The feathers of Gallina de Guinea, Marabú… They mark an ascending sense. As Cirlot points out, for San Gregorio the bird feathers would symbolize faith, contemplation and, the pen to write, also the written verb. The presence of the book in its production is also tinged with symbolic meaning. The book treasures in two significant readings: the book is intellectual, but the book is also freedom.
Ivan de La Torre Amerighi