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The flight to Lucifer

Harold Bloom

The flight to Lucifer

a gnostic fantasy.

by Harold Bloom

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Published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in New York .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination240p.
Number of Pages240
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20120488M

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The Flight of Lucifer is basically a retelling of David Lindsay's Voyage to Arcturus, albeit much more directly and with the Gnosticism more explicit. Very little plot Howard Bloom is the old curmudgeonly vanguard of the Western Canon and has written extensively on the Anxiety of Influence/5.

"The Flight to Lucifer" is a fantasy, nothing more, nothing less; set on a distant world where time and space shift back and forth and where the conflicts of first-century religion are The flight to Lucifer book being played out.

Harold Bloom's story begins with an Aeon, Olam, descding to earth to bring two men, Valentinus, a reincarnation of a Gnostic prophet, The flight to Lucifer book Cited by: 3. Valentinus and Perscors, two New Englanders, rendezvous on a barren island with Olam, a heretical angel of the Gnosis, who spirits them to Lucifer, the other world in which abide both the Demiurge and the Pleroma (the Fullness).

Valentinus soaks up the knowledge of the latter: This rocky world is a battered affection of the Pleroma. "The Flight to Lucifer" is a fantasy, nothing more, nothing less; set on a distant world where time and space shift back and forth and where the conflicts of first-century religion are still being played out.

Harold Bloom's story begins with an Aeon, Olam, descding to earth to bring two men, Valentinus, a reincarnation of a Gnostic prophet, and /5.

THE FLIGHT TO LUCIFER: A Gnostic Fantasy User Review - Kirkus. Bloom has been salting his literary criticism with dashes of kabbalistic and gnostic incunabula for years; here, in this first novel, he really lets his obsession run wild—and we can only hope that.

Bloom has been salting his literary criticism with dashes of kabbalistic and gnostic incunabula for years; here, in this first novel, he really lets his obsession run wild&#;and we can only hope that it's now out of his system.

Valentinus and Perscors, two New Englanders, rendezvous on a barren island with Olam, a heretical angel of the Gnosis, who spirits them to Lucifer, the other world. The Flight to Lucifer is the only novel by the American literary critic Harold Bloom (born in New York). Published duringit was composed as a sequel to the David Lindsay novel A Voyage to Arcturus, which supplied the concept of a voyage through space to a distant planet created by a demiurge, and a few other incidental features of the book.

Published inThe Flight to Lucifer is, in its author Harold Bloom’s own words, a novel “very much in the Arcturan shadow”. Bloom refers several times to the writing of his one and only novel in the essay “Clinamen: Towards a Theory of Fantasy” (in Agon — see the secondary bibliography page), which otherwise focuses on David Lindsay’s A Voyage to Arcturus as a means of Cited by: 3.

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published by Farrar, Straus, Giroux, New York. Description: viii, pages: illustrations. Published inThe Flight to Lucifer is, in its author Harold Bloom's own words, a novel "very much in the Arcturan shadow". Bloom refers several times to the writing of his one and only novel in the essay "Clinamen: Towards a Theory of Fantasy" (in Agon — see the secondary bibliography page), which otherwise focuses on David Lindsay's A Voyage to Arcturus as a means of understanding.

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Signed by Bloom to front free endpaper. Written as a sequel to David Lindsay's A Voyage to Arcturus. Condition: Small closed tear to dustjacket, which has some wear to the edges.

Click to read more about The Flight to Lucifer: A Gnostic Fantasy by Harold Bloom. LibraryThing is a cataloging and social networking site for booklovers/5. 83 Stories like the TV series 'Lucifer'. Last Updated: Popular: 'When Angels Fall', 'Pity and Pleasure', 'State of Nature'."The Flight to Lucifer" is basically the story of Perscors, who is a Prometheus, and an Odysseus and Primal Man, at whom the gods and the stars tend to laugh.

Perscors seeks to find and claim his fate. On Lucifer, he engages in a remarkable amount of sex, all of it with women who are really demons, and who would, on the whole, prefer to hurt him.With this in mind, Lucifer suddenly becomes part of a rich mythological tapestry reaching beyond Christianity—found in such stories as Phaeton and his chariot, the flight of Icarus and Daedalus, and Prometheus bringing fire to mankind.