[ Reading ] ➸ İşte O Adam Author Michael Moorcock – 1sm.info

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10 thoughts on “İşte O Adam

  1. says:

    I read this shortly before reading Moorcock s The Shores of Death sidenote I just typoed this The Shoes of Death which would be a cool title In the three years between Behold the Man and The Shores of Death Moorcock s work seems to have gained an order of magnitude in sophistication Thi


  2. says:

    Karl Glogauer, lonely misunderstood misfit, reaches the end of his rope and volunteers to man an experimental time machine for a friend Glogauer goes to A.D 28 to witness the crucifixion of Jesus Only, nothing is quite the way he remembers it from the Bible John the Baptist is a revolutionary,


  3. says:

    review in english below Um conceito fabuloso que, s por si, quase valia as 5 estrelas e um desenvolvimento admir vel, que nos p e a cabe a a andar roda.A Nota do Autor, no final, interessant ssima e ao mesmo tempo perigosa para livr licos e livr licas como eu.Recomendad ssimo, excepto para crist os fan


  4. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Let me say first, that I am usually a Michael Moorcock fan So.I could not read this book I came in contact with it back when I d been reading all Moorcock s Eternal Champion books So I want to explain why I can t do this book in de


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Behold the Man 1969 originally appeared as a novella in a 1966 issue of New Worlds later, Moorcock produced an expanded version which is the one I read The title derives from the Gospel of John, Chapter 19, Verse 5 Then Jesus came out, wea


  6. says:

    3.0 to 3.5 stars A short book, but filled with emotion and some extremely controversial subjects I thought Moorcock handled the main character well Good use of SF to explore issues of faith, religion and personal discovery.


  7. says:

    You know those science fiction novels where they go back in time, and discover they ve become some well known historical character Like Dirk Gently s Holistic Detective Agency, where the hero finds out he s become the Person from Porlock This novel takes the idea pretty much to its logical conclusion not sure it s possible to trump b


  8. says:

    This felt like a childish attempt to do what Kazantzakis and Graves did far better I love many of Moorcock s books, but this one was hamfisted, pedantic and hopelessly adolescent in its approach to what could have been a very fascinating story It felt less like a real literary work andlike a teenager s attempt to vent his spleen, the sort of


  9. says:

    This has a very retro feel about it It s the 60s, man, a time of beatnik philosophy People psychologically grappling with their own sanity as they explore ideas about what it means to be human This work won t be for everyone The protagonist, Karl, is an unsettled philosophical wanderer of the era He brings so much intensity and insecurity to his rel


  10. says:

    Ovakva ateisti ka pri a mogla je pro i u USA jedino ezdesetih Vrlo hrabro zadiranje i povijest kr anstva sa suludim krajem koji negira temelj kr anske religije, a prikaz Isusa, ovog pravog Isusa je genijalan


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