I found myself in the transition from paper to the network of the transmission of Knowledge. As Focault's philosophy of nowhere. What remains is the essence of the past and a permanent anything in the future.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) October 11, 2013
Edda is the daughter of the great tradition of the Latin Fathers and Dante Alighieri. Edda has received a degree in literature and philosophy from the University of Perugia and a degree in clinical psychology from the Sapienza University of Rome. Edda has worked for many years in the field psychology for various government bodies. She never forgot her passion for poetry as she has been writing for years to the point of accumulating eleven poetry collections, two of which are novels. Edda’s poetry has been the subject matter of essays in the most accredited American universities. In 2004, her website that holds 17 of her literary works was built by her husband Ivano Bambini. In 2010, when Ivano died, the website had reached half a billion hits. In order to commemorate this wonderful occasion and to thank all of the American universities and all of her cult base of readers from around the world, she organized for them a pleasant surprise. It is hard to guess what Edda will prepare next. We will have to wait and see what 2014 will bring.
In the words of Edda, “I found myself in the transition from paper to the network of the transmission of Knowledge. As Focault's philosophy of nowhere. What remains is the essence of the past and a permanent anything in the future.” Edda’s works display playfulness while at the same time exploring the intricate nature of the human condition. In Edda’s “Stella Errans,” the poetry will take you into this pleasant maze full of love and glare of genius. Edda touches the human soul with her every line translating the complexity of human kind into words. Edda’s fictional short story in “Ophelia Gig’s Tale” is likewise a story of love, but also intricate in nature. Edda turns her genius to tell a story, which parallels the lives of many to whom she intends to relate. Either prose or poetry Edda makes the rhythm of the word flow effortlessly. Edda’s works have chosen to take the form of eBooks, as she recognizes the rapid spread of electronic devices and thus hopes to reach as many more interested minds as she can in the English language.
For more information visit http://www.eddatassi.com.