This anthology clearly portraits Leonard Nolens' style: multifaceted and versatile, revealing his polyphonic ways of thinking. He is repetitive and obsessive about the themes he addresses but in a virtuous kind-of-way. Fathers and mothers, childish questions, youth depictions, farewell parties, loneliness, alcohol, God, and money are only a few of his recurring themes. But, through each one of them, he reasons and encompasses profound thoughts, constructing his own identity and writing his own life.
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