The Road to Damietta

The Road to Damietta

Scott O'Dell


Rich within the surroundings of thirteenth-century Italy, the line to Damietta bargains via Ricca di Montanaro’s eyes a brand new point of view at the guy who grew to become the recognized Saint Francis of Assisi, the guileless, joyous guy who praised the oneness of nature and sought to carry the area into concord. “Lord, make me an device of Thy peace,” he stated. “Where there's hatred, permit me sow love, the place there's harm, pardon; the place there's doubt, religion; the place there's darkness, gentle; the place there's unhappiness, joy.”

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