Publisher : Release Date :1971 ISBN : Pages : pages Rating :4.F/5 ( users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review The Taste of Courage: The tide turns by Desmond Flower:
Download or read book The Taste of Courage: The tide turns written by Desmond Flower and published by . This book was released on 1971 with total page pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis:
Publisher : Release Date :1929 ISBN : Pages :66 pages Rating :4.:/5 (31 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review When the Tide Turned in the Civil War by Martha Nicholson McKay:
Download or read book When the Tide Turned in the Civil War written by Martha Nicholson McKay and published by . This book was released on 1929 with total page 66 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis:
Publisher : Release Date :1944 ISBN : Pages :242 pages Rating :4.3/5 ( users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Before the Tide Turned by Hugh Hodgkinson:
Download or read book Before the Tide Turned written by Hugh Hodgkinson and published by . This book was released on 1944 with total page 242 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: Undertitlen angiver, at der er tale om en britisk destroyerofficers erfaringer i Middelhavet i 1941. Forfatteren gjorde tjeneste i jageren "Hotspur" som næstkommanderende. Denne jager var med til alle slags operationer og forfatteren forlod den atter på grund af sygemelding. Bogen er skrevet under en et år langt sygeleje og er meget nærværende i sin form. Forfatteren blev senere udkommanderet som skibschef
Publisher :AuthorHouse Release Date :2010-08 ISBN :1452012741 Pages :360 pages Rating :4.4/5 (52 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review As the Tide Slowly Turns by R. J. Ingalsbe:
Download or read book As the Tide Slowly Turns written by R. J. Ingalsbe and published by AuthorHouse. This book was released on 2010-08 with total page 360 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: Love is strangled by fear in the affairs of some; freedom smothered by possessiveness in others. All the while, a charming and mixed band of multi-talented bohemians seeks its liberation along the beautiful shores of Veneras Beach. Their makeshift salvation is doomed, however, since the same clashing forces anxiety versus compassion, oppression versus freedom, and self-interest versus the common good create upheaval in the larger arena of relationships, on the city level and beyond. As a result, an unlikely alliance forms between the seaside bohemians and some of the brightest students in their neighborhood. From their uncommon insights and authentic mission, the folks of Santa Maya discover an immense power one that enables them to create a city they can truly call their own, where we the people are truly in charge.
Publisher :University of Alabama Press Release Date :2014-01-31 ISBN :0817318143 Pages :252 pages Rating :4.8/5 (173 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Turning the Tide by Earl H. Tilford:
Download or read book Turning the Tide written by Earl H. Tilford and published by University of Alabama Press. This book was released on 2014-01-31 with total page 252 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: This book documents the period when a handful of University of Alabama student activists formed an alliance with President Frank A. Rose, his staff, and a small group of progressive-minded professors in order to transform the university during a time of social and political turmoil. Together they engaged in a struggle against Governor George Wallace and a state legislature that reflected the worst aspects of racism in a state where the passage of civil rights legislation in 1964 and 1965 did little to reduce segregation and much to inflame the fears and passions of many white Alabamians. Earl H. Tilford details the origins of the student movement from within the Student Government Association, whose leaders included Ralph Knowles and future governor Don Siegelman, among others; the participation of key members of “The Machine,” the political faction made up of the powerful fraternities and sororities on campus; and the efforts of more radical non-Greek students like Jack Drake, Ed Still, and Sondra Nesmith. Tilford also details the political maneuverings that drove the cause of social change through multiple administrations at the university. Turning the Tide highlights the contributions of university presidents Frank A. Rose and David Mathews, as well as administrators like the dean of men John L. Blackburn, who supported the student leaders but also encouraged them to work within the system rather than against it. Based on archival research, interviews with many of the principal participants, and the author’s personal experiences, Tilford’s Turning the Tide is a compelling portrait of a university in transition during the turbulence surrounding the civil rights and anti-war movements of the 1960s.
Publisher :Random House Books for Young Readers Release Date :2016-01-12 ISBN :0375985352 Pages :304 pages Rating :4.3/5 (759 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review The Turn of the Tide by Rosanne Parry:
Download or read book The Turn of the Tide written by Rosanne Parry and published by Random House Books for Young Readers. This book was released on 2016-01-12 with total page 304 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: From acclaimed author of A Wolf Called Wander, Rosanne Parry comes an exciting and tender friendship story about two cousins looking for their destiny. On a beautiful day in June, the ground broke open. In Japan, you’re always prepared for an earthquake. That’s why Kai knows just what to do when the first rumbles shake the earth. But he does the exact opposite of what you’re supposed to do: He runs. And then the tsunami hits. Meanwhile, on the other side of the Pacific, Kai’s cousin Jet sets sail off the coast of Astoria, Oregon. She knows she should have checked the tide—she always checks the tide. Except this time she didn’t. When the biggest mistakes of their lives bring them together, Jet and Kai spend the summer regretting that one moment when they made the wrong decision. But there’s something about friendship that heals all wounds, and together, Jet and Kai find the one thing they never thought they’d have again—hope.
