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Ebreo errante/The Wandering Jew, which adapts Eugène Sue's novel to a World War II setting. The latter tells the story of a married but restless French Jew. Among some of the direct adaptations of this literature were L'ebreo errante , from the novel by Eugène Sue) and La sepolta viva (Guido Brignone, L'ebreo errante went on general release in February But the films most immediate and acknowledged reference is Eugene Sue's popular novel Le juif.
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Edit Storyline Matthew, a rich nationalist Jew and a contemporary of Jesus, regards the latter as an obstacle in this struggle to free their people from the Roman yoke by means of revolt.
He incites the people against Jesus and prevents his own wife, a true Christian in her heart, from offering the Redeemer a drink of water at his crucifixion on Golgotha. For this act Matthew is condemned to wander eternally on the earth with every rest denied to him, even that of the grave.
Earlier, the Gospel of John talks about Simon Peter striking the ear from a servant of the high priest, named Malchus John Although this servant is probably not the same guard who struck Jesus, Malchus is nonetheless one of the many names given to the wandering Jew in later legend.
Early Christianity[ eugene sue lebreo errante ] Extant manuscripts have shown that as early as the time of Tertullian c.
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Elsewhere they assumed that he could rest only upon a plough or that eugene sue lebreo errante had to be on the go all year and was allowed a respite only on Christmas. The archbishop answered that he had himself seen such a man in Armenia, and that his name was Cartaphilus, a Jewish shoemaker, who, when Jesus stopped for a second to rest while carrying his cross, hit him, and told him "Go on quicker, Jesus!
Why dost Thou loiter? Matthew Paris included this passage from Roger of Wendover in his own eugene sue lebreo errante and other Armenians appeared in at the Abbey of St Albans, repeating the same story, which was regarded there as a great proof of the truth of the Christian religion.
These two aspects of the legend are represented in the different names given to the central figure. The legend spread quickly throughout Germany, no less than eight different editions appearing in ; altogether forty appeared in Germany before the end of the 18th century.
Eight editions in Dutch and Flemish are known; and the story soon passed to France, the eugene sue lebreo errante French edition appearing in Bordeaux, and to England, where it appeared in the form of a parody in The Wandering Jew is depicted as an exorcist whose origin remains unclear.
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