Moses in the Sinai



➩ [Ebook] ➤ Moses in the Sinai By Simone Zelitch ➵ – E17streets4all.co.uk Moses in the Sinai rewrites the books of Exodus and Numbers by way of The Arabian Nights, Nikos Kazantzakis, and Cecil B DeMille It makes generous use of myth and history, ancient and contemporary The Moses in the Sinai rewrites the books of Exodus and Numbers by way of The Arabian Nights, Nikos Kazantzakis, and Cecil B DeMille It makes generous use of myth and history, ancient and contemporary The Hebrews of the novel are a varied mob of outlaws, Moses in PDF \ magicians, sorcerers, aristocrats, and idolators, all content with being slaves Moses must lead them into the Sinai against their will in the hope of serving a God whose very identity he doubts The Hebrews of this historical and imaginative novel inhabit a world where children are born in cooking pots, meat rains from the sky, fish talk, and prophecies come true It is a world where human emotion can take miraculous forms Moses in the Sinai is full of such miracles.Moses in the Sinai

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  • Hardcover
  • 270 pages
  • Moses in the Sinai
  • Simone Zelitch
  • English
  • 02 September 2019
  • 0930773594

10 thoughts on “Moses in the Sinai

  1. says:

    This is not intended to be a typical novelization of Scripture as the author notes this novel is scripturally accurate only in coincidence with my imagination But it is close enough to be interesting to people who find Scripture interesting as well as to those who don t Most of the novel is simliar to how most Americans think of the Bible yet a bit different Instead of groaning under Egyptian oppression, the Hebrews are so terrified of the Sinai wilderness that they worship Pharoah and This is not intended to be a typical novelization of Scripture as the author notes this novel is scripturally accurate only in coincidence with my imagination But it is close enough to be interesting to people who find Scripture interesting as well as to those who don t Most of the novel is simliar to how most Americans think of the Bible yet a bit different Instead of groaning under Egyptian oppression, the Hebrews are so terrified of the Sinai wilderness that they worship Pharoah and happily comply with an order to kill their baby boys because they have been told that a baby boy will lead them out of Egypt into this wilderness, where they expect to starve to death Instead of being a normal person who just happens to hear the voice of God, Moses is a mystic who comes across as a little bit crazy yet just barely sane enough to lead Miriam isa supernatural figure than a person Aaron and occasionally the Pharoah are the only real voices of normalcy

  2. says:

    One of my favorites by Simone Zelitch The characterization of Moses was great It made me think of him in a whole new light.

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