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In 'God's Hazard', acclaimed British author Nicholas Mosley tells the story of Adam, a contemporary writer who imagines God behaving as a good father should when he sees his children leave home.
Paperback, 199 pages
Published March 26th 2009 by Dalkey Archive Press
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Nicholas Mosley’s latest novel tells the story of Adam, a writer concerned with the characterization of God in the book of Genesis as a punishing father-figure. In an attempt to understand this portrayal, Adam rewrites the story of Genesis within his own narrative relation to his daughter Sophie. Much like Mosley’s other works, this novel poses serious philosophical issues. Throughout the text, the paradoxical issue of human freedom and determinism are explored in-depth. E
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Nicholas Mosley was born in London on June 25, 1923 and was educated at Eton and Oxford. He served in Italy during World War II, and published his first novel, Spaces of the Dark, in 1951. His book Hopeful Monsters won the 1990 Whitbread Award.

Mosley is also the author of several works of nonfiction, most notably the autobiography Efforts at Truth and a biography of his father, Sir Oswald Mosley,
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