5 edition of Die Herrin vom Nil. Roman einer Pharaonin. found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||January 1, 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
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Essai sur les abus des régles générales, et contre les préjugés qui sopposent aux progres de lart des accouchemens. Contenant ... 1o. La maniere de se conduire pendant la grossesse, etc. 2o. Le choix des nourrices
Die Herrin vom Nil. Roman einer Pharaonin. Gedge's habit of her characters knowing the future is tiresome, and takes away from any depth that the story might otherwise have. When Thutmose II died, Queen Hatshepsut steps in and crowns herself Pharaoh.
And so they were bothered that the woman was in power that they destroyed all the hallmarks of her reign. Who knows what really happened, but what's here is powerful. There are several other retellings of her story, but most tend to characterize Hatshepset as some power-hungry aunt who "stole" the crown. Maybe I am meant to write one - lol! 25 stars In ancient Egypt I looked it up, and Hatshepsut lived around 1500 BC. Eine Weitergabe Ihrer Daten erfolgt an das mit der Lieferung beauftragte Versandunternehmen, soweit dies zur Lieferung der Waren notwendig ist.
Why bother men when a woman in power? To qoute Penguin Canada's website: A chronicle of passionate intrigue and sensuous exoticism, Child of the Morning resurrects the life of the awesome Hatshepsut, the only woman pharaoh of ancient Egypt, whose name was erased from history by her enemies, outraged at having to bow to a woman's command.
Simply put there aren't any real plot holes. She was the first 'great woman' of known history, and that's a freaking big deal. In jedem Falle aber dem Preis und der Zustandsnote entsprechend GUT ERHALTEN.
I found Senmut's character arc the most intriguing, but he too lost his appeal by the middle of the book.
I particularly liked the relationship between Hatshepsut and Senmut, especially without it becoming a romance novel.