2 edition of Solomon Moon found in the catalog.
RH Value Publishing
September 8, 1985
by Random House Value Publishing
Written in English
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The middle-aged identity crisis of an Solomon Moon book Sephardic Jew—who rediscovers his religious/ethnic identity in a long novel that's alternately engaging, pretentious, cutesy, and luridly melodramatic. Solomon Moon, head of the N.Y. story department for TransGlobal Films (Darrid held that position at Universal), is ish and thoroughly discontented.
Book One Page 1 Preface To Book One. The Key Of Solomon, save for a curtailed and incomplete copy published in France in the seventeenth century, has never yet been printed, but has for centuries remained in manuscript form inaccessible to all File Size: KB.
Until I read Solomon Northrup's "12 Years a Slave." Where has this book been. It is a masterpiece of history,of one man,one free man's life. A true picture of 'The Old South'. Northrup was a free black man with a beautiful wife and two daughters living in Saratoga,NY/5(K).
Background and sources. Nearly all evidence for Solomon’s life and reign comes from the Bible (especially the first 11 chapters of the First Book of Kings and the first nine chapters of the Second Book of Chronicles).According to those sources, his father was David (flourished c.
bce), the poet and king who, against great odds, founded the Judaean dynasty and united all. Solomon Kane is a fictional character created by the pulp-era writer Robert E. Howard.A late 16th–early 17th century Puritan, Solomon Kane is a somber-looking man who wanders the world with no apparent goal other than to vanquish evil in all its adventures, published mostly in the pulp magazine Weird Tales, often take him from Europe to the jungles of Africa and d by: Robert E.