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Sous le soleil de Satan

A escritura Esta imagen toma vida por vez primera en Bajo el sol de Satanas Satanas la presencia del Mal es el polo constitutivo Satanas es la mentira el. An abject young priest encounters the Evil One in provincial France Sounds interesting enough but Bernanos takes it in an unexpected direction This novel is not a supernatural thriller rather it is an exploration on the banality of evil spiritual agony despair misunderstandings Bernanos Saint of Lumbres is not a joyful saint his way is the via Dolorosa most especially the mystery of the scourging But spiritual agony is not an easy subject for an author to convey and often I felt myself lost in the oscillating emotional and spiritual states that Bernanos and his Enlgish translator was trying to describe A large chunk of this novel covers a single night but felt like an eternity perhaps that was the intended effect If you re a sanguine person I wouldn t recommend this novel Electromyography for Experimentalists unexpected direction This novel is not a supernatural thriller rather it is an exploration on the banality of evil spiritual agony despair misunderstandings Bernanos Saint of Lumbres is not a joyful saint his way is the via Dolorosa most especially the mystery of the scourging But spiritual agony is not an easy subject for an author to convey and often I felt myself lost in the oscillating emotional and spiritual states that Bernanos and his Enlgish translator was trying to describe A large chunk of this novel covers a single night but felt like an eternity perhaps that was the intended effect If you re a sanguine person I wouldn t recommend this novel

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A pesar del origen parisino de Georges Bernanos son los paisajes de la region de Artois el lugar preferente en su espiritu como ambito de entonacion de l. pretty cool and intense book about getting tempted by satan and scourging yourself with a big ole whip thing

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Euivoco y el silencio ue actuan en el interior de cada ser pues dentro del corazon humano es donde se desarrolla la eterna lucha entre Dios y el demonio. Binsse and Morris are about tied in their masterful translations of this masterpiece the Morris has a Victorian torue the Binsee maintains a slightly flexible awestruck lyricism The later translation called Under Satan s Sun is of little use

  • Paperback
  • 400
  • Sous le soleil de Satan
  • Georges Bernanos
  • Spanish
  • 20 August 2019
  • 9788437609485

About the Author: Georges Bernanos

Georges Bernanos était un écrivain français gagneur du Grand Prix du Roman de l'Académie française en 1936 avec Journal d'un curé de campagneGeorge Bernanos was a French writer His 1936 book Journal d'un curé de campagne Diary of a Country Priest won the Grand Prix du roman de l'Académie française



10 thoughts on “Sous le soleil de Satan

  1. says:

    This book has been on my radar for a while After reading Diary of A Country Priest in a few different courses in school I had always intended to circle back but had not done so This specific book had been recommended to me a few times but it was out of print and hard to track down That has now been resolved by Cluny Media Cluny is in the process or restoring to print in new editions many Catholic Classics They have the goal of promoting C

  2. says:

    I won't normally put books read for dissertation purposes up here but this one deserves a review Bernanos was one of the most important French Catholic novelists of the 20th century This book is intense mostly in a good way

  3. says:

    pretty cool and intense book about getting tempted by satan and scourging yourself with a big ole whip thing

  4. says:

    What is this book about? They say about the path to holiness About self sacrifice and adversities that must be overcome in this way But why is it missing this holy glory?Perhaps because glory is no longer an earthly human and sensual matter And because we are able to describe only what we have experienced ourselves the au

  5. says:

    In early 20th century France a simple minded country priest fights a hopeless battle against the sins of his parishioners and at times he believes even Satan himself incarnate and appearing before him to mock his efforts His desperate zealotry leads him to extreme measures from asceticism to self flagellation to even rejecting his own salvation This novel is gets pretty intense after a slow start so stick with it Regarding the main characte

  6. says:

    An abject young priest encounters the Evil One in provincial France Sounds interesting enough but Bernanos takes it in an unexpected direction This novel is not a supernatural thriller rather it is an exploration on the banality of evil spiritu

  7. says:

    A masterpiece of literature

  8. says:

    Meandering Bernanos writes much says little Still it's always good to remember the devil exists and seeks our damnation

  9. says:

    Binsse and Morris are about tied in their masterful translations of this masterpiece the Morris has a Victorian torue the Binsee maintains a slightly flexible awestruck lyricism The later translation called Under Satan's Sun is of little use

  10. says:

    This was a slog to get through There is no doubt George Bernanos can describe spiritual anxiety and anguish but the inner turmoil the protagonist endures in this novel is incoherently narrated and none of the characters e

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