History FanficRecs / TheBible

3rd Oct '15 9:39:22 AM nombretomado
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* Comments: Also, like the previously mentioned ''ParadiseLost'', written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, which is something fans will appreciate. It also tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and several {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it.
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* Comments: Also, like the previously mentioned ''ParadiseLost'', ''Literature/ParadiseLost'', written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, which is something fans will appreciate. It also tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and several {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it.
7th Jul '15 9:45:00 AM Morgenthaler
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''LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'' by Creator/ChristopherMoore
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''LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'' ''Literature/LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'' by Creator/ChristopherMoore
18th Sep '14 8:42:55 PM TVRulezAgain
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''LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'' by ChristopherMoore
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''LambTheGospelAccordingToBiff'' by ChristopherMooreCreator/ChristopherMoore
25th Dec '13 9:13:27 AM LadyMomus
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You can also add to the current recommendations if you want. Refrain from posting ConversationInTheMainPage though; that goes in the discussion page.
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You can also add to the current recommendations if you want. Refrain from posting ConversationInTheMainPage Administrivia/ConversationInTheMainPage though; that goes in the discussion page.
6th Oct '13 4:10:49 AM IchigoMontoya
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Proof that [[SturgeonsLaw the remaining 10% is worth dying for]] here.
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Proof that [[SturgeonsLaw the remaining 10% is worth dying being crucified for]] here.
11th Aug '13 12:51:57 PM Divra
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* Comments: Also, like the previously mentioned ''ParadiseLost'', written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, which is something fans of the oiginal will appreciate. It also tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and several {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it.
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* Comments: Also, like the previously mentioned ''ParadiseLost'', written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, which is something fans of the oiginal will appreciate. It also tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and several {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it.
11th Aug '13 12:51:35 PM Divra
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''TheDivineComedy'' by DanteAlighieri
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''TheDivineComedy'' by DanteAlighieriDante Alighieri

* Comments: Also, like most early Bible fanfic, written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, and tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters. Several well-known {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it. TropeNamer for WordOfDante.
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* Comments: Also, like most early Bible fanfic, the previously mentioned ''ParadiseLost'', written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, and which is something fans of the oiginal will appreciate. It also tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters. Several well-known haters and several {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it. TropeNamer for WordOfDante. it.
11th Aug '13 12:45:21 PM Divra
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* Comments: Also, like most early Bible fanfic, written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, and tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and {{Shout Out}}s to well-known {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it. TropeNamer for WordOfDante.
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* Comments: Also, like most early Bible fanfic, written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, and tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and {{Shout Out}}s to haters. Several well-known {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original.original appear as minor characters. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it. TropeNamer for WordOfDante.
11th Aug '13 12:44:05 PM Divra
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''TheDivineComedy'' by DanteAlighieri * Recommended by {{Tropers/Divra}} * Synopsis: A self-insert fic, where the author takes a tour through the setting, guided by a childhood paragon of his. * Comments: Also, like most early Bible fanfic, written in poetry form. It does very little to expand upon the main characters, but fleshes out the setting in wonderful ways, and tucks in some pointed jabs at well-known haters and {{Shout Out}}s to well-known {{Big Name Fan}}s of the original. Has contributed a lot to popular perception of the original. A bit wonky to read, because of the format, but well worth it. TropeNamer for WordOfDante.
2nd Apr '13 11:12:15 AM Narsil
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Removed the "Wise Men of Chelm" rec—see discussion page for reason
[[WMG:Authors and Websites]] Any and all tales about the "wise men" of Chelm * Recommended by: @/LeighSabio, @/ShayGuy * A series of Jewish folktales with this basic premise: When God was handing out souls, he gave two different angels two different sacks of souls, one with wise souls, and one with foolish souls. Unfortunately, the angel carrying the sack of foolish souls dropped his sack over a village called Chelm, creating a village of [[TheFool fools]]. Inside the village, though, the fools believe that they got the wise souls, and so they call themselves the wise men of Chelm. HilarityEnsues.

* ''Synopsis:'' Dinah's life, from her childhood with the other children of Jacob, through her tragic romance with Shechem, to her (extra-biblical) later life in Egypt
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* ''Synopsis:'' Dinah's life, The life of Dinah (a daughter of the Genesis patriarch Jacob), from her childhood with the Jacob's wives and other children of Jacob, children, through her tragic romance with Shechem, to her (extra-biblical) later life in Egypt
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