The Lost Daughter (häftad)
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Europa Editions (UK) Ltd
Ann Goldstein
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The Lost Daughter

Häftad,  Italienska, 2021-11-25
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A NEW EDITION TO TIE IN WITH THE CRITICALLY ACCLAIMED FILM DIRECTED BY MAGGIE GYLLENHAAL, STARRING OLIVIA COLMAN, DAKOTA JOHNSON AND PAUL MESCAL From the international bestselling author of MY BRILLIANT FRIEND Leda is devoted to her work as an English teacher and to her two children. When her daughters leave home to be with their father in Canada, Leda anticipates a period of loneliness and longing. Instead, slightly embarrassed by the sensation, she feels liberated, as if her life has become lighter, easier. She decides to take a holiday by the sea, in a small coastal town in southern Italy. But after a few days of calm and quiet, things begin to take a menacing turn. Leda encounters a family whose brash presence proves unsettling, at times even threatening. When a small, apparently meaningless, event occurs, Leda is overwhelmed by memories of the difficult and unconventional choices she made as a mother and their consequences for herself and her family. The seemingly serene tale of a womans pleasant rediscovery of herself soon becomes the story of a ferocious confrontation with an unsettled past. The Lost Daughter is a compelling and perceptive meditation on womanhood and motherhood, exploring the conflicting emotions that tie us to our children. 18M copies of Elena Ferrante's books sold worldwide
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"Ferrante's novels are tactile and sensual, visceral and dizzying." * The Guardian * "Its Ledas voice thats hypnotic, and its the writing that makes it that way. Ferrante can do a womans interior dialogue like no one else, with a ferocity that is shockingly honest, unnervingly blunt" * Booklist * "Ferrante's gift for psychological horror renders it immediate and visceral" * The New Yorker * "Ferrante is a hypnotist." * The Spectator * "[Ferrante] describes the female experience so intimately and so vividly that the reader feels like she could (and should) know the writer personally." * New York Magazine * A raw, gritty and gripping meditation of the difficulties of motherhood. * The Observer * An absorbingly shaped psychological drama, built around a single traumatising event from which the action metastasises. * The Guardian * Subtly daring. * The Financial Times * Entirely gripping.. a literary film with a literary script. * The Spectator * Sadness is lanced through the heart of Gyllenhaals film, which she both adapted and directed, but its rich and luxurious in its texture. * The Independent * Adapted from Elena Ferrantes novel of the same name, The Lost Daughter is a heady exercise in restraint." * NME *

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Elena Ferrante is the author of The Days of Abandonment (Europa, 2005), Troubling Love (Europa, 2006), The Lost Daughter (Europa, 2008), and the four novels known as the Neapolitan Quartet (My Brilliant Friend, The Story of a New Name, Those Who Leave and Those Who Stay, and The Story of the Lost Child) which were published by Europa Editions between 2012 and 2015. My Brilliant Friend, the HBO series directed by Saverio Costanzo, premiered in 2018. Ferrante is also the author of Frantumaglia: A Writers Journey (Europa, 2016), a childrens picture book illustrated by Mara Cerri, The Beach at Night (Europa, 2016), and a collection of personal essays illustrated by Andrea Ucini entitled Incidental Inventions (Europa, 2019). The Lost Daughter will be made into a feature film directed by Maggie Gyllenhaal and starring Olivia Colman. Her most recent novel is The Lying Life of Adults (Europa, 2020). Ann Goldstein is one of the most accomplished translators from the Italian working today. Best known for her translations of Elena Ferrantes oeuvre, she has also translated novels by Primo Levi, Pierpaolo Pasolini, Alessandro Baricco and other classic and contemporary Italian writers.