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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

The Man In White

Author : Dave Miltenberger
ISBN : 9781613140024
Genre : Poetry
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ABOUT THE BOOK: The Man in White is a book of poems that challenge the way we think about our Christian faith and the way we live it. Delight in fictitious short stories and thought-provoking musings reminding us that God laughs, cries, loves us, and is forever faithful. Many of the stories are emotionally-charged. They pull the reader in and immerse him in real-life situations. Some are serious in nature, touching on sensitive issues with which we are all faced. Others are light-hearted and entertain in a melodious style that will undoubtedly draw a smile. Miltenberger utilizes the traditional rhyme and metric style in the majority of his writings, with a smattering of free verse. His poems invoke through emotion a variety of inspiring messages that are enjoyed by all. **** ABOUT THE AUTHOR: Dave Miltenberger grew up in a small Iowa town where he learned and embraced Christian values. He was saved at a young age, but fell away from the Lord as he grew and left his small town. While the world tried its best to claim his soul, he refused to let go of the Christian values he learned so long ago. He endeavored to apply those values to his walk with God and to his writings. He fell in love with God as a young child and with poetry as a young teen. Throughout his life, he has used these values to express his love for both. His poetry is heartfelt and may invoke tears, laughter, or perhaps a wrinkled brow in deep thought. Most of all, the reader will enjoy seeing the variety of subjects and issues that unfold in his poems and the observations that Dave reveals.
Category: Poetry

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

The White Man S World

Author : Bill Schwarz
ISBN : 9780191619953
Genre : History
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The Memories of Empire trilogy explores the complex and subterranean political currents that emerged in English society during the years of post-war decolonization. Just as the empire ended, when white princesses waltzed with new black heads of state in celebration of independence from colonial rule, the registers of racial whiteness in the home society quickened, and racial segregation - the colour bar - became ever more pronounced. Where are the connections to be located between the racial dimensions of decolonization overseas, and the colonial dimensions of race at home? Working back from the peak of Enoch Powell's influence in 1968-1970, Memories of Empire seeks to illuminate the impact of decolonization on the political life of the old metropole. Decisive in this respect is the question of race, or more particularly the shifting dispositions of racial whiteness. The long colonial ordering of the idea of the white man, and of its various derivatives, constituted a powerful component in the ways that the empire came to be remembered: far from disappearing, the figures of white Englishmen and Englishwomen took on new force in the immediate aftermath of decolonization. The volumes track this story across many different times and spaces: the settler colonies, the Caribbean, in the phenomenon of West Indian migration to England, and the England of Powell and Margaret Thatcher, where these contrary histories did much to shape the political life of a nation. Through the medium of memory, the empire was to continue to possess strange afterlives long after imperial rule itself had vanished.
Category: History

White Man Falling

Author : Abby L. Ferber
ISBN : 9781461647027
Genre : Social Science
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Ferber's provocative critique examines white supremacists' firm belief that white men are becoming victims and the repercussions of their attempts to assert white male power.
Category: Social Science

Think Like A White Man

Author : Dr Boulé Whytelaw III
ISBN : 9781786894397
Genre : Humor
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By following the White Man Commandments – namely, that winning justifies anything and everything – you too can achieve success beyond your capabilities. With lessons on the value of shock and awe, putting compassion on the back-burner and pretending racism doesn’t exist, Think Like a White Man teaches you how to understand, overcome and overthrow the White Man in the whiter-shade-of-pale world of work.
Category: Humor

White Man S Tears Conquer My Pains

Author : Henry Badgett
ISBN : 9781628389418
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Service comes from the heart. Patriotism is one of the best qualities a person can have. And Henry Badgett shares his story of how he served and loved his country in his real-life epic journey during his World War II service. He narrates his life as a soldier during World War II as he dramatizes his journey by beginning it when he was enlisted to service. The story is structured around his training abroad, doing his assignments according to his rank and position, being a good friend and becoming a leader, and his traumatic near death experience. Henry Badgett’s experience offers encouragement to empower one’s self to accept and conquer every pain and storm that life brings. Pain always brings about an essential learning necessary for a person’s development. This story is not only very inspiring, informative, and interesting but it is also filled with soulful richness that you can carry on in your daily lives. Filled with life’s morals that can aid in personal growth, this book is definitely a must read. White Man’s Tears Conquer My Pains: My World War II Service Story will truly conquer your heart.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Another White Man S Burden

Author : Tommy J. Curry
ISBN : 9781438470733
Genre : Philosophy
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Demonstrates the extent to which Josiah Royce’s ideas about race were motivated explicitly in terms of imperial conquest. Another white Man’s Burden performs a case study of Josiah Royce’s philosophy of racial difference. In an effort to lay bare the ethnological racial heritage of American philosophy, Tommy J. Curry challenges the common notion that the cultural racism of the twentieth century was more progressive and less racist than the biological determinism of the 1800s. Like many white thinkers of his time, Royce believed in the superiority of the white races. Unlike today however, whiteness did not represent only one racial designation but many. Contrary to the view of the British-born Germanophile philosopher Houston S. Chamberlain, for example, who insisted upon the superiority of the Teutonic races, Royce believed it was the Anglo-Saxon lineage that possessed the key to Western civilization. It was the birthright of white America, he believed, to join the imperial ventures of Britain—to take up the white man’s burden. To this end he advocated the domestic colonization of Blacks in the American South, suggested that America’s xenophobia was natural and necessary to protecting the culture of white America, and demanded the assimilation and elimination of cultural difference for the stability of America’s communities. Another white Man’s Burden reminds philosophers that racism has been part of the building blocks of American thought for centuries, and that this must be recognized and addressed in order for its proclamations of democracy, community, and social problems to have real meaning. “Curry has paid attention to the odd and icky bits of Royce, tracking down the offhand cultural references, the unfamiliar names, and historical contexts. A solid analysis of early twentieth-century conceptions of race and colonialism reveals an unseemly picture before our contemporary eyes. Curry is right; we shouldn’t ignore or soft-pedal this.” — Lee A. McBride III, the College of Wooster
Category: Philosophy

The White Man S Burden

Author : Winthrop D. Jordan
ISBN : 0195017439
Genre : Mathematics
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An abridgement of the prize-winning White Over Black
Category: Mathematics

The White Man S Gonna Getcha

Author : Toby Elaine Morantz
ISBN : 0773522999
Genre : Political Science
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Despite becoming increasingly politically and economically dominated by Canadian society, the Crees succeeded in staving off cultural subjugation. They were able to face the massive hydroelectric development of the 1970s with their language, practices, and values intact and succeeded in negotiating a modern treaty."--BOOK JACKET.
Category: Political Science