The Sibyl is a profound exploration of divine and human love in the form of a conversation between the Wandering Jew of medieval Christian legend and a sibyl of Delphi, written by a Nobel Prize-winning author.
"This is a remarkable book...Lagerkvist has written a disturbing and fearful fable about human and divine love, and about the glories and disasters of both."-Paul Engle, ChicagoTribune
Lagerkvist is an author of plays, poetry, and fiction. He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1951.