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Condemned caain wander forever after he kills his brother Abel, Cain makes his way through the world in the company of a personable donkey.
He is a witness to and participant in the stories of Isaac and Abraham, the destruction of the Tower of Babel, Moses and the golden calf, the trials of Job. The rapacious Queen Lilith takes him as her lover.
An old man with two sheep on a rope crosses his path. And again saramao again, Cain encounters a God whose actions librk callous, cruel, and unjust. He confronts Him, he argues with Him. Ver todas las apps de lectura gratuitas de Kindle. Empieza a leer Cain English Edition en tu Kindle en menos de un minuto.
Detalles del producto Tapa dura: A cynical walk through Genesis with all the pitfalls of taking the Scriptures literally, especially its depictions of God. There are some very funny insights, however.
Even the pious will have to giggle at some of the absurdities as the saramgao of Cain travels through a kind of time warp to encounter Saramzgo, Lot, Noah and others, challenging a deity who allows evil to coexist with good. Saramago’s satire shows compassion for Cain and his plight but his unnuanced anger toward God becomes exasperating.
It’s the graits anti-theodicy issue without any new insights. Cain and Saramago would have to enter into the insights of the Prophets and Wisdom portions of the Bible to gain and present a more honest conversation with God and readers.
Through the eyes of a time traveling Cain, this book provides an alternative perspective to the biblical events of the pre-flood era. It also provides the author’s highly critcal view of God.
His wanderings take him east to the Demon Queen Lilith and then on a rather random tour of the Old Testament incuding Abraham’s attempt earamago sacrifice Isaac, the Tower of Babel, Joshua’s battle of Jericho, xe destruction of Sodom and Gomarra, the golden calf and a host of other events. Cain’s experiences are frequently a bit different than as related by the Bible and by most Judeo-Christian authorities.
Without spoiling the story, suffice it to say that Cain’s final adventure is very different from the Biblical version. Saramago’s Cain is not a big fan of the Lord. I enjoyed this book, even though Sarmago’s writing syle was quite unconventional. Early on, it was difficult to follow, but I quickly found myself actually enjoying it.
Finally, if your religious beliefs are devout, you will almost certainly find this book outrageous and blasphemous. If you caain a cynic, or graris open minded, you will probably find it at least interesting if not actualy enjoyable. A short novel dealing with a big subject, that being the relationship between man and God — or more accurately western man and the Judeo-Christian God.
The title identifies the protagonist: Cain, who murdered his brother Abel, and was cursed by God to be a “fugitive and wanderer”. The novel traces his wanderings, through the landscape temporal as well as physical of the Torah. Cain is present at the destruction of the Tower of Babel, at the worshipping of the Golden Calf, at the obliteration of Sodom and Gomorrah, etc. On the occasions, Cain condemns God’s behavior, in making the innocent suffer along with the guilty.
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God does not come off particularly well in these exchanges, while Cain seems a sort of Prometheus, an advocate of humane behavior on the part of the divine. All in all, this is an interesting take on a very old question, as well libeo a story that holds the reader’s interest.
It sent me back to my Bible yes, those horrors really are “by the Book”. In short a powerful book, and wonderfully concise, which I consider quite a compliment saramagk Saramago in that some of his books that I’ve actually liked ie, The Gospel According to Jesus Christ or Seeing seem to test my patience at times, though Saramago was good at delivering in these works. But this one seems to do in sharp strokes what Gospel did in sin waves: Of course, is our hero, a killer whom God cannot thoroughly punish, doomed to find himself outside Jericho or Sodom, where God’s wrath seems a little more self-serving rather than just.
Cain becomes the ultimate cynic, a man flawed and carrying the weight and mark of his own crime, but struggling with the crimes of the world around him. Saramago left off with a precise little book. The killer of his own brother, he is hose as a man with guilt and conscious simultaneously.
We sample the mind of both man and deity in the novel, and understand who stands on moral high ground, imperfect though that ethics may be.
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