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Shipwreck : A Case Study

By Odalović, Miroslava

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Title: Shipwreck : A Case Study  
Author: Odalović, Miroslava
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Language: English
Subject: Fiction., Drama and Literature.
Collections: Short Stories, Authors Community, Most Popular Books in China
Historic
Publication Date:
2015
Publisher: Self published
Member Page: Miroslava Odalović

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Odalović, M. (2015). Shipwreck : A Case Study. Retrieved from http://members.worldlibrary.net/


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This is a story about the man who calls himself Shipwreck. He epitomizes the spirit of the poet Flavio Eborenze Didako Piro whose grave was dragged into the sea after the earthquake in the town of Herceg-Novi (Montenegro) in 1667.This historical event is rendered into a journey of the soul in order to find ultimate peace.

Excerpt
Perhaps the sky above is nothing but a piece of sail left to us to be seen from a giant ship that sails beyond. To our eyes it stretches from one horizon boundary to another. If this is so, there isn’t enough sky. I’d love to ask for more. Or, perhaps, Shipwreck already told me more than I could know.


 

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