The Last Confession
Center Point Pub., 2001 - 248 páginas
"Bruno was that perilous thing, a free spirit, and suffered death for his right to certain concepts. I knew from conversations with Morris that Giordano Bruno was a soul mate, someone with whose life history Morris identified, even though Morris possessed a somewhat less strident temperament than Broads. "Failed priest," as Morris has Bruno declare in this tale, "fugitive monk, magus with a box of conjuring tricks, boaster, prevaricator, would be torchbearer trudging through his own darkness, garrulous in dialogue, viperous in debate."
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The last confessionReseña de usuario - Not Available - Book Verdict
This sobering and intense novel is a tribute to both Giordano Bruno, a Dominican monk who was burned at the stake for heresy in 1600, and the author himself, who firmly believed in his right to ... Leer reseña completa
LibraryThing ReviewReseña de usuario - MarkKeeffe - LibraryThing
One of the few books that I didn't bother finishing. It was too boring. Not anything like other Morris West books I've read. Leer reseña completa