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Gioconda Belli. Silvina Ocampo. Sandra Cisneros. Designed by Monkey Pig Inc. Everything naturally written in this novel especially in fictional form even relates to some things that may be natural. We all page at the moment. We all make mistakes and this book definitely shows the mistakes of how people can blame God and take the "Serpent's" side. Just a fictional book, based on someone's dreams on reading something non-fiction. I wanted to see deep within him.
I wanted to touch the air that lived within him, breathe it.
I wanted to know his body and for him to know mine. I wanted another way to speak without words, that would be as clear as when the cat rubs against our legs to show his recognition. Your father felt the same way.
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And I don't even have a degree. But a great fiction. Great imagination to tie in with some parables from history. Since that is what our imagination is based on. Our super large history. He trembled, too, said Eve, smiling. He yelled. I think I did the same.
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That was all. Then we fell asleep It was while making love that Adam became mixed with you two, and with Cain and Abel. I think that is why the look like him. Aug 15, Katie rated it really liked it Shelves: female-author , translated. This book is a fictional retelling of the Adam and Eve story.
It begins with the creation of Adam, continues through the expulsion of Adam and Eve from Eden, and ends shortly after Cain kills Abel. I really enjoy novels that are twists on well known stories. The book provides an interesting perspective of God's motivation for creating the Tree of Knowledge and giving humans free will. Even outside of the context of Adam and Eve, I thought this book just provided a lot of interesting ideas about This book is a fictional retelling of the Adam and Eve story.
Even outside of the context of Adam and Eve, I thought this book just provided a lot of interesting ideas about the process of becoming human and discovering how we fit in with the rest of creation. Really the author sums it up best in her introduction to the book. Sorry, this is long. This novel is not Creationism, it's not Darwinism. It is fiction. Fiction based in the many fictions humankind has woven around this story since time immemorial.
It is a close look at the difficult and dazzling beginning of our species. A recounting of the questions Adam and Eve might have asked themselves and that are paradoxically similar to those we continue to ask ourselves many eons later. So that is why I didn't give it five stars. And maybe it didn't quite deserve five stars. View all 3 comments.
A friend lent me this book. She told me it was the story of creationism and Adam and Eve, but combined with evolution. Yes, I don't know how, but it does, she said. And she was right According to what she said, the book was written by a woman who is in fact a poet and not a novelist. You can tell because the language she uses is prettier and you can tell she takes a lot of care on what words she uses than some novelists do.
The story is what we all know: Adam and Eve "disobey" God and are exiled from Paradise and they have to learn to survive. From there to the death of Abel. But a little bit more detailed in how Adam and Eve learnt to survive. In the beginning I was hooked and wanted to read more and more. The book is quite good, but at feel at some point towards the middle it gets stuck and becomes a bit repetitive.
I mean, ok, I understand it is a surprise for them to realize they have to go to the toilet, and then realize they have to eat to survive, and then realize there are bigger animals that might attack them, but then it becomes monotonous if that is what the whole story is about. After the middle, more towards the end, Adam and Eve's children are born and the story regains its rhythm, seeing how systems of belief are made and the impressive moment of less than a page, I must unfortunately say that combines evolution with creationism.
Well, it's not the best book I've read, but I did enjoy it. It was interesting, unusual, and unusual in terms of the types of books I usually read. And I thank the recommendation! Sep 20, Theresa rated it really liked it. This was an intriguing fictional account of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and what happened after they were forced from the Garden.
Unlike a similar book I recently read, this one is not so much about what they did, but is about how they learned what it meant to be human.
They had to discover what hunger was and how to make it go away. The narration of how Adam learned that he could kill and eat animals was quite fascinating. Eve was an unwilling participant, only reluctantly abandoning her This was an intriguing fictional account of Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden and what happened after they were forced from the Garden. Eve was an unwilling participant, only reluctantly abandoning her vegetarian ways when she became so weak as the season turned cold and vegetation disappeared.
crocposubjame.tk She later blames Adam for introducing death into the world, feeling that without that practice of killing, Abel may have survived. This was also a story about relationships. We see how the relationship with God changed. We see the relationship between Adam and Eve and their relationship with the Serpent, which, for Eve, continues for some time after the expulsion.