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Hektr Pastrovich, a journalist and poet, travels to the front of a war his country has been fighting for nine years in search of an enigmatic traveler who calls himself the Prince of Ithaka. Along the way, he meets Helena, a beautiful and charismatic woman who becomes a mystery to Hektr as well. Men of Winter is a revisionist work drawing from Homer's Iliad and Odyssey, set in early twentieth-century Russia. This edition is revised and expanded from the version of the novel that originally came out in 2010, released by a different publisher.
|Publisher:||Twelve Winters Press|
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About the Author
Ted Morrissey is the author of the novels Men of Winter and An Untimely Frost, the novelette Figures in Blue, and stories and essays in more than twenty journals, including Glimmer Train, PANK, Writers Ask and North American Review. A Ph.D. in English studies, he has also published the monograph The Beowulf Poet and His Real Monsters, recipient of the D. Simon Evans Prize for distinguished scholarship. The father of three adults sons, he lives just north of Springfield, Illinois, with his wife Melissa. Visit at tedmorrissey.com.