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Ghosts in the attic : Poemosophism: Poemosophism

By Smarandache, Florentin

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Book Id: WPLBN0100303017
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Reproduction Date: 6/1/2015

Title: Ghosts in the attic : Poemosophism: Poemosophism  
Author: Smarandache, Florentin
Language: English
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature
Collections: Authors Community, Short Stories
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Publisher: EuropaNova
Member Page: Infinite Science


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In this book, the author drops down from the attic a couple of ghosts: a series of characters, mythical events, historical facts, citations, references in a stunning intertextual mixture. As a pretense, he takes Lancelot from England and Layla from Iran, and make them fall in love in an Aztec legend, depicted in verses. This compositum goes further, as the author follows the characters in time and space (or in multi-dimensions), hacks their emails, and eventually eavesdrop on their chats. Full of paradoxism, Layla & Lancelot’s love affair observed by the author using such unorthodox means is claimed to be “the neutrosophic state of love, that does not allow the consumption of love, still neither denies it, nor potentiates it, yet does not prevent it.”


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