What Dreams May Come

by

Patrick James Sheehan

Upon learning of the death of his only child, an American scholar of medieval European literature self-imposes an exile equal to that of his condemned hero Dante Alighieri and wanders the French countryside in search of the meaning of life.

You call me a misanthrope because I avoid society. You err; I love society. Yet in order not to hate people, I must avoid their company.
Caspar David Friedrich (1774-1840)

Guglielmo.
The Tree of Crows by Caspar David Friedrich.
Located at the Musée du Louvre in Paris, France.


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