Maria Stepanova really sees the soul of objects

In a certain conversation, Mauricio Wiesenthal alluded to one of the differences that separates the United States and Europe. supports this American homes were dominated by the Ikea culture of modern kitchenware, and European homes, despite wars and successive decades of impoverishment, still held the memory of previous centuries in this random decanting of furniture, photographs, jewelry, various costumes, and objects of varying texture that have been handed down from one generation to another. The writer defends the extraordinary importance of this heritage when we look at our roots and unwittingly joins Camilo José Sella. The Nobel Prize for Literature, like him, placed extreme importance on the things that survived the turmoil of his time, and also on those that we accumulated during our life’s journey.

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