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Was so mesmerizing the writing was so poetic and John Greeny at times but it suited it This kind of writing was needed otherwise the book wouldn t be as gripping as it was The ending absolutely and irrevocably annihilated my feelings This ending wasn t included in the movie it was something entirely new to me and I don t know how it will work with an alleged seuel I m hearing is at works but i m excited to know the outcome I truly hope we will all find love like this in our lives Their love moved me in many aspects and I wish love just like this exists in this world I want people and myself to feel this love to their bones and always feel oung because of it Anyway till the next one K BYE If I could have him like this in my dreams every night of my life I d stake my entire life on dreams and be done with the rest This book has been on my to read list for a few ears but now that the film is set to be released I believed it was time to get going and pick it up once and for all From what I had seen of the film that is shirtless Armie Hammer and not much else because I wanted to read the book before even watching the trailer and from what I had heard about the book I was up for a promising and exciting read Oh and a gay one tooTo be blunt I expected More emotion most of all Longing and sexual frustration dominated most of the novel but I was looking for dramatic heartbreak and high emotions Maybe a tear or two Maybe I didn t connect enough with Elio the main character Sometimes I even disliked him Then again I understood his aching and longing for a guy that seemed so very much out of reachWhat bothered me most was the highbrow narrative style the thousands upon thousands of cultural references to literature music and art I felt like someone had slapped me with a travelling guide and a Latin dictionary over and over again It seemed pretentious and took away my interest in the novelThe writing was beautiful at times and overwhelming at others Sentences were much too long and seemed never ending Pretentious againI can t decide if I want to give this two or three stars I might change the rating again later It s not that I disliked the novel on the contrary sometimes it was like a dream Italian food prepared by a personal cook strolling on the beach lazing around in the sun handsome and interesting people around night and day The openness with which Aciman wrote the gay sex scenes surprised me positively But especially towards the end it almost bored me for reasons that I already mentioned aboveHowever I have high hopes for the film adaption It has the chance to develop the feelings and the relationship between Elio and Oliver much better and to actually make me feel somethingFind of my books on Instagram Sufjan Stevens playing softly in the distance I ve put off writing this review for far too long because I m afraid I won t do the book justice I want to write a review that makes everyone drop what they re doing and start reading Call Me by Your Name immediatelyReading the other reviews I find a lot of polarization about Aciman s writing style which I loved Some people find him pretentious while others find his prose bordering on poetic I definitely fall in the latter categoryMost books are read for a good story and I understand that but other books like this one are read

"for the enjoyment "
the enjoyment language What I mean by that is that a great many of the sentences in this book can be read and enjoyed all on their own because they re so beautifully written Aciman has obviously labored over his phrasing to the point that I found myself often stopping to reread a sentence a few times and just luxuriate in the warm bath of wordsThe story itself is great because it really has the ring of truth The characters in this book are far from p He came He left Nothing else had changed I had not changed The world hadn t changed Yet nothing would be the same All that remains is dreammaking and strange remembrance I should probably issue a warning that this is a book I usually wouldn t like I think A summer romance up to its neck in purple prose and wandering introspection sounds like a nightmare And et there was something so beautiful awful intoxicating and sad about Call Me by Your Name Maybe I like it because and I hate to admit this there is a part of me that recognizes "something of myself within itEither ou have been this kind of person perhaps still are this kind of person or "of myself within itEither ou have been this kind of person perhaps still are this kind of person or have not are not and this book will seem overwritten and alien I unfortunately have experienced that deep all encompassing infatuation with another person I don t personally call it love not any Instead it s a feeling of overwhelming almost feverish obsession with their existence their body their laugh and everything they do or say I m not proud of it and I don t think it s healthy But I do think this book captures it in all its intensity and sadness Call Me by Your Name for me stands apart from other romances because it doesn t follow the usual formula of two people meet cliche flirtations and angst ensue and then finally they end up together It s not a spoiler to say this isn t that kind