(PRWEB) September 09, 2014
CAMBRIDGE, England – Author Andrew Zolnai has written a collection of poetry in his new book, “Entre deux Eaux” (published by Xlibris UK). This collection of poems shows the author’s great passion for poetry and how it enabled him to wade between his French and Hungarian heritage.
“Entre deux Eaux” is a compilation of poems that author Andrew Zolnai has compiled throughout the years. This period marked the processing of a complex post-war and post-revolution legacy, the reclaiming of both French and Hungarian heritages, and a return from North America to Europe. The writings themselves reflect his keen interest in medieval history and science fiction, seen respectively as the roots and consequences of current affairs and also the factors that helped shape his perceptions in life.
This collection of poems symbolizes one man’s never-ending zest for life and how his experiences were able to shape his perceptions.
“Entre deux Eaux”
By Andrew Zolnai
Softcover | 6x9in | 152 pages | ISBN 9781465351371
E-Book | 152 pages | ISBN 9781465351388
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Andrew Zolnai was born as his parents fled the late 1956 Hungarian uprising. They settled in France, though they were on the global expatriate circuit throughout his youth. He settled in Calgary for 20 years, during which he became a computer geologist and married his first wife. With his second wife, he moved for a decade to the U.S. where their daughter was born, and he travelled worldwide for work. Now settled in Cambridge U.K., he also lived in Europe and the Middle-East.
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