Book #123926

Joseph in Egypt

Thomas Mann

Binding: Hardcover
Book Condition: Very Good+
Publisher: New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1938.

Price: $69.00

A Very Good+ edition that has little shelfwear and some age toning.

Joseph is a man of faith and strength in a time of great turmoil. The Pharaoh’s officials make numerous attempts to kill him, but he survives. The Pharaoh’s dreams and the interpretation given by the wise men help Joseph to understand the situation and to secure his family’s safety. Finally, Pharaoh allows Joseph to take the Pharaoh’s daughter and her husband as prisoners to Egypt. Joseph is able to interpret Pharaoh’s dreams and save the people of Egypt.; Vol. 1; 8vo; 369 pages.

Author Bio

Thomas Mann

German author Thomas Mann (June 6, 1875- August 12, 1955) gained international recognition as a writer of novels, short stories, and essays. In 1929 Mann won the Nobel Prize in Literature. His works are noted for their insight into the psyche of the artist and intellectual. Mann’s most recognized works include Holy Sinner and Magic Mountain.