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By Zecharia Sitchin

ISBN-10: 1879181886

ISBN-13: 9781879181885

Explains the hyperlinks among the Bible and old Sumerian texts, probing the age-old query of the connection among humanity and its creators. • demanding situations medical maxims of the root of human lifestyles. • attracts attention-grabbing parallels among the leaders of the Anunnaki (from the twelfth planet) and Yahweh. • A finished new examine the background of guy. • First time on hand in hardcover. In Divine Encounters Zecharia Sitchin attracts on uncomplicated Judeo-Christian texts to investigate the production myths, paralleling Biblical tales to the myths of Sumer and Mesopotamia so one can exhibit that humanity didn't evolve with out tips. Sitchin daringly hypothesizes as a substitute that Enki, one of many leaders of the Anunnaki from the twelfth planet, created humanity as a "primitive worker." additionally, Sitchin means that the extraterrestrial encounters of this present day exhibit the ongoing curiosity of the Anunnaki within the Earthlings they created.

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But I do not see how it can be made to square with Lawrence's definition of the Shakespearian problem play. And the same holds true, if less blatantly, of his discussion of Measure for Measure and Troilus and Cressida. His concept of the Problem Play and his view of the proper interpretation of the three plays he discusses under this label are irreconcilable, because they point in opposite directions. -3- Twenty years after Lawrence's book appeared E. M. W. Tillyard 's Shakespeare's Problem Plays ( 1951).

3 Shakespeare's Roman Plays ( 1910), p. 27. , vol. 50 ( 1955), pp. 135 ff. 1) depicts him as a usurping tyrant, who 'hath vnpeopled most part of the earth' by his 'bloody jarres'. 2), he begins his speech as the vainglorious, boastful victor, but in conversation with Antony reveals his clemency, his trust in his friends, his Stoic contempt of death. Montaigne's divided attitude is very similar to Cicero's, stemming from the keenest admiration for Caesar's personal qualities and the strongest abhorrence of his political pursuits.

Fortunately for the irresolute there is a third way in which the play may be viewed and a third tradition in which it may be placed. Perhaps more than any other figure in history, Julius Caesar has evoked a divided response in the minds of those who have written about him. Indeed, it would not be an exaggeration to say that such a response, made up of attraction and repulsion, admiration and hostility, was the prevailing one among informed and educated men throughout Antiquity, the Middle Ages, and the Renaissance, so that we can speak of it as forming a tradition extending from Caesar's own day down to that of Shakespeare.

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