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The soul of the story, that particular ability to invent images, stories and characters is fantasy. In people where it is predominant, if not understood, it generates strong conflicts. Childhood is the ideal abode of fantasy, where there is no limit unless imposed by adults. But when the child becomes an adult and tries to live like everyone else, devastating conflicts begin to arise. She will try to fight that "disease", until she reaches the edge of annihilation. She will win that fight, managing to reach normality. But, after discovering the happiness of childhood unlike a gray and amorphous adulthood, will cause a sense of unhappiness such as to push her to go in search of fantasy, the other part of her. A new Martina will be born in her fullness: a child and an adult, no longer in conflict but with a mental power difficult to imagine for us ordinary poor people.
It’s not a novel to read casually. The precarious linearity and the continuous temporal jumps that can represent a defect, have instead the advantage of describing the soul of the protagonist and her conflicts. If reader does not feel like Martina, he will not understand the story and will consider it a fantasy novel a bit shabby, although well written.
Night Clouds
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Wood of Plane
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Fairy Tales - Wood of Plane
Fairy Tales
Poems - Wood of Plane
Honest Deception
Second Generation
First Generation
Our Madness
Little Soul
Touch of Happiness
Voice in the Night
Good Hope Hotel
Night Clouds
Shiny Lake
Night Clouds