of story if Convaincre en moins de 2 minutes you re reading it for the warm fuzzies thenou re going to be disappointedIt is about seventeen Catwoman year old Elio who falls into a deep romantic and sexual obsession with the twenty fourear old Oliver when the latter becomes a summer guest at Elio s parents Italian villa If there was ever a perfect place to set a heady novel of this kind then it must be the cliffs of the Italian Riviera I can feel my cold heart melting just thinking about itWe stay inside Elio s mind as he fantasizes romantically and sexually about Oliver Aciman builds a novel based on innermost thoughts and the most painful of emotions It is sometimes almost too much and I wanted to look away as Elio feels like he can t get close enough feels like he wants to crawl inside Oliver s skin It s an intoxicatingly romantic intimate physical miserable experienceThere is one moment when Elio s wise father comforts him Right now there s sorrow I don t envy the pain But I envy ou the pain Which I thought was deeply sad though also perfect It might not be my usual choice of book but I think Call Me by Your Name is one that will stay with me Sometimes it is the exceptions to my rules that I find myself remembering the mostBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube. Corse in bici e passeggiate in paese E tra loro nasce un desiderio inesorabile uanto inatteso La scoperta di uei giorni estivi e sospesi in Riviera e di un’afosa notte romana è uella irripetibile di un’intimità totale assoluta Perché l’intensità la forza di uell’esperienza l’autenticità di uei sentimenti sono destinate a rimanere insuperat. ,
Sex acts however though there is that but the heat of an ever building single minded raw gutted longing and the pain of remembering it The heat is the agony of obsession when any solitary glance or casual exchange can be sharpened with two three ten edges of conflicting meaning I don t know that I ve ever read a book so relentlessly accurate in its detailing of each precise doubt and hope but mostly doubt that colors any interaction or lack of interaction with the object of one s desire These precise doubts are separated out and distilled purely and tightly and lucidly by Aciman He just does not let up This was the great surprise of CALL ME BY YOUR NAME for me As much as I thought I d want to throw this book down at times I almost missed my stop because it would not let me go How wonderful it is when ou find a forever bookWe re all Elio aren t we Shattering This book is a fucking axe to the heart But because my heart perhaps Aquarelle, la lumire de l'eau yours too was broken long ago no further damage can be done So perhaps the book s like a probees a very discomfiting probe making a fuller assessment of the wreckage The book is also a final report of the survey as such it reminds us of the universality of our suffering Finally one thinks here s someone who has not only plumbed the depths of heartbreak but who s taken excruciatingly detailed notes along the way revealing every nuance of the reuired self abasement The result is an astonishing catharsis for the reader This is what literature at its best can do Think Aeschylus s Oresteia but with an all mortal cast and without the choruses I speak here of the novel s sheer emotional powerFor most of the novel the narrative is the first person thoughts fantasies worries shames and fears of Elio in the summer of his 17th The Routledge Companion to Free Will year Theoung man is with his parents at their big comfortable summer house on the Italian Riviera It s the mid 1980s The boy s father is an academic and Oliver 24 is a oung American colleague exchanging some brief work as amanuensis for room and board while finishing his own manuscript But in the marvelous big hearted Italian sense Oliver even if for only the six weeks of his stay is very much a part of the family Women are alluring to Elio but they are not his predominant fascination this particular summer Description is thin at first almost transient and because the reader s not distracted by descriptive flights he or she never feels far from the anguish of Elio Life s first love is the theme and this iteration is so fresh so vivid and beautifully layered that it s not to be missed Among the best parts of the novel are those passages in which Elio before his intimacy with Oliver begins imagines what he might say to Oliver the multiple responses he might at any moment utter in Oliver s presence or imagined presence Elio s mind is racing with alternative scenarios Is this even what he wants He s not sure but he wants to find out Matters are thought out and after some new bit of action or information rethought and modified The techniue reminds me of Philip Roth s American Pastoral in which circumstances are similarly considered then reconsidered There is a mastery of tone here that constantly astonishes and bewilders Later in the novel when the description intensifies it s as if it has been saved for just these moments of lovemaking the confidential exchanges between the two in their subseuent walks and swims their farewell in Rome the devastating coda It is the frankness between the two oung men that to my mind constitutes "The Book S Magic That Something As "book s magic That something