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Man In White

Author : Johnny Cash
ISBN : 9781418555566
Genre : Fiction
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The only novel written by the legendary songwriter and performer, Johnny Cash. “When [The Man in White] was first published several years ago, my wife and I both read it—then read it again!” —Billy Graham Johnny Cash. The Apostle Paul. Two legendary men. Two thousand years apart-yet remarkably similar. Both struggled with a "thorn in the flesh." And both had powerful visions from God. Paul's encounter with the Man in White knocked him to the ground and struck him blind. It also turned him into one of the most influential men in history. Johnny Cash's vision was of another man entirely-his recently deceased father-a vision that helped spark his imagination to write this historical novel about the amazing life of the intriguing figure with whom Cash identified so deeply-the Apostle Paul. See Paul as you've never seen him before--through the creative imagination of one of the greatest singer-songwriters America has ever known. Subsequently see Johnny Cash, the man in Black, as you've never seen him before--as a passionate novelist consumed with the Man in White.
Category: Fiction

Mark Twain Man In White

Author : Michael Shelden
ISBN : 1588369285
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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One day in late 1906, seventy-one-year-old Mark Twain attended a meeting on copyright law at the Library of Congress. The arrival of the famous author caused the usual stir—but then Twain took off his overcoat to reveal a "snow-white" tailored suit and scandalized the room. His shocking outfit appalled and delighted his contemporaries, but far more than that, as Pulitzer Prize finalist Michael Shelden shows in this wonderful new biography, Twain had brilliantly staged this act of showmanship to cement his image, and his personal legend, in the public's imagination. That afternoon in Washington, less than four years before his death, marked the beginning of a vibrant, tumultuous period in Twain's life that would shape much of the now-famous image by which he has come to be known—America's indomitable icon, the Man in White. Although Mark Twain has long been one of our most beloved literary figures—Time magazine has declared him "our original superstar"—his final years have been largely misunderstood. Despite family tragedies, Twain's last half- decade was among the most dynamic periods in the author's life. With the spirit and vigor of a man fifty years younger, he continued to stir up trouble, perfecting his skill for living large. Writing ceaselessly and always ready with one of his legendary quips, Twain would risk his fortune, become the willing victim of a lost-at-sea hoax, and pick fights with King Leopold of Belgium and Mary Baker Eddy. Drawing on a number of unpublished sources, including Twain's own journals, letters, and a revealing four-hundred-page personal account kept under wraps for decades (and still yet to be published), Mark Twain: Man in White brings the legendary author's twilight years vividly to life, offering surprising insights, including an intimate, tender look at his family life. Filled with first-rate scholarship, rare and never-published Twain photos, delightful anecdotes, and memorable quotes, including numerous recovered Twainisms, this definitive biography of Twain's last years provides a remarkable portrait of the man himself and of the unforgettable era in American letters that, in many ways, he helped to create.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

For The Man In White

Author : Tyler Martin Sehnal
ISBN : 9781483490656
Genre : Fiction
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Nothing quite captures a reader’s attention like a murder mystery. For the Man in White hopes to grab your own as a page-turning, thought-provoking and eye-brow raising series of events that begs the question: who killed the aging captain of a steamship cruise gone awry? Throughout this mysterious narrative, readers must piece together characters’ pasts to decide who they think was the cold-blooded culprit. A flash-fiction-esque novel, For the Man in White is eager to weave a colorful web of conflicting backstories that challenge readers' thinking without compromising character development, a sense of humor, or the ability to leave a lasting impact on its unsuspecting audience.
Category: Fiction

Cricket And The Law

Author : David Fraser
ISBN : 0714682853
Genre : Law
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Cricket, law and the meaning of life ... In a readable, informed and absorbing discussion of cricket's defining controversies – bodyline, chucking, ball-tampering, sledging, walking and the use of technology, among many others – David Fraser explores the ambiguities of law and social order in cricket. Cricket and the Law charts the interrelationship between cricket and legal theory – between the law of the game and the law of our lives – and demonstrates how cricket's cultural conventions can escape the confines of the game to carry far broader social meanings. This engaging study will be enjoyed by lawyers, students of culture and cricket lovers everywhere.
Category: Law

Dreams Hauntings Nightmares And Alternate Realities

Author : Mensah Watts
ISBN : 9781450095761
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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What is beyond our world? That is a question I wanted the answer to so badly while growing up. Little did I know that question was being answered through my forgotten and dismissed childhood experiences, with the king of darkness himself. As I got older, the horrible haunting of my past began to come back to the front of my mind. The evil spirit continued haunting me as I grew older, only he did it in different ways then he did when I was a child. I did not fully remember my childhood haunting until I decided to write down the stories I did remember from childhood to adulthood. It was then that it all started coming back to me. I then realized that the king of darkness had been haunting my life as fare back as I could remember. And as I began talking to people about my stories, I began to realize that people were interested in my stories of the other world and its darkness of many forms. After consulting with a close friend, I was inspired to tell the story and to write this book.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

A Wasicu White Man In Indian Country

Author : Jim Murray
ISBN : 9781469139401
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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JAMES M. MURRAY PhD. Professor Emeritus (Economics) University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Born on the Turtle Mountain Indian reservation in North Dakota (1932) Lived on Pine Ridge reservation in S.D. (1938-42); Crow Indian reservation (1945-49); Fort Totten reservation in N.D.(l949-50). Taught at five Universities the last being the Univ. of Wi.-Green Bay (1969-'93) Authored 50 articles and monographs, many of which were published. Served as a consultant to Native American Nations, corporations and government entities. (1958-1995)
Category: Biography & Autobiography

The White Man In The Tree And Other Stories

Author : Mark Kurlansky
ISBN : 9780671036065
Genre : Fiction
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A new collection of short fiction by the author of Cod and The Basque History of the World provides a whimsical portrait of cultural misunderstandings in a novella and eight stories about characters who, because of their diversity, misjudge one another. Reader's Guide available. Reprint.
Category: Fiction

Mark Twain

Author : Michael Shelden
ISBN : 0679448004
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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An in-depth biography of the man responsible for such classics as The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and The Prince and the Pauper offers an account of the humorist's later years.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Tortured Spirits

Author : Gregory Lamberson
ISBN : 9781605424545
Genre : Fiction
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"Facing the demons is the least of Jake Helman's worries"--Cover.
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