Margarita didn't live her pregnancy like it was a gift from the heavens. Locked up in a conformist society in Athens, she can't breathe. One day, she decides to leave everything behind to become a writer. In Paris where she now lives, she must deal with the fact that she abandoned Maria (Massa), her daughter, to be able to write. Meanwhile, Massa creates the image of her mother, through stories that she imagines. This book, Parallel Worlds, is the place where they meet.
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The collection "Men-Things-Beings" by the subversive writer Petros Argyriou goes back to our birthplaces. Goes to the places of soul and sentiments. As "Historian" of a future without authors and books, he creates ten short stories that describe and satirize the present of the human species. The author "creates" the conditions of a future world without wars, discrimination, superconsumption and environmental destruction. The only value is Men, Things and Beings.
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