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Cain is the final novel by Nobel Prize-winning author José Saramago; it was first published in 2009. The novel is told through the eyes of Cain as he witnesses passages from the Bible that add to his increasing hatred of God.
- ed. R. Ruard Ganzevoort, Maaike de Haardt, Michael Scherer-Rath Religious Stories We Live By: Narrative Approaches in Theology and ... - 2013 SARAMAGO'S RESHAPING OF CAIN AND GOD. A STUDY IN CHARACTERIZATION AND INTERTEXTUALITY Wim J.C. Weren "In two of his novels, the Portuguese writer José Saramago (1922–2010) criticized Jewish and Christian religious ..."
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