Ricardo Ludovico Gulminelli Launches New Marketing Campaign for 'Fraudulent Fertilisation'
Mar Del Plata, Argentina
Morals are questioned in the new fiction "Fraudulent Fertilisation" (published by Trafford Publishing) by author Ricardo Ludovico Gulminelli.
In 'Fraudulent Fertilisation,' Roberto Burán, heir to a millionaire fortune, is caught in a series of intriguing events. A young woman named Alicia seduces him in order to obtain a sample of his semen to use for artificial insemination. The two fall in love, but their relationship soon comes to an end when Burán learns about the reason for his seduction. After the child is born, a litany of legal issues arises. It is a conflict between the basest impulses of human beings and the honesty and loyalty of love.
"The premise is a sure hook," says Gulminelli. "Such an unforeseen nightmare is only one of many new dilemmas societies must solve or suffer from as rapid scientific advancement merges with eroding expectations of privacy and individual sovereignty."
Literary critic Tod Mercer says about the book:
"Fraudulent Fertilisation is a strikingly realistic paternity struggle set in Mar del Plata, Argentina, during the 1980s. It comments critically on laws which cause innocent women to lack choices, and on the broad vulnerability to involuntary reproduction that now exists. It packs a scared straight effect similar to that stimulated by the movie Fatal Attraction, but does so as a character study of modern romantics and intelligent schemers."
About the Author
Born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1948, Ricardo Ludovico Gulminelli currently works as a lawyer and acts as an arbitrate judge. He is also a professor at Mar del Plata National University (Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata) where he has been teaching commercial law since 1975. He participates in and designs conferences, publications, courses and legislative projects.
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