Does Bizet's Carmen foreshadow the fate of humanity?
She dies at the hand of her lover who failed to privatize her love.
Humanity became privatized at Christmas in 1913, and is dying.
The challenge before us is to reverse history, and resurrect Carmen.
The story, Resurrecting Carmen, comprises the last chapter of the novel, Winning without Victory, by Rolf A. F. Witzsche, which is Episode 3 of the series of novels, The Lodging for the Rose. The series is designed to explore the great renaissance principle, the Principle of Universal Love, the foundation for civilization. The fictional story, Resurrecting Carmen, plays in the mid-1980s in the form of a dialog to explore whether it is really possible to rewrite history and with it create the beginning for a new age once again.
online with love
see Chapter 17