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The Soul Of My Soldier

Author : Abigail B. Calkin
ISBN : 1942672942
Genre : Family & Relationships
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Author and poet Abigail B. Calkin shares her journey living with a husband who struggles with PTSD after serving three tours of duty in three different wars.
Category: Family & Relationships

Reflections Of A Khmer Soul

Author : Navy Phim
ISBN : 9781587368615
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In a lyrical journey of self-acceptance, the author questions and comes to term with the Killing Fields and other genocides. She explores what it means to be a child of the Killing Fields raised in the United States.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Reflections On The Russian Soul

Author : Dmitri? Sergeevich Likhachev
ISBN : 9639116467
Genre : Literary Criticism
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"He reflects on the years after his release from prison and the events leading up to the Second World War. His powerful recollection of the blockade of Leningrad provides the reader with a horrific insight into the harsh effects of war, hunger and survival. Likhachev goes on to describe post-war Russia and how his own livelihood developed from literary editor to a return to Leningrad University as Professor of History. This compelling autobiography finishes with Likhachev's return to Solovki as a free man."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Literary Criticism

Ebony

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EBONY is the flagship magazine of Johnson Publishing. Founded in 1945 by John H. Johnson, it still maintains the highest global circulation of any African American-focused magazine.
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Reflections Of Fall A Story Of Love War And Faith

Author : Ray "Tony" Miranda
ISBN : 9781483472508
Genre : Fiction
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Although World War II has been over for some time, Sam Mcguire is still struggling with his memories of the brutalities of battle. Despite his pain, Sam is attempting to move forward in life. But that task is more challenging than he ever imagined as demons of the past continue to haunt him. As Sam finally gains the strength and insight to emerge from the darkness, he returns home to Indiana where he continues healing with help from family, God, and friends. After he marries his love, Sam builds a new life for himself, made complete with the birth of his children. As his son, Sammy, grows into a rebellious and headstrong young man, he too eventually makes his way to war—this time in Vietnam. Now he must find a way to survive, in his own way, in his own time, just as his father did. Reflections of Fall follows the paths of father and son as each is led from war back home where faith, family, and love strengthen their spirits to overcome pain and obstacles.
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Reflections Of The Civil War In Southern Humor

Author : Wade Hall
ISBN : 9781603063920
Genre : History
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As one of the organic forms of literature, humor has always responded to and reflected the needs of the people at a given time, and the Civil War and its aftermath were days of the South's greatest need. Historians have suggested many reasons for the South's fearless stand against "overwhelming numbers and resources," to use General Lee's words. In this short study, author and historian Wade Hall adds one reason to the list: the humor of the Southerner -- as soldier and civilian -- during the war and the bleak days that followed it. The South arose from the ashes of humiliation and defeat smiling -- though sometimes through tears. The Southerner's sense of humor helped him to fight a war he believed honorable and to accept the bitter defeat which ended it. Without the escape valve of humor, many a "rebel" would have succumbed to despair. The Southerner could smile wistfully as he looked back on a proud past and hopefully as he looked forward to an uncertain future. He smiled because he read humorists like Bill Arp, who once wrote somewhat serio-comically that the South was "conquered but not convinced." In this study, Hall has attempted to represent all the types of humor written in the South between the beginning of the Civil War and the beginning of World War I, specifically 1861 and 1914, including war memoirs, novels, plays, short stories, poetry, and songs. After a survey of humor written during the war, Hall discusses the soldier, the Negro, the poor white, and the "folks at home" in wartime, as they are reflected in the postwar humor.
Category: History

Reflections Of A Man S Soul

Author : K. Martai Richardson
ISBN : 9781469102658
Genre : Poetry
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This book is truly a reflection of all thats inside me. It is a summation of a lifes experience and gives a very diverse perspective of how one man views the surroundings around him. It is my hope that anyone who reads this book will be able to connect with the author and see things from his point of view and feel what he felt at the time that he wrote it. I wanted to provide something that will invoke every emotion inside and leave a lasting impression on the reader that will last a long time. Being able to share something this personal and fulfilling to the world is truly a blessing. I can only hope that whoever reads this work will like what they read. So go ahead and crack it open and enjoy . . .
Category: Poetry

