Harald V. Bergander
Someone who is surfing the web and deliberately goes to this site, may have certain expectations.
A writer should be aware of the eventuality that he might disappoint the readers with his work. But he should not be obliged to explain himself, according to poetical liberty. Seriously written literature without any compromise includes incalculable risks for both the author and the reader.
An extensive text, created through many years and modified innumerable times, which in the moment of publication is entitled a novel, although the definition fragment would be more appropriate, inevitably contains inadequate written passages. Following the examples in the narrative style of the German Romanticism, in such a case the author should put away his pencil and join his protagonists for to learn how the matter could go on. Imagination will not ever have the ability to manage this trick. My dear mother, who was very fond of excellent literature, explained me that the phenomenon might be similar to the blind spot in our eye, the point, where the nerves turn into the brain. It must be present. Or we could not see anything.