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Moon of Israel

A Tale of the Exodus

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Published: 1918
Language: English
Wordcount: 88,223 / 240 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 71.9
LoC Category: PR
Downloads: 2,754
mnybks.net#: 3124
Origin: gutenberg.org

Never has Sir Rider Haggard touched a higher standard than in this mighty romance. Never has he given us a more convincing impression of verisimilitude, and never has his creative ingenuity been more fertile and more opulent. Nor has he, nor has any writer in our time, sounded a more dramatic diapason than in the telling of the over-throw of Pharaoh's host in the Red Sea.

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he beloved of the Pharaohs who have lived beneath the sun with me, tell of other men and matters. Behold! is it not written in this roll? Read, ye who shall find in the days unborn, if your gods have given you skill. Read, O children of the future, and learn the secrets of that past which to you is so far away and yet in truth so near.


As it chanced, although the Prince Seti and I were born upon the same day and therefore, like the other mothers of gentle rank whose children saw the light upon that day, my mother received Pharaoh's gift and I received the title of Royal Twin in Ra, never did I set eyes upon the divine Prince Seti until the thirtieth birthday of both of us. All of which happened thus.

In those days the great Pharaoh, Rameses the second, and after him his son Meneptah who succeeded when he was already old, since the mighty Rameses was taken to Osiris after he had counted one hundred risings of the Nile, dwelt for the most part at the city of Tanis in the desert, whereas I dwe

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