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Nathan the Wise, a play published by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing in 1779, is a fervent plea for religious tolerance. It was first performed in 1783 at the Döbbelinsches Theatre in Berlin. The narrative is set in Jerusalem during the Third Crusade and describes how the wise Jewish merchant Nathan, the enlightened sultan Saladin, and a Templar Knight bridge the differences between Judaism, Islam, and Christianity. Its major themes are friendship, tolerance, the relativism of God, a rejection of miracles and a need for communication. The story was partly inspired by the works of Jans der Enikel and Boccaccio.

GÉNERO
Clásicos
NARRACIÓN
AG
Andrea Giordani
DURACIÓN
04:16
h min
PUBLICADO
2020
9 enero
EDITORIAL
MuseumAudiobooks.com
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Audible.com
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EN
Inglés
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