The Lost Daughter - Chapter 13 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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Back at her apartment after dinner with Gino, Leda thinks about the information she had gleaned from Gino about the Neapolitan family. She is better able now to understand who is who and knows a few more names. She says, "It was like discussing a film that one has watched without fully understanding the relationship between the characters" (56) but now she has a better sense of the family. Among the pieces of information she has learned is that Nina's husband is named Toni and Gino hates him.

In the apartment, Leda spots Nani, the doll, lying on the couch where she had left her. She thinks about the frantic search for the doll on the beach, undertaken by so many people. Leaving the doll where she is, Leda gets herself ready for bed.

It occurs to Leda that Gino is attracted to Nina, and...

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