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Invisible Mending: A Novel free pdf Is it possible to "mend" torn lives? What role does silence play in concealing our anguish? What mysterious paths lead two unknown people to come across each other? Why does the word "always" become so emblematic? These are only some of the questions that Invisible Mending tries to answer.Without being aware of it, although pushed by an ineffable drive that possesses them, Vera and Victor are faced with the challenge of what it really means to be alive, but to accept the dare, they must first come to terms with some key issues of their past. Their destinies become mysteriously intertwined, despite the rain, the lightning and the obstinate mediocrity of a stale environment. Their neighbours have long given up their reasons for living, having hidden themselves years ago behind the anonymity of meaningless existences. Nevertheless, Vera and Victor are keen to avoid this destiny, bravely defying their own phantoms - as well as the entire town. Will they succeed and recover their future? To find out, we must read this enigmatic novel, set in the exotic background of Esperanza Station.This is the first English edition of Zurcido Invisible, written by Guillermo Julio Montero, novelist as well as psychoanalyst, who was awarded the Honorary Prize of the International Literary Contest Sor Juana Ines de la Cruz. The novel was first published in Spanish in Mexico.

About Guillermo Julio Montero

Guillermo Julio Montero Psy.D. is a clinical, training and supervising psychoanalyst as well as a Magister in Psychoanalysis. He is a full member of the International Psychoanalytical Association, and of the Argentine Psychoanalytic Association. He also teaches at the Institute of Psychoanalysis and co-coordinates the Study Group: Metapsychology of Midlife. He is the President of Fundacion Travesia (Psychoanalysis for Midlife Transition and Crisis). He is the author of 'La travesia por la mitad de la vida: exegesis psicoanalitica', as well as the co-author of the books 'Para comprender la mediana edad: historias de vida' and 'Mediana edad: estudios psicoanaliticos', and the author of numerous papers delivered at different national and international psychoanalytic congresses, several of them published at psychoanalytic magazines in Brazil, USA, Spain and Korea.

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Author : Guillermo Julio Montero
Publisher : Karnac Books
Data Published : 14 July 2015
ISBN : 1782202846
EAN : 9781782202844
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 242 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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