Definitions for "Atonement"
Reconciliation; restoration of friendly relations; agreement; concord.
Satisfaction or reparation made by giving an equivalent for an injury, or by doing of suffering that which will be received in satisfaction for an offense or injury; expiation; amends; -- with for. Specifically, in theology: The expiation of sin made by the obedience, personal suffering, and death of Christ.
Making amends for your sins or wrong deeds. Trying to put things right.
Keywords:  ewan, ian, novel, avoy, keira
Atonement (2001) is a novel by British writer Ian Mc Ewan. It is widely regarded as one of McEwan's best works and was shortlisted for the 2001 Booker Prize for fiction, an award that he had already won for his previous novel, Amsterdam. In addition, Time Magazine named it the best fiction novel of the year and included it in All-TIME 100 Greatest Novels.
Atonement is a 2007 film directed by Joe Wright. It is adapted from Ian Mc Ewan's novel of the same name. It stars Keira Knightley and James Mc Avoy in the lead roles.
A condition of profound union between the hero and his father or between the hero and the goddess. This is an important stage in the monomyth, suggestive of a climactic realization of the hero's identity as bound to his origins or predecessor(s), from whom he has previously departed or been separated. The attainment of "at-one-ment" is suggestive of inner harmony and spiritual peace.
Keywords:  enemies, friends, brings, together, act
an act that brings enemies together as friends
Keywords:  entities, uniting
the uniting of all entities