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The Tower of Babel

The Tower of Babel Set in the Middle East on the brink of war this novel portrays the Arab Jewish confrontation The successful terrorist becomes a statesman and a national hero The unsuccessful one is branded a crimina

  • Title: The Tower of Babel
  • Author: Morris West
  • ISBN: 9780434859078
  • Page: 277
  • Format: None
  • Set in the Middle East on the brink of war, this novel portrays the Arab Jewish confrontation The successful terrorist becomes a statesman and a national hero The unsuccessful one is branded a criminal But they all know themselves to be heroes.

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    About "Morris West"

    1. Morris West

      Morris Langlo West was born in St Kilda, Melbourne in 1916 At the age of fourteen, he entered the Christian Brothers seminary as a kind of refuge from a difficult childhood He attended the University of Melbourne and worked as a teacher In 1941 he left the Christian Brothers without taking final vows In World War II he worked as a code breaker, and for a time he was private secretary to former prime minister Billy Hughes After the war, West became a successful writer and producer of radio serials In 1955 he left Australia to build an international career as a writer With his family, he lived in Austria, Italy, England and the USA, including a stint as the Vatican correspondent for the British newspaper, the Daily Mail He returned to Australia in 1982.Morris West wrote 30 books and many plays, and several of his novels were adapted for film His books were published in 28 languages and sold than 60 million copies worldwide Each new book he wrote after he became an established writer sold than one million copies.West received many awards and accolades over his long writing career, including the James Tait Black Memorial Prize and the W.H Heinemann Award of the Royal Society of Literature for The Devil s Advocate In 1978 he was elected a fellow of the World Academy of Art and Science He was appointed a Member of the Order of Australia AM in 1985, and was made an Officer of the Order AO in 1997 Morris West died at his desk in 1999.

    789 Comments

    1. It is a spy novel with its setting in the Middle East. The book is written in a city format - what is happening in Haifa, then Jerusalem and then again Damascus as well as other places. As it unfolds the links become clear and the whole rationale for a spy network becomes clear. The opposite is also happening that is the detection of such a spy network its funding through banks and its operations. The personal love life of the operatives and their families, the problems which are unavoidable bec [...]


    2. This is an old book that honestly bored me to sleep I tried, but I really couldn't get into it 60% into the book. I scanned the end and called it good enough. Something tells me it would have been better if it hasn't been a Reader's Digest copy. =/




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