MORRISONVILLE, N.Y. (PRWEB) September 15, 2017
Warren R. B. Dixon’s “Yestermorrow” (published by Xlibris) is for the virtuoso English reader, a reference to those who would not be bored by Lampedusa’s “The Leopard,” the English translation of “Il Gattodopardo.” “Yestermorrow” moves slowly and lingers over details evoking a history, in this case a year in the life of a middle-aged artist, failed in the world’s eye and a success in his own. In the book, readers will follow the lives of Morgan Sizemore and Ragnar Jack.
Morgan gets by as an out-of-place professor in an outback college. Ragnar, his best friend, is a womanizing compatriot from the same American faculty. Now in Europe for a year in a G.I. professoriate on military bases, he is living his days of wine and dandelions that last somewhat longer than the days of wine and roses. Joining them is Samantha, a golden retriever.
Published in 2014, “Yestermorrow” is set to have a new book campaign. “It is a book set to its own internal methodical pace, offering an enjoyable read without the blockbuster action or suspense of thrillers, enabling a relaxing reflection of pensive situations from a period not long ago, but nowadays seemingly lost in history,” the author describes the novel.
By Warren R. B. Dixon
Hardcover | 6 x 9in | 356 pages | ISBN 9781499053050
Softcover | 6 x 9in | 356 pages | ISBN 9781499053067
E-Book | 356 pages | ISBN 9781499053074
Available at Amazon and Barnes & Noble
About the Author
Warren R. B. Dixon, a native of Kentucky and Ohio, served as a seaman in the United States Submarine Service in World War II. He maintains a literary internet site at http://www.warrendixon.com. The author is an economist and professor emeritus from the SUNY system. He has lived in and taught university classes in Latvia, Spain and Germany.
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