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The Sun In The Morning

Author : M. M. Kaye
ISBN : 9781250090751
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The Sun in the Morning is the first volume of autobiography by the beloved British author M. M. Kaye. It traces the author's early life in India and later adolescence in England. As The Guardian wrote, "No romance in the novels of M.M. Kaye... could equal her love for India." " ... [Kaye's] kaleidoscopic story of a long-lost innocence just before and after World War I helps to explain Kaye's idealization of the British Raj and her love for Kipling's verse." - Publishers Weekly
Category: Biography & Autobiography

In The Morning Sun

Author : Gary Good
ISBN : 1468510983
Genre : Fiction
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IN THE MORNING SUN is based on the true story of one soldiers three-year adventure. Half a world from home, he finds himself in the middle of a war the war in Vietnam. From the chaotic streets of Saigon, to the rice paddies of rural Vietnam, and to the confines of a small bamboo cage, his journey is filled with surprises. Along the way, he meets people who will become life-long friends, and others who he will spend a lifetime trying to forget. Not just a war story, ... IN THE MORNING SUN is also a story of love, a love that survives all of the battles and still lives... long after the last shots fired have been forgotten.
Category: Fiction

Sun In The Morning

Author : Elizabeth Cadell
ISBN : 0745147933
Genre : Calcutta (India)
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Category: Calcutta (India)

Diamond Gods Of The Morning Sun

Author : Ron Hotchkiss
ISBN : 9781460227268
Genre : History
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This is the story of the Asahi, a Japanese Canadian baseball team that was formed in 1914 and competed in Vancouver's Caucasian leagues between 1918 and 1941. Using a strategy called "brain ball," the smaller Japanese defeated the larger white teams and won a number of championships. This describes what happened to some of these Asahi players after Pearl Harbor when British Columbia's Japanese were sent to internment camps in the province's interior. Here they played an important role in establishing baseball leagues. Following the war, many former Asahis came to eastern Canada where they continued to play an important role in baseball as they began new lives. There is a second story here as well. It is about a former Asahi fan who was determined that the Asahi legend would not die and how she insured that what they meant to the Japanese community before World War II would never be forgotten.
Category: History

Gold As The Morning Sun

Author : Sylvia Halliday
ISBN : 9781626815445
Genre : Fiction
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The award-winning author of Lysette delivers a “well-crafted tale” of Western romance “that will both inspire and pull at your heartstrings” (RT Book Reviews). Seeking to ease her ailing father’s mind in his final days, Callie Southgate agrees to marry a mail-order groom coming to Colorado from back east. When she first meets her husband-to-be, she cannot help being timid around the handsome, mysterious man. But when they marry, Callie finds a passion she never knew in his embrace. Con-man and bank robber Jace Greer is given the perfect opportunity to start over when a stagecoach carrying a mail-order groom is ambushed, leaving Callie’s future husband dead. Taking on the deceased man’s identity as his own, Jace continues to the Southgate home with the hope of leaving his sinister past behind him. But as true love blooms between Jace and Callie, secrets Jace tried to keep buried begin to surface, threatening their futures—and their lives. Will Callie be able to see beyond Jace’s transgressions and love him for the man he has become?
Category: Fiction

Morning Sun Interviews With Chinese Writers Of The Lost Generation

Author : Laifong Leung
ISBN : 9781315288277
Genre : Political Science
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This is a collection of interviews with 26 writers of China's "zhiqing" generation, relatively young artists who participated in the Cultural Revolution as teen-age Red Guards, suffered through the subsequent rustication of intellectual youth, and eventually returned to relatively normal lives, but always with a tragic hiatus haunting their formative years. While one goal of Professor Leung is to introduce to the West an important group of writers little-known outside China, she also aims to succeed, through the interviews, in providing a special perspective on the devastating political history of China since the 1970s years through the eyes of its keenest observers and in offering a perspective on the social, political and cultural milieu of the period.
Category: Political Science

Streiker S Morning Sun

Author : Robin Hardy
ISBN : 0974582913
Genre : Fiction
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Welcome to Beaconville. It's a suspicious, unfriendly little town suspended in a dreary, bone-chilling winter. But when reclusive Dallas billionaire Fletcher Streiker receives a rambling letter from one of the residents asking for help, he decides to make a personal trip, bringing his wife, Adair, and their young son, Daniel. The citizens react with predictable hostility when Fletcher shows a little too much interest--and insight--into their doings. Inexplicable things begin to happen, such as pieces from Adair's past showing up around town. However, when Fletcher pushes the townspeople a little too far, she and Daniel are left on their own. And the only way they can leave--the only way anyone can leave--is on Fletcher's train, the Morning Sun. The Streiker Saga begins with Streiker's Bride, continues in Streiker: The Killdeer, and concludes in Streiker's Morning Sun.
Category: Fiction

Shine Like The Morning Sun

Author : Daisaku Ikeda
ISBN : 9781938252822
Genre : Religion
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In this collection of essays for women, SGI President Ikeda sings the praises of the “mothers of kosen-rufu” for their strength, wisdom, and faith. Filled with stories of women he’s met or women from history, Shine Like the Morning Sun explores Buddhist philosophy from myriad angles. Women of all ages willdiscover guidelines to live by and inspiration to spread sunshine in their families, communities, and the SGI’s movement for peace and happiness.
Category: Religion