Fiction. "This new novel completes what will inevitably be called the Anabasis Trilogy, and removes any doubt of Rimanelli's place in American literature"--Fred L. Gardaph, from the Introduction. "Giose Rimanelli is one of those remarkable writers who, like Joseph Conrad, have turned from their first language to English...."--Anthony Burgess, Times Literary Supplement.
Winner of the prestigious American Book Award for his avant-garde novel, Benedetta in Guysterland, in 1994, Giose Rimanelli is the author of numerous novels, poetry collections, collections of essays, and innumerable journal articles and reviews. He is, in addition, a long-time painter in both oils and watercolor. His debut novel, Tiro al piccione (1952; The Day of the Lion ) was later made into a movie by Giuliano Montaldo. He is Professor Emeritus of Comparative Literature at SUNY Albany. He divides his time between Lowell, Massachusetts, and Pompano Beach, Florida, with frequent trips to Italy in the meantime. Author City: LOWELL, MA USA