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THE PRIVATE MEMOIRS AND CONFESSIONS OF A JUSTIFI

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9780141198941
9,90 лв.
Robert Wringhim knows himself to be one of the Elect: predestined for a salvation which nothing he can do, however criminal or bloody, will prevent. With conviction he records his own devout, dark work, committed in the company of his new friend Gil-Martin - who can pass for Robe...
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Автор James Hogg
Страници 256
Корица мека
Език английски
Година 2012
Дата на получаване 8.05.2012 г.
Издателство PENGUIN BOOKS
ID на книга 20329894
ISBN 9780141198941
Категории Световна класика

'He was constantly harassed with the idea, that the next time he lifted his eyes, he would to a certainty see that face, the most repulsive to all his feelings of aught the earth contained'. Robert Wringhim knows himself to be one of the Elect: predestined for a salvation which nothing he can do, however criminal or bloody, will prevent. With conviction he records his own devout, dark work, committed in the company of his new friend Gil-Martin - who can pass for Robert, and carry other likenesses too. James Hogg's tale of religious fanaticism and evil is a chilling classic of the macabre, and its telling is as troublingly, compellingly duplicitous as Gil-Martin himself. Initially unappreciated, then bowdlerised, it has gone on to have appeal and influence as great as anything in Scottish literature.
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