Call Me By your Name
by André Aciman
I’m a little obsessed with this art piece. I have seen the movie more times than I can count, and I listen to the soundtrack when I’m doing homework, or reading. The movie is just so beautiful, and heartfelt. I’m only on page 74 right now, but it is already amazing. I can feel all of the emotions the main character, Elio, is feeling, and i feel as if his struggles are mine. Honestly, the book makes me have hope for the future, oddly enough.
Although it is VERY intimate, it has beauty and passion in the words that really draw me. It talks about Bach and Heraclitus, and Roman/Greek past, and I envy the author for that. The book is set back in 1983, and the father is an archaeologist, so of course they talk about these things, but history and intelligence is so attractive to me (in a book way), and really draws me in. It can be hard to find books that hit every category that intrigues be, but this book is one of them. I think I have wrote enough now, so goodbye. I’ll keep you, whoever stumbles across this, updated.😈