gentle spiral" of the famous Bulgarian writer Yordan Radichkov is
perhaps one of the most powerful stories I''ve read ever..This is a story
that is breathtaking, and after reading it remains a mystery in the
soul of the reader. With great verve creative writer captures the most
interesting moments of what he wants to present to serve as a tool to
influence over us, the readers.
The story begins
with traveling in Ludogorie''s forest.. Here it is interesting that the
narrator is a character in the story suck in their breath. On returning
from hunting, some people in the crowded carriage, witnessed a few
strange things on your own to confuse them in all possible way. Here,
took a major role in what happens, ends and nature itself, which
completes the picture in a very stunning way. Hero-narrator, Radichkov,
introduces us directly into the story, describing a strange winter
picture, a huge pine forest, which seemed to hide their secrets.
Work and her philosophy is deep, very comprehensive issues related to
nature and its quirks and peculiarities. And its unexpected interactions
with the soul of the hero-narrator and his companions rise in readers
an essential question. As if nature has adopted udohotvorila and mental
outlook, which enchant and ourselves are also pushing to have responded
to this profound question that intrigues us so much and puzzles. What
group meeting in the winter, cold day? How one in the middle of pristine
wilderness, dog roses became an object of admiration and wonder!? And
how early bird drop-down, which describes the spirals in the air, turned
into an interesting, mysterious enigma? How some drops of blood left
traces on the white snow, awakens in us a sense of awe, wonder, awe and
even a little sadness .
Is it a curse? Whether it is a testament of
the landscape and its features and mysterious country ..? Answers lie
within us, and what began to describe our souls as we read ... When you
feel ... and feel that describe simple circles or spirals gently draw!
Can we have the same feelings , what the hero-narrator felt, and then
reflected in this fascinating and irresistible, admirable, story?