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Grace Andreacchi

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Grace Andreacchi is an American famous  Novelist, she is also known as an American-born author.  however, if you want to know about her Biography, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Wiki, Net worth More then you must read this article till the end, here you will know about amazing facts about her lifestyle, we hope that this informative article will fulfill your queries.

Real Name Grace Andreacchi
Nick Name Grace
Famous As Novelist
Age 66 years old
Birthday 3 December 1954
Birthplace New York, New York, United States
Zodiac Sign Sagittarius
Ethnicity Mixed
Nationality American
Religion Christianity
Height approx.5feet,6INCH
Weight approx. 66Kg
Body Measurements unknown
Bra Cup Size unknown
Eye Color brown
Hair Color brown
Shoe Size unknown
Dating unknown
Spouse No
Net Worth 5Million$

Grace Andreacchi  height weight &  Body Measurements;

Eye color brown
Hair color brown
height 5feet/ 7INCH
shoe size  Unknown
weight 66KG

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Grace Andreacchi  net worth:

Net worth 5Million$
source of Incom player
Monthly earnings None
yearly earnings 5Million$

Estimated net worth increases frequently increase, she has different types of ways to generate the source of the income according to news statistics of her net worth is 5Million (Approx.) he is one of the most popular social media personality.

Family and Relatives:

Father    N, A
Mother   N, A
Brother   N, A
Sister

Grace Andreacchi   Social Media:

Instagram  Instagram
Facebook   Facebook
Twitter   Twitter
Wikipedia Wikipedia
IMDB   IMDB
Youtube Channel  Youtube

Education   Information:

school name N, A
University N, A
Qualification N, A

Grace Andreacchi  Marriage   & Relationship status:

Marital Status married
Marriage Date None
BoyFriends Single
Husband None
Daughter Name None
Son Name None

Grace Andreacchi outline:

  • In 1995 Andreacchi was a collaborator in the project Violin Music in the Age of Shopping, a work by avant-garde composer and violinist Jon Rose. For her contribution Andreacchi was made an Honorary Fellow of the Rosenberg Foundation (Sydney, Australia).
  • The novel Scarabocchio (1995), an architecturally adventurous ‘inverted fugue’, is based on Goethe’s Italian Journey, and continues the discussion of Bach through the character of ‘Barton Beale’, a lightly fictionalized Glenn Gould. The short novel Poetry and Fear (2001) is set in the Berlin opera world, and uses the myth of Orpheus to explore themes of love and loss. Later works showed an increased emphasis on Christian spiritual themes. A continued interest in the culture of the far east is reflected in Two Brothers (2007), a version of the Korean pansori tale Heungbu and Nolbu. Recent work has shown a turning away from Christianity towards an avowedly feminist point of view.
  • Her 1993 novel, Music for Glass Orchestra, garnered much critical acclaim for its wildly beautiful, surrealistic style. Set in Paris, it contains a wide-ranging discourse on the music of J.S. Bach, with special attention to the Sonatas and Partitas for Solo Violin. Her first collection of poetry, Elysian Sonnets and Other Poems (1990) was published as a chapbook in Paris.
  • Grace Andreacchi was born and grew up in New York City. She was educated at the Academy of Mount St. Ursula High School, and went on to study theatre at the Stella Adler Studio. A brief period on the stage was followed by the study of philosophy, first at Hunter College (New York City), and then at Binghamton University (Binghamton, New York). In her final year she received a fellowship to study at Bedford College, London. During this time she specialised in the philosophies of ancient Greece and medieval Europe, as well as additional studies in Chinese philosophy and freudian thought. Since 1989 Andreacchi has lived in Europe, moving first to Paris, then rural Normandy, and later to Berlin (1994–1998) and London, where she now resides. In 2008 she founded Andromache Books, a writers’ cooperative, to publish literary fiction and poetry.
  • Her first work was the play Vegetable Medley (1985, Soho Repertory Theater, New York and Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, Massachusetts), an experimental work fusing elements of comedy and melodrama in a highly poeticised language. Her first novel, Give My Heart Ease (1989), received the New American Writing Award and was translated into Slovenian as Pomiri mi srce. Admired by some critics, others found its frank depiction of an abusive sexual relationship disturbing.
  • Grace Andreacchi (born December 3, 1954) is an American-born author known for her blend of poetic language and modernism with a post-modernist sensibility. Andreacchi is active as a novelist, poet and playwright.

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