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Moses the Lawgiver (novel)

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Moses the Lawgiver
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First edition
AuthorThomas Keneally
PublisherHarper and Row
Publication date
Media typePrint
Pages221 pp
Preceded byBlood Red, Sister Rose 
Followed byGossip from the Forest 

Moses the Lawgiver (1975) is a novel by Australian writer Thomas Keneally.[1] The novel is based on the British television series "Moses the Lawgiver", for which Anthony Burgess wrote the script.[2]

Story outline

The novel follows the story of the biblical figure Moses who found the Ten Commandments and parted the Red Sea.

Critical reception

In her review of the book in The Australian Women's Weekly Nicola Worsley concluded: "I will admit to being beguiled by the whole publication. Thomas Keneally, with a novelist's imagination and insight, has taken familiar and unfamiliar aspects of Moses' life to bring to interesting reality this dramatic tale."[3]

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