Son Of Man
by Yi Mun-yol
Translated by Brother Anthony of Taizé
One of the greatest living Korean writers here details the quest of a young seminary student seeking transcendence, running through many Western and East Asian theologies in the process. Deciding that Jesus was not truly "the son of man," the student sets out to create his own alternative to Christ, and winds up dead. Soon, the detective called in to solve the killing winds up with more than a simple murder on his hands, as this metaphysical mystery advances to its unforgettable climax.
Paperback: 208 Pages
Product Dimensions: 140 x 215 mm
Published by Dalkey Archive Press