Elsie V. Aidinoff (Author). Grade 11 Up–A revision of the Fall as written in Genesis, The Garden is told from the perspective of Eve, a quizzical woman who questions everything from her own "birth" to God's authority.
Elsie V. Aloof and careless, Adam is the more physical of the two; he enjoys the paradise of Eden, running with the antelope each day, never paying attention to the lessons that his didactic God has to offer.
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The Garden Elsie V Aidinoff Doubleday £1. 9. The remarkable thing about this book is its serious-minded audacity. The Garden has taken seven years to write.
The Garden Elsie V Aidinoff Doubleday £1. It is easy to see why it might be tempting to steal Adam and Eve and put them into a novel. But should Elsie V Aidinoff have resisted? From start to finish, I was fearful she was about to slip, that the only fall would be her own. But she has plucked the glimmering story from its famous tree, sliced into it boldly and made the apple hers. It is polished, considered and plain (though not without amusing flourishes).
Elsie did not give permission. Any online copy is the work of thieves. This is what one author has to say about book piracy: I don't care if you are the nicest person on the planet, foster small kittens in your spare time, and read to the blind. You are still a thief
Elsie did not give permission. You are still a thief. You are hurting my livelihood and the livelihoods of many of my friends. redunicorn · 8 years ago. 2. Aidinoff book. Elsie V. Aidinoff by Elsie V.
The story of the Garden of Eden as seen from Eve's perspective. Whatever your views on the creation myth, God or gods, you will find this thought-provoking and even quite funny in places. This is a morally complicated novel in which Eve asks the eternal questions about Good and Evil, and a God who made Eden and then allowed suffering and death.
Retells the tale of the Garden of Eden from Eve's point of view, as Serpent teaches her everything from her own name to why she should eat the forbidden fruit.
Retells the tale of the Garden of Eden from Eve's point of view, as Serpent teaches her everything from her own name to why she should eat the forbidden fruit, and then leaves her with Adam and the knowledge that her choice has made mankind free.
by Elsie V. Select Format: Hardcover. com User, May 27, 2005. In this provocative retelling of Genesis, modern values such as freedom, independence, and equality are juxtaposed with a definitively Old Testament God-petulant, controlling, jealous, and easily angered.
When the book opens, Eve, who is the narrator, is just coming into consciousness. She has been given by God to the Serpent to raise. Her sense of wonder as the Serpent introduces her to life in Paradise is a strength of the book; she. Her sense of wonder as the Serpent introduces her to life in Paradise is a strength of the book; she learns about nature, love and the way that the new and fascinating world works. When she comes into contact with God - who rears Adam - she is wary of his dominance and egotism. One day, becoming impatient to discover whether or not he's designed the male and female to procreate properly, God rushes Adam and Eve into intercourse