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Marie Corelli's 'The Master-Christian' is a captivating novel set in the late 19th century that delves into themes of spirituality, morality, and redemption. The book intricately weaves a tale of a young artist who finds himself at a spiritual crossroads and embarks on a journey to discover the true meaning of life. Corelli's prose is rich in symbolism and allegory, reminiscent of the Victorian era's fascination with exploring the human soul and its connection to divine forces. The novel's lyrical style and philosophical undertones make it a thought-provoking read for those interested in literature that explores deep spiritual themes. Marie Corelli, known for her unconventional lifestyle and controversial views on religion, drew inspiration from her own spiritual beliefs and experiences to write 'The Master-Christian'. As a prominent figure in Victorian literature, Corelli's works often challenged societal norms and sparked discussions on spirituality and morality. This novel, in particular, reflects her unique perspective on the human condition and the quest for inner enlightenment. I highly recommend 'The Master-Christian' to readers who appreciate thought-provoking literature that delves into complex spiritual themes and challenges traditional beliefs. Corelli's novel offers a unique and insightful exploration of the human soul's eternal search for meaning and redemption.


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Marie Corelli
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Peso (Físico)
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The Master-Christian
Biografía del Autor
<p>Marie Corelli, born Mary Mackay on May 1, 1855, in London, was a prolific British novelist at the turn of the 20th century, renowned for her combination of melodramatic narrative and spiritual themes. Adopting the pseudonym Marie Corelli, she became the best-selling fiction author of her era, with a readership spanning both the literary elite and the broader public. Corelli\'s literary style is characterized by a blend of romance, fantasy, and moralist undertones. \'The Master-Christian,\' a notable example of her work, published in 1900, intertwines religious tension with a critique of ecclesiastical power, mirroring her interest in Christianity and spiritual redemption. Despite her popularity, Corelli was often the subject of critical derision from literary contemporaries who disparaged her flamboyant style and didactic tones. Nonetheless, her works resonated with the Victorian and Edwardian popular audience, and she enjoyed the admiration of figures as diverse as Queen Victoria, Winston Churchill, and the suffragettes. Corelli\'s bold, sentimental, and often esoteric writing has left a lasting, though polarizing, mark on the literary landscape, and her prescient engagement with themes of spirituality and societal critique continues to be of interest to scholars studying the period\'s popular literature.</p>
ISBN: 8596547157052
Referencia: BW1037895230

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