7 edition of Come, Blackrobe found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 404-427) and index.
|Statement||by John J. Killoren.|
|LC Classifications||E78.W5 K55 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 448 p. :|
|Number of Pages||448|
|LC Control Number||93021108|
The Black Robe Regiment is a resource and networking entity where church leaders and laypeople can network and educate themselves as to our biblical responsibility to stand up for our Lord and Savior and to protect the freedoms and liberties granted to a moral people in the divinely inspired US Constitution. 6, words To Father Paul Laforgue, the Algonkian Indians are savage pagans in dire need of salvation To the Algonkian Indians, Catholic priests are greedy, selfish, Norman pigs of sorcerers –An excerpt from the back cover of the Paladin edition of Black Robe Brian Moore’s mesmeric novel, like my own introduction to the life [ ].
The Black Robe is an epistolary novel by famed English writer, Wilkie Collins. The book centers around the misadventures of Lewis Romayne, and is also noted for a perceived anti-Catholic bias (Summary by Mike Zane and Wikipedia). Black Robe is the story of Father Jean Laforge, an idealistic French Jesuit eager to evangelize the Native Americans of seventeenth-century Canada. Moore often rooted his fiction in historical events, and in Black Robe, he made use of the detailed histories of mission activity the Jesuits themselves left in their volumes of Relations.
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With this in mind I began "Come Blackrobe". At the end of the book I was both pleased and a little disappointed. I was pleased because I had read such a good book about Indian relations in the West and had learned so much about Fr. DeSmet's career.
I was a bit disappointed because so little of Fr. DeSmet's personality had shone through the 5/5(4). Come, Blackrobe book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers/5. Brian Blackrobe book has written many diverse and excellent novels, but "Black Robe" stands out for me as a particularly powerful and extraordinary book.
On one level, it is a dramatic re-telling of the penetration of the entirely new world of 's central Canada by the French Jesuits and other European arrivals -- a mind-shattering adventure for many /5. "Come, Blackrobe" De Smet Come the Indian Tragedy (Book): Killoren, John J.: Interweaves the life of the great Indian advocate, Peter John De Smet, with the story of America's expansion westward.
Provides new insights into the priest's unique relationship with the tribes of the central and northern plains and the northern Rockies, and into his activities during the decades of.
Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Come, Blackrobe: DeSmet and the Indian Tragedy No. 27 by John J. Killoren (, Book, Other) at Come best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products!5/5(1). Peter John De Smet (–), known to many 19th century Native Americans as “Blackrobe,” helped to found the Missouri Province when it was on the frontier and worked among the Pottawatomis, the Sioux, and tribes in the Rocky Mountains as well as on the West Coast.5/5.
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Free shipping for many products. The latter are worth the price of the book, which in this reviewer's opinion, is a good bargain. Some of the illustrations in this book appear to be inappropriate, but this is a small matter. The book deserves to be in Catholic libraries everywhere. Wilfred P. Schoenberg, SJ.
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Flat-rate shipping. Black Robe is a biography film directed by Bruce screenplay was written by Irish Canadian author Brian Moore, who adapted it from his novel of the same name. The film's main character, Father LaForgue, is played by Lothaire Bluteau, with other cast members including Aden Young, Sandrine Holt, Tantoo Cardinal, August Schellenberg, Gordon Music by: Georges Delerue.
Black Robe, first published inis an historical novel by Brian Moore set in New France in the 17th century. Its central theme is the collision of European and Native American cultures soon after first contact. First Nations peoples historically called French Jesuit priests "Black Robes" because of their religious habit.
The novel was adapted into the film Black Robe directed Author: Brian Moore. Directed by Bruce Beresford. With Lothaire Bluteau, Aden Young, Sandrine Holt, August Schellenberg.
In the 17th century, a Jesuit missionary nicknamed Black Robe by the natives and his small party of companions try reaching the Huron tribe in Canada all while facing mistrust, Iroquois warring parties and harsh winter conditions/10(K). Idaho Book Award The purpose of the award is to recognize and honor one book, selected from among all the books published in any one calendar year, which has made an outstanding contribution to the body of printed materials about Idaho.
Buy a cheap copy of Black Robe book by Brian Moore. His name is Father Laforgue, a young Jesuit missionary come from Europe to the New World to bring the word of God to the heathen. He is given minimal aid by the Free shipping over $Cited by: 1. Book Description Bird Brain Productions 7/14/, Paperback or Softback.
Condition: New. The Last Blackrobe of Indiana and the Potawatomi Trail of Death. Book. Seller Inventory # BBS/5(1). The principal characters of Black Robe are as follows. Paul Laforgue: A Jesuit priest who is part of the French mission in Canada in the early s.
His aim, as with all the Jesuits in the New. If this theme had come out earlier, instead of on the second-to-last page, it might have been something. As it is, some of the book's flaws – including a rather convenient 'miracle' towards the end – mean that Black Robe is never an essential read, even if it is an interesting one/5(9).
The book is thorough and very readable with an excellent narrative flow. This book came out from the University of Oklahoma Press about a year after another excellent work about De Smet "Come, Blackrobe" -- De Smet and the Indian Tragedy by Jack Killoren.5/5(1).
Moreover, I could not determine what "single aspect" he thought Killoren addressed. Besides documenting its sources, "Come Blackrobe" was more extensive in its coverage than was Jesuit in the West which, strangely enough, deserves commendation because of a brevity that general audiences probably will : F S J Michael Steltenkamp.
The novel form allows the historic characters to come to life more fully than they would in nonfiction. There are problems with the book.
The author's research appears half-digested especially in the early chapters, with long passages explaining points of history and religion with no attempt to link them to the novel's narrative voice/5(8).I saw the movie with the french dubbing.
The Indians of that time didn't knew how to prononce R. So, in the movie, they say: obe noie, instead of Robe Noire (Black Robe). I don't know if they said black obe in the English version. In one scence, the priest tells the Indian sorcerer that he is reading a breviaire (book of prayers).p is for peril I really enjoyed sue's has a sense of humor, and her characters are so real.
Hope audible get more of her books. made the driving time go quick. Waiting for more of sue grafton. 2 people found this helpful.