The narrator invites us to travel with him to eternity. What does a soul think when it leaves the body? The narrator describes his “postmortem” earthy experience. He dies. Or at least that’s what he thinks. While he leaves the mortal substance, he unfolds his heart searching and thoughts about his death and the world he leaves. With an accurate and satiric way he describes how his relatives, friends and the undertaker acted, his moral questions for all those things the human philosophy expects to meet in the other world. But even there, what a bureaucracy! The two conversations of the deceased, one with God and one with Devil, help the narrator attaint the earthy reality and present an Over and Under World, unpleasant for the soul as the esthetic world for the human… When he wakes up he wonders how a real postmortem trip can be an illusion and how all those fictitious people and things could be real. An inner monologue which in a derisive way helps the reader mature and make him think having death as a means to find the substance of life.