The Lost Daughter - Chapter 10 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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As Leda awakens from her nap on the beach, she becomes aware that something is happening around her. She immediately spots Nina and senses that something is wrong: she sees Nina moving from one umbrella to the next, talking to people with an alarmed appearance. Suddenly all of the members of the Neapolitan family are up walking around, searching and calling out for Elena, using all her various nicknames. Leda realizes quickly that Elena must be lost.

Her thoughts go back to her childhood, when her mother told her she was always getting lost. Leda does not recall those times; instead, she remembers the constant anxiety of losing her mother and not being able to find her. She then remembers a time when she lost Bianca on the beach, when Bianca was very young, and the panic she felt when she could not find...

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