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One Fine Day

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This is the portrait of an unusual woman and a memoir of an already distant era, brought alive again by her story. Her two identities are tied to Italy before the Second World War and to post-war Britain. Paulina D'Offizi is full of contradictions as her life was full of contrasts. Her story emerges through digressions and various points-of-view. She is a domineering woman and a demanding mother, to whom her child means the whole world. And the world is full of disappointments and unexpected twists of fate.

Across The Void

The story is about Keats, a tight-rope walker, and the narrator, a woman. Keats is a performer in crisis, restlessly awaiting inspiration. The woman is confused by their meetings, striving to make sense of the fragments of information he has given her about himself. Keats point-of-view is told in the third person, in the second part of the book, making it, as it were, a closed chapter to the narrator. The basic theme of the book is a question: whether it is possible ever to know another person. The story as such, with its meanders, impasses and blanks, may be read as an allegory of love.

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