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During a restless summer on the Italian Riviera, 17-year old Elio falls in love with his father's house guest, Oliver.
Andre Aciman teaches comparative literature at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. He lives with his family in Manhattan. This is his first novel.
"* 'Quite simply, brilliant... An effortless and unaffected erudition; a brutal, rigorous mastery of language... This is an elegy, a celebration, a meditation on the truth of passion that is nuanced and universal. It is a tremendous debut.' Francesca Segal, Observer * 'An extraordinary debut... Evocative, poetic and deeply beautiful... will strike an exquisite chord with those falling in love for the first time (or out of love for the last time) this summer.' - Tatler * 'Call Me By Your Name is a beautiful and wise book, written with both lightness and concentrated care for the precise truth of every moment in its drama... this is a miracle.' - Colm Toibin * 'Brave, acute, elated, naked, brutal, tender, humane and beautiful... If you can't handle the violence of regret the novel will awaken in you, or the agony of remembering wanting someone more than you wanted anything in your life, or the exquisite suffering that comes with the gain, and loss, of something that neared perfect understanding, then don't read this book... Otherwise, open the cover and let Aciman pull the pin from the grenade.' - Nicole Krauss * 'An exceptionally beautiful book... A first novel that abounds in moments of emotional and physical abandon... As much a story of paradise found as it is of paradise lost... Exquisite... Extraordinary.' - Stacey D'Erasmo, New York Times * 'The most exciting new fiction writer of the 21st century. Few novels since Proust's In Search of Lost Time are this adept at capturing the nuances of human emotion.' - Diana Fuss, New York Magazine"