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She closes her eyes and imagines her time piled up against the rest of her luggage. “Careful: Fragile”, she writes on its box. Inside there’s nothing… only a dream echoing in the emptiness…
Veronique Delenda is struggling to break the obstacles of time. She must write twelve books in two months, to try and find a way to endure her daughter’s absence, to discover a family secret and to fall in love.
Alexandros Philippou, a psychologist, meets Veronique through her writings. Following her trail, he breaks the shell of his rationality for her, and he succeeds in meeting her before the final grain of sand falls through the hourglass. Both believe that it is beautiful to wait for a miracle.
An evocative, vivid novel about the beauty of human existence…
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Publication date Feb 7, 2013
Thematic Category Human relations, Social
Series Greek literature
Age 18+
SKU 13076
Regular Price €12.77 Special Price €11.49
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The Author
PASCHALIA TRAVLOU was born in Tripolis, Arcadia. During her childhood she often moved because her father was relocated due to his military career. From an early age Travlou applied herself to painting, music and the written word. In 1988 she settled permanently in Athens, where she studied Classical Greek Literature at the School of Philosophy of Athens University. This was when she made her first attempts at writing with short stories published in the local Veroia paper. Later she attended a two-year post-graduate course on the Latin poetry of Horatio and Virgil, while recently she completed her post-graduate studies at the University of the Aegean course titled “Gender and New Working Conditions and Teaching Environments in the Information Society”, specializing in attire and workplace issues. She is a member of the Hellenic Authors’ Society and works at the Unified Fund of Independent Employees (E.T.A.A.). Her writing has been published in literary magazines, while her short stories have been included in various collections.
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