OMISSIONS by Emma Luciani

  • On the cover: The sensuality of a flower in the manner of a pioneer painter, Georgia O'Keeffe, a work on canvas by Monica Borsa, a photographic work by Raffaella G. Fidanza, private collection.
  • ISBN: 9788897382409
  • Pages: 132
  • Cover price: € 13.00
  • Genre: epistolary novel
  • Setting: Milan, Varese
  • You can also find it from Amazon.it or Libroco.it

 

 

Description

Passion as a way of knowing: this story could be called this, set between the frenetic rhythms of Milan and the sedentary and traditional habits of a village in Valcuvia, between the spaces and the breath of Paris and the memory of the restless climate of Bologna of the late 1970s. The passion that characterizes an amorous adventure can be experienced as a simple vitalizing expedient, or to intrigue the other, the relationship, one's way of being in the world, becoming the occasion to revisit one's choices. Or your renouncement to choose. On the contrary, a familiarity to which one has become accustomed can veil one's gaze, deceive oneself to know oneself, to lead to oversights or to precipitate relational pitfalls with dramatic consequences.

Emma Luciani

Emma Luciani, born in Roseto degli Abruzzi, studied Medicine and Neurology in Bologna and Psychiatry in Modena. She trained as a psychotherapist in Milan. Popular author, she lives and works in the province of Varese. This is his second novel.

 

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