Talks, taifasuri, sofas, portraits
This volume of conversations with my fellows, those who through their work have given us the joy of escaping the spirit, is our fifth op of such a bill. I consider dialogue as one of the most stimulating ways of knowing people and see it as a path that can lead to the much desired communion. The occupation of a radio and television man for almost a lifetime allowed me to practice this kind of press and to give it, as some of the commentators observed, but especially many listeners, viewers and readers, a personal coloring. The taifas, the sofa, the conversation in my perspective wore the robe of confession, thus often outlining the fabric of words, inner portraits.