A 30-year-old man was found thrown in the trash. When he wakes up in the hospital, has completely lost his memories - initially, even knowledge of his mother tongue. They call him "Joe Brown", a common name, since no one knows or can discover anything about his past.
Like a young protoplast, Joe Brown is confronted with the world around him. But how can such an immaculate person, as pure and innocent as a small child, to integrate into the modern, ruthless society;
This is the core of Antigone Siomou's novel, με τίτλο «Παραμύθα» ή, otherwise, Introduction to Everyday Life, published by Twilight Publications.
Let's listen, Nevertheless, what does Joe Brannut himself have to say in quotes:
I do not have a name. My name is unknown.
That's why they found me a name.
My name is now Joe Brown.
I never understood why Dr. Stevenson and Mr. Robert
they chose to call me that.
Sure, I never understood anything of all this paranoia
taking place around me.
Maybe, Nevertheless, and do not know exactly what the word "paranoia" means.
I may not use that word correctly.
I know practically nothing.