Author: Milos Forman, Jean Claude Carriere
Translator: Jae-ryong Lee
Publisher: Hyundae Munhak
364 pages | 223*152mm
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About This Book
In 1792 in Spain, amidst the turmoil of the French Revolution, renowned painter Francisco Goya becomes embroiled in the Spanish Inquisition after his beautiful muse Ines is accused of being a heretic and put on trial. Goya must beg for her life to be spared through his old friend Lorenzo, a power-hungry monk who is spearheading the revival of the Inquisition. Ines is imprisoned, tortured, and left to perish in the dungeons, while Lorenzo is eventually banished from the Spanish church. Some twenty years pass, and Goya is at the height of his creativity, but he has become deaf and somewhat insane. The three meet again after the French abolish the Inquisition and set the prisoners free, and Lorenzo becomes Napoleon's chief prosecutor against his former Spanish allies.
Based on this novel, a film by the same title has been produced in 2006, by the direction of Academy Award winner Milos Forman and starring Academy Award nominee Natalie Portman, Academy Award nominee Javier Bardem, and Stellan Skarsgard.
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