Elena Ferrante is the author of seven novels, including four New York Times bestsellers; The Beach at Night, an illustrated book for children; and, Frantumaglia, a collection of letters, literary essays, and interviews. Her fiction has been translated into over forty languages and been shortlisted for the MAN Booker International Prize. In 2016 she was named one of TIME’s most influential people of the year and the New York Times has described her as “one of the great novelists of our time.” Ferrante was born in Naples.
Featured Article: Audiobooks to Get You Through a Breakup
The end of a relationship is one of the most emotionally devastating things a person can go through, whether it’s on mutual, amicable terms or not. It’s no secret why there are millions of songs, poems, and films about breakups—heartbreak, sadly, seems to be a shared human experience. But since it’s so universal, that means there’s no shortage of people to turn to for help and advice on how to weather the worst of it all. These listens offer help.