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Originally published in with the first English edition in , Christ Recrucified is still in print. Sounds interesting. Always mystified by those Christians who protested the film. Like Like. Christ Recrucified is well worth reading. I first read it in my late teens after seeing the French film adaptation. I re-read it a couple of years ago and it was better than I remembered. I have never understood the carry on about the film though, I imagine that it was something to do with the fact that Christ married, though I have read that a man could not be considered a full adult until he married in Jewish society at that time as is the case in many traditional societies.
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One Minute Book Review – Christ Recrucified by Nikos Kazantzakis
Originally published in with the first English edition in , Christ Recrucified is still in print. Sounds interesting. Always mystified by those Christians who protested the film. Like Like. Christ Recrucified is well worth reading. I first read it in my late teens after seeing the French film adaptation.
This is more than just fiction, is more than just a story, but then again, all books are more than just stories , some action in which you can find delight or not; Christ Recrucified felt more like an exploration of human capabilities to reach the highest they can get. It starts as a game, or rather a play. People from a Greek village, Lycovrisi, are chosen by those who held the political, religious. The writing : It is exquisite. With no exaggeration. Kazantzakis is a talented author. The phrases are not too short, the dialogue is not hollow I don't think there were any shallow remarks or dull conversations and the paragraphs give a lot of information regarding : the weather, the places , the mentality that governed those times, the ideas, the vices of men, the people and their beastly instincts, how they separate from animals, how they fight against what threatens them and their beliefs.
The story concerns the attempts of a fictional Greek village community deep in Anatolia in to stage a Passion Play - which, as the title suggests, ends up with their in effect re-enacting the events of Jesus Christ 's trial , suffering and death. The name of the village is Lycovrisi Wolf-spring , under Ottoman rule. The village holds Passion Plays every seven years and the elders of the village choose the actors from among the villagers. Manolios, who is chosen to play the role of Christ , is a humble shepherd boy who was once a novice in a monastery.
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