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Distant Shores

Author : Kristin Hannah
ISBN : 0345459504
Genre : Fiction
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NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER Elizabeth and Jackson Shore married young, raised two daughters, and weathered the storms of youth as they built a family. From a distance, their lives look picture perfect. But after the girls leave home, Jack and Elizabeth quietly drift apart. When Jack accepts a wonderful new job, Elizabeth puts her own needs aside to follow him across the country. Then tragedy turns Elizabeth’s world upside down. In the aftermath, she questions everything about her life—her choices, her marriage, even her long-forgotten dreams. In a daring move that shocks her husband, friends, and daughters, she lets go of the woman she has become—and reaches out for the woman she wants to be.
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Distant Shores

Author : Rebecca Mee
ISBN : 0754324427
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Distant Shores Silent Thunder

Author : Radclyffe
ISBN : 1933110082
Genre : Fiction
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For Dr KT O'Bannon, a near-fatal tragedy derails a career and disrupts everything she knew about herself. She turns for solace to the woman who know her best - her ex-lover, Dr Tory King. Their unexpected reunion uncovers old wounds, forges new bonds, and awakens long-buried passions.
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Distant Shores

Author : Constance Martin
ISBN : 9780520227125
Genre : Art
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his admiration for the heroic virtues of their inhabitants, and the mystical strain in his nature, his sense of wonder before the elemental and infinite. These early Monhegan paintings, with their uncompromising clarity, their concentration on the stark forms of the island, and their romantic delight in great expanses of sea, cold northern sky, and brilliant light, were among his most moving works."--Lloyd Goodrich "[We see] Kent's fascination with the wild and remote places of the earth, his admiration for the heroic virtues of their inhabitants, and the mystical strain in his nature, his sense of wonder before the elemental and infinite. These early Monhegan paintings, with their uncompromising clarity, their concentration on the stark forms of the island, and their romantic delight in great expanses of sea, cold northern sky, and brilliant light, were among his most moving works."--Lloyd Goodrich
Category: Art

Freedom S Distant Shores

Author : R. Drew Smith
ISBN : 9781932792379
Genre : Religion
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This volume examines relations between U.S. Protestants and Africa since the end of colonial rule. It draws attention to shifting ecclesiastical and socio-political priorities, especially the decreased momentum of social justice advocacy and the growing missionary influence of churches emphasizing spiritual revival and personal prosperity. The book provides a thought-provoking assessment of U.S. Protestant involvements with Africa, and it proposes forms of engagement that build upon ecclesiastical dynamism within American and African contexts.
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The Distant Shores Of Freedom

Author : Subarno Chattarji
ISBN : 9789388271486
Genre : Literary Criticism
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The Distant Shores of Freedom analyses literary works in English written by Vietnamese refugees in the US. Fiction and memoirs by Vietnamese Americans recover stories and memories that are often different from mainstream American ones and that difference enables readers to think of the US war in Vietnam from perspectives that are missing in mainstream representations. Dwelling not only on the war and its aftermaths, Vietnamese American writings also ponder over the existential issues of exile; the idea of home; the pain of marginality and racism; the question of community formation within the US; and the complexity of diasporic lives. Subarno Chattarji raises critical questions such as who gets to speak and write, and to what ends and purposes? Who reads Vietnamese American writings and how can we account for these publications in the US over a period of time? What can and cannot be written or spoken? What is remembered and what is silenced? What traumas and memories are articulated? These questions point towards a larger context of diaspora studies as well as 'the rituals of cultural memory' that complicate our understanding of the Vietnam War and its aftermaths.
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Soul Songs From Distant Shores

Author : Michelle Belanger
ISBN : 9781411653078
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Exploring the poet in his varied guises as lover, mystic, lunatic, and seer, Michelle Belanger weaves lush and haunting images that will leave the reader awash in a sea of emotion. A collection as passionate as it is eloquent, Soul Songs takes readers through stages of elation, despair, inspiration, and consuming desire. Elegant, seductive, and insightful by turns, this rare collection of Michelle's poetry is not to be missed
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Distant Shores

Author : Luke Weaver
ISBN : OCLC:1028748829
Genre : Alaska
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"In October of 1969, twenty-two year old Ivan Weaver left his childhood home in Pennsylvania and moved to Kodiak Island, Alaska. He joined the world-famous Pinnell & Talifson hunting firm, headquartered at Olga Bay. For the next several years, Ivan fulfilled his dream of a lifetime: to live in some of the wildest, most rugged places on earth and hunt for a living. For a farm lad who had always longed for new horizons, the great adventures seemed to be the best that life had to offer. With the passing of time, Ivan began to doubt his course in life. The thrills of life did not wear off, but he was plagued by questions. What is the meaning of life? Do I have a foundation? Here, for the first time, Ivan shares his story. It is written for everyone, but especially to all the young men who have heard the call of the far distant mountain ranges. He shares his tales as though he and his fellow hunters are gathered around a campfire on a cold Arctic night. His story is given in hopes that some pilgrim along the trail may be strengthened and given courage "--Page [4] of cover.
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Distant Shores

Author : Chris Burkard
ISBN : 1623260175
Genre : Photography
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Photographs from around the world capture the landscapes surfers encounter and highlight the contrast between the lone surfer and the vastness of nature.
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Enterprising Endeavour Distant Shores

Author : John LaJoie
ISBN : 9781435750807
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What if the science fiction of Star Trek was scientific fact in the present? Author John LaJoie of the Dark Angel series brings you his latest series, Enterprising Endeavours. Out of the ashes following her husband's death, Angela Joliea takes control of making his final dream a reality. Setting a course for humanities fate among the heavens, she oversees the final checkouts to the Avalerion, the first ever, warp capable starship.But the latest news from Earth has everyone on board wondering if mankind is ready to venture on such an endeavour. As tensions mount throughout Asia with the spread of a fast growing famine and rise of sudden conflicts, Angela is confronted with the decision to postpone the maiden voyage to uncover a mysterious signal transmitted towards the star system of Scorpii 18 or stay behind to watch the eventual demise of civilization.
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