There are different ways of telling a story, whatever it may be. One option is to let the protagonists speak, using their own words to describe the events, in an objectively significant collection that can open the way for critical analysis. Or we can allow the places and objects in the story to speak: like a Simenon novel, each trace becomes a clue, a piece of the puzzle, with which to reconstruct the narrative as a whole.


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