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Dread In The Literature Of The Anonymous by Josh Shachar

Dread In The Literature Of The Anonymous by Josh Shachar

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"Three Stories" tells of the life and experiences of characters whose journeys have been altered by the tumultuous turns of history, and their languishing dreams taking on urgency in the midst of upheaval and transition.

Yehushua, an immigrant from Algeria to a burgeoning homeland of Israel, is seeking to complete his grandfather's opus magnum as he attempts to decipher the motivation of the authors in The Dread in the Literature of the Anonymous, only to find disappointment in fulfilling inherited dreams. His life and failure is mirrored by that of Rosalie, whose devotion to her faith is shattered by disillusionment, and their subsequent entanglement brings new revelation of purpose and expectation.

lssac Ambrosio is a watchmaker forced into a labor camp to realize the vain dreams of Heinrich Himmler in building the astronomical clock to commemorate the advent of a thousand years of the Third Reich. As with the characters from the other two chronicles, we find that all of them are aimlessly wandering in the tapestry of history.

We can best illustrate these disparate narratives citing Buchner's remark to his fiancée, "The individual personality is but foam on a wave top - an accident... a mere puppet show..."

Josh Yehoshua Shachar is an inventor, mathematician and writer who resides in Los Angeles, California and Caesarea, Israel. His books on diverse subject matters, such as remote navigation, robotics, biological pumps and problems in quantum mechanics, are in print by Optikus Publications.
"Three Stories" tells of the life and experiences of characters whose journeys have been altered by the tumultuous turns of history, and their languishing dreams taking on urgency in the midst of upheaval and transition.

Yehushua, an immigrant from Algeria to a burgeoning homeland of Israel, is seeking to complete his grandfather's opus magnum as he attempts to decipher the motivation of the authors in The Dread in the Literature of the Anonymous, only to find disappointment in fulfilling inherited dreams. His life and failure is mirrored by that of Rosalie, whose devotion to her faith is shattered by disillusionment, and their subsequent entanglement brings new revelation of purpose and expectation.

lssac Ambrosio is a watchmaker forced into a labor camp to realize the vain dreams of Heinrich Himmler in building the astronomical clock to commemorate the advent of a thousand years of the Third Reich. As with the characters from the other two chronicles, we find that all of them are aimlessly wandering in the tapestry of history.

We can best illustrate these disparate narratives citing Buchner's remark to his fiancée, "The individual personality is but foam on a wave top - an accident... a mere puppet show..."

Josh Yehoshua Shachar is an inventor, mathematician and writer who resides in Los Angeles, California and Caesarea, Israel. His books on diverse subject matters, such as remote navigation, robotics, biological pumps and problems in quantum mechanics, are in print by Optikus Publications.

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Published by: Austin Macauley Publishers Ltd. on Apr 15, 2013
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