I. Calvino – If on a winter’s night a traveller

‘I am convinced there is nothing better than a coventional opening, an attack from which you can expect everything and nothing’

Literature. Ha, it’s so playful. You can never get bored. When you deal with a good work it always strikes from a place you’d never expected. So why start with a tricky beginning when it’s even more mind-boggling to put something common? Now, the reader is absolutely hopeless, going through all the possibilies since the unbreakable rules are no more. Still we love to be surpirsied don’t we?

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