A great ship-owner, having the headquarters of his company in London, decides to modify the flow of history with his own two hands... Paul Kilouralios-Efsthenos is the master of the seas, leading his empire to the top of the world. As his ships cross and unite the planet, so do his ideas. For in addition to his ships, Efsthenos also sends out his visions concerning contemporary religious and existential impasses of humanity. He does not see ideas, eras, religions, and events as disconnected entities; rather, he sees that they are all inextricably interrelated. Moreover, going against the modern trend of just "making do", he reminds his fellow man of his noble and free origin. He willingly accepts being considered as one suffering from a need "to put the world right" in order to prove that the solution he proposes is deeply democratic and absolutely aligned with the human character. In his effort to propagate his vision, he is assisted by the birds, the dolphins, the Gods, the lobsters, the children, the natives, the earth, and all the forces of Nature. In this novel, Assonitis delightfully describes the inner world of an insane genius.
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