Troubling Love - Chapter 21 - 22 Summary & Analysis

Elena Ferrante
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In Chapter 21, Delia entered her father’s apartment while he was working on a painting. Her father didn’t recognize her until she told him her name. They began talking about Amalia. Delia accosted her father for not going to Amalia’s funeral, but then admitted that she would not go to her father’s funeral. Her father said that was because she would die before him and then he punched her. He began insulting and cursing Delia, calling her a whore like Amalia. He admitted that when he visited Amalia in her apartment he had wanted to kill her for living happily in her old age, while he was all alone. He told Delia that he had followed Amalia and Caserta around for weeks when they went on dates. Delia’s father wanted Amalia to live with him again and thought he...

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