Aciman, André

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Aciman gifts readers with a beautiful 21st-century romance that reflects on the remembrance of things past and the courage to embrace the future. Highly recommended. [See Prepub Alert, 5/5/19.]

Enigma Variations

Aciman's (Tell Me Your Name) sophisticated and erudite novel is constructed of chapters that feel like interlocking stories. Despite the plot's sexual feints and infidelities, the tone is curiously humorless. [See Prepub Alert, 7/25/16.]

Harvard Square

Aciman probes the experience of immigrants and their dislocation and captures the youth and energy of his two main characters. He skillfully explores a side of Cambridge different from picturesque campus scenes and tourist highlights. [See Prepub Alert, 10/22/12.]


Author of evocative fiction (Eight White Nights) and genre-defining memoir (Out of Egypt), Aciman offers linked essays regarding time, place, and memory—particularly the memory evoked by the smell of lavender; not for nothing is he editor of The Proust Project...

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