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Lion's honey : the myth of Samson

Author: David Grossman; Stuart Schoffman
Publisher: Edinburgh ; New York : Canongate, [2007], 2006] ©2006
Series: Myths (Canongate Publishing)
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : First American pbk. editionView all editions and formats
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"Samson the hero; a brave warrior, leader of men and Nazarite of God? Or a misfit given to whoring and lust, who failed to fulfill his destiny? In Lion's Honey, David Grossman takes on one of the most vivid and controversial characters in the Bible. Revisiting Samson's famous battle with the lion, his many women and his betrayal by them all - including the only one he ever loved - Grossman gives us a provocative new  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Grossman, David.
Lion's honey.
(OCoLC)263025737
Named Person: Samson, (Biblical judge); Samson, (Biblical judge)
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David Grossman; Stuart Schoffman
ISBN: 9780802197719 080219771X
OCLC Number: 886582238
Notes: "Printed in the USA 04/07"--Page 4 of cover
Description: 1 online resource (xxix, 155 pages)
Series Title: Myths (Canongate Publishing)
Other Titles: Devash arayot.
Responsibility: David Grossman ; translated from the Hebrew by Stuart Schoffman.

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Revisits Samson's famous battle with the lion, his many women and his betrayal by them all, including the only one he ever loved. This title reveals the journey of a single, lonely and tortured soul  Read more...

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Extraordinary, ground-breaking, empowering. * * Guardian * * His journey takes us to the heart of ourselves, in this millennia-old creation of a man like Oedipus whose tragedy was that his own Read more...

 
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