Corianton, Chapter II

Title

Corianton, Chapter II

Magazine

The Contributor

Publication Type

Magazine Article

Year of Publication

1889

Authors

Roberts, B.H. (Primary)

Pagination

206-210

Date Published

April 1889

Volume

10

Issue Number

6

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Bibliographic Citation

Roberts, B.H. "Corianton, Chapter II", The Contributor, Vol. 10. no. 6 1889:206-210.

Abstract

A fictional portrayal of events in the life of Corianton, one of the sons of Alma the Younger. To the grief of his father, Corianton is among the supporters of Korihor that accompanies him to his trial. Although acquitted by the law of the land, Korihor initiates a conflict with the High Priest, Alma the Younger, who boldly declares his testimony and witness of God.  Korihor demands a sign, and receives one in being struck dumb and losing his ability to speak. Seeing he has lost his supporters, he flees. As the people disperse, Alma the Younger goes to speak with his son. 

Fiction
Corianton (Son of Alma the Younger)

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