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Two cultures of women&rsquo;s writing rarely mix: the lofty abstractions of Virginia Woolf and the vulgar, popular approach of <em>Cosmopolitan</em>. Enter <strong>Elena Ferrante</strong>

Two cultures of women&amp;rsquo;s writing rarely mix: the lofty abstractions of Virginia Woolf and the vulgar, popular approach of Cosmopolitan. Enter Elena
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Two cultures of women’s writing rarely mix: the lofty abstractions of Virginia Woolf and the vulgar, popular approach of Cosmopolitan. Enter Elena Ferrante

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