The Name of the Rose

The Name of the Rose

Book - 1980
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It is the year 1327. Franciscans in an Italian abbey are suspected of heresy, but Brother William of Baskerville's investigation is suddenly overshadowed by seven bizarre deaths. Translated by William Weaver. A Helen and Kurt Wolff Book
Publisher: Harcourt Brace 1980
ISBN: 9780151446476
0151446474
Branch Call Number: Eco

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Lanni_T Oct 22, 2014

Lethal feuds between emperors and popes, the Inquisition, the Albigesian Crusade, the world as a labyrinth... and a manuscript, of course...
This complex yet entertaining part historical, part whodunit book is very different than any other mystery novel. Eco is a professor of semiotics, a medievalist and a person of vast erudition--all three things very evident in this book.
His master detective is a wise and tolerant Franciscan scholar, Brother William of Baskerville. William's young apprentice, Adson of Melk, plays the role of narrator and sidekick. The mystery revolves around the last remaining copy of Aristotle’s Second book of poetics, his writings about comedy, now lost.

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