The Glory

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The Glory
The Glory (Herman Wouk novel - cover art).jpg
First edition
Author Herman Wouk
Country  United States
Language English
Genre Historical fiction
Publisher Little, Brown & Company
Publication date
November 1994
Pages 683
ISBN 0-316-95525-6
LC Class 94-23281
Preceded by The Hope

The Glory (1994) is the sequel to The Hope written by American author Herman Wouk.

Plot introduction[edit]

Interweaving the lives and fates of fictional characters and real-life notables, the sequel to The Hope continues the story of Israeli history to the climactic events of the Yom Kippur War and the promise of peace.

Historical events in the book include:

Families whose history is chronicled in The Glory:

  • Barak-Berkowe-Berkowitz
  • Nitzan-Bloom-Blumenthal
  • Luria
  • Pasternak

Real historical personages in the novel include Yonatan Netanyahu, Golda Meir, Ariel Sharon, Anwar Sadat, Moshe Dayan, and David Elazar.

See also[edit]