Dan Sandman

#11 The Schooldays of Jesus

In Books, Fiction on 10/03/2017 at 12:00 pm

#11 The Schooldays of JesusPreviously, in The Childhood of Jesus, we left Simón and Inés fleeing the education authorities to protect the curiously talented young child Davíd. In part two, they find work on a farm, where three kindly sisters agree to fund the boy’s schooling at the Academy of Dance. At the new school, Davíd learns to dance the numbers two, three, five and seven; but when events transpire to upset the running of the school, various competing philosophies are placed in conflict. Does evil sprout from passion? What binds men and woman together? Should the universe be measured in rational terms? Why is justice enforced and what happens to institutionalized criminals?


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