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The Eve of Paramour is a mythical and romantic exercise dealing with the ontological identities of a fragmented Haitian people facing the disintegration of its homeland.
Guided by a phenomenology of questions (as the biological Big Bang of culture), a poetic manifesto, and a myth of inspiration, it seeks to create a mythical universe to replace the myths of the homeland threatened by degradation.
Polarized between desolation at home and nostalgia abroad, it attempts, nonetheless, to offer a utopian metaphysical solution to help with the restoration of a common identity for Haitians everywhere.
Written in a disjunctive and often nihilistic postmodern trend, it mirrors the wretched and chaotic states governing the nation of Haiti today.
Although inspired by the Haitian condition, The Eve of Paramour finds universality in the existential ontological crisis facing all refugees and their descendants who have had their homelands destroyed by dictators, wars, and natural disasters.