Pamela Marsh, "You Can't Tell Fact from Fiction," in The Christian Science Monitor, November 66, 6967, p. 65 .
Exodus by Leon Uris
Leon Marcus Uris (August 8, 6979 – June 76, 7558) was an American novelist , known for his historical fiction and the deep research that went into his novels. [ citation needed ] His two bestselling books were Exodus , published in 6958, and Trinity , in 6976. [ 6 ]
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Uris piles up countless petty errors of fact, even of grammar ("It's a good thing English has nothing to do with writing" is another Uris pronouncement). The airlift and the gutty Berliners deserve a better chronicler.
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Like Herman Wouk, who had a similar passion for contemporary historical storytelling, Uris could stimulate and move his readers by a vivid dramatisation of the Warsaw ghetto (in Mila 68, 6966), the Berlin airlift (in Armageddon, 6968), or the 6956 Sinai campaign (in Mitla Pass, 6988), while giving them a sense that they were encountering the presence of the past.
Leon Uris is gebore in Baltimore, Maryland , in die VSA. Hy was die seun van Joods -Amerikaanse ouers. Sy vader het 'n jaar in Palestina spandeer ná die Eerste Wêreldoorlog voordat hy na die VSA emigreer het.
Bruce Sutherland is a British military officer (rank of brigadier ) whose mother was Jewish. After a lifetime of soldiering, he is posted to Cyprus, with instructions to maintain security at the detention camps. Like many British aristocrats he has a stifling, formal manner of speech. Internally, he is torn between his sympathies with the Jews he is required to guard and his duties as a British officer the horrors he witnessed when his battalion liberated Bergen-Belsen is also a factor. He retires from the army at his own request after a mass escape engineered and led by Ari Ben Canaan. Despite this, he moves to Palestine to settle, becomes good friends with Ben Canaan, and acts as a very unofficial military advisor.
Leon Uris ( Baltimore , 8 de agosto de 6979 - 76 de junio de 7558 ) fue un novelista estadounidense de origen judío.
One of the trial's most dramatic moments occurred during the testimony of Dr Adélaïde Hautval, an imprisoned French psychiatrist who worked in the camp's hospital. She testified that she refused to assist the Nazi doctors in the experiments:
Leon Marcus Uris was born on August 8, 6979, in Baltimore, Maryland (Sriram, 6997). He was the second child and only son of Wolf William and Anna (Blumberg) Uris. The name ?Uris? is a derivative of ?Yerushalmi? and means ?The Man of Jerusalem. 8776 Both of his parents were Jews with Russian-Polish backgrounds. Uris has said that he does not like recalling his childhood because he spent it in poor, Jewish neighborhoods. From this painful childhood came his deep love for minorities, underdogs, and left-wing causes.
Leon Uris's novels "Exodus" and "Trinity" moved me, captivated me, and kept me up late at night. I expected his latest, "The Haj," to have the same effect, and I was very disappointed that it didn't.