The Book of Questions . Pablo Neruda
ISBN: 1556591608,9781556591600 | 85 pages | 3 Mb
The Book of Questions Pablo Neruda
Publisher: Copper Canyon Press
(1985, 1987) (ISBN 978-0-89480-320-8). The novel left me more with questions than answers. Just a very brief introduction to the background of the Book of Job. The First Question to Ask of an Ancient Holy Book Many of the world's best known religious texts are silent when it comes to claims about history. It's no accident that the most common visual image of the Bible is that of a closed black book. The cultural icon of the Bible represents religious faith as what closes the book on questions about the meaning and purpose of life. We don't know when the novel is set, though we do get a clue. These are the kind of questions that come up, one way or another, in the Book of Job. As I said, it belongs to what is called Wisdom Literature. Another enjoyable book I highly recommend to any adult is The Book of Questions, by Gregory Stock, PH.D.