Love Triangle – a novel in terza rima and 160 sonnets
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Genre: Poetry
Publisher: CinnamonTeal Publishing
Publication Year: 2014
ISBN: 9789384129330

A weekend passion of lust between a lesbian and a heterosexual married man leads to untold grief in this modern story of love triangle narrated in verse by Ben Antao, the prolific author of novels, short stories, travelogues and memoirs.

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A weekend passion of lust between a lesbian and a heterosexual married man leads to untold grief in this modern story of love triangle narrated in verse by Ben Antao, the prolific author of novels, short stories, travelogues and memoirs.

Love Triangle is composed in terza rima, the three-line, ten-syllable poetic form of interlocking rhymes that Dante employed in his Divine Comedy.

The 160 Sonnets surpassing the 154 of Shakespeare’s dwell on the themes of art and artists, persons, places and things that Antao encountered during his travels in Canada, France, Goa, Italy and the United States.

About the Author
Ben Antao was born in Goa, India, and has been a journalist, teacher, writer and a certified financial planner now living in Toronto, Canada.

He graduated from the University of Bombay (M.A. in English) and worked as a reporter for The Navhind Times, Panjim, Goa (1963-64) and later joined The Indian Express (1965-66) in Bombay as a reporter. In 1966, he was awarded a journalism fellowship by the World Press Institute based at the Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn., for a year’s study and travel in the United States.

He has published five novels, two memoirs, two travelogues as well as several short stories. His recent book of short stories is titled The Concubine and Selected Stories.

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About the Author
Ben Antao

Ben Antao was born in Goa, India, and has been a journalist, teacher, writer and a certified financial planner now living in Toronto, Canada.

He graduated from the University of Bombay (M.A. in English) and worked as a reporter for The Navhind Times, Panjim, Goa (1963-64) and later joined The Indian Express (1965-66) in Bombay as a reporter. In 1966, he was awarded a journalism fellowship by the World Press Institute based at the Macalester College, St. Paul, Minn., for a year’s study and travel in the United States.

He has published five novels, two memoirs, two travelogues as well as several short stories.