Confessions of a Justified Sinner - James Hogg Reviews
Description:ISBN 1853261882 / Author: James Hogg / 224 pages / Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Ltd / Released: 1 Feb 1997
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Published in 1824, The Private Memoirs and Confessions of a Justified Sinner is widely regarded to be James Hogg's best work. But does that mean it's any good? The story is about a young man named Robert Wringhim who has been brought up to believe in a very Calvinist doctrine and therefore believes that he is predestined to go to Heaven, no matter what he does on earth. He meets another man, Gil-Martin and is heavily influenced by his arguments and beliefs. He becomes suspected of carrying out some horrible crimes. The novel is split into two parts, the first of which is The Editor's Narrative. This half of the book sets the scene by giving us ... Read the complete review
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