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A writer’s delicate sense of the terrifying

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IN Neni Sta. Romana-Cruz’s world of terror, memory is an insidious instrument. Houses ancestral are remembered, deaths of loved ones are recalled but it is in the remembering that the past haunts not as a metaphor but as the present accommodating what should have been gone, or vanished. And so we meet once more those who have long ago died and we see those that are supposed to be unseen. The terror is in the fact that our logical way of perceiving is not only put to task but also tested for applicability. Thus, in the narrators presented by Romana-Cruz in her collection of gothic tales, there is always a person whose claim to reality is impeccable but is nevertheless forced to admit that there are separate realities beyond what has been taught to us by our teachers or confessors. And these are nice, normal people.

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