Exodus

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The Book of Exodus is the second book of the Hebrew Torah and the Christian Bible, describing The Exodus of the Israelites from Egypt.

Exodus or The Exodus may also refer to:

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Literature[edit]

  • Exodus (poem), an Old English retelling of the Biblical departure
  • Exodus (novel), a 1958 novel by Leon Uris, based partly on the story of the Jewish refugee ship by that name
  • Exodus (2002 novel), a 2002 science fiction novel by Julie Bertagna
  • Exodus (Starfire), a science fiction novel by Steve White and Shirley Meier
  • Z213: Exit, a 2009 fictional diary by Dimitris Lyacos based on the biblical Exodus

Non-fiction[edit]

  • Exodus: How Migration is Changing Our World (UK title: Exodus: Immigration and Multiculturalism in the 21st Century), a book by development economist Paul Collier about the impact of migration on global development

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Sociology[edit]

  • Rural exodus, the migratory patterns that normally occur in a region following the mechanization of agriculture
  • Emigration, the action and the phenomenon of leaving one's native country to settle abroad

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