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A Girl Returned

af Donatella Di Pietrantonio

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Winner of the Campiello Prize. A pitch-perfect rendering in English by Ann Goldstein, Elena Ferrante's translator. "I was theArminuta, the girl returned. I spoke another language, I no longer knew who I belonged to. The word 'mama' stuck in my throat like a toad. And, nowadays, I really have no idea what kind of place mother is. It is not mine in the way one might have good health, a safe place, certainty." Told with an immediacy and a rare expressive intensity that has earned it countless adoring readers and one of Italy's most prestigious literary prizes,A Girl Returned marks the English-language debut of an extraordinary literary talent. Set against the stark, beautiful landscape of Abruzzo in central Italy, this is a compelling story about mothers and daughters, about responsibility, siblings, and caregiving. Without warning or explanation, an unnamed 13-year-old girl is sent away from the family she has always thought of as hers to live with her birth family: a large, chaotic assortment of individuals whom she has never met and who seem anything but welcoming. Thus begins a new life, one of struggle, tension, and conflict, especially between the young girl and her mother. But in her relationship with Adriana and Vincenzo, two of her newly acquired siblings, she will find the strength to start again and to build a new and enduring sense of self.… (mere)
  1. 10
    Min geniale veninde : barndom, tidlig ungdom af Elena Ferrante (RidgewayGirl)
    RidgewayGirl: Both novels center around a girl living in a poor Italian community. Both share the same translator.
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Considerado um dos grandes romances da Itália, onde vendeu mais de 250 mil exemplares, com direitos negociados para mais de 25 países, e adaptações no teatro e no cinema, a autora Donatella Di Pietrantonio traz uma história sensível e emocionante. Aos 13 anos, uma garota é levada do lar abastado onde vive para uma casa estranha e com pessoas que dizem ser seus pais e irmãos. Na pequena cidade italiana todos conhecem sua história: ela é a criança que os pais naturais, pobres e de família numerosa, “deram” a um parente que não podia ter filhos e que este a devolveu quando a menina frequentava o ensino médio, não por maldade, mas porque a vida pode ser mais complexa do que imaginamos e nos força a fazer escolhas dolorosas. Ela era a devolvida. Sentia-se como uma estrangeira na nova casa e, desde então, a palavra “mãe” travara em sua garganta. Privada até de um adeus por aqueles que sempre acreditou serem seus pais, ela se vê incrédula ao enfrentar o sofrimento de ser abandonada novamente de forma repentina.
  BolideBooks | Jun 24, 2021 |
astoundingly good. empathetic, emotionally suspenseful, incredibly moving ( )
  boredgames | Apr 19, 2021 |
A beautiful novel about a 13 year old Italian girl who is suddenly returned to her much poorer birth family with no explanation. She is confused, grief-stricken and homesick for her former life all while adapting to a completely different life. I particularly recommend this to anyone who enjoyed Elena Ferrante's novels. ( )
  baruthcook | Aug 26, 2020 |
"La sola madre che non ho mai perduto è quella delle mie paure"
  ShanaPat | Jun 29, 2020 |
I just loved this short novel centers that on a thirteen-year-old girl who is abruptly sent away from the couple she had grown up believing were her parents and returned to the family of her birth parents. She's disoriented and this new family is not entirely welcoming. Her change in circumstances also means that her comfortable middle-class world is exchanged for that of a low income family with a lot of instability. She has three older brothers, only one of whom is kind to her, and a new younger sister, with whom she now shares a bed.

The translation for this novel is by Ann Goldstein, who also translated Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan quartet and so the similarities are more than just the shared setting of a poor Italian neighborhood, but this novel is less sweeping soap opera than it is a coming-of-age story where a girl finds herself unmoored and then discovers her own resilience.

This is the first of Di Pietrantonio's novels to be translated into English and I am eagerly awaiting more. ( )
1 stem RidgewayGirl | Mar 2, 2020 |
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This lacerating hurt – conveyed with powerful immediacy in this translation by Ann Goldstein, who also brought Elena Ferrante’s work into English – stings throughout the novel, but also becomes the impetus for resilience and self-determination.
tilføjet af Nickelini | RedigerThe Guardian, Emily Rhodes (Aug 17, 2019)
 
Clues are introduced with stinging details, like the citrus trace of the former mother’s perfume, lingering after a surreptitious visit. In Italy this novel was Di Pietrantonio’s third, and she has worked up impressive narrative craft. She knows just when and where to slip the pieces of her jigsaw into place — all while leaving emotional gaps, psychic wounds that can never heal. Now and again the story provides a flash-forward, allowing us to see the players’ adult destinies, and a couple of these contribute to the sense of a happy ending. Others, however, resonate with the pangs of a society badly split, as the now-grown narrator confronts her devastated notion of intimacy: “On the pillow every night the same knot of phantoms awaits me, the obscure terrors.”
tilføjet af Nickelini | RedigerWashington Post, John Domini (Jul 19, 2019)
 
A gripping, deeply moving coming-of-age novel; immensely readable, beautifully written, and highly recommended.
tilføjet af Nickelini | RedigerKirkus Reivews (May 12, 2019)
 
Het verhaal van Teruggeworpen is vrij recht toe recht aan. Een meisje wordt geboren in aan arm en kansloos gezin. Ze wordt daarom als baby bij een tante en oom onder gebracht die wel over geld, tijd en aandacht beschikken. Als ze 13 jaar oud is, wordt ze om voor haar onduidelijke redenen opeens teruggebracht in het gezin van haar echte ouders. Ze wordt in dit geconfronteerd met schrijnende armoede, een brute gewelddadige vader en een moeder die over geen enkele levensvreugde lijkt te beschikken…lees verder >
 

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Winner of the Campiello Prize. A pitch-perfect rendering in English by Ann Goldstein, Elena Ferrante's translator. "I was theArminuta, the girl returned. I spoke another language, I no longer knew who I belonged to. The word 'mama' stuck in my throat like a toad. And, nowadays, I really have no idea what kind of place mother is. It is not mine in the way one might have good health, a safe place, certainty." Told with an immediacy and a rare expressive intensity that has earned it countless adoring readers and one of Italy's most prestigious literary prizes,A Girl Returned marks the English-language debut of an extraordinary literary talent. Set against the stark, beautiful landscape of Abruzzo in central Italy, this is a compelling story about mothers and daughters, about responsibility, siblings, and caregiving. Without warning or explanation, an unnamed 13-year-old girl is sent away from the family she has always thought of as hers to live with her birth family: a large, chaotic assortment of individuals whom she has never met and who seem anything but welcoming. Thus begins a new life, one of struggle, tension, and conflict, especially between the young girl and her mother. But in her relationship with Adriana and Vincenzo, two of her newly acquired siblings, she will find the strength to start again and to build a new and enduring sense of self.

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