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So Moses Was Born

1952

'Once again, Joan Grant captures the overall majesty and grandeur as well as the important details of life in ancient Egypt to paint an unforgettable picture of events crucial to our lives today.'
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The story of Moses is a familiar one: found in the bull rushes, Moses' upbringing in the court of Egypt gave him the influence and power to set the Israelites free. Joan Grant enlarges the picture by depicting the events that lead up to the discovery of the baby Moses, convincingly portraying the man she believed was his father, Ramoses II, through the words of his reclusive half-brother Nebunefer.


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