Love War

Love   War Author James Carville
ISBN-10 9780698140462
Release 2014-01-07
Pages 368
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New York Times bestseller Twenty years after the publication of the bestselling All’s Fair, James Carville and Mary Matalin look at how they—and America—have changed in the last two decades. James Carville and Mary Matalin have long held the mantle of the nation’s most ideologically mismatched and intensely opinionated political couple. In this follow-up to All’s Fair, Carville and Matalin pick up the story they began in that groundbreaking bestseller and talk family, faith, love, and politics in their two winning voices. If nothing else, this new collaboration proves that after twenty years of marriage they can still manage to agree on a few things. A fascinating look at the last two decades in American politics and an intimate, quick-witted primer on grown-up relationships and values, Love & War provides unprecedented insight into one of our nation’s most intriguing and powerful couples. With their natural charm and sharp intelligence, Carville and Matalin have written undoubtedly the most spirited memoir of the year.



Love War and the Grail

Love  War  and the Grail Author Helen Nicholson
ISBN-10 9004120149
Release 2001
Pages 273
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Includes genealogical charts of kings and noblemen associated with the search for the grail.



Love War

Love   War Author John Eldredge
ISBN-10 9781444721942
Release 2010-01-07
Pages 224
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'You live in a love story set in the midst of a very real war...' What Wild at Heart did for men, and Captivating did for women, LOVE & WAR will do for married couples everywhere. John and Stasi Eldredge have contributed quintessential works on Christian spirituality for men and women separately but now they turn their focus to the incredible union between those two forces - marriage. With refreshing openness, the Eldredges discuss their own marriage and the insights they've gained from the challenges they've faced. Both speak independently to the reader about what they've learnt, giving their guidance personal immediacy and balanced male and female perspectives. John and Stasi begin LOVE & WAR with an obvious but necessary acknowledgement: marriage is fabulously hard. For every minute of happy delirium, there are equal amounts of disappointment and frustration and a sense that we've been deluded, that this isn't the marriage we dreamed of. Once we admit this, we are free to accept the great adventure of marriage; working together through strength gained from our own individual relationships with God, rather than looking to each other for happiness.



Love and War

Love and War Author James Hewitt
ISBN-10 UVA:X004354187
Release 1999-01-01
Pages 296
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An account of the love affair between James Hewitt and Diana, Princess of Wales.



In love and war

In love and war Author James B. Stockdale
ISBN-10 STANFORD:36105082001079
Release 1990
Pages 523
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Recounts a POW's period of imprisonment



Love War and the 96th Engineers Colored

Love  War  and the 96th Engineers  Colored Author Gwendolyn M. Hall
ISBN-10 0252069625
Release 2000-11-01
Pages 344
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Presents the experiences of Captain Hyman Samuelson, a young Jewish officer in command of African-American troops in New Guinea, during World War II. These diaries and letters unfold the tragic love story of Samuelson's wartime marriage, and his wife Dora's fight against cancer. They tell a story of sacrifice that included an enemy attack.



Frank Ava

Frank   Ava Author John Brady
ISBN-10 9781466881570
Release 2015-10-13
Pages 320
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"If I had to go back in Hollywood history and name two people who were most desperately and passionately in love with each other, I would say Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner were It" —Liz Smith It began in Hollywood's golden age when Ava was emerging as a movie star. But she fell in (and out of) love too easily. Mickey Rooney married her because he wanted another conquest. Artie Shaw treated her like a dumb brunette, giving her a reading list on their honeymoon. Neither marriage lasted a year. Then, after being courted by Howard Hughes and numerous others, along came Frank Sinatra. His passion for Ava destroyed his marriage and brought him close to ruin. Their wild affair broke all the rules of the prudish era as Frank left his wife and children and pursued Ava on an international stage. They became romantic renegades, with the press following them from location to location. "Oh, God, Frank Sinatra could be the sweetest, most charming man in the world when he was in the mood," said Ava. They married, but then came the quarrels, separations, infidelities, and reconciliations. Eventually, there was a divorce, and they thought it was over. It wasn't. Through all of the tortured years of separation and splintered affairs with others, they maintained a secretive relationship known only to those who recognized that this was the love of a lifetime. Over the years they attempted to reconcile, romanced and nurtured each other, right to the end. The love story of Frank and Ava has never been fully explored or explained - until now. John Brady's Frank & Ava delves deeply into the lives of these two iconic stars and their turbulent lifelong relationship. More than anything else, this is the story of a romance lived out under battlefield conditions.



In Mad Love and War

In Mad Love and War Author Joy Harjo
ISBN-10 081951182X
Release 1990-05-21
Pages 65
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Poems deal with mortality, the past, violence, love, obsession, nature, travel, memory, desire, and myths



Martha Graham in Love and War

Martha Graham in Love and War Author Mark Franko
ISBN-10 9780199777662
Release 2012-06-05
Pages 231
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Often called the Picasso, Stravinksy, or Frank Lloyd Wright of the dance world, Martha Graham revolutionized ballet stages across the globe. Using newly discovered archival sources, choreographer and award-winning dance historian Mark Franko reframes Graham's most famous creations, those from the World War II era, by showing how she wove together strands of love, passion, politics, and myth to create a unique and iconically American school of choreography and dance.



