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Personal Name: Morgan, Robin, 1941-. On this site it is impossible to download the book, read the book online or get the contents of a book. The administration of the site is not responsible for the content of the site. The data of catalog based on open source database. All rights are reserved by their owners. Download book The burning time, Robin Morgan.
The Burning Time book. A fantastic page-turner . Robin Morgan, a prolific feminist author did a wonderful job in her fictional portrayal of a woman who takes over the manor & is independent, clever & compassionate. The herstorical details & characters are really well done. Jan 16, 2016 Megan rated it liked it. Shelves: 14th-century, feminism, historical-fiction, ireland, witchcraft. Regardless of beliefs, I came for a novel.
Robin Morgan’s historical novel on women who fought the Inquisition. Melville House Books, 2006. Readers are drawn into this gripping story of the Inquisition and forced conversion of the Irish from the Old Religion to Catholicism. The plot shifts between Lady Alyce and Bishop de Ledrede and keeps the tension at a fever pitch. Robin Morgan’s riveting novel The Burning Time may be about the Inquisition-the guts of it we never learned in school-but it’s also frighteningly relevant today. And it would make a hell of a movie! -JANE FONDA. The Burning Time is a literary potion, a finely written and deeply wise book. Must reading for all women’s studies students and professors.
Robin Morgan, the well-known Second Wave feminist, decided to take on the Inquisition (the Medieval Inquisition, or the six-century-long Burning Time ), which was truly unexpected when it landed in Ireland in the 14th century. The Irish had happily been practicing both Catholicism and what is referred to in Morgan’s book as the Craft, or Wicca, for thousands of years, while the Church looked on indulgently. Then they were sent a bishop with a grudge and boom!, the whole country ends up plagued by religious strife for centuries . But if you want to learn something, with a bit of fancy thrown in, this is your book. The Burning Time by Robin Morgan Melville House Publishing ISBN: 193363300X 300 pages.
Robin Morgans novel The Burning Time may be about the Inquisitionthe guts of it we never learned in schoolbut its also frighteningly relevant today. And it would make a hell of a movie. The Burning Time is typical of Robin Morgans work: beautifully written, passionate, always interesting. Its also rich in splendid imaginationa quality very rare in American fiction writers nowadays. So now, I've read a fiction book by her and once again, I felt such a connection to her brilliance, compassion, strength and love of women. I'm 28 and I swear I wish i had been involved in the movement with Robin.
The Burning Time (2012). About book: "A fantastic page-turner. Declared a dangerous heretic by the Pope’s emissary, Lady Alyce determines to fight back. Against the penalty of being burned at the stake, she risks all to protect her people, her faith, and her beloved Ireland.
Robin Morgan is an award-winning poet and writer, author of the memoir Saturday’s Child and the best-selling The Demon Lover: The Roots of Terrorism. Библиографические данные. The Burning Time: A Novel. Melville House Pu. 2006.
Robin Morgan's riveting novel The Burning Time may be about the Inquisition-the guts of it we never learned in school-but it’s also frighteningly relevant today. And it would make a hell of a movie! - -JANE FONDA. The Burning Time is a literary potion, a finely written and deeply wise book, a warning, a calling: that we refuse to be translated, interpreted, censored, or stifled by those who fear u. EVE ENSLER.
About The Burning Time. One of the founders of contemporary . feminism, she has been a leader in the international Women’s Movement for over 30 years. A 2006 Book Sense Paperback Pick by the American Booksellers Association. Like a torch thrown into a haystack, this book illuminates the dark political night we seem to be slipping into today. Looking for More Great Reads?