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Inner Worlds - cover

Inner Worlds

Gabriel Troiano

Publisher: Editora CL-A

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Coletânea de poesia e contos, nos quais o autor explora os labirintos da alma, onde se revezam preocupações, encantos e mistérios. O texto estimula um sentido de parceria com o autor, pelo reconhecimento de que, em diferentes partes do livro, todos nós estamos na expectativa do mesmo momento. Gabriel Troiano sabe como dar às palavras suas texturas únicas e relevantes e o seguimos, em sua escultura literária, intrigados com o que estará atrás da próxima porta.
Poetry and short stories collection, in which the author explores the labyrinths of the soul, where worries, charms and mysteries take their turns. With extreme skill, the self-insertions he makes instigate in us a sense of partnership with him, because in different parts of the book, we recognize ourselves as expectant characters from the same worldly moment. Gabriel Troiano knows how to give words their unique and relevant textures. We follow him along this literary sculpture, intrigued by what will be behind the next door.
Available since: 06/25/2021.

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