Publisher :Simon and Schuster Release Date :2012-06-12 ISBN :1451626401 Pages :278 pages Rating :4.4/5 (516 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Turning the Tide by Charles F. Stanley:
Download or read book Turning the Tide written by Charles F. Stanley and published by Simon and Schuster. This book was released on 2012-06-12 with total page 278 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: Presents practical steps that Christians can take to help change the direction of the United States through a combination of prayer and involvement in civic activities.
Publisher :Hachette UK Release Date :2015-06-04 ISBN :0575092122 Pages :512 pages Rating :4.5/5 (75 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Foul Tide's Turning by Stephen Hunt:
Download or read book Foul Tide's Turning written by Stephen Hunt and published by Hachette UK. This book was released on 2015-06-04 with total page 512 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: The power struggle begins . . . The people of Weyland always believed the slavers raids, which destroyed families and homes like a natural disaster, were a misfortune that couldn't be averted or stopped. But it's not true. King Marcus struck a deal: his people in exchange for technology and a powerful alliance with the Vandian civilisation. And now everyone knows. Jacob and Carter Carnehan escaped the slavers - along with the true king of Weyland - and have returned home with both the truth, and a Vandian princess as their hostage. Their purpose was to avoid war . . . instead, the truth prompts a civil war at home - while an invasion force focused on reclaiming the captive princess starts to gather on their borders. Jacob and Carter will be separated once again - and this time they're fighting for something bigger than their lives.
Publisher :ReadHowYouWant.com Release Date :2008-01-28 ISBN :1427045550 Pages :288 pages Rating :4.4/5 (27 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Within the Tides by Joseph Conrad:
Download or read book Within the Tides written by Joseph Conrad and published by ReadHowYouWant.com. This book was released on 2008-01-28 with total page 288 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: In this collection of stories, Conrad appears at the peak of his artistic creativity. The dimensions which are touched by his deeply sensitive mind and the broad canvases that he presents and portrays through his work are truly gripping. The multifarious issues of life are dwelled upon with deep alacrity. Engrossing!
Publisher :Wildside Press LLC Release Date :2008-04-01 ISBN :9781434469199 Pages :412 pages Rating :4.4/5 (691 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Partners of the Tide by Joseph C. Lincoln:
Download or read book Partners of the Tide written by Joseph C. Lincoln and published by Wildside Press LLC. This book was released on 2008-04-01 with total page 412 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: Joseph Crosby Lincoln (1870-1944) was an American author of novels, poems, and short stories, many set in a fictionalized Cape Cod. Lincoln frequently published work in popular magazines like "The Saturday Evening Post."
Publisher :Penguin UK Release Date :2016-06-02 ISBN :0241968003 Pages :464 pages Rating :4.2/5 (419 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Tide by Hugh Aldersey-Williams:
Download or read book Tide written by Hugh Aldersey-Williams and published by Penguin UK. This book was released on 2016-06-02 with total page 464 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: From Cnut to D-Day: the history and science of the unceasing tide explored for the first time. Half of the world's population lives in coastal regions lapped by tidal waters. Yet how little most of us know about the tide. Our ability to predict and understand the tide depends on centuries of science, from the observations of Aristotle and the theories of Newton to today's supercomputer calculations. This story is punctuated here by notable tidal episodes in history, from Caesar's thwarted invasion of Britain to the catastrophic flooding of Venice, and interwoven with a rich folklore that continues to inspire art and literature today. With Aldersey-Williams as our guide to the most feared and celebrated tidal features on the planet, from the original maelstrøm in Scandinavia to the world's highest tides in Nova Scotia to the crumbling coast of East Anglia, the importance of the tide, and the way it has shaped - and will continue to shape - our civilization, becomes startlingly clear.
Publisher :Fordham University Press Release Date :2020-05-05 ISBN :0823287998 Pages :272 pages Rating :4.8/5 (232 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Dictionary Poetics by Craig Dworkin:
Download or read book Dictionary Poetics written by Craig Dworkin and published by Fordham University Press. This book was released on 2020-05-05 with total page 272 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: The new ways of writing pioneered by the literary avant-garde invite new ways of reading commensurate with their modes of composition. Dictionary Poetics examines one of those modes: book-length poems, from Louis Zukofsky to Harryette Mullen, all structured by particular editions of specific dictionaries. By reading these poems in tandem with their source texts, Dworkin puts paid to the notion that even the most abstract and fragmentary avant-garde literature is nonsensical, meaningless, or impenetrable. When read from the right perspective, passages that at first appear to be discontinuous, irrational, or hopelessly cryptic suddenly appear logically consistent, rationally structured, and thematically coherent. Following a methodology of “critical description,” Dictionary Poetics maps the material surfaces of poems, tracing the networks of signifiers that undergird the more familiar representational schemes with which conventional readings have been traditionally concerned. In the process, this book demonstrates that new ways of reading can yield significant interpretive payoffs, open otherwise unavailable critical insights into the formal and semantic structures of a composition, and transform our understanding of literary texts at their most fundamental levels.
Publisher : Release Date :1901 ISBN : Pages :514 pages Rating :4.:/5 (319 users) GO BOOK!
Summary Book Review Patterson's Illustrated Nautical Encyclopedia by Howard Patterson:
Download or read book Patterson's Illustrated Nautical Encyclopedia written by Howard Patterson and published by . This book was released on 1901 with total page 514 pages. Available in PDF, EPUB and Kindle. Book Synopsis: