Judas Iscariot is the historical symbol of betrayal. But what
really happened at the Garden of Gethsemane? What really compelled
Judas to hang himself from a tree? I, Judas reimagines Iscariot s
relationship to Jesus Christ and explores Judas's orchestration of
the elaborate con of the divinity of Jesus Christ, subverting the
legend of Judas as he inhabits some of our most notorious literary
and historic figures in their darkest hours. Custer, Sexton, Van
Gogh: These famous suicides converge through the figure of Judas in
a cutting-edge piece of fiction that exposes the dangers of seeking
universal truths in myth.
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