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Andre Aciman on the unanticipated response to his book, Call Me By Your Name

What particularly gets me started is the idea of a sentence which has formulated in my head which I don’t want to lose, says Aciman
Andre Aciman

Shrestha Saha   |     |   Published 06.02.19, 02:44 PM

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Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 

Hailing from Alexandria, Egypt, Andre Aciman is an American writer whose book Call Me By Your Name took the world by storm when it was made into a major motion picture in 2017. A young student, attending his session at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet in association with The Telegraph, introduced herself as a ‘Call Me By Your Name fangirl’ during the question-answer round, her voice and her hand gently shaking in the excitement of meeting her favourite author. This fandom is something that the author and professor of literary theory in New York did not anticipate, nor did he expect the sadness readers felt after reading his book.

In between drinking copious amounts of soda water and smiling with an amused expression on his face at Taj Bengal, Aciman chatted with t2 about the book and the promised sequel that broke Twitter for day! 



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