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|Location||Call Number||Branch||Item Status|
|Downtown 2nd Floor||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Downtown Library||On Shelf|
|Downtown 2nd Floor||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Downtown Library||Due 04-19-2019|
|Traverwood Adult||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Traverwood Branch||Due 02-21-2019|
|Malletts Adult||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Malletts Creek Branch||Due 04-17-2019|
|Downtown 2nd Floor||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Downtown Library||Due 04-18-2019|
|Pittsfield Adult||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Pittsfield Branch||On Shelf|
|Westgate Adult Books||Adult Book / Fiction / General / Aciman, Andre||Westgate Branch||Due 04-01-2019|
|Malletts Adult||Fiction / Aciman, Andre||Malletts Creek Branch||Due 04-15-2019|
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True beauty submitted by carcarcar on August 3, 2011, 8:19pm Truly a beautiful book, I was required to read it for a Sex,Gender, Sexuality course I took and it made me examine what I want in a romantic, intimate relationship. Absolutely breathtaking insight into the lives of two men struggling to love each other.
Summer loving submitted by Peter Kooger on June 22, 2017, 8:13am This book is a fantastic summer beach read. Aciman perfectly captures the hot, sunny, langorous feel of a lazy summer day in Italy. He contrasts this with the constant tension of Elio's inner monologue. The effect is that you can really feel the dissonance between the public face that Elio puts on and his raw inner emotions. I loved the book.
Existence, love, loss submitted by ferielp on August 17, 2018, 12:33pm The rich landscape he creates feels warm and close and tangible. The love story feels so intense and immediate, being told from a teen's point of view as he discovers his sexuality and tries to develop a personal philosophy to explain himself to himself. It feels real, captured in a way that narrows the distance between the characters and the reader.