“It was dizzying to travel in bodies”: Russian writer wrote a novel on behalf of the coronavirus

“It was dizzying to travel in bodies”: Russian writer wrote a novel on behalf of the coronavirus

The famous Russian writer Inga Kuznetsova wrote a novel on behalf of the coronavirus. The book is called The Wrong Side and will be out soon.

Roman Kuznetsova is the first such work in the world written by the author on behalf of COVID-19, which travels from one carrier to another. This is how the writer describes the sensations of the coronavirus: “It was dizzying to travel in bodies.” The book is very timely and relevant in the light of recent events, and innovative, since it allows you to reveal not only the secret of the pandemic, but also to understand why human ideas about their “I” often do not coincide with the real wrong side.

Inga Kuzntseva calls her hero-narrator a “semi-creature” possessing the fullness of an independent life, which she knows very well. He captured all of humanity, but the author does not call him by the direct name received from scientists in his writings in the novel. This means that the book will be relevant not only for current, but also for future generations, who will be able to see in it any Alien that penetrates into a person. However, today, according to Kuznetsova, society knows exactly who she had in mind.

There are also human heroes in the novel. These are different people with their own ups and downs in destinies and basic requirements of love. They are the Masters of the virus and deserve understanding, despite their incomprehensible actions and actions. The author noted that she does not claim the completeness of the model of humanity she created, but expects structural fidelity.

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