The Fifth Gospel PDF ePub eBook

Books Info:

The Fifth Gospel free pdf Mario Pomilio was a novelist, editor, and literary critic, releasing 8 novels, a book of short stories, and various books of criticismover his career. The Fifth Gospel is Pomilio's most important work- it marks the culmination of the complex thematic evolution of his work as a whole. Itwas originally published in Italy in 1975 and won the Napoli Prize and the Maria Cristina Prize. Umberto C. Mariani and Alice J. Mariani have translated it into English for the first time.While for Mario Pomilio the essential condition of man in our time is markedly our solitude, our alienation, and our sense of having lost control of both the physical universe and of human history (even as science and technology assure us we are gaining it), The Fifth Gospel tells the story of a search for a message of hope and salvation that is presented as realizable. Although the search almost always ends tragically, it is constantly reborn- if its failure can be cause for alienation and despair, its constant revival throughout the centuries is a harbinger of hope.

About Mario Pomilio

Mario Pomilio was an author, editor, and literary critic. He was born in 1921 in Orsogna, Italy, and passed away in 1990. Umberto C. Mariani is professor emeritus in the Italian Department at Rutgers University. Alice J. Mariani, also retired, holds a PhD in comparative literature from Yale University.

Details Book

Author : Mario Pomilio
Publisher : Hamilton Books
Data Published : 10 July 2014
ISBN : 0761863958
EAN : 9780761863953
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 298 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
Rating :

Reviews The Fifth Gospel



17 Comments Add a comment




Related eBooks Download


  • The Lost Gospel free pdfThe Lost Gospel

    This work describes how the Gospel of Judas was discovered. why it was historically denounced as heresy. and what is says about the disciple's role in the plan for salvation..


  • The Gospel of Grace for Wounded Sojourners free pdfThe Gospel of Grace for Wounded Sojourners

    In this collection of sermons. Dr. Albert Walsh. after more than three decades of pastoral ministry. presents the gospel message as the Christ-centered proclamation of hope for all those who sojourn along the path of life..


  • True to the Faith free pdfTrue to the Faith

    The Acts of the Apostles is about more than the spread of the gospel to the ends of the earth. By the time the ascended Christ had sent the Holy Spirit to guide his disciples. they had no doubt what the basics of the gospel message were: that Christ died for our sins..


  • True to the Faith free pdfTrue to the Faith

    The Acts of the Apostles is about more than the spread of the gospel to the ends of the earth. By the time the ascended Christ had sent the Holy Spirit to guide his disciples. they had no doubt what the basics of the gospel message were: that Christ died for our sins..


  • The Gospel of Grace and Truth free pdfThe Gospel of Grace and Truth

    The Gospel of John is one of the most widely read and cherished books of the Bible. For those seeking to know and grasp the message and theology of John's Gospel. THE GOSPEL OF GRACE AND TRUTH provides a thorough and enlightening introduction..


  • The Fifth Gospel free pdfThe Fifth Gospel

    . Mario Pomilio was a novelist, editor, and literary critic, releasing 8 novels, a book of short stories, and various books of criticismover his career. The Fifth Gospel is Pomilio's most important wo