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Aion, Lemarac: Tangled in Web
14 November 2008

Tangled in Web is a novel about the love between two men who meet in internet. A novel of many texts full of sincerity and crudity. About non-reached boy indulgence and the dream of it. Deep true emotional experiences spread in the endless web space, and the new intimacy generated just because of the unachievable intimacy. Stories about the sex experiences with somebody else in the meaning of declaration of love. And search. Search of unity with the other through the story of oneself, about the important events in life and the ideas about the world and people.

The web chaotically distributes the roles, overturns the values and makes the things and the feelings to become truer, but in the same time shake the trust in the truth of the world. The web provokes the desire to present oneself as the ideal other one, to build in front of the interlocutor the images of an acceptable and close to his imagination and desired man. Exactly this is what makes Aion and Lemarac to disclose their real feelings, to share frankly their daily fears, meetings, joys. Fear is missing, the masks are taken off - the invisible does not need to be covered, it needs confession. Both are open in front of the cold screen because it shines with their love and aspiration for the other. The borders between them are physical, sensitive but their love transforms them into a feeling of intimacy.

The texts of the epistolary novel Tangled in Web are not closed in the sense of their order or the context of the reader's expectations or the lack of classical author. They are part of the destiny of the reader in the act of reading as every reader could contact the heroes of the novel using their up-to-date email addresses. Why could not we experience the live contact with the heroes of the interactive literature?

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