A reverent retelling of the story of Joseph (Gen. 37, 39-46), accompanied by spare, suggestive pen and ink drawings. Joseph...

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JOSEPH

A reverent retelling of the story of Joseph (Gen. 37, 39-46), accompanied by spare, suggestive pen and ink drawings. Joseph is introduced as a misunderstood dreamer (?) sold into slavery by brothers jealous of his priority in Jacob's heart; the subsequent amplifications are attuned to the sense of the original and convey his changes of fortune with few awkward alterations. Miss Schindler's delicately coarse-textured drawings on almost every page (but not at all babyish) should attract browsers.

Pub Date: Feb. 3, 1969

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Publisher: Delacorte

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Feb. 1, 1969