Author: Martin Camaj
Description: Tyrannies, as well as uneasiness and passing storms, have attempted to construct false and erroneous gates. As in any pantheon, Martin enters only through the main gate of the narrow edifice of Albanian letters, where he is taking his place. And, as the name implies, that gate only knows the great reasons. As it was once said, in describing Easter night, the unforgettable De Rada described "the angels who make only their feast." No small noises are made at the upper table, where the pride of literature has taken place, and no ordinary profiles are approached. Because there is always understanding and harmony, the celebration never stops and the candlesticks are never extinguished.
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