The intriguing confessions of the man who sentenced Jesus Christ to death. Following Pilate's life from his early youth up until ten years after Christ's crucifixion, Gavran speaks out on the moral and existential dilemmas characteristic to people who lack any spiritual points of reference. Transforming the tale about the callous governor into the story of a convert, Gavran applies an unusual literary procedure to confirm the view that no single human being is ever lost forever. A parallel mofit in the novel is the subtly sketched relationship between Pontius and his wife. The novel is written in the first person as narrated by Pontius Pilate himself.
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