Ferret’s works have been widely appropriated by feminists, and in her Neapolitan Novels Ferrante even mentions that she considered herself a feminist; however, the experiences and interactions of her characters seem to suggest a different, more subtle interpretation of the female experience.
What is the more subtle interpretation? – Tatijana6 years ago
I recently discovered Elena Ferrante (much later than others) and went to search Artiface to see if anyone on here has written about her work....yours is the only mention! If you're still here I would love to read more about this topic from someone. – DrBax1 year ago
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