Shūsaku Endō كامل يوسف حسين / Sep 20, 2020
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  • Author: Shūsaku Endō كامل يوسف حسين
  • ISBN: 9953368414
  • Page: 268
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      • Shūsaku Endō كامل يوسف حسين

        Shusaku Endo , born in Tokyo in 1923, was raised by his mother and an aunt in Kobe where he converted to Roman Catholicism at the age of eleven At Tokyo s Keio University he majored in French literature, graduating BA in 1949, before furthering his studies in French Catholic literature at the University of Lyon in France between 1950 and 1953 A major theme running through his books, which have been translated into many languages, including English, French, Russian and Swedish, is the failure of Japanese soil to nurture the growth of Christianity Before his death in 1996, Endo was the recipient of a number of outstanding Japanese literary awards the Akutagawa Prize, Mainichi Cultural Prize, Shincho Prize, and Tanizaki Prize from the backcover of Volcano.


    1. Sin, he reflected, is not what it is usually thought to be it is not to steal and tell lies Sin is for one man to walk brutally over the life of another and to be quite oblivious of the wounds he has left behind Japanese Painting by an unknown artist of the Christian Martyrs of Nagasaki.The Jesuit priest Francis Xavier born in SPAIN, but representing PORTUGAL arrived in Japan in 1543 to save souls The Japanese were Buddhist, not heathens without a proper religion The Spanish Franciscans and Domi [...]

    2. This is a historical novel about the early years of Christianity in Japan It is a fictionalized account based on real historical characters It s set in the late 17th century Two Portuguese priests get into Japan by ship from Macao at a time when Japanese officials had banned Christianity and were killing priests and torturing suspected Christians to apostatize give up their faith They are forced to verbally renounce their faith and to stomp and spit on religious figures The main character is a y [...]

    3. Painful and deep book about the religionsI think this book change me and makes me respectful to other religions even if you religion different than what I believe I should respect you because this what you believe too

    4. This is an intense rather grim epistolary novel written mostly from the vantage point of a Roman Catholic priest, a missionary to Japan, early in the 17th century The events are based on historical facts and the characters on actual people The succinct introduction by translator William Johnston reveals that the novel begins after the period when daiymo Toyotomi Hideyoshi, who had once allowed the Christian missionaries much privilege, had twenty six Japanese and European Christians crucified Ap [...]

    5. Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one must be silent Wittgenstein, Tractus Logico Philosophicus 7The novel started off a bit slow, but once it hit its pace it was almost Dostoevskian in its depths End , a Japanese Catholic, uses the story of two Jesuit priests in search of an apostate Jesuit to explore issues of faith, circumstance, belief, sin, courage, suffering, martyrdom, etc especially during periods when God is silent He examines Christ and Christianity and the way they adapted to Japan an [...]

    6. This book ruined my life Sorta true It s the catchiest review intro I m going to come up with I m afraid to review this book and remember why it set me off to feeling hopeless and stupid Band aid scenario Pull it off I don t have the religion or spiritual kinds of faith I m dyslexic when it comes to religion, maybe My mind jumbles the meanings and I just don t speak that language of KNOWING what you can t see and this is good and this is always bad I don t look at someone who does have it and se [...]

    7. It is easy enough to die for the good and beautiful the hard thing is to die for the miserable and corrupt.The context of the above line is based on the sacrifice Jesus made for sins of humanity Now I am going to revise this line to explain the story of Silence.For priests of Japan, it was easy enough to die as good and beautiful the hard thing was to die as miserable and corrupt.Hailed as one of the best novels of the twentieth century, Endo s Silence creates a fascinating as well as thought pr [...]

    8. A worthwhile read even for a non Christian like me who, nonetheless, has a deep and abiding intellectual interest in religion and spirituality But VERY Christian You have to have some empathy for that side of the story in order for it to be a satisfying read If you re an atheist, not for you No no no

    9. This is a very impressive historical novel set in 17th century Japan I have not seen the Scorsese film but my edition does contain an introduction by Scorsese so there is a link to it.The book is primarily about the difficulties in maintaining faith in a hostile environment, and specifically the trials undergone by Portuguese Catholic missionaries, whose work in Japan flourished in the 16th century but was brutally suppressed This is a little difficult to understand for those of us who never had [...]

    10. What a devastatingly brilliant novel about faith, fanaticism, love, suffering, and ultimately, the silence of God Why does God allow pain to flourish in the world Why does God stand silent while the world burns This novel, about Jesuit Portuguese missionaries in Japan in the 17th Century is gorgeously rendered, asks the hardest of hard questions, and is simply one of the greatest novels I ve ever read Very excited to see the upcoming film adaptation by Martin Scorsese.

    11. 2.5 The premise of a story of Catholic missionaries trying to spread Christianity in Japan really caught my interest because I have fond memories of reading Shogun, which featured a similar premise as a side story Although, if any of you have read Shogun fond may not be the best way to describe the reading experience as there lots and I do mean LOTS of gory descriptions of cruelty and violence.Obviously, I must have forgotten about that when I gleefully signed up to the group read of Silence.End [...]

