Eban was seen in Israel as a delusional leftist unaware of its real security threats.
I suspect Wallace thought it was cool doing that, just like Eban.
Despite Eban's fib, Raz concludes that Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser wasn't ready to negotiate with Israel.
“You live hard, though, and your father grows no richer,” observed Eban.
I was going to take that up,” said Eban; “it is too heavy for you by half.
He knew too much about Eban to desire his friendship; indeed, he doubted very much that Eban really cared for him.
They had scarcely gone when Eban Cowan appeared at the door.
None of the household could give any further account of Eban.
Michael hoped the next morning to be able to go to the mill and thank Eban.
Eban, grasping the man round the waist and shouting to those in the boat, was hauled up to her stern with his burden.