Transient Eternities by Lucas Nicolato
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Caveat Lector – beware the Reader that the following stories are lies. Nothing in their narrative corresponds to any fact in the objective world. Not only are them lies in the sense that of stories of things that never did happen – they are made up sequences of events that could never come to happen. They are not mere fictions, as is understood by modern critics and theorists. The plots are purposefully inconsistent, the causality between events is often broken or inverted, the premises are illogical, the general analyses are fallacious, the historical references are misleading, and the philosophical arguments are easily dismissible sophisms. The authors of the following pieces have never been in the places they describe, nor do they know anything about the subjects they discuss. They have never read the books they quote or the writers they cite. They have purposefully decided to write in a language which was not their own, and in which they had barely any prior knowledge. Yet there is perhaps something worthwhile in reading them.

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Published July 6, 2012 148 pages
Genres: Horror, Literature & Fiction, History. Fiction

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