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As Ian Krystal and his Clansmen travel the outskirts of the kingdom, he discovers that As Ian Krystal and his Clansmen travel the outskirts of the kingdom, he discovers that his father's legacy of conquest has left many of the people scattered and bitter. Job was called a righteous man by Ezekiel , along with Noah and Daniel. The prose Prologue Chapters One and Two and the Epilogue explain the experience of a just man tested by suffering and then restored.

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The Prologue and Epilogue also serve as bookends to the major poetic dialogue of the book. The book begins with the description of Job as a just and upright man.

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But Satan the accuser comes before the Lord, and God allows him to test Job. Misfortune befalls Job, and, in three cycles of speeches, his three friends give the explanation that this must be punishment from God for his sins, and they urge him to repent. Job does not accept their reasoning and pleas for a response from God himself. Speeches by a young man named Elihu intervene before God himself responds to Job. God answers that he is the Creator of the world and is omniscient.

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But by answering Job, he has not abandoned him. But O the exceeding grace Of highest God!

Eftsoons they heard a most melodious sound, Of all that mote delight a dainty ear, Such as at once might not on living ground, Save in this paradise, be heard elsewhere: Right hard it was for wight which did it hear, To read what manner music that mote be; For all that pleasing is to living ear Was there consorted in one harmony— Birds, voices, instruments, winds, waters, all agree. And therein were a thousand tongues empight Of sundry kinds and sundry quality; Some were of dogs, that barked day and night, And some of cats, that wrawling still did cry, And some of bears, that groined continually, And some of tigers, that did seem to gren And snarl at all that ever passed by; But most of them were tongues of mortal men, Which spake reproachfully, not caring where nor when.

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