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Arianne tells her that his name is Daniel Grigori, and proceeds to mock her for staring at him. Daniel is standing with another boy named Roland, and upon noticing that Luce is staring, Daniel smiles and raises his middle finger towards her.
In class, Luce encounters Cam again, who attempts to flirt with her once more. She still is thinking about Daniel, leaving her distracted throughout the lesson.
Randy, the enrollment attendant, arrives and gives all three of them detention. She says that she chooses to stay at the school because she has no other options.
The two become friends as Penn helps to clean Luce up. Also in detention are Daniel, Roland, and Molly. After a while, Arriane disappears, and Molly arrives to confront Luce and warns her to stay away from Daniel.
Upon hearing his name, he comes over after Molly has left to ask what has been said about him. While there, the statue she had been cleaning breaks, and Daniel saves Luce from being crushed and quickly disappears.
Cam invites Luce to a party loudly in front of Daniel, inciting the rivalry between the two of them.
During the party, Luce encounters a strange event in which she can grab a Shadow; a paranormal, ink-like smudge that she has seen since childhood. Since the Book of Watchers shows evidence of multiple stages of composition, it is probable that this work was extant already in the 3rd century BC. Some scholars speak even of an "Enochic Judaism" from which the writers of Qumran scrolls were descended. These fallen angels are considered ultimately responsible for the spread of evil and impurity on the earth;  the absence in 1 Enoch of formal parallels to the specific laws and commandments found in the Mosaic Torah and of references to issues like Shabbat observance or the rite of circumcision.
The Sinaitic covenant and Torah are not of central importance in the Book of Enoch;  —51 the concept of "End of Days" as the time of final judgment that takes the place of promised earthly rewards;  the rejection of the Second Temple 's sacrifices considered impure: according to Enoch , the Jews, when returned from the exile , "reared up that tower the temple and they began again to place a table before the tower, but all the bread on it was polluted and not pure";[ citation needed ] a solar calendar in opposition to the lunar calendar used in the Second Temple a very important aspect for the determination of the dates of religious feasts ; an interest in the angelic world that involves life after death.
Thus, it is probable that the Qumran community gradually lost interest in the Book of Enoch. The main peculiar aspects of the not-Qumranic units of 1 Enoch are the following: a Messiah called "Son of Man", with divine attributes, generated before the creation, who will act directly in the final judgment and sit on a throne of glory 1 Enoch —4, —7, —29  — the sinners usually seen as the wealthy ones and the just as the oppressed a theme we find also in the Psalms of Solomon.
Early influence[ edit ] Classical rabbinic literature is characterized by near silence concerning Enoch.
It seems plausible that Rabbinic polemics against Enochic texts and traditions might have led to the loss of these books to Rabbinic Judaism. There is little doubt that 1 Enoch was influential in molding New Testament doctrines about the Messiah , the Son of Man , the messianic kingdom , demonology , the resurrection , and eschatology.
Charles  Ephraim Isaac,  and G. Nickelsburg  in their respective translations and commentaries. It is possible that the earlier sections of 1 Enoch had direct textual and content influence on many Biblical apocrypha , such as Jubilees , 2 Baruch , 2 Esdras , Apocalypse of Abraham and 2 Enoch , though even in these cases, the connection is typically more branches of a common trunk than direct development.
He attributes this information to Origen,  though no such statement is found anywhere in extant versions of Origen. Hiob Ludolf , the great Ethiopic scholar of the 17th and 18th centuries, soon claimed it to be a forgery produced by Abba Bahaila Michael.
The copies remained unused until the 19th century; Silvestre de Sacy , in "Notices sur le livre d'Enoch",  included extracts of the books with Latin translations Enoch chapters 1, 2, 5—16, 22, and From this a German translation was made by Rink in Oxford, Revised editions appeared in , , and The text, divided into chapters, was soon considered unreliable as it was the transcription of a single Ethiopic manuscript.
Two other translations came out around the same time: one in called Enoch Restitutus, or an Attempt Rev. However, both are considered to be poor—the translation most of all—and is discussed in Hoffmann.
It was considered the standard edition of 1 Enoch until the work of Charles. His translation and commentary of the Ethiopic text already represented an important advancement, as it was based on ten additional manuscripts. In R. Charles published a new critical edition of the Ethiopic text, using 23 Ethiopic manuscripts and all available sources at his time.
The English translation of the reconstructed text appeared in , and the same year in his collection of The Apocrypha and Pseudepigrapha of the Old Testament.
The official edition of all Enoch fragments appeared in , by Jozef Milik. In a new edition of the Ethiopic text was edited by Michael Knibb, with an English translation, while a new commentary appeared in by Matthew Black. Nickelsburg published the first volume of a comprehensive commentary on 1 Enoch in the Hermeneia series.
This section is said to have been composed in the 4th or 3rd century BCE according to Western scholars. Dream-Vision of Enoch: his Intercession for Azazel and the fallen angels : and his Announcement of their first and final Doom.