The Lost Daughter - Chapter 6 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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Still on the beach, Leda interacts with the Neapolitan family, and the encounter stirs in her anger and anxiety. It begins with the arrival of a man whom Leda deduces is Nina's husband and Elena's father. Upon his arrival, he seems serious and treats Nina and Elena in a proprietary manner. Much excitement amongst the family members accompanies his appearance on the beach, and he gives gifts to Elena and a straw hat to Nina. While he is still greeting his family, he points to a white motorboat passing by in the water, and as the boat stops nearby, out of it jump several people, apparently relatives of the Neapolitan family on the beach. This growing family group wishes to sit all together on the beach, but other beachgoers are sitting around them, so they begin to ask nearby people to move to other...

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