The Cabala

The Cabala

Thornton Wilder

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Double9 Books LLP
Año de edición:
2024
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Ficción clásica
ISBN:
9789360469993
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'The Cabala' by way of Thornton Wilder, is a singular that delves into the complexities of human relationships and the search for which means in lifestyles. Wilder, an American playwright and novelist, is pleasant acknowledged for his acclaimed works together with 'Our Town' and 'The Bridge of San Luis Rey.' Set in Rome, the unconventional follows the reviews of Samuele, a younger American painter, who turns into entangled inside the lives of a collection of eccentric and influential characters. The narrative unfolds via a sequence of interconnected memories, exploring topics of love, friendship, artwork, and the search for non-secular achievement. Wilder’s 'The Cabala' is widely known for its intricate man or woman development and its portrayal of the bohemian lifestyle of the put up-World War I technology. The term 'Cabala' refers to a paranormal and esoteric lifestyle, and Wilder weaves elements of thriller and introspection all through the novel, inviting readers to ponder the deeper dimensions of existence. Through colourful and evocative prose, Wilder crafts a narrative that transcends the boundaries of time and area, supplying a meditation on the human circumstance. 'The Cabala' stands as a testament to Thornton Wilder’s literary versatility and his exploration of profound philosophical and existential questions.

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