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Alroy: The Prince of the Captivity

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Alroy: The Prince of the Captivity
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Publisher: M. Walter Dunne
ISBN/ASIN: 1448001102
Number of pages: 341

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Probably the first Jewish historical novel ever published. D'Israeli describes David as a young man who was known as a descendant of King David and who was accepted as being the king of the Jews before he proclaimed himself the messiah. We read how he kills the brother of the Sultan who was trying to rape his sister and his adventures during his flight to save himself from the Sultan's wrath...

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