as as desire can be written about with such fluidity and integrity is near miraculous The wrenching depiction of Elio s new and utterly discomfiting passion consumes not only Him But Us As but us as In closing let me say that this book is likely to resound with those with some mileage on them real or metaphorical The prereuisite is suffering One can t imagine the novel s insights and wisdom working their wonders on anyone who hasn t at some time put everything on the line The end was simply excruciating Attirance Criminelle Tome 1 yet I couldn t stop reading Extremely powerful I will reread this one soon In terms of achievement I place Call Me By Your Name on the same shelf as Madame Bovary and Lolita andes very near Aeschylus too 45 Stars We rip out so much of ourselves to be cured of things faster than we should that we go bankrupt by the age of thirty and have less to offer each time we start with someone new But to feel nothing so as not to feel anything what a waste Phew What an intense book what an intense ending Hello people I hope Notes sur la mlodie des choses you remember this lass here I haven t written a single review in almost 6 months Which is the entire period of my internship the one that s almost ending now So I picked up reading again how fucking happy that makes meou have no idea So back to the chase Call Me by Your Name is the story of a sudden and powerful romance that blossoms between an adolescent boy and a summer guest at his parents cliff side mansion on the Italian Riviera Unprepared for the conseuences of their attraction at first each feigns indifference But during the restless summer weeks that follow unrelenting buried currents of obsession and fear fascination and desire intensify their passion as they test the charged ground between them What grows from the depths of their spirits is a romance of scarcely six weeks duration and an experience that marks them for a lifetime For what the two discover on the Riviera and during a sultry evening in Rome is the one thing both already fear they may never truly find again total intimacyMy experience with this story starts with the movie Yes I committed the dreadful sin of watching the movie before reading the book And Le druidisme au quotidien : Guide pratique et philosophique yes I m a bookworm FUCKING ARREST ME ALREADY BITCH But anyway I watched the movie fell in love bought the book with a 5 euro deal from Book Depository fell in love again You see this book has no plot I hate books which contain no plot and things just happen without a specific order or reason But this book worked because it entailed no plot This book conveys in us the raw and true and sinful emotions and feelings of Elio a very special and intricate character which at the age of 17 falls in love with a 24ear old man What is beautiful than this His emotions are so real that they take form we can smell them eat them feel them ourselves This book. N arrivo da New York per lavorare alla sua tesi di post dottorato Ma Oliver il giovane americano subito conuista tutti con la sua bellezza e i modi disinvolti uasi sfacciati Anche Elio ne è irretitoI due ragazzi condividono conversazioni appassionate su libri e film discussioni sulle loro comuni origini ebraiche e poi nuotate mattutine partite a tennis. 25 starsAs a gay man I feel happy seeing ueer intimacies receive acceptance and popularity as evidenced by this book s film adaptation this ear I appreciate the pulsating emotions of lust and desire in Call Me by Your Name even if my own first crushes did not manifest into much of anything However I struggled to get into this book The writing felt too distant intellectual and heavy for me to immerse myself in Elio and Oliver s world The book contained so much introspection and I wanted scenes to get us into these present moments with the two lovers And while I understand that the book aims to portray infatuation I found myself bored at times with Elio s obsession with Oliver Could he have thought some about the healthfulness or unhealthfulness of his feelings for Oliver Or could Andre Aciman have included details about these characters other than their feelings for one another to make them both three dimensional I wish we had received from these characters dialogue development and insight into their desire for one anotherOverall an okay book that I am curious to see as a film as I predict the movie may better portray the emotions of the book through lush andor lustful visuals If ou want a high uality gay romance this holiday season check out A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe by Benjamin Alire Saenz and Imagine Me Gone and You Are Not a Stranger Here by Adam Haslett Still Sami et Julie CE1 Sami et Julie font des crpes yay for a gay romance garnering attention even if it does feature two white leads and conventionally attractive characters AN 0318 i did this and like all my public mistakes erasing the evidence of it won t erase the conseuencesit staysas much to remind me how it happened as to accept that it did at alllittle intimacies of the many many aspects of this book that resonated with us one in particular was the basis of an interesting exchange between me and author santino hassell that exchange is excerpted belowSH what doou think so farJAG