Only A Soldier Understands

Author : Clay Lifto
ISBN : 1478710314
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This book is personal. And it's about you. Nobody understands what it feels like to be a soldier except another soldier. It's about your family back home. It's about trying to gain respect. It's about achieving something important after feeling like a failure. It's about living far from home and feeling lonely. It's about discovering women. It's about good and bad bosses. It's about successes and failures, excitement and frustration. Sound like you yet? And the book will bring back memories. I'll share my story while you reflect upon your own. In fact, it will draw you back to your childhood, and spur visions of your future. No soldier's story is dull if you have a sense of humor. And you'll laugh at my story as well as your own as we quickly turn the pages together. It's an easy read, too. Stories of my life in the military are a quick, two-page read for the most part. I follow up with a few questions directed to you about your own story. That's why sometimes a bunch of guys might get together over lunch and read some of these together. It gets you laughing and sharing about your own journey down the road. This book is a chronological collection beginning with the decision to join the military, and continues the trip in 37 short pieces. There's a pretty good table of contents if you want to target a special spot in your career. Volumes 2-4 continue the journey if you'd like to travel on! This book is for the new recruit. This book is for the naive soldier. This book is for the career guys. It's for the lonely guy who needs a quick read. It's for hooch-mates to laugh about. It's food for the soul, like having a chaplain in your pocket. I'd like to be like your secret big brother, who comes from the same thread, who has been on the same road trip with you, and won't leave your side. One more thing. If you've had a hard time of it, if your life hasn't gone the way you had hoped, if you screwed it all up - then you need t
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American War

Author : Omar El Akkad
ISBN : 9783104905174
Genre : Fiction
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»American War« - das Buch der Stunde. »Ein gewaltiger Roman«, schreibt die renommierteste Literaturkritikerin der USA, Michiko Kakutani. Ein Roman über den nächsten amerikanischen Bürgerkrieg und das dramatische Schicksal einer Familie. Was wird sein, wenn die erschütternde Realität der Gegenwart - Drohnenangriffe, Folter, Selbstmordattentate und die Folgen von Umweltkatastrophen - mit aller Gewalt in die USA zurückkehrt? Vor diesem Hintergrund entfaltet Omar El Akkad mit großer erzählerischer Kraft den dramatischen Kampf der jungen Sarat Chestnut, die beschließt, mit allen Mitteln für das Überleben zu kämpfen. »American War« ist in den USA ein literarisches Ereignis, das schon jetzt mit Cormac McCarthy »Die Straße« und Philip Roth »Verschwörung gegen Amerika« verglichen wird.
Category: Fiction

Tribe

Author : Sebastian Junger
ISBN : 9783641203610
Genre : Social Science
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Unser Trauma: eine Gesellschaft ohne Gemeinschaft. »Entbehrungen machen dem Menschen nichts aus, er ist sogar auf sie angewiesen; worunter er jedoch leidet, ist das Gefühl, nicht gebraucht zu werden. Die moderne Gesellschaft hat die Kunst perfektioniert, Menschen das Gefühl der Nutzlosigkeit zu geben. Es ist an der Zeit, dem ein Ende zu setzen.« Sebastian Junger Warum beschließen Soldaten nach ihrer Rückkehr aus dem Krieg und in die Heimat, sich zu neuen Einsätzen zu melden? Warum sind Belastungsstörungen und Depressionen in unserer modernen Gesellschaft so virulent? Warum erinnern sich Menschen oft sehnsüchtiger an Katastrophenerfahrungen als an Hochzeiten oder Karibikurlaube? Mit Tribe hat Sebastian Junger eines der meistdiskutierten Werke des Jahres vorgelegt. Er erklärt, was wir von Stammeskulturen über Loyalität, Gemeinschaftsgefühl und die ewige Suche des Menschen nach Sinn lernen können.
Category: Social Science