The publisher commissioned this book to the writer. The former, subsequently, put it under the supervision of his British friend Lawrence Stern. A story was born out of the chain of collaborations, its objective is to please, as the confession of an encounter between a man and a woman is always beautiful and hopeful. The setting, the international conference for the European Cultural Identity that was held in Paris in the year of our Lord 1988, wasn't an ideal place for such events. As for the opportunity that occurred, it would have had no future whatsoever, if daring decisions hadn't been taken. As a result, everything fell in place during the train journey from Paris to Strasbourg. Yet, everything would still have been forgotten if it hadn't been for the assistance of the great artist Gustave Courbet (1819 - 1877). The delivery of his painting "The Origin of the World", to the ambassador of the Ottoman State in Paris Chalil Bae in 1866, offered humanity a priceless gift.
The prospective reader understands that the publisher, the writer and Lawrence Stern are his hosts and invite him to a game that will be both beneficial and pleasing (which means that the whole affair is absolutely serious).