Love for Anna
Love for Anna is a psychological love novel, written and designed for young people as well as for adults to help solve their love problems. It covers all kinds of love, platonic, innocent, pure love, falling in love, unrequited, dependent and pathological love.
Ian comes from a small town to Skopje the capital of Macedonia to study at the university where he begins his studies and met Anna. More
This novel describes a love from its beginnings falling in love, its joy, its shallowness and dept and its end unfortunately, because everything has a beginning and an end. Love is described through the eyes and soul of the young hero, his dreams, hidden desires, needs, hopes, obsessions. It captured every segment of his daily mood clearly showing the shortcomings of what it means a man, a young man to love and to be. There is the question that looms from within itself – how far are we ready to go, how far is a young man ready to go submitting himself to the powerful feelings that grow deeper day by day until they reach the level and the strength when you do not know what to do and do not know whether to continue them or give them up.
It describes students life as it is in reality, no sharp deviations, clearly trying not to hide the flaws of today's system and society. Most of all I saw love in a slightly different sense, love that hurts us, love that bears a burden on our shoulders - dependent, pathological love.
That's what happens to Ian, that is what takes him from one to the other extreme that is exactly what spoils the love story that could have ended differently. The purpose of love is to carry you to places where you are prepared to go, its aim is to enjoy it. You cannot enjoy a pathological love, it is like a burden on your shoulders that always pushes you down and down until you lie down helplessly on the ground. Perhaps the reasons for this obsession can be traced back to him, to his view of life, his understanding of the human journey called life, perhaps. Maybe time itself, the differences, the great city feed his fear of rejection and make this pure and genuine love cross all boundaries and become a sort of envy which spoils everything. In this case, it leaves traces on both of them. Deep traces which can never be hidden or forgotten because when once you find yourself in the game called obsession, envy, and unrequited love you will never be able to get out of it if you do not know yourself enough. Writing the letters, Ian realizes how deeply he entered the game and wants to come out but how, when, can he?