Alexander the Great: a novel
This novel, which resists the temptation to portray Alexander in the mantle of purely romantic legend, covers his life from age fifteen to his death at age thirty-two. Typical of Kazantzakis, this story, like the legends of old, is entertaining as well as instructive for readers of all ages.
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Smoothly written, can't blame the translator for this. It is a YA book, that whitewashes and romanticizes Alexander. No conflict with Philip - except one scene for which Philip eventually apologizes ... Read full review