“The rhetorical figure found in the oxymoronic title Un’Odissea minuta [A minute Odyssey] by Daniel Di Schüler immediately calls our attention to what we will find inside its pages: the discrepancy between an all-embracing existence, and an obsessive attention to detail. It is both metaphorical voyage and immobility in a space that is only apparently circumscribed. The attention paid to a present comprised of a start – the start of the day, with its awakening, its fading, its rituals – and the expansion to a time that is multifarious, relegated, sounded out through the notes…”



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