Vienna 1814

Vienna  1814 Author David King
ISBN-10 9780307407368
Release 2008-03-11
Pages 448
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“Reads like a novel. A fast-paced page-turner, it has everything: sex, wit, humor, and adventures. But it is an impressively researched and important story.” —David Fromkin, author of Europe’s Last Summer Vienna, 1814 is an evocative and brilliantly researched account of the most audacious and extravagant peace conference in modern European history. With the feared Napoleon Bonaparte presumably defeated and exiled to the small island of Elba, heads of some 216 states gathered in Vienna to begin piecing together the ruins of his toppled empire. Major questions loomed: What would be done with France? How were the newly liberated territories to be divided? What type of restitution would be offered to families of the deceased? But this unprecedented gathering of kings, dignitaries, and diplomatic leaders unfurled a seemingly endless stream of personal vendettas, long-simmering feuds, and romantic entanglements that threatened to undermine the crucial work at hand, even as their hard-fought policy decisions shaped the destiny of Europe and led to the longest sustained peace the continent would ever see. Beyond the diplomatic wrangling, however, the Congress of Vienna served as a backdrop for the most spectacular Vanity Fair of its time. Highlighted by such celebrated figures as the elegant but incredibly vain Prince Metternich of Austria, the unflappable and devious Prince Talleyrand of France, and the volatile Tsar Alexander of Russia, as well as appearances by Ludwig van Beethoven and Emilia Bigottini, the sheer star power of the Vienna congress outshone nearly everything else in the public eye. An early incarnation of the cult of celebrity, the congress devolved into a series of debauched parties that continually delayed the progress of peace, until word arrived that Napoleon had escaped, abruptly halting the revelry and shrouding the continent in panic once again. Vienna, 1814 beautifully illuminates the intricate social and political intrigue of this history-defining congress–a glorified party that seemingly valued frivolity over substance but nonetheless managed to drastically reconfigure Europe’s balance of power and usher in the modern age. From the Hardcover edition.



Dinky Dau Love War and the Corps

Dinky Dau  Love  War  and the Corps Author Dave Zorn
ISBN-10 1462812252
Release 2001-10-12
Pages 138
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Dinky Dau is Vietnam slang for “you are crazy.” DINKY DAU: Love, War and the Corps is the author’s personal collection of crazy stories from a crazy war and a sometimes-crazy life in the Marine Corps. It was early 1964, the British Invasion by The Beatles had just begun when Dave Zorn decided to drop out of college and join the Marine Corps with a friend. It was the beginning of a wild, three-year ride that included a tour of duty with one of the first combat units sent to fight in the Vietnam War. It was a time when patriotism was still popular—before the draft, the drugs, and the discord. Dinky Dau: Love, War and the Corps is a tale of survival from enemy fire on the ground and in the air, to dysentery and a berserk Army doctor, to torrential monsoon rains and searing jungle heat, and nightmarish animals, insects, rodents and reptiles. It is also the story of two young lovers who, though separated by war, were reunited by a death decades later. Woven throughout the action is the story of friendships made during war and how they endure through the decades.



In Love and War

In Love and War Author Alex Preston
ISBN-10 9780571279470
Release 2014-07-01
Pages 352
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In Love and War weaves fact and fiction to create a sweeping portrait of a city at war. The novel is told through the eyes, letters and journals of Esmond Lowndes, who comes to Italy a lost and lonely young man in the shadow of his politician father. Through his friendships with a striking cast of contemporary characters, from the poet Ezra Pound to Alice Keppel, a former royal mistress, Esmond begins to leave his early disappointments behind him. On the cobbles of Florence's many-storied streets, he deepens his appreciation of art and literature, and falls in love. With the coming of war, Esmond finds himself stranded in a city of enemies, hunted by the malevolent Mario Carit, head of the Fascist secret police. He retreats into the hills above Florence, taking with him a painting that has come to assert a profound hold over him. When the Nazis arrive, Esmond is drawn into Giustizia e Libert, the Resistance movement, and is soon helping to spirit refugees to safety, to hide the city's Jews. With his lover, Ada, at his side, he is at the centre of assassination plots, shoot-outs and car chases, culminating in a final mission of extraordinary daring. In Love and War is a novel that will take you deep into the secret heart of history, meticulously researched and full of period detail. It is a novel of art and letters, of bawdy raconteurs and dashing spies. With Esmond Lowndes you will see the beauty of Florence as never before, and feel the horror of war as it sweeps over the city's terracotta rooftops. Inspired by a host of real-life stories, In Love and War is both epic and intimate, harrowing and heartwarming.



Love War Letters

Love  War   Letters Author Alan E. Hooper
ISBN-10 1862730822
Release 1994
Pages 324
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Love War Letters has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Love War Letters also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Love War Letters book for free.



David in Love and War

David in Love and War Author Randall C. Bailey
ISBN-10 9780567271501
Release 1990-01-01
Pages 224
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David in Love and War is a reworking of the dissertation that Bailey worked on while at Emory College in Atlanta, Georgia. His interests in literary critical concerns directed him in regards to the information he wanted to cover in his book. Bailey covers 2 Samuel 10 ?12 as well as the connection between David and Bathsheba.



Poems of Love and War

Poems of Love and War Author A. K. Ramanujan
ISBN-10 9780