About TravelThinkGrow


Binational (Italian & Dutch). Passionate of literature and existentialism. I also have strong political views and enjoy long talks around it. Other than that, I have a strange passion for dystopic novels/movies/stories.

Favorite Books:
Crime and Punishment - F. Dostoevsky
Favorite Authors:
Dostoevsky, Camus, Katzantzakis, Flaiano, Pirandello, Winslow
Favorite Movies:
The Big Lebowsky
Favourite TV Shows:
The Wire
Favorite Music:


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09 Mar 2021
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Topic: What are you watching on TV
Posted: 19 Mar 2021 03:00

I am watching "The Americans", which I expected to be a sort of high-adrenaline and forced twists kind of TV Shows that I usually don't like, but turned to be completely different and actually quite enjoyable.

Topic: What quote from literature or any media stands out to you?
Posted: 19 Mar 2021 02:58

There's one from Zorba the Greek about why we read books, but unfortunately I can't find it and don't have the book with me at the moment.

As a second best though, I would go for the following, from J.P. Sartre:

"That is what I mean when I say that man is condemned to be free. Condemned, because he did not create himself, yet is nevertheless at liberty, and from the moment that he is thrown into this world he is responsible for everything he does"

Topic: Excited to be here
Posted: 18 Mar 2021 09:09

Hi there! I am excited to have found this platform to share some of my stories and, especially, to read some others (already read some of them!) I found this way too late, as it could have helped when I stopped writing for some time in the past. You may think from the only story I have uploaded that I am (only) a boring existentialist, but I also enjoy sports, TV Shows and I also write dystopic/sci-if stories and novels.

Looking forward to read more and more!

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The Dome

  I glance at my swollen belly, disgustingly wet from the sweating, while sitting on the creaking chair in this awful tavern. My old and weak hands are holding a pint of warm beer, barely enlightened by a feeble light coming from a small lamp hanging just above the counter I have my elbows on. Next to me, on a small plate, a horrifying resemblance of a toast.   I think about home,...

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