Office of innocence is one of those rare books that explores the dilemmas on the boundaries between moral systems and real life it does so fittingly though an impressionable man of faith a priest at that there is a wry humor in the conflicts between faith and actionduty and conscience. The office of innocence a second world war drama in which larger questions of restraint and conscience are projected on to the moral struggles of a catholic priest in the sydney suburbs is a . Office of innocence is a wonderful book that speaks to any time to all who seek the truth sam harrison is a novelist who is studying for ordination in the methodist church office of innocence by thomas keneally nan talese 2500 isbn 9780385507639 fiction trending book reviews. Get this from a library the office of innocence thomas keneally frank darragh a young priest working in sydney during 1942 finds the line between saving others souls and losing his own starts to blur when he becomes entangled with a married woman a mnage . Office of innocence is a book thats impossible to put down dense with moral complexity and alive with period detail about office of innocence marshalling the vast powers of narrative and historical re creation that he brought to his international bestseller schindlers list thomas keneally has created a moving and provocative novel
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