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Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy

¾ Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy ✓ Rosemary Harris - Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy, Bright and Morning Star The Egyptian Trilogy After their adventures described in The Moon in the Cloud and The Shadow on the Sun Reuben and Thamar have become prince and princess of Canaan Amidst their happiness is one sorrow their son Sadhi

  • Title: Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy
  • Author: Rosemary Harris
  • ISBN: 9780571142910
  • Page: 103
  • Format: Paperback

¾ Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy ✓ Rosemary Harris, Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy, Rosemary Harris, Bright and Morning Star The Egyptian Trilogy After their adventures described in The Moon in the Cloud and The Shadow on the Sun Reuben and Thamar have become prince and princess of Canaan Amidst their happiness is one sorrow their son Sadhi who is deaf and dumb There is trouble when he is sent back to Kemi at a time of upheaval ¾ Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy ✓ Rosemary Harris - Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy, Bright and Morning Star The Egyptian Trilogy After their adventures described in The Moon in the Cloud and The Shadow on the Sun Reuben and Thamar have become prince and princess of Canaan Amidst their happiness is one sorrow their son Sadhi

  • ¾ Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy ✓ Rosemary Harris
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Bright and Morning Star: The Egyptian Trilogy

About "Rosemary Harris"

  1. Rosemary Harris

    Librarian Note There is than one author in the GoodReads database with this name See this thread for information.Harris attended school in Weymouth, and then studied at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, the Chelsea School of Art and the Courtauld Institute She served in the British Red Cross Nursing Auxiliary Westminster Division during World War II, and has worked as a picture restorer, a reader for Metro Goldwyn Mayer, and a children s book reviewer for The Times from 1970 to 1973 She won the Carnegie Medal in 1968 for The Moon in the Cloud This book was the first in a trilogy set in ancient Egypt The subsequent books were The Shadow on the Sun and The Bright and Morning Star The book was also the basis for a 1978 episode of the BBC series Jackanory Other books dealt with topics as diverse as terrorism, magic and futuristic totalitarianism.

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  1. This story takes takes place some years after the previous book and Thamar and Reuben are now parents of a large family one of whom, Sadhi, is causing them a great deal of distress Following an accident he has become deaf and dumb and in his frustration and isolation has become violent and is refusing food His parents fear for his life and following a star of omen, Thamar sets out once for Egypt in the hope that a cure can be found there, taking her faithful elephant M Tuska and of course the n [...]


  2. The Bright and Morning Star focusses on the children of previous books protagonists Merenkere s children Ta Thata and Sinuhe are, of course, due to be married to one another Neither is especially keen on the idea, and Sinuhe s tutor, the priest No Hotep, has plans of his own Ta Thata s friend, the Chief Royal Architect Hekhti, becomes involved in the treatment of Reuben and Thamar s son Sadhi, who is deaf and dumb.



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