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"Siege Of Contraries":Rumors Of War Real Or Metaphorical: Stories And Sketches avg rating — 0 ratings — published Want to Read saving /5. This story is about, as the title says, the Seige of Krishnapur, and the array of British colonials and native associates who anticipate, or fail to anticipate, rebellion, and then struggle to live through it. As with his other novels, the personalities of the individual characters are vividly introduced via very few lines.4/5(). Wars and Rumors of wars is a first of a kind book that explains why armed conflict is so prevalent in the Book of Mormon (more than separate events). Armed conflict was Mormon's metaphor for teaching us about how to fight against temptation and sin and emerge clean and victorious in order that we might stand confident in the presence of : Brian L. Steed. Culturally, Americans love a good war metaphor, so when we are not content with simply meddling in other country’s affairs with wars and rumors of wars, we busy ourselves fighting wars at home. We do battle with everything from cancer to illiteracy, with some conflicts barely recognizable as more than skirmishes, while others rise to the.
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