Everything you need to understand or teach The Egyptologist by Arthur Phillips.
Ralph Trilipush seeks the tomb of Atum-hadu, an ancient Egyptian king who supposedly wrote a book of erotic poetry. Ralph translates the poetry and publishes the work, which quickly becomes notorious as pornography in the early 20th century. However, with only this questionable evidence of the king's existence, Ralph secures the financial backing of a group of Boston businessmen, one of whom desperately needs the treasure that Ralph promises to find.
While Ralph travels to Egypt and begins his expedition, trouble brews back in Boston. Harold Ferrell, a detective from Sydney, Australia hunts for information about Paul Caldwell, an illegitimate child of Barnabas Davies. Davies wants all his illegitimate children to change their names to his, and he pays well to encourage them to do so. Ferrell has learned much about Paul—how he became interested in Egyptology, served in Egypt during the First World War, and...
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