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Call Me by Your Name is a gay fiction and romance novel, a part of the Call Me By Your Name series. It is the first book of that series. André Aciman is the author of this series. This book is about a blossoming relationship between a curious American-Italian Jewish boy named Elio Perlman and an American Jewish scholar named Oliver.
It is set in 1980s Italy. The novel chronicles their romance in the summer and the 20 years that follow it. It won the 20th Lambda Literary Award for Gay Fiction. It appeared in major publications like Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, The Seattle Times, and Publishers Weekly.
André is a distinguished author of several novels. He was the Visiting Distinguished Writer at Wesleyan University. He also received a Whiting Award in 1995. His work has appeared countless times in The New Yorker, The New York Times, The New York Review of Books, The Paris Review, and among other major publications. Eight White Nights is considered to be his best novel. Besides that, you can check out The Gentleman from Peru.
If you’re familiar with Armie Hammer, you know what a capable actor he is. He has a soothing and melodic voice that overshadows the rest of the novel.
It is the story of a powerful romance that blooms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at the Cliffside mansion of his parents on the Italian Riviera. They verge towards the one thing which won’t appear again – total intimacy.
Aciman and Hammer make a good team. They each complement the craft of the other. Their efforts result in one of the most beautiful books of the genre. It is a poetic book of love, romance, passion, and desires.