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Ariel Levy, author, finds power in Elena Ferrante


“ I HAVE always been desperate for more stories with female protagonists who tell us about the internal experience of being a woman. We have plenty of books with complicated male protagonists, and most women I know grew up inding a way to identify with them. If you read Greek mythology, who’s more interesting, Odysseus or the wife who’s waiting for him? Women have a lot of experience projecting ourselves onto male protagonists, and it’s such a thrill when we get really ine literature about a female character.

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