Days of Abandonment


The Days of Abandonment is a 2002 Italian novel by Elena Ferrante first published in English in 2005, translated by Ann Goldstein and published by Europa Editions.[1] The novel tells the story of an Italian woman living in Turin whose husband abruptly leaves her after fifteen years together.

The novel was adapted into the film I giorni dell'abbandono in 2005 directed by Roberto Faenza.[2]

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