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The originality of the book projected by Maria Rosaria Costanza, writer and essayist, has a symbolic value of an itinerary, a voyage as a metaphor.
Through the movement of the wind and the sea, compared to the motion of the soul, through a sailboat with an unfurled sail that desires to sail… and another boat that remains in the middle of the sea with its sail lowered, the writing urges us to think about which wind we are and about the winds of the destiny.
Maria Rosaria Costanza, clinical pedagogist, author of several books: among which (Vent’anni) Twenty Years Old (1976), book of lyrics included in the collection Veristi del ’900 by writer Domenico Rea, (National Literary Prize Francesco De Sanctis and National Literary Prize Salvatore Di Giacomo); (La favola di Peter Pan e la sindrome di Peter Pan) The tale of Pe ter Pan and the syndrome of Peter Pan (1997); (Cuori che aspettano di essere considerati) Hearts waiting for being taken in consideration (2007) Franco Angeli; The essay (Diritti delle donne, diritti umani, voci di donne) Women Rights, Human Rights, Women’s Voices (2009) Editori Riuniti University Press. Literature for teenagers: Culture 2003 Prize for fiction by Editoria Italiana with (Un gattone a Manhattan e altri racconti) A big cat in Manhattan and other tales; (La piccola farfalla Soleter) The little Butterfly Soleter (2010) Guida; (Le avventure di Snaschi) The Adventures of Snaschi (2013) Di Marsico Libri, formerly Die Abenteuer des Herrn Snaski (2012) Verlag A. Weger.
Up to now her tales have been the starting point for many Italian and foreign school laboratories. She lives in Rome.
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