The God in Flight

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1878, young Satterwhite attends Yale in the hope he will discover what life holds for fellows with sharp aesthetic senses. He is unprepared to meet his assigned art teacher, Professor Klionarios. The pair are so dissimilar but the tumultuous love affair scorned by their society is a gilded construct between one believing himself ready to know real love and a willing partner. More

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About Laura Argiri

Laura Argiri is a bicultural Southerner/New Englander, born in North Carolina and educated in Massachusetts and England. She has lived in Durham, NC for the past two decades. She believes that marriage should be available to anyone who wants it but has resolutely avoided it herself. She is also an editor, the unseen angel of correct spelling and usage in 73 books by the most recent count. Her book reviews have appeared in the Village Voice, Independent, Spectator, Senior Post, and News & Observer, her poetry in Persephone. Lethe Press will publish her short story collection, Guilty Parties: Leighlah and Others in spring of 2017.

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Alysa H reviewed on Feb. 13, 2017

This is one of my favorite books of all time. I must have read it dozens of times, starting in the late 1990s, a couple of years after it was first published. I am SOOOOOO excited to see it's being re-released! I have a hardcover First edition but bought a copy of the Lethe Press Smashwords ebook just so I could support it and leave this review :D
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