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Barabbas By Pär Lagerkvist Barabbas Barabbas appara t dans les vangiles comme un personnage trouble du ter si cle apr s J C R sistant l oppression romaine ou simple bandit il sera jug en m me temps que le Christ et quand Ponce Pilate

  • Title: Barabbas
  • Author: Pär Lagerkvist
  • ISBN: 2234061741
  • Page: 143
  • Format: broch
  • Barabbas By Pär Lagerkvist Barabbas appara t dans les vangiles comme un personnage trouble du ter si cle apr s J C R sistant l oppression romaine, ou simple bandit, il sera jug en m me temps que le Christ, et quand Ponce Pilate demande au peuple de choisir entre ces deux hommes, c est Barabbas que le peuple graciera Le roman de P r Lagerkvist restitue la vie mouvement e et la conscience inqui te de Barabbas apr s qu il a vu ex cut celui que les premiers Chr tiens annoncent comme leur Sauveur Il est tout d abord sceptique le fils de Dieu lui m me se serait laiss ex cuter ainsi Pour sauver l humanit Mais Barabbas ne sera plus le m me apr s avoir assist ce moment historique, la crucifixion de J sus sur le mont Golgotha A travers ce destin, P r Lagerkvist plonge le lecteur dans la p riode de formation du christianisme Il en d peint l intensit et le caract re d terminant.
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    1. JohnJohn on said:

      Barabbas le pleutre condamn mort par crucifixion est graci pour laisser sa place un certain J sus.En quittant le champs de son supplice, il croise le regard de celui qui va le remplacer, il croise le regard du Christ sa m tamorphose de commencer.Un tr s beau roman de l unique P r Lagerkvist

    2. éclectique on said:

      J ai lu ce petit roman quand la collection du Livre de Poche en tait ses d buts c est dire il y a environ 50 ans Ce roman raconte ce que devient Barabbas qui a t lib r alors que le Christ a t crucifi Romancier su dois exceptionnel sur l homme, P r Lagerkvist est toujours rest mes yeux remarquable Que vous lisiez Le Nain, Le bourreau, Ames masqu es, La Sibylle, vrai dire qu importe ce sont tout des petits romans de premi re force, mais Barabbas ajoute au talent de l auteur, la fa on d aborder ce [...]

    3. Nancy H on said:

      The book by Par Lagerkvist is open to interpretation, with the reader pondering at the end whether Barabbas chose Jesus or chose the dark The book relied on the social structure and events of the day to develop the life Barabbas may have had after being freed from prison The book is much better than a movie of the same name based on the book.

    4. John M Yoakum on said:

      This book remains one of the great works of literature It was the last most recent book by Lagerkvist before he was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature Clearly, the book shows how deserving he was of that award.

    5. Pamela S. Simone on said:

      I saw the film several times since I was a teenager and always wanted to the book While there are some significant changes from the book, the film did capture Barabbas spiritual struggle almost as well as the book.Peter captures it best at the end of the book when he points out to the other prisoners that we all share the burden of being fallible Who better to defend Barabbas than the disciple who denied Christ.I think Lagerkvist did an excellent job imagining life for Barabbas after the crucifi [...]

    6. The Spinozanator on said:

      Barabbas was a notorious criminal of some sort introduced by the gospel of Mark possibly a fictional character The other three canonical gospels and the gospel of Peter followed Mark s lead and also told the Barabbas story According to a Roman or Jewish custom, depending on which gospel you read, the governor might allow the crowd to decide to release one of the condemned during the Passover celebration This custom is mentioned only in these gospels not in any other historical source of the time [...]

    7. Kim and Cerena Sessions on said:

      One of my favorite movies so I wanted to read the book Glad I did

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