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By Edgard Telles Ribeiro
*This is the unique publication in Portuguese that was once later translated to English as His personal Man.
About the author:
Brazilian writer and diplomat Edgard Telles Ribeiro (b. 1944) spent a peripatetic youth in Marseille and diverse different ecu towns. After returning to Brazil, he labored as a journalist, filmmaker, and professor of movie reports ahead of coming into the overseas carrier. His debut novel O Craido Mudo (The evening Table), was once released in English to severe acclaim as i might Have enjoyed Him If I Had now not Killed Him, and was once accordingly translated into Dutch, German, and Spanish. Later novels and brief tale collections have garnered probably the most very important literary prizes in Brazil, together with the Jabuti Prize (twice), the Brazilian Academy of Letters Prize; and for his newest novel, HIS personal guy, the Brazilian PEN Prize (2011). He presently divides his time among big apple and Rio de Janeiro.
Sobre o livro:
Em seu novo romance, O PUNHO E A RENDA — que já vem sendo considerado uma obra-prima da ficção política e seu mais importante trabalho —, Edgar Telles Ribeiro, escritor e diplomata, mergulha nos bastidores das embaixadas, revelando suas tensões e disputas. Não se trata, porém, do rendilhado charmoso da vida social das rodas diplomáticas — Edgard abre, pela primeira vez no Brasil, uma caixa preta: tendo como tema a ditadura brasileira e as formas de opressão que o sistema gerou no período do regime militar (1964-1985), a obra revela os subterrâneos sinistros da Operação Condor e lida com os grupos de direita que atuaram dentro do Itamaraty nessa época. Aborda complôs para derrubar governos, cumplicidades com torturas, a sede de subir na carreira.
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Perhaps the modern notion of angst does as well as any other. 9 "Und heisset Gott nach dem ersten Principio nicht Gott, sondern Grimmigkeit, Zornigkeit, ernstlicher Quell, davon sich das Bose urkundet" (De tribus principiis, i, 8). "And God is not called God according to the first Principle; but according to that, he is called Wrathfulness, Anger, the earnest [severe or tart] Source, from which Evil ... (has its} Original" (Bohme, Works, i: 10). 10 "so nun nicht das andere Principium in der Geburt des Sohnes anbrache und aufginge, so ware der Vater ein finster Thai" (De tribus principiis 4, 58).
Wishing to become brighter and more powerful than God, Lucifer exerted contraction in himself to such a degree that the sweet quality was dried up and his body became hard, cold and dark, unable to receive light/love. At this point, Bohme states that God could not foresee this rebellion (or it would not have been a free act) and that he was powerless to prevent it: he could not meet Lucifer with love because Lucifer had already rejected love, while meeting him with anger would only have hastened his downfall.
In the circumstances, it is of primary importance to uncover the aims and strategies that shaped Franckenberg's Bohme-myth. To achieve this, one must recognize the text's genre, the conventions and assumptions on which it relies. That is to say, one must recognize its remarkable conformity to hagiography in the principle governing the selection of material, in the interpretations this receives, and in the personal traits attributed to the hero. Franckenberg's Bohme, in other words, is in every respect a typical, or stereotypical, saint, and may well bear no more resemblance to the actual historical person than the legendary heroes of medieval hagiography did.