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Office of innocence

a novel

by Thomas Keneally

  • 342 Want to read
  • 25 Currently reading

Published by N.A. Talese in New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Australia
    • Subjects:
    • World War, 1939-1945 -- Australia -- Fiction,
    • Belief and doubt -- Fiction,
    • Catholics -- Fiction,
    • Murder -- Fiction,
    • Clergy -- Fiction,
    • Australia -- Fiction

    • Edition Notes

      Originally published: London : Sceptre, 2002.

      StatementThomas Keneally.
      GenreFiction.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsPR9619.3.K46 O37 2003
      The Physical Object
      Pagination319 p. ;
      Number of Pages319
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3570283M
      ISBN 100385507631
      LC Control Number2002073653

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Mar 18,  · Office of Innocence is one of those rare books that explores the dilemmas on the boundaries between moral systems and real life. It does so fittingly though an impressionable man of faith - a priest at that. There is a wry humor in the conflicts between faith /5.

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About Office of Innocence Marshalling the vast powers of narrative and historical re-creation that he brought to his international bestseller Schindler’s List, Thomas Keneally has created a moving and provocative novel about a headstrong young Catholic priest in World War II Australia.

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Jun 01,  · Office of Innocence tells a somewhat familiar story (that of a young priest experiencing an inner crisis) in a different way. The fact that the story is set takes place in World War II helps because it gives it added drama.

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Office of Innocence tells a somewhat familiar story (that of a young priest experiencing an inner crisis) in a different way. The fact that the story is set takes place in World War II helps because it gives it added drama.

Frank Darragh is tempted by a POW widow, and he's faced with difficult choices because of. Nevertheless, Office of Innocence succeeds best as a searching analysis of the religious life; it’s a richer, more mature counterpart to Keneally’s somewhat similar fiction, Three Cheers for.

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OFFICE OF INNOCENCE Thomas Keneally. Doubleday/Talese, $25 (p. Get this from a library. Office of innocence. [Thomas Keneally] -- Father Frank Darragh enters the priesthood just as war erupts in the Pacific, and he finds himself constantly at odds with his superiors, who frown on his efforts to rescue an errant African-American.

Office of innocence: a novel. [Thomas Keneally] -- "On the outskirts of Sydney, Father Frank Darragh is embarking on his new life of priesthood just as war erupts in the Pacific theater. American GIs pour into Father Darragh's neighborhood, and with Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript.

Office of Innocence is a book that's impossible to put down, dense with moral complexity and alive with period detail. Fiction Historical Fiction Publication Details. Office of innocence. [Thomas Keneally] -- At the height of World War II, Father Frank Darragh, a young priest embarking on his new career in the church, struggles with temptation in the person of seductive parishioner Kate Heggarty.

Your Web browser is not enabled for JavaScript. Some features of WorldCat will not be available.One of the themes central to The Age of Innocence is the struggle between the individual and the group. Newland Archer has been raised into a world where manners and moral codes dictate how the individual will act, and in some cases, even think.Office of Innocence is a book that's impossible to put down, dense with moral complexity and alive with period detail.

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