An Egyptian Resurrection (Paperback)

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An Egyptian Resurrection (Paperback)

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AN EGYPTIAN RESURRECTION An Egyptian Nobleman creates a stir in New York City in love and intrigue when he resurrects in an antiques dealer's shop wearing golden jewelry of his burial and tries to sell the jewelry as he moves around in high society with a new found love. LADIES, have you ever looked for true love and couldn't find it then been "floored" by a handsome, dynamic and available young gentleman suddenly on the scene? Have you felt "your butter melt" in his presence and decided this is the person you would like to spend the rest of your life with? Have you had to strategize to keep your friends' "hands off your man?" If rich, have you wanted to share your wealth with this person because of how he makes you feel? Have your felt overjoyed in his presence at tourist spots, historically interesting places of your city, as in New York, viz., Metropolitan Museum of Art, Madison Square Garden, Circle Line, on a lengthy walk along 42nd Street and up 5th Avenue "window shopping;" experiencing goose bumps every step of the way? When at social functions parading "your catch," as he becomes the life of the party, do you proudly walk on air? When entering a room and all eyes are on him, do you remind yourself "I have him and you don't?" Would you gladly accompany him on a foreign trip to view temples, museums, tombs of Egypt? These challenges Fantegla faced GENTLEMEN, have you "suddenly arrived" in a new country, city, culture, as if in a new time; and had to instantly adjust for your very survival? Have you had to hurriedly create a historic memory of your new environment? Have you been amazed as you visit memorable places as the Brooklyn Museum and Botanic Gardens, enjoy the beautiful view of the New York skyline, attend the African Street Festival in Brooklyn, taken a ride on the New York City Subway and was stunned at the underground experience? Have you researched the New York Public Library Oriental Division and been captivated by its offerings? Can't work at your old profession, needing money, while possessing memorable antique jewelry, are you up to modern wheeling and dealing of selling such? How do you respond to a female acquaintance whose social demeanor, physical features and personality seem a carbon copy of your ancient "flame?" That first sip from the modern American "honey pot" is so surprisingly exhilarating, how would you feel to constantly long to return to do combat in the erogenous zone? How do you assess chances of returning to the old country to retrieve buried treasure that would set you up for life? These thought-provoking challenges confronted two people, suddenly thrust together as they imbibe in the unbelievable ecstasy of young love caught in dynamics of intrigue and power play promising the world as their oyster? Would you like to reflect on some major events of mid 1980s during the Reagan years? An Egyptian Resurrection encompasses all of these dynamics in a page turner that allows the reader to digest it all. Our hero visits the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York and is fascinated by its display of his country's artifacts. He strategizes to acquire a passport, returns to Egypt first to create a modern memory of his ancient land by visiting temples, tombs, museums, then reconnoiters his buried treasure location. Returning to New York, he returns to Egypt to recover his buried treasure on the slopes of Deir el Bahari. Successful, he returns to his beloved with the jewelry, as the dynamics of intense love interplays between two wonderful people caught up in the intrigue of antiquities acquisition. to recover Frederick Monderson, an African historian and Egyptologist, has written extensively on ancient Egypt. He can be reached at SuMon Publishers PO Box 160685, Brooklyn, New York 11216, or, any of these others sumonpublishers.com@sumonpublishers.com fredsegypt@fredsegypt.com blackfolksbooks.com@blackfolksbook.com.
Product Details ISBN: 9781610230421
ISBN-10: 1610230426
Publisher: Sumon Publishers
Publication Date: September 3rd, 2013
Pages: 306
Language: English