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The cat of Bubastes : a tale of ancient Egypt (original 1888; edición 2002)

por G. A. Henty

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In 1250 B.C. the teenaged son of the Egyptian high priest sets off a series of harrowing events when he accidentally kills the sacred cat of Bubastes and, accompanied by his sister and two foreign slaves, embarks on a dangerous journey to find safe haven beyond the borders of Egypt.
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Título:The cat of Bubastes : a tale of ancient Egypt
Autores:G. A. Henty
Info:Mineola, N.Y.: Dover, 2002. vi, 308 p. ; 21 cm.
Colecciones:Tu biblioteca
Valoración:*****
Etiquetas:Ancient Egypt, YA, Excellent, Exciting, Historical Fiction

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The Cat of Bubastes por G. A. Henty (1888)

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Pretty good book that lets you discover quite a bit about Ancient Egypt, if you can pull the fact from the fiction, and a generally nice story. The language makes reading this book a little tiring, but it was written quite a while ago so that's understandable. My only complaint is that I wish there was more character development, especially towards the end, where a romance that's never discussed is just suddenly presented to you. ( )
  Bradley_Farless | Feb 25, 2021 |
Reprint. Reset with with the original illustrations. ( )
  ME_Dictionary | Mar 19, 2020 |
Ga Henty's books are full of historical information, woven into an adventuresome story. This one we did as a read aloud (which is quite an accomplishment, as it is long) but it was worth the effort. We learned more about Egypt reading this story than many other books combined. We've read several Henty books and this ranks as one of my favorites.
  wunderlong88 | Sep 14, 2018 |
Review: The Cat of Bubastes by G. A. Henty. This is a wonderful “Children’s Classic” written over a hundred years ago. There is no copyright date but the author was born in 1832 and died in 1902. I thought it was well written and I loved the characters. I really didn’t know at first that it was a children’s book until I read about the author. The story is written for any age with adventure, coming of age, culture, and people of various races as far back as Moses. The setting is in Egypt and described with as much authenticity to keep the reader captivated. Each chapter gives a great amount of details and interesting facts about Egypt woven into an exciting and suspenseful story that any reader would enjoy. The story is about a teen-age Rebu Prince, Amuba who lost his Kingdom, his father, his family, and his home to the Egyptians in a battle to take over the kingdom. They took many of the Redu people back to Egypt to use as slaves. However, the Prince and one of his father’s best companions, Jethro both ended up being chosen by the High Priest of the Temple of the Gods as a companion for his teen-age son Chebron, and a protector for his daughter. One day Chebron and Amuba took their bows and arrows out to the area where the hens, geese, ducks and other animals were migrating and hid in the bushes to find out what has been scaring and killing some of the flock. They heard a loud screech and noticed a large black raven swooping down in attempt to catch his prey. Both boys stood at a stance with their weapons ready and shot their arrows toward the bird. Amuba’s arrow found its mark and the bird dropped to the ground. Amuba was elated that he hit his mark until he looked over and saw Chebron in a state of panic pointing to the shed that housed some of his sister’s pets. Stuttering and crying Chebron managed to explain to Amuba that his arrow veered off a branch and struck his sister’s favorite and sacred cat. In Egypt a few animals are considered Gods of worship and this cat was highly sacred and was chosen as the one special blessed cat of Egypt. If it was known that he killed the cat he would be denounced and most likely be killed. Once this happens the decision was made by his father for Amuba, Jethro and Chebron to go away as far as they could. Before they even got out of the city the news had spread….The story moves on with plenty of adventure and chaos…. One moral concept I got from the story was that no matter what religion, race, sex or god many people gave a helping hand and were considerate of each other to the very end….but most stories has a villain…. ( )
  Juan-banjo | May 31, 2016 |
I read this book when I was really young and I loved it. The sacred cat of Bubastes has accidentally been slain; now young Chebron must pay for the offense with his own life, as this is the law of the Pagans in Egypt, 1250 BC. Chebron, the son of a high Egyptian priest, flees for his life, taking his sister Mysa, one of the household slaves Amuba, and several companions with him. They escape through closely guarded Egyptian exits only to find themselves in unfamiliar and dangerous lands inhabited by a very different culture of people. Along the way, the roving band of refugees encounters and befriends a Hebrew girl, who exposes them to very strange ideas, including the worship of "one true God." ( )
  mrsdanaalbasha | Mar 12, 2016 |
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In 1250 B.C. the teenaged son of the Egyptian high priest sets off a series of harrowing events when he accidentally kills the sacred cat of Bubastes and, accompanied by his sister and two foreign slaves, embarks on a dangerous journey to find safe haven beyond the borders of Egypt.

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