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From the moment I had known him conceived, a bastard in a small village, I had tried to protect him from his hostile family and neighbors and instill in him a sense of caution and self-preservation. Yet here he stood, drawing the vastly more dangerous attentions of the priests and Romans. I had raised a child I feared for?not the one who would become this public man. What a fool I felt. My efforts as his mother had been miserably mistaken and so ended in this estrangement.?Miryam (Mary) of Nazareth as she witnesses her son, Yeshua (Jesus), addressing a large crowd in Galilee

The Miryam Monologues depicts the struggle of a fiercely protective woman to understand her son and to accept his fate. Told from her own perspective, these twenty-six monologues record the growth of Miryam from a beleaguered fifteen-year-old girl into an inspired leader of her eldest son?s followers.

The Miryam Monologues begins with a bold young woman whose indifference to convention ostracizes her from her community. The marriage offered by Yosef (Joseph) saves Miryam from stoning, but she doubts her husband believes her account of Yeshua?s origin.

When Yeshua undertakes his mission to heal and teach, Miryam watches in confusion, helpless to protect her child as he exposes himself to the hostility of the priests and Romans. As her son approaches his inevitable death, Miryam fights to end her bitter alienation from him and, in the last hours of his life, to achieve her own redemption.

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Michael Lapointe graduated with a bachelor?s degree in English literature from the University of Vermont before eventually earning a master?s degree in library and information science from Simmons College.

After relocating to San Francisco, he worked in archives and libraries before retiring in 2011.

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Buchbeschreibung Createspace, United States, 2014. Paperback. Buchzustand: New. 229 x 152 mm. Language: English . Brand New Book ***** Print on Demand *****. From the moment I had known him conceived, a bastard in a small village, I had tried to protect him from his hostile family and neighbors and instill in him a sense of caution and self-preservation. Yet here he stood, drawing the vastly more dangerous attentions of the priests and Romans. I had raised a child I feared for-not the one who would become this public man. What a fool I felt. My efforts as his mother had been miserably mistaken and so ended in this estrangement. - Miryam (Mary) of Nazareth as she witnesses her son, Yeshua (Jesus), addressing a large crowd in Galilee The Miryam Monologues depicts the struggle of a fiercely protective woman to understand her son and to accept his fate. Told from her own perspective, these twenty-six monologues record the growth of Miryam from a beleaguered fifteen-year-old girl into an inspired leader of her eldest son s followers. The Miryam Monologues begins with a bold young woman whose indifference to convention ostracizes her from her community. The marriage offered by Yosef (Joseph) saves Miryam from stoning, but she doubts her husband believes her account of Yeshua s origin. When Yeshua undertakes his mission to heal and teach, Miryam watches in confusion, helpless to protect her child as he exposes himself to the hostility of the priests and Romans. As her son approaches his inevitable death, Miryam fights to end her bitter alienation from him and, in the last hours of his life, to achieve her own redemption. Buchnummer des Verkäufers APC9781499395488

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