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Call Me by Your Name

af André Aciman

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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' house, a cliff-side mansion on the Italian Riviera. Unprepared for the consequences of their attraction, at first each feigns indifference to the other. But during the warm, languorous 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 on a sultry evening in Rome is the one thing both already fear they may never truly find again: total intimacy.… (mere)
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This book utterly confounds me. Reading it I was at various times intrigued, enraged and devastated. I have no idea why or how it works. But it does.

I enjoyed it from the beginning, primarily for the sultry, languorous scene-setting. Sun, heat, ocean, Italy. At first the relationship between Elio and Oliver didn't interest me very much. It was Elio's unmitigated yearning and bittersweet passion that kept me reading. I can think of no other work of art, besides Wagner's "Tristan und Isolde," that portrays so perfectly this feeling of unrealized desire.

There are certainly some awkward moments that don't flow well with the rest of the narrative, most noticeably the infamous peach scene. How the novel still manages to work in spite of these flaws is mystifying and inscrutable. Amazingly, the whole of the work is strong enough to support some very strange and surprising turns that question the very essence of love itself. How close is too close? Does the individual become lost inside the plurality of a relationship? Is it possible to love too much, too long, too intimately?

What is life but a never-ending pursuit for something that's forever out of reach? ( )
  bugaboo_4 | Jan 3, 2021 |
This is a case where I liked the film better. Aciman delces into the deep well of desire, but the interiority of the book rambles a bit. The writing is good, but not as good as Alan Hollinghurst's style. 3.5 stars. ( )
  DrFuriosa | Dec 4, 2020 |
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  ncharlt1 | Oct 11, 2020 |
Elio is a 17-year-old son of Jewish intellectuals who spends summer with his family in a 17th-century villa in Italy. They are soon joined by an American graduate student Oliver who comes to help his father as a summer intern. Elio develops feelings for Oliver.

This is a beautiful story of the first love and the whole mess only it can produce. Lots of well-written introspective passages and some really interesting characters. Finally, a 17-year-old boy who is intellectual, artistic and feels real at the same time.
I enjoyed all the little details of a Mediterranean summer that reminded me of my own youth. That was the perfect background for the events in the book and brought a certain magic to the story that could've been boring otherwise.

I skimmed over the reviews and found a lot of people shocked at the "peach" scene or some other more open scenes. It seems to me that people are more conservative now than they were in the 1980s or maybe I just wasn't aware of it before. I'm glad that the novel is not constrained in that sense. It's an ode to youth and first love, very sensual. It also feels real because there is no big drama here, nobody betrays anyone, there are no big twists. It is so refreshing to read a book that seems so real and so beautiful.
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  ZeljanaMaricFerli | Sep 8, 2020 |
We had the stars, you and I. And this is given only once.

There were moments while reading this book where I vacillated between 3.0-stared emotions and 4.0-stared emotions, so let's go with my first 3.5.

Where do I begin? My feelings are all over the place, much the same way I felt Elio's were.

Elio...Oliver...Elio...

The truth is: maybe it's been too long for me. Passion, the kind that strikes when you look across the way, straight into your other's eyes, and realize 'I am you and you are me' is something I think really does only occur once, if that. The rest, what comes after, is a softer, kinder, more merciful touch that is reminiscent of that same intensity you once begged for. I say perhaps it's been too long because sometimes I couldn't understand Elio. I didn't want to be bitter or cynical and roll my eyes at his every obsessive whim. I wanted to be understanding. Not for the sake of honing in on any particular empathetic skill but because his feelings reminded me, vaguely, of a time long ago when I too may have suffered a brush with the kind of Passion that is all-consuming. I remembered her, as an old friend, one I think I missed.

I found myself anxious to finish. Every page turned was met with the heavy burden of never-ending lines of words. Some that had meaning and some that didn't. But, I think my anxiety stems not from boredom or annoyance, but from panic. It's page after page of Elio's passion and...it's intense. Aciman's writing is beautiful though I found it at times frustrating with it's run-on sentences and excessive use of anaphoras. Maybe that's what made me feel like I was drowning in Elio's feelings instead of simply wading through them gingerly. Perhaps that's also why I felt more comfortable reading the last 4th of the novel, when Elio is older and the veritas of his father's words bounced off every page.

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!

Maybe I, like so many of us are wont to do, have done so good a job of suppressing my feelings to a subdued nothingness in order to keep myself from feeling (indeed, a waste) that this story effectively pierced through the iced numbness of my heart and lit a fire I couldn't control. Truthfully, it's not a pain I'm happy or eager to revisit so I'm just going to shelve this book quietly, gently, tenderly...and likely never disturb it again. ( )
  avery_appleseed | Aug 15, 2020 |
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In poetic, elevated prose, André Aciman has written a powerful psychological drama of two bisexual men who share their most intimate selves, intellectually, spiritually, and physically. Elio’s thoughts and emotions are depicted in vivid detail that unashamedly highlights the infatuation, lust, love, and obsession that sometimes results from a first love.
 

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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' house, a cliff-side mansion on the Italian Riviera. Unprepared for the consequences of their attraction, at first each feigns indifference to the other. But during the warm, languorous 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 on a sultry evening in Rome is the one thing both already fear they may never truly find again: total intimacy.

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