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Tears Of Battle

Author : Brigitte Bardot
ISBN : 9781948924030
Genre : Nature
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An Account of one Woman's Courage, Caring, and Generosity in the Face of the Inhumane Brigitte Bardot—a global icon of French cinema—has used her fame to give a voice to those who cannot speak for themselves. Leaving the spotlight of stardom, she has dedicated her time and fortune to promoting the welfare of animals, both domestic and wild, around the world. Over the past forty years, Bardot has evolved from an international film icon of the glamorous sixties to an icon of that of a crusader for animal rights, forming her own foundation and meeting with leaders from around the world and lobbying for legislation to protect animals. In this poignant memoir, she uncovers the struggles of her decades-long battle—detailing the too few victories and the heartbreaking defeats—and revealing herself as never before seen through her reflections about nature, herself as a superstar, and the passion that has driven her away from glamour of her previous fame toward the humble calling of serving others.
Category: Nature

The Glass Tears Poem Journal

Author : Randal S. Doaty
ISBN : 9781465379801
Genre : Poetry
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A ray of sunlight came through a pane in the glass studio workshop. The scrap glass bucket was nearly full. On top of this heap was a hardened drip of glass that had carelessly fallen from a glass artists punti. Glimmering in the sunlight that morning was the very first Glass Teardrop. It may have remained just scrap until the simple words glass tears softly whispered in the imagination of a would-be poet. Two totally different art forms were about to be married. The story of Glass Tears is purely serendipitous. The need for a unique and meaningful sympathy gift happened at just about the same time as the glass teardrop appeared at the studio. The poem, Glass Tears came to Randal S. Doaty as unexpectedly as the teardrop itself. He had never written a poem before, but he felt the need to give his new teardrop a voice. The Glass Tears Poem Journal is a collection of what many different Glass Tears have spoken through the voice of this poet.
Category: Poetry

The Trail Of Tears

Author : Ann Byers
ISBN : 0823940071
Genre : History
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Uses primary source documents, narrative, and illustrations to recount the history of the U.S. government's removal of the Cherokee from their ancestral homes in Georgia to Oklahoma in 1838.
Category: History

Frozen Tears

Author : Albert Pleysier
ISBN : 0761841725
Genre : History
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Frozen Tears unfolds the events that led to Germany's military invasion of the Soviet Union in 1941 and explores Germany's advance on Leningrad and the blockade that was established against the city. This story examines the lives of the city's inhabitants who suffered from the consequences of the siege that finally ended in 1944. By this time more than one million Leningraders had lost their lives. The lives of public figures are often used by historians to tell the events of the past. The decisions they made and the actions that were taken are discussed and analyzed. However, the experiences of commoners—men, women, and children not mentioned in textbooks—often illustrate better the events of the past. In Frozen Tears, Albert Pleysier has taken the contents of diaries, letters, essays, and interviews written or given by persons who lived in Leningrad during the siege and placed them in their historical setting. The result is a very personal history of the siege of Leningrad.
Category: History

Battle Cries For The Underdog

Author : Monroe Mann
ISBN : 9781467802710
Genre : Business & Economics
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THE FIRST SELF-HELP BOOK TO COME OUT OF MODERN COMBAT. For fighting the war against living an ordinary life: An inspirational guide for those in the pursuit of destiny. No matter how lofty the goal, or how unlikely the victory, success can and should be yours. Inspired by the author’s combat deployment to Iraq, written while in Iraq, and sent off to his publisher prior to his departure back to the States, this collection of 100 ‘Battle Cries’ and ‘Fightin’ Words’ will help you keep your dreams alive ‘n kicking no matter what the obstacles.
Category: Business & Economics

Iron Tears

Author : Stanley Weintraub
ISBN : 9780743226875
Genre : History
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A dual-sided history of the Revolutionary War examines the conflict from both the colonial and British sides, documenting the nearly violent political disagreements in Parliament, as well as the American-sympathetic pacifist media criticism of King George III that may have played a major role in the war's outcome. 50,000 first printing.
Category: History

Tracks Of My Tears

Author : Francis Xavier R. Chitanda
ISBN : 9781312765986
Genre : Poetry
File Size : 78.78 MB
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This is a compilation of quite simply put, a man’s life journey expressed in open, honest and quirky poetry. Based on the author’s personal experiences this profound collection touches on an array of life matters; parenthood, politics, love & lust, friendship, wrong-doing, successes & failures plus much more. Readers will identify with the author on a personal level. A great weekend read you will find one of those poems to resonate with your own experiences. Francis Xavier has gifted all revenues and royalties from this publication to the charitable trust he helped found. The trust has a charitable arm inspired by his late mother in law who he never got to meet (read his poem to her inside); The Alice Award seeks to support the pursuit for education and excellence for the girl child and the youth in Zimbabwe. By purchasing this book you have contributed to the Alice Award’s charitable endeavours. Thank you. By Portia Chitanda
Category: Poetry

Battle For Quentaris

Author : Michael Pryor
ISBN : 9780734413666
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Who owns the mysterious statues found under the Old Tree Guesthouse? The claims of two mortal enemies turn from argument to battle and soon all of Quentaris is drawn into their age-old struggle. Nisha Fairsight must use her wits, wisdom and her fire magic to prevent the madness from spreading, to stop friend fighting friend and neighbour battling neighbour. Is this the end for the magical city of Quentaris?
Category: Juvenile Fiction

The Vale Of Tears

Author : Joseph Hacohen
ISBN : 9789401195720
Genre : History
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There were several compelling reasons which prompted me to undertake the work of translating and commenting upon the Vale of Tears by Joseph Hacohen, the sixteenth century physician and historian. First of all, those of us who have been teaching in the area of the Middle Ages have noticed over the past several years a distinct upsurge of interest in the field. Consequently, a number of Medieval Institutes, non-denominational in character and attached to major universitites, have sprung up allover the United States to relate themselves to that age which witnessed - among trying once more other things - the unparalleled struggle between two power complexes, the Church and the State. Scholars will also have to consider the Jewish Middle Ages, interconnected with the Christian Middle Ages, which lasted much longer and far beyond the Renaissance in Europe. Most of them tended to gloss over this aspect of Western Civilization which found the Jew in the juggernaut between these two powers. Students of all faiths, ecumenically oriented and truthful to the point of self-abasement are now ready, without a sense of embarrassment, to discuss this long bleak period in the history of European man, where greed, envy, suspicion and religious fanaticism had triumphed over reason and piety. Yet, beyond all of this, there was another consideration which guided me in doing this tedious and often frustrating work: the knowledge of Hebrew has been on the decline in this country.
Category: History

The Tears Of Scotland

Author : Tobias Smollett
ISBN : OCLC:76906070
Genre : Chapbooks, English
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Category: Chapbooks, English