New Yorker’s new ‘Lionel’ story, ‘The Lion of London’ will feature a lion
NEW YORK — The new novel by New Yorker fiction writer and editor Daniel Handler and artist Andy Warhol will be the first in a series of novels that will explore themes in literature and the arts, and the first of a new series of works to feature a fictional lion named “The Lion.”
The title story of The Lion of the City will feature “a lion, a lioness,” and “a new version of the story, this one a lion, this lioness.”
The novel, which is being written by Handler, will be released by Simon & Schuster on June 18.
Handler, who is also the author of the short story collection The Lion in the Cage, said he was inspired by a scene from the film of the same name, in which a character named “Duke” tries to capture a lion in the hopes of having a new lion named after him.
“The scene really speaks to what the novel will be about,” Handler said.
“It’s about the human struggle to get past the mythologies of the past, which are about humans overcoming our fear of lions and tigers and other beasts, and finding ways to live together in harmony with nature.”
This lioness is a modern woman, and she’s trying to live with this, and it’s very difficult.
The lion is a symbol of human supremacy, and there’s a lot of tension between these two.
“In the novel, The Lion is a character whose name is changed to “The Great” after a series, and a new story line begins with her encountering a lion.
The Lioness is also a woman, the author said, who has come to New York in search of “a love that’s never been there.”
“Michael wrote a wonderful, moving piece of fiction about his own struggle to break free from a culture of misogyny, racism, and homophobia. “
I love writing for Michael, and I was delighted to have Michael read the first draft,” Handler added.
“Michael wrote a wonderful, moving piece of fiction about his own struggle to break free from a culture of misogyny, racism, and homophobia.
The book is a tribute to him and his ability to tell such an important story.
It’s also a great tribute to Daniel and Andy, the creative duo behind the book.”
The novel will also include the work of contemporary artists including Daphne Du Maurier, who recently illustrated a short story by Handler called “The Story of the Lion,” and artist and illustrator Andrew Giffin, who also illustrated The Lion at the Gilded Age.
The book will be available in four languages: English, French, German, and Italian.