    12. Saya telah menganut sebuah keyakinan, lalu mengapa kau mengusikku Pertanyaan inilah yang berada di benak saya ketika membaca novel ini Saya adalah salah satu orang yang tidak menyutujui Kristenisasi, Islamisasi atau apapun itu teruatama kepada orang yang telah menganut keyakinan Dengan iming iming hadiah atau bahkan pemaksaan, semua hal tersebut saya anggap tidak benar Ada kejadian yang menimpa saya beberapa minggu yang lalu Di tengah percakapan antara saya dan klien, dia klien setelah mencerita [...]

    13. Mind blowing It tells about the 17th century Japan when the Tokugawa shogunate was in power During this time, practicing Catholics were called Kakure Kirishitan Hidden Christians because they had to do their religious rituals underground This was also the time of fumie a metal plate bearing the images of Jesus and Mary The religious police asked the families suspected to be Catholics to trample this fumie to prove that they had not converted from Buddism It was also during this time when Portugu [...]

    14. Silence is a modern classic by Shusaku Endo On the cover a crucified Jesus hangs from Japanese writing characters My friend, Carol, recommended this book to me awhile back and I ve had it sitting on my bookshelf Then during Holy Week while I was finishing Fr Neuhaus Death on a Friday Afternoon, he mentions the heroic struggles of the European missionaries who gave their all to travel around the world to share the Gospel message Sometimes it just seems appropriate to leave off one book and seek o [...]

    15. theguardian film 2016Papa Francisco com Martin Scorsese no Vaticano 2016 11 30 youtube watch v IqrgxTrailer oficial do filme de Martin Scorsese Sil ncio Massacre de Crist os em Nagas qui 5 de Fevereiro de 1597 Jap o Pintura Japonesa S c XVI XVIIShusaku Endo 1923 1996 era um cat lico japon s, baptizado em 1934, que publicou em 1996 o romance Sil ncio A not cia chegou Igreja de Roma Enviado ao Jap o pela Companhia de Jesus em Portugal, Crist v o Ferreira, submetido tortura da fossa em Nagas qui, a [...]

    16. _Silence_I feel confused, i feel conflicted and i am struggling My inner world is seperated in half and i cannot decide I haven t had so much thought over an action in a long time and i know that it has to do with God and stuff, but i just, i cannot make peace with myself What would i do in this situation What would i do I just I don t know what i would do, i was angry and i wanted to cry for the sin and didn t know which one was a greater sin Rage was pumping in my blood for all the sensless ac [...]

    17. Preamble Jesuit priest Francisco Xavier called Japan the light of my heart the country in the Orient most suited for Christianity Fact Kakure or Japanese crypto Christians, meeting in secret for 240 years reciting a Japanese version of the Hail Mary and yet nobody knew what it meant for many years Estimate 30,000 Kakure live today in Japan Chronology 1587 Hydeyoshi started the persecution of Christians 1614 26 priests punished in Nagasaki 1614 expulsion from Japan of all missionaries 70 went to [...]

    18. Set in the 17th century, a pair of Portuguese Catholic priests, Rodrigues and Garrpe, set off to the remote and mysterious island kingdom of Japan to spread Christianity and track down their mentor, Father Ferreira, who is rumoured to have committed apostasy renounced his faith But the Japanese government are not friendly to foreigners this xenophobic attitude actually continues to this day and are particularly hostile to this new religion is Ferreira simply dead and does a similar fate await Ro [...]

    19. This slim book by a famous Japanese author, currently being adapted into a movie by Scorsese starring the dude from Girls, is about a missionary sent to Japan in the 1600s Christians were terribly persecuted back then it was called the time of Kakure Kirishitan , or Hidden Christians Christians were forced to trample on the image of Jesus called a fumie or they were horribly tortured to death.And the thread of torture and death hangs over every page, so this is a tough book to read It brings up [...]

    20. Em 1640 tr s padres jesu tas saem de Lisboa rumo ao Jap o um adoece e fica em Macau, os outros dois conseguem entrar clandestinamente no pa s que persegue os crist os e cuja evangeliza o foi iniciado por S o Francisco Xavier Pretendiam, al m de ajudar o povo oprimido, descobrir a verdade sobre os motivos que levaram o mission rio portugu s Crist v o Ferreira a renegar a sua f ap s cinco horas de tortura.A Religi o n o me interessa, mas pelos religiosos interesso me muito Para mim, um dos mais ir [...]

    21. 4.5 starsThis is an extremely powerful and deep exploration of faith It takes place in 17th century Japan where Portuguese priests missionaries travel to minister to the Christian peasants This was a time when Christians were hunted down and tortured and forced to renounce their beliefs When one of the priests is given the choice to renounce to save Christians from being tortured he has to face his own beliefs and fears This wasn t a fun book to read but I m really glad I read it I learned some [...]

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    23. Bu kitap, tesad flerle birlikte, bir d nem zel al ma konum haline gelmi ti resmen Hen z eser T rk eye evrilmemi ve b yle bir ey s z konusu dahi de ilken, akabinde Scorsese kitab film yapaca n a klad nda T rk eye evrildi inde ve en son da ekilen filmi izledi imde hakk nda bir eyler yazmam ya da zerine konu mam gerekmi ti O a dan kitaptan ba ms z, bu s re le alakal olarak bende yeri ok farkl d r Bundan dolay buraya da uzun ve kapsaml bir yaz girmek istiyordum Ancak zerinden zaman ge tik e kitapla [...]

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