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Leon Uris magnificently portrays the birth of a new nation in the midst of enemies –the . Pues bien, Éxodo es uno de esos libros; o, por lo menos lo es para mí. Libros sin clasificar: Libro exodo por leon uris. Compra, venta y subastas de Libros sin clasificar en todocoleccion. Lote : EXODO: TAPA DURA TELA EDITORIAL CON GRABADOS NEGRO. FIRMA Y DATA ANT. PROPIETARIO ESTADO BUENO.

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Excellent; one of the best works of historical fiction I’ve read. Part historical novel, part history lesson, once read, never forgotten. Why did they need a Jewish homeland? The characters all react in different but believable ways to the events around them, and they generlaly change and become stronger throughout the course of the novel.

I don’t doubt that the blame for many of the problems the nascent ursi encountered can be placed squarely in the lap of the former British Empire. We participate in the creation of a homeland, and feel just as proud of the newly reclaimed farmlands and flowering of the desert as the kibbutzim who worked so hard. Detalles del producto Tapa blanda Editor: Be warned that it takes a while to read it. This is another book that I read as a young teenager.

There’s Ari Ben Canaan, whose father fled from the “Jewish Pale” of Russia and helped reclaim the land from the desert. There was no room for that in this book. Although it is a novel, it is completely framed in historical facts I know because the stuff I read was so unbelievable, I had to look it up for myself to see if it was true – I even found publically-avail Among the top five books I have ever read, and also one of the most important.

Exodus by Leon Uris

Plus, it has a really great love story! The novel also boasts hordes of characters, most of whom meticulously drawn and presented. Whatever it is, this book sure stirs up some feelings. Yes, you guessed it. Libros, en fin, que nos hacen vibrar y sufrir kibro partes iguales. This truthful account also looks through the eyes of Arabs, British and others.


Jan 12, Noa rated it really liked it Recommends it for: A government tourist hostess approached him. Uris does a great job of bringing them to life and making them feel real though – I was sad when the novel ended and feel as though I will miss them!

A fantastic historical novel, even thought it’s fiction. This book is useful for learning the romantic Zionist version of events surroundingbut contrary to several of the reviews here, it is NOT a reliable historical source or one I would recommend for those interested in seriously learning about the roots of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.

Preview — Exodus by Leon Uris. It’s an important historical novel that, within a fictionalized approach, offers excellent insight into the formation of the Jewish state and nation of Israel in the late s. Ha surgido un problema al filtrar las opiniones justo en este momento. Takes a little while to get moving, but so worth it! A section at the start of the book lists pages of organizations that were swelled with Nazi sympathisers and fanatics, not just the normal stuff like the SS and Gestapo that we think of but the Professions Doctors, Engineers, TechniciansCourts, Banks, Transportation, Utilities and Power, Health, Education, commerce, race, culture, women’s affairs, police, local government.

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As well as the British who colonized Palestine at the time of Israel’s independence. I learned so much that I did not know or understand about Jewish history, and in such an easy-read format. The love stories were sweet but not terribly engaging except for Karen and Dov- we needed more of that one! Vuelva a intentarlo en otro momento. For example, true historical initiatives and events such as the Truman Doctrine, Marshall Plan, and Berlin Airlift are described, but the novel’s characters who are instrumental in acting upon those affairs within the German theater are fictional.

Finally, I read Armageddon on my Kindle, a novel I had wanted read to for a very long time. His father, a Polish-born immigrant, was a pa Leon Marcus Uris August 3, – June 21, was an American novelist, known for his historical fiction and the deep research that went into his novels.

One of the things that people often bring up about the Jews after the war is why didn’t they just go back to places where they came from? There is no better tale than this of how brave these people were and still are. The death of both his brothers and his discovery of a concentration camp leaves Sean as a German-hater.


Especially reading this over the past few days, libdo a fresh conflict brewing, the context is now very different. Definitely a good read and worth buying.

Jan 12, KC rated iris it was ok.

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There’s the tale of Karen Clement, a German Jew who found refuge among the Danes, whose King said in a broadcast to his occupied country, that if any in his kingdom had to wear a band with a yellow star, he’d be the first–and whose people then evacuated their Jewish population to Sweden rather than let the Nazi’s have them. Really, this is one of my all time fave books.

We participate in the creation o Another of my ‘Haven’t Read This In 30 Years’ titles, the trigger event here is the dramatic story of children who become passengers on the ship Exodus. As much as I want to believe it’s all true, and it is what it was, I know that it is not.

His two bestselling books librro Exodus, published inand Trinity, in The book goes into detail about how they were discriminated against in Poland over many generations and then how the Polish people stood by when the Germans came in urjs murdered the Jews en masse. Much to my chagrin I have never read Leon Uris! In fact, EXODUS opens in as underground Jewish groups attempt to thwart the British attempts to keep Palestine-bound Jewry sealed up in virtual concentration camps in other areas like Cyrpus, in the obvious hope they will give up any attempt to find their homeland and return to war-torn Europe.

Foreign correspondent Mark Palmer and his childhood friend Kitty Fremont are reunited and enjoying the Cyprus sun after the long war in Europe. We meet the sabras: