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❰EPUB❯ ✷ Trinity Author Leon Uris – It-ural.pro The terrible beauty that is Ireland comes alive in this mighty epic that re creates that Emerald's Isle's fierce struggle for independence Trinity is a saga of glories and defeats triumphs and tragediThe terrible beauty that is Ireland comes alive in this mighty epic that re creates that Emerald's Isle's fierce struggle for independence Trinity is a saga of glories and defeats triumphs and tragedies lived by a young Catholi.

C rebel and the beautiful and valiant Protestant girl who defied her heritage to join him Leon Uris has painted a masterful portrait of a beleaguered people divided by religion and wealth impoverished Catholic peasants pitted a.

PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro

PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro Leon Marcus Uris August 3 1924 June 21 2003 was an American novelist known for his historical fiction and the deep research that went into his novels His two bestselling books were Exodus published in 1958 and Trinity in 1976 Leon Uris was born in Balti Maryland the son of Jewish American parents Wolf William and Anna Blumberg Uris His father a Polish born immigrant was a pa

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  1. Jennifer Jennifer says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBThis is one of the select few on my bookshelves that I've bothered to read than once uite a feat as the book is roughly 800 pages or so and has got to be one of my top five if not my absolute favorite book of all time This is the first Uris book I read and I became an instant fan Leon Uris is a masterful story teller who irrevokably draws you in to his tales and this one is about 19th century Ireland in which several decades of Irish history are woven into the stories of three families seamlessly The only minor negative I can think of is that the story is a bit one sided but as you read you find yourself believing that the rebels' cause is a righteous one Action drama suspense romance history this book has a bit of everything I'm also not one to get all that emotional when reading books but the last chapter Oh my Keep the kleenex handy Make su


  2. Linda C Linda C says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBI loved this book and have read probably six times Great love story and great historical fiction at the same time The first review on Goodreads really panned this book and all of Leon Uris' books in general do NOT believe that review or his comments about other Uris books in particular Exodus This person's comments were basically that the situation was presented one sided without any shades of gray and the book was little than propagandaI disagree with that assessment but also want to ask the uestion how can there be another side to either the Irish Catholic situation in Northern Ireland or certainly the Jewish exodus to Israel after WWII? Is it not an established fact that the English treated the native Irish population horribl


  3. David David says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBIn all of Leon Uris's books the schema is very simple There are good guys and there are bad guys and nowhere is there room for even a shade of ambiguity This kind of cartoonish view of the world leads to books which might be better classified as propaganda than as historical fictionThis was certainly the case for Exodus which amounted to thinly disguised propaganda Armageddon dealing with the Berlin airlift also tended toward crude 'good guybad guy' categorizations but didn't bother me uite as much However I found Uris's heavyhanded reductionist approach to writing about the situation in my own country supremely offensive from start to finish In addition to grossly oversimplifying political events and allegiances throughout Uris is sure to include every la


  4. John John says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBA great book from Leon Uris Trinity is a bit long and perhaps a bit one sided in telling the tale of the struggles in Northern Ireland It is a tale well told The characters are rich and memor


  5. Shelli Shelli says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBThis book was a very hard read at times filled with so little hope but I learned so much I knew very little about the ProtestantCatholic struggle in Ireland in the late 1800's and early 1900's Another tragic time in history where ignorance caused hatred fueled by religious fervor One of my favorite uotes came from my favorite character in the book Conor Larkin He is an Irish Catholic rebel who spends his life fighting for his implausible causeThey sat across from one another and Atty waited until he opened his own door and let it all pour outIf there's a God he whispered at last and I surely think there is He will have looked down on the Catholics and Protestants of this province and shaken His head sadly in realization it is the one place the Devil has beaten Him thoroughlyThere were parts of the story that were exciting and page turning and others that read like a history lesson The story was written in a way that le


  6. Caitlin Caitlin says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBLet's begin by stipulating that Uris is a pulp fiction writer and should be read and reviewed on those terms There's absolutely nothing wrong with pulp fiction it's a great and wonderful genre full of entertainment value With Uris' books the formula is pretty simple Our hero is noble well read and self sacrificing He's closed himself off but is waiting for the right woman The right woman is also noble and self sacrificing but strong willed and beautiful He sets these folks down in the middle of some big historical conflict and then uses them to give readers a bit of a history lesson He's typically got a bias but most history does These are good solid historical epicsI really like Mila 18 his book about the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising It inspired me to read a lot of actual history of the event including a number of diari


  7. Susan Susan says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBWhen I first read this book over twenty years ago I knew very little of the history of the Home Rule conflict between Ireland and England and found it to be a moving and often shocking


  8. Owen Owen says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBHaving come to Trinity after a break of some twenty years since reading the Uris classics Exodus Mila 18 and Armageddon it was a very pleasant surprise to be able to discover that old zest for life that lusty undercurrent which marks his work and fills it with an unmistakable energy At the same time Trinity enabled me to discover something about my own Irish background and put the perspective of history into a new position for me altogether In fact so tainted were we some of us by the version of the other protagonists in that ghastly sto


  9. Cheryl Cheryl says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBI don't know how I forgot to record this bookI just found it in my garage one of the few that escaped garage sales or Goodwill I keep it around hoping to one day re read it I recall running late for work or returning from lunch during the time that I read this book because I simply had to wrench myself away from the story often making a bathroom stop to dry my eyes and reapply mascara My dull review could never do it justice It's a story about a family in Ireland following their lives through 3? generations The day to day lives of the family is intertwined with the decades of cultural political turmoil famine; and incredible violence and hatred between the Protestants and Catholics that evolved through British occupation and colonialism I've always been drawn to everything Irish but the way the story unfolds by focusing on one family through generations sucks the reader in on such a personal level that you feel as if you'v


  10. Mary Slowik Mary Slowik says:

    PDF/EPUB Leon Uris Ý PDF/EPUB Trinity ePUB Ã Ý it ural.pro trinity pdf, Trinity PDF/EPUBI'm going to try and keep this real simpleWhat I liked the well executed compression of Irish history into a thirty year period from 1885 to 1915 with echoes of the prior thousand years The whole theme of no present no future only the past happening over and over again The ultimately fatalistic message that the best Irish Republicans could hope for was a glorious defeat The uality of Uris' writing which I've come to expect in that he can seamlessly weave together scene and summary The unabashed tenderness in the romantic scenes the appeal of the 'vulnerable' masculine hero Conor Larkin Lastly the invention of the word oilylike used in place of


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