MATJAŽ LUNAčEK: A STORY FROM ANOTHER HOUSE
What is it like when a psychotherapist writes a novel set in a historical setting? So that in it we actually read about his principles of life. The book is set in the middle of the 19th century, but thematically it is not tied to time, as its message is universal: "It is necessary in every way to develop psychologically, which is enabled by books and important interpersonal contacts beyond the superficial." Only he who has an open mind and heart lives fully.'' The tension escalates until the strange ending, at which we get the feeling that the story is writing itself.
The discussion will be led by the editor of the book, Danaja Lorenčič.