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Jesus And Judas: Politics of Friendship in Morley Callaghan’s A Time for Judas

 

Reetamoni Narzary

Assistant Professor of English

Tezpur University

Tezpur, Assam

 India

 

[Abstract: Historical Jesus novels revisit figures taken for granted in Christology and Christopoesis. Morley Callaghan’s novel on Judas Iscariot is a historical metafiction that revisits one of the most maligned figures in Christian historiography. Instead of focusing on Jesus, Callaghan highlights the life-world of Judas and tries to tell Judas’ story from his own point of view. The result is a fascinating account of faith and betrayal but not on expected lines. Judas emerges as a man who was required by destiny and directed by Jesus to betray him. This was done in order to ensure that the prophecy of crucifixion and resurrection came true. This paper shows how the story of Judas, told from his own point of view, redistributes the canonical apotheosis of Jesus and rehabilitates the unsung villain of Christology]

Key words: politics of friendship, highlighting, historiographic metafiction

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Jesus And Judas: Politics of Friendship in Morley Callaghan’s A Time for Judas

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