Ben-Beor. A Story of the Anti-Messiah. In Two Divisions. Part I.--Lunar Intaglios. The Man in the Moon. A Counterpoint of Wallace's "Ben Hur." Part II.--Historical Phantasmagoria. The Wandering Gentile, A Companion Romance to Sue's "Wandering Jew"

TitleBen-Beor. A Story of the Anti-Messiah. In Two Divisions. Part I.--Lunar Intaglios. The Man in the Moon. A Counterpoint of Wallace's "Ben Hur." Part II.--Historical Phantasmagoria. The Wandering Gentile, A Companion Romance to Sue's "Wandering Jew"
Year for Search1891
AuthorsBien, H[erman] M[ilton](1831-95)
Tertiary AuthorsBien, H. M.
Date Published1891
PublisherPress of the Isaac Friedenwald Co
Place PublishedBaltimore, MD
KeywordsMale author, US author
Annotation

The first part (3-67) describes the prophet Elijah on a civilized moon where people go through various stages in preparation for salvation.

Additional Publishers

2nd rev. & imp. ed. Baltimore, MD: Press of the Friedenwald Co., 1892.

Holding Institutions

L, W3,519

Author Note

The author (1831-95) was born in Germany and brought to the U. S. as a young child.

Full Text

1891 Bien, H[erman] M[ilton] (1831-95). Ben-Beor. A Story of the Anti-Messiah. In Two Divisions. Part I.–Lunar Intaglios. The Man in the Moon. A Counterpoint of Wallace’s “Ben Hur.” Part II.–Historical Phantasmagoria. The Wandering Gentile, A Companion Romance to Sue’s “Wandering Jew”. Baltimore, MD: Press of the Isaac Friedenwald Co. 2nd rev. & imp. ed. Baltimore, MD: Press of the Friedenwald Co., 1892. L, W3,519

The first part (3-67) describes the prophet Elijah on a civilized moon where people go through various stages in preparation for salvation. The author was born in Germany and brought to the U. S. as a young child.