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Visiting Writers' Series: André Aciman

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André Aciman

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Now living in the United States, where he teaches comparative literature, André Aciman has charmed readers with reflections on his childhood in Egypt and the ramifications of being exiled from one's homeland. His 1994 book, Out of Egypt: A Memoir, and his 2000 collection of essays, False Papers: Essays on Exile and Memory, earned him a reputation as a skilled writer and a careful, engaging observer on the subjects of home and family. 

AWARDS:

Whiting Foundation Writers' Award, 1995; Guggenheim fellowship, 1997; New York Institute for the Humanities fellowship, 1998; New York Public Library's Center for Scholars and Writers fellowship, 2000; Lambda Literary Award, 2007.


Source:

"Andre Aciman." Contemporary Authors Online, Gale, 2018. Biography In Context, http://link.galegroup.com/apps/doc/H1000135563/BIC?u=butleru&sid=BIC&xid=62b0f7e2. Accessed 14 Dec. 2018.


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