“Medea” di Debora De Bartolo
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“Medea” di Debora De Bartolo

“la surreale visione della eco dei ricordi, l’azione condizionata dal vissuto”
“The past is not dead; it is not even past. We cut ourselves off from it; we pretend to be strangers.”
Christa Wolf, “Patterns of Childhood”
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model: Paola Daniele

ph: Debora De Bartolo
http://dbrdbr.tumblr.com/
debora.debartolo@yahoo.it

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