- Author:Henrik Stangerup
- Publisher:Marion Boyars Publishers Ltd; First Edition edition (July 1, 2000)
- Pages:280 pages
- Subcategory:Literature & Fiction
- FB2 format1336 kb
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- DJVU format1205 kb
- Formats:rtf doc mobi lit
Brother Jacob: a novel. With Brother Jacob, Stangerup has completed his Kierkegaard trilogy of the three stages on life's road: the ethical, the aesthetic, and the religious.
Brother Jacob: a novel. The earlier novels were The Road to Lagoa Santa.
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Fascinating, disturbing, thought provoking. com User, September 7, 2000.
THE PROTAGONIST of Henrik Stangerup's unusual historical novel is Jacob the Dane, younger brother of the . Historical evidence for Jacob's life is scant, but Stangerup has been faithful to the details that are known.
THE PROTAGONIST of Henrik Stangerup's unusual historical novel is Jacob the Dane, younger brother of the 16th-century monarch Christian II, and a man of consummate virtue. Jacob became a Franciscan friar at a time when the Lutheran Reformation was sweeping Europe.
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Translation of 'Broder Jacob' (Copenhagen, 1991).
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EUROPEAN FICTION BROTHER JACOB By Henrik Stangerup. The final novel in the Danish writer Henrik Stangerup's trilogy of European historical fiction, "Brother Jacob" may be his best and most profound. Though studded with bloody episodes of the primitive, as befits its 16th-century setting, the drama, as energetically translated by Anne Born, turns on the commitments and renunciations of men and women for whom philosophy equals destiny. The title character, a member of the Danish royal family, joins the Franciscans just as Renaissance turns to Reformation.