Three different ways to interpret love and death.
In "Death in the Theater" someone has hurled poor William into a whirlpool of paradoxical situations that has flung poor William into a vortex of paradoxical situations that overwhelm a quiet spring morning.
Who has orchestrated his father's death?
A funny and grotesque story.
In "The Devil's Love" the devil moves to a small town and opens a domestic hell for the benefit of the inhabitants: a gambling house.
But what if the devil is in love with a woman?
A story of passion with gothic overtones.
The closing story, "Invisible", short and delicate, looks at a life spent in the shadow of self-imposed exclusion of love.
In all three cases, conflicting emotions alternate in the reading and give rise to unexpected situations.