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Fine in Fine jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" (UK) 1st printing. No markings, Fine in Fine dust jacket. Brown boards, 296pp. Appignanesi was born in Montreal, Canada of Italian parents. He distinguished himself in music at an early age when, in 1953, he was an E. Archambault Pour Mérite gold medal finalist and obtained a music scholarship at the Montreal Conservatory. Appignanesi has written four novels, the first three of which were published as a fiction trilogy, Italia Perversa, consisting of the novels Stalin's Orphans, The Mosque, and Destroying America, originally drafted in1967, saw light in the early 1980s. The trilogy is epic in the scale of its locations: Vienna, Zagreb, Italy while its Quebecois protagonist's travels are ultimately fated to ominous disillusionment through his separatist terrorism. (1.5 JM HOJ 302/1.
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