer in Italy - and the world."-The Sunday Times


A delightful collection of essays exploring reading and writing from the internationally acclaimed author of My Brilliant Friend and The Lying Life of Adults.


Ferrante's writing has been described as compulsive (The Times) and astonishing (Guardian), her novels have sold millions and been translated into many languages as well as adapted for TV internationally. In the Margins contains her latest reflections on literature, and the works and authors that have influenced her throughout her career.

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