THE NIGHT AND ITS TALES: REFLECTIONS
Three characters journey towards rediscovery: A young writer obsessed with making a name for himself, as he seeks the perfect story; a man who wants his biography; and the Old Man who seeks to be heard.
But the tales lead the young writer to a deeper revelation about himself. Will he succumb or will he overcome the night?
Once upon a time, the night was meant for sleep… But now, it bears many tales.
Much happen whenever the day goes to sleep. The night bears many tales and these characters unravel the dictates of the night.
The night is the most important part of the day. At night, you can gaze at the sky for hours without anyone thinking you might be crazy, or you can stare at the wall for as long as you can without interruption.
The night, the part of any day where you can regroup, reminisce, ponder, regret or do whatever you want.
How many among us have looked up into the heavens in the dark, lost in wonder, at the vastness of space and the beauty of the night, tracing histories and boundaries?
Once upon a time, the night was meant for sleep… Now, The Night bears many tales.
In The Night and its Tales, much happens whenever the day goes to sleep.
Three characters unravel the dictates of the night. The Writer, the Old Man and the Narrating Voice reveal the actions of the night.
These characters journey towards rediscovery: One young writer, obsessed with making a name for himself, sought for the perfect story; another, a man who wants him to write his biography; and yet another, the Old Man who seeks to be heard.
The Old Man’s tales lead the writer to a deeper revelation about himself. Will he succumb or will he overcome the night?
All answers to these questions are found in The Night and its Tales by Onwuneme Yahwedalu Miracle.