Felicity belongs to those figures of children whose birth and origin cannot be recalled, without a future at birth. They are children for which birth remains a fact based on the evidence of their presence, without becoming the locus for an impression on identity. The givenness of their life has been framing politics of solitude at the base of the birth of the individual and literary stereotypes of sadness, criminality, chance and fortuity, then love, liberation and accomplishment.