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I, Judas by Taylor Caldwell

I, Judas (edition 1978)

by Taylor Caldwell

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Title:I, Judas
Authors:Taylor Caldwell
Info:Signet (1978), Paperback, 337 pages
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De entre las ruinas de la Biblioteca de Alejandría, Iberías, un monje egipcio cristiano, recupera un manuscrito milagrosamente salvado de las llamas. Escondido bajo su túnica, se lo lleva al Valle de los Reyes para leerlo lejos de miradas indiscretas. Su sorpresa no podría ser mayor: escrito en un griego muy culto, el manuscrito es el diario de Judas Iscariote. En su lectura, Iberías descubre que Judas era hijo de una familia judía y farisea, y no el pobre ladrón que todos creían que era. La pobreza de Judas era en realidad voluntaria. Según el manuscrito, se había desprendido de todas sus riquezas para seguir al Mesías. Pero ésta no es más que la primera sorpresa que Iberías se lleva con esta lectura que le revelará a un Judas bajo un punto de vista mucho más humano.
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Judas, the myth, history's arch betrayer who sold his Lord for thirty pieces of silver and stands for all time as a figure to be rejected and reviled; Judas, the man, son of wealth and power, a young rebel, a disciple who fought to suppress the lusts of his flesh and hot-blooded pride to follow Jesus, and who became the victim of a monstrously diabolical lie when he committed the act that damned him in the eyes of the world; now the man and not the myth comes alive in the most startling and spellbinding retelling of the greatest story ever told: the ultimate triumph of the novelist who has thrilled countless millions with her magic.
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Recreates the times, the politics and the persuasions of the Biblical events of Judas Iscariot's life.

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