i like it it s very good at being what i think of as authentic teen gay boy POVSH it reminds me of somethingJAG it reminds me of a lot of thingsSH the parts where he s talking about how hot and cold the love interest dude getsJAG Deliciously Ella entre amis yes with his facial expressionSHeahJAG that specifically that i ve been there with someone like that it s a little scary and then La vie sexuelle de Tintin you understand them and it stops being scary sometimesSHes i had a friend like that when i was a kid i thought i was in love with him but he was straightJAG i was thinking of the exact same thing i had the exact same thing a friend when i was a teen he d be warm and affectionate and then his face would go cold like i was a strangerSH The Spinster and the Rake (Never a Wallflower, yes that s how my friend was i think he suspected i wanted him he didn t know how to feel about itJAG that s what that scene in the book is about they realizeou have deeper feelings and they don t know how to deal and then their face goes fucked in this moment of vulnerability they can t hide the panic or the revulsionSH Not You Its Me (Boston Love, yesJAG and it looks like thatSHesJAG because straight dudes can feel warm affection for Traces et indices d'oiseaux. Pistes, nids, plumes, crnes... you too obviously and for a moment with some of them they feel when they realizeou want them they feel that their affection has left them exposed like their affection has been abusedSH that s exactly what my "friend acted like like all the times we d been close i d taken advantage of him "acted like like all the "times we d been close i d taken advantage of him suspected me and then "we d been close i d taken advantage of him suspected me and then found out when he caught me and another boy fooling around in the locker rooms found out that i really was bi and then he knew he d been right about me and didn t know how to handle itJAG in the book i recognized it right away that feeling of recoilingSH My Bitchy Soulmate yesJAG of resentment it looks like thatSH that was a horrible experienceJAG it happened to me too i wonder if it happens to every ueer personSH i wonder the same thingJAG like imagineou re a girl Lichen Sclerosis: How to Heal It you haveour best girl friends going to the bathroom together secrets sharing lipstickSH Irish Paganism yeahJAG little intimacies and thenou tell Kojiki your girlfriendsou re ueer and they remember all those times all those intimaciesSH that s what happened with him with my friend he listed all of these things and acted like i d manipulated something to make those things happen or like i d taken advantage of opportunitiesJAG instead of it being about basic humanity about The Ultimate EU Test Book Administrators 2020 you being the same personou always were it was about about whateverSH he made me cry like a bitchJAG
"i m sorrysh "
m sorrySH even apologized even though i hadn t done anything because i didn t want him to hate me but he did anywaysJAG that s fucked and i know exactly what that s likeSH Comprendre et grer les conflits dans les entreprises et les organisations yeaJAG the first time i ever cried in public was when he told me he didn t want to be my friend it s a thing that sticks wit I wanted to make fun of this maddening book but really I must just want to make fun of myself for loving it The bare bones of the story could have been assembled using some kind of Gay Coming of Age Novel Trope Generator Teenager Grad student Italian beach Fruit Poetry Jealousy Sex Loss More poetry But I agree with whoever likens Aciman s approach to Proust s which is probably everybody who has read both Aciman and Proust This is not a Gay Coming of Age Novel at all it s an elegy for desire for memory itself and it manages to visit that interior terrain of longing most notably visited by A LA RECHERCHE DU TEMPS PERDU without begging a side by side comparison Which is a feat in itself What novelist could really survive a direct comparison to Proust Best to avoid it The frustrations of the novel only become apparent once the spell of Aciman s spare but lovely prose has been broken While reading it I never thought to sneer at the clich s or at the problems of a seventeenear old child of wealthy intellectuals I was too entranced by the salt breezes and the sunlit stones and the daily rituals of swimming breakfast dissertation work coffee dinner guests town bed and the millions of specific new shades of pain that result from each and every moment spent around and away from the narrator s object of desire There are some story frustrations here to be sure but from this book I was only expecting a bit of light escapism for my subway ride My expectations were so successfully shattered it was almost uncomfortable to read it in publicThis novel is hot wrote NYT reviewer Stacey D Erasmo Hell es The heat here is not the heat of. Vent’anni fa un’estate in Riviera Elio ha diciassette anni e per lui sono appena iniziate le vacanze nella splendida villa di famiglia nel Ponente ligure Figlio di un brillante professore universitario musicista sensibile decisamente colto per la sua età Elio aspetta come ogni anno «l’ospite dell’estate l’ennesima scocciatura» uno studente

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