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Book Title: The Seventh Gate|
Date of issue: April 1st 2007
ISBN 13: 9781845294878
The author of the book: Richard Zimler
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 394 KB
Edition: Constable & Robinson
Read full description of the books The Seventh Gate:Ignorance, or rather, human insanity is so bigger that some are brought to death just by the fear of death.
Blessed are all portraits of God.
The temporal action of the book takes place in the Holocaust, where the Germans tried to dominate the world, but without success, in general.
The Seven Gates (as the name of the book indicates) are a kind of mystical symbols of the Jewish tradition, divided by levels. (correct me if I'm wrong). Where the last level, that is, the seventh gates, the human being reaches Zenith, the Paradise. In the book appears the word 'mitzvah', which means that there may be people who may have children, only if they can.
What I take from this book is very simple:
The human mind is so perverse that it reaches to being called a "maniac absurdity", whether in terms of gender differences, or of visible lucidity.
I must say also (with regard to an article that is published in the Declaration of Human Rights), among other things, that every citizen, being male or female, has the right to choose their sexual, political and educational orientation, according to its basic principles.
The Portuguese and Spanish Jews are lovers of poetry.
The Jews of the Central Europe are lovers of Prose.
For what purpose were children and adults with mental disabilities?
Most of these individuals with dental plaques, which were made of pure gold carat served to lampshades and ceiling lamps, as well as their epidermal tissues.
These were the arguments I have drawn from this beautiful book. It made me think a lot about the universal mankind.
Read information about the authorRichard Zimler was born in Roslyn Heights, a suburb of New York City, in 1956. After earning a bachelor's degree in comparative religion from Duke University (1977) and a master's degree in journalism from Stanford University (1982), he worked for eight years as a journalist, mainly in the San Francisco Bay area. In 1990, he moved to Porto, Portugal, and he has taught journalism for the last sixteen years, first at the College of Journalism and now at the University of Porto. Richard has both American and Portuguese nationality. He has published seven novels over the last decade: "The Seventh Gate; "The Search for Sana"; "Guardian of the Dawn"; "Hunting Midnight"; "The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon"; "The Angelic Darkness"; and "Unholy Ghosts." His novels have appeared on bestseller lists in 12 different countries, including the USA, Great Britain, Portugal, Italy, and Australia. Richard has won numerous prizes for his work, including a 1994 National Endowment of the Arts Fellowship in Fiction and the 1998 Herodotus Award for the best historical novel. "The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon" was picked as 1998 Book of the Year by three British critics and both "The Search for Sana" and "Hunting Midnight" have been nominated by Portuguese libraries for the Internatinal IMPAC Literary Award. "The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon", "Hunting Midnight", "Guardian of the Dawn" and "The Seventh Gate" form the “Sephardic Cycle,” a group of inter-connected – but fully independent – novels about different branches and generations of a Portuguese Jewish family. Richard also writes reviews for the L.A. Times and the San Francisco Chronicle. When he's not writing, he enjoys gardening at his weekend house in the north of Portugal. - Zimler.com
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