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Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures is a series of poems — narrative, lyric, prose, and combinations — that re-imagine biblical themes and characters. As its back cover blurb says, the collection follows a kind of storyline — “Biblical characters as literary characters: Adam inventing the names of things (in what may be the biblical origin of words); Eve contemplating the Fall; ‘wise men from the East’ in journey and dialogue, with a young Balthassar asking the questions; a questioning, tormented Judas and an innocent, young John in conversation; ... Thomas in sorrowful contemplation of wounds …. Across the varied, variegated moments, a series of poems — narrative, lyric, prose, and combinations — follows a thin, elementary thread from character to character, from fiction to fiction. In the end, one who was at the beginning has changed his path and finds simplicity and innocence.”
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Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures is a series of poems — narrative, lyric, prose, and combinations — that re-imagine biblical themes and characters.
As its back cover blurb says, the collection follows a kind of storyline — “Biblical characters as literary characters: Adam inventing the names of things (in what may be the biblical origin Pages: With “Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures,” Jose Marte A.
Abueg leaps from Scriptural truth to Scriptural adventure, without losing the time-tested moral insights for and by which the Scriptures Author: Isagani Cruz. A new book of poems has been released by the University of Santo Tomas Publishing House (USTPH), titled HIDDEN CODEX: Fictive Scriptures, a reimagining of biblical themes and characters.
HIDDEN CODEX: Fictive Scriptures is the second book of longtime editor and writer Jose Marte A. Abueg, whose first Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures book collection, Bird Lands, River Nights, and Other Melancholies, was.
Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures. Jose Marte A. Abueg reimagined characters from Christian texts and used enchanting language to tell new stories. This new and sensitive reinterpretation of Biblical themes in poetic terms is a worthy read.
Writer and illustrator Manix Abrera follows up his seminal 12 with this award-winning volume. The. A new book of poems has been released by the University of Santo Tomas Publishing House (USTPH), titled HIDDEN CODEX: Fictive Scriptures, a reimagining of biblical themes and characters.
HIDDEN CODEX: Fictive Scriptures is the second book of longtime editor and writer Jose Marte A. Abueg, whose first poetry collection, Bird Lands, River Nights. Poetry in English: “Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures,” by José Marte A.
Abueg (University of Santo Tomas Publishing House) and “Time’s Enchantment and Other Reflections,” by Marne. Philippine Literary Arts Council Prize for Poetry Category (English Language) Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures, by Jose Marte A.
Abueg, University of Santo Tomas Philippine Board on Books for Young People, a former director of the Pinaglabanan Galleries, a. For the most part, the book is about mortality, passage of time, and inner thoughts. The present manuscript, “Hidden Codex: Fictive Scriptures,” comes from nearly three years of interest in things in the Bible (which I have read for the first time, only in small parts, and only for research), essentially with man-and-god as subject of.
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