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De Anima(L)

When Jumpin’ Jack, the jackrabbit mascot at Gennesaret Christian College goes missing and a note bearing an enigmatic “(L)” is left at his cage, suspicions immediately focus on the philosophy class of Professor Edward Stathakis. Citing Aristotle’s treatise De Anima (On the Soul) during one of his lectures, the professor had tacked an (L) onto the end of the word anima to stimulate a Socratic dialogue, inciting deep seated passions that soon upend his life and the lives of his students.

Rights Contact
Joe Costanzo <joecostanzo@joecostanzo.com>
Book Website
http://www.joecostanzo.com
Contributor(s)
Joe Costanzo
Publisher
Lulu
ISBN-13
978-1-4834-9293-3
Publication Date
Nov 2, 2018
Pages
234
Price
$12.99
Tags
#fiction
#mystery
#rights
Our Review (4 out of 5 stars)
"De Anima(L)" is a rich novel that begins as a tale of campus hijinks and evolves into an exploration of contemporary ambiguities. Joe Costanzo’s "De Anima(L)" is a sophisticated, character-driven novel—a blend of a campus mystery with a philosophy professor’s belated education in living.... Read More