VOICES OF A SUMMER DAY

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Voices Of A Summer Day

Author : Irwin Shaw
ISBN : 9781480412446
Genre : Fiction
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#1 New York Times–bestselling author: On a lazy afternoon in 1964, a Jewish WWII veteran watches his son’s baseball game, and reflects on his past. Benjamin Federov has lived a thoroughly American life. The son of immigrants, husband to a lovely wife, and father to two healthy sons, he is successful in business, and blessed with good health. During a lazy 1964 summer afternoon at his son’s baseball game, Ben reminisces on the triumphs and failures of his past fifty years. He recalls the comedy of his youth and the horrors of World War II, his alienation as a second-generation child in America and the tenderness of his first love. Insightful and evocative, Voices of a Summer Day is an enchanting story about a man’s life and an unforgettable look at the power of memory. This ebook features an illustrated biography of Irwin Shaw including rare images and never-before-seen documents from the author’s estate.
Category: Fiction

Hello Central

Author : Michèle Martin
ISBN : 0773508309
Genre : History
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In most studies of technological development, women are portrayed as passive victims of new technology. In contrast, in "Hello, Central?" Michèle Martin reveals the significant impact women had on the development of telephone systems.
Category: History

Once Upon A Summer Day

Author : Dennis L. McKiernan
ISBN : 1101098066
Genre : Fiction
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The acclaimed author of the Mithgar novels, Dennis L. McKiernan enchanted fans and critics alike with the bestselling Once Upon a Winter’s Night. Now, this gifted author presents us with a delightfully new version of an age-old tale that fires the imagination and touches the heart… Once upon a summer day, Prince Borel of the Winterwood falls asleep, and a beautiful, golden-haired maiden with a shadowy band across her eyes comes to him in his dreams and pleads for aid. She returns time after time, and the prince is certain that she is real and in deadly peril. Yet he knows not who she is…nor where she is imprisoned. Opposed by witches and trolls and goblins and beings even more dreadful, and aided by a field sprite, Borel begins a desperate quest through the wonders and hazards of Faery, seeking a mysterious masked demoiselle guarded by perilous blades. And though time touches not this land of legend, time is running out… “Superb…charming and magical…McKiernan escorts fantasy lovers into an enchanted place that deserves more tales.”—Midwest Book Review
Category: Fiction

Diamonds In The Rough

Author : Joel Zoss
ISBN : 0803299206
Genre : Sports & Recreation
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Pairing their detailed, informative research with a sophisticated anecdotal approach, Joel Zoss and John Bowman have written a fascinating, original, literate, and concise compendium of the history and issues surrounding America's national pastime. Addressedøare such diverse topics as the origins of the game, the contributions of minorities and women, the evolution of umpiring, baseball's influence on literature and music, substance abuse, on- and off-field tragedy, and the game's international presence. Diamonds in the Rough is an invaluable and stimulating resource both for those who already study the game and for those who would like to learn its revealing history.
Category: Sports & Recreation

Voices Of The Chincoteague

Author : Martha A. Burns
ISBN : 0738524980
Genre : History
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Beginning around the turn of the 20th century, people flocked to boom towns like Greenbackville and Franklin City on Virginia's remote Chincoteague Bay to cash in on the lucrative oyster trade. Most eventually settled for simple rural lives, living a cash and barter economy, commuting on foot or by boat, always closely tied to the tide and water. From mystery in the marsh to jealous lovers, these accounts of life on the Bay are filled with work boats, crab pots, and saltwater.
Category: History

The Voice Of The Voiceless

Author : Kabelo Special Maano
ISBN : 9781477145524
Genre : Poetry
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THE VOICE OF THE VOICELESS is a voice from someone who has seen it necessary to say it out while others are silent. This poem book talks to you about things that happen in real life. Like the Adored one dedicated to my wife. It says You are the corner brick That builds the walls of my heart To make it a golden house In which love resides You are beauty of beauties A glittering galaxy of its own It is the look in your eyes That makes me paralyzed You are so pleasant like a dove Your teeth are so white They sparkled like polished ivory With a smile that drives me insane Sweet loving days we spent Cuddled together in love paradise Our wonderful planet of roses Which we can not afford to lose
Category: Poetry

Irwin Shaw

Author : James Richard Giles
ISBN : UOM:39015011516021
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Category: Literary Criticism

Voices Of The Vietnam Pows

Author : Craig Howes
ISBN : 9780195086805
Genre : History
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Contains primary source material.
Category: History