Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great
by Hubbard, Elbert

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Book Excerpt: Israelites, is problematic. Royal families are not apt to adopt an unknown waif into the royal household and bring him up as their royal own, especially if this waif belongs to what is regarded as an inferior race. The tie of motherhood is the only one that could over-rule caste and override prejudice. If the daughter of Pharaoh, or more properly "the Pharaoh," were the mother of Moses, she had a better reason for hiding him in the bulrushes than did the daughter of a Levite, for the order to kill these profitable workers is extremely doubtful. The strength, skill and ability of the Israelites formed a valuable acquisition to the Egyptians, and what they wanted was more Israelites, not fewer.Judging from the statement that there were only two midwives, there were only a few hundred Israelites--perhaps between one and two thousand, at most.So leaving the legend of the childhood of Moses with just enough mystery mixed in it to give it a perpetual piquancy, we learn that he was brought up an EgyRead More

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  • PID: 15127277061
  • Publisher: Wise & Co
  • Seller: Between the Covers-Rare Books
    Condition: Very Good
    Notes: Memorial. Very good plus in 13 Volumes. All but one volume has paper dustwrapper, generally in VG condition with spines browned. Please Note: This book has been transferred to Between the Covers from another database and might not be described to our usual standards. Please inquire for more detailed condition information.