The Two Chambers

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The Two Chambers

The Two Chambers All Benjamin wanted in that year of was to live his normal life in Ancona learning the art of medicine from his master But then came that unexpected messenger urging them to travel to Rome by

  • Title: The Two Chambers
  • Author: Pedro Puech
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 215
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • All Benjamin wanted, in that year of 1553, was to live his normal life in Ancona, learning the art of medicine from his master But then came that unexpected messenger, urging them to travel to Rome by request of Michelangelo Buonaroti A request for medical care, from the famous artist A trap Years had passed since the master and himself converted to Catholicism to escaAll Benjamin wanted, in that year of 1553, was to live his normal life in Ancona, learning the art of medicine from his master But then came that unexpected messenger, urging them to travel to Rome by request of Michelangelo Buonaroti A request for medical care, from the famous artist A trap Years had passed since the master and himself converted to Catholicism to escape from the inquisitors Was the Church now chasing converted jews The call was, indeed, a trap The most famous physician of the Papal States was in need of information for his book of anatomy, and could not obtain it by himself Benjamin would have to search for the answer to the enigma of the functioning of the heart chambers, and his life would be the price of a failure in the quest The task didn t look difficult at first There was a man who knew the answer, and all he had to do was to find that man, get the information and return But, from the beginning of the search, he learned that he was tracking a fugitive A man who provoked the hate of two churches A troublemaker From Paris to Strasbourg, Charlieu, Lyon and, finally, Geneva, he risked his life in search of an anatomical detail THE TWO CHAMBERS is a historical novel, based on the true story of Michael Servetus, discoverer of the physiology of the heart and a martyr who became a symbol of the fight against intolerance and for the free diffusion of ideas In the atmosphere of the 16th century, it moves from the Sorbonne to the Gimnasium in Strasbourg, the small village of Carlieu and, finally, to its climax at John Calvin s Geneva A novel that will keep you involved from the beginning, revealing how scientific progress can be delayed by religions A thriller about inquisition, religious intolerance, prison, escape, trial, condemnation and About the true dimension of the human foolishness.

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    1. Ruth Chatlien on said:

      When I heard that The Two Chambers told the story of Michael Servetus, I was anxious to read it. Servetus (also known as Servet) is a little-known figure from the Reformation, whose tale I had encountered as an editor of history textbooks. In my opinion, Pedro Puech made a clever choice in turning the story into a thriller. The narrator of the tale, Benjamin, is an apprentice to a doctor—both of whom are Jews forced to convert because of the Inquisition. Benjamin particularly fears discovery b [...]

    2. Juliette Godot on said:

      I loved PEDRO PUECH's story of the perils of being a freethinker during the Inquisition. The story, as told by a young Jewish physician, chronicles the quest of learning why the heart has two chambers. In a time when questioning how the body works, other than by the divine hand of God, was considered heresy, and printing such a book, a death sentence, PUECH shows how Calvinists and Catholics actually worked together to rid the world of anyone who questions their authority. The pictures of the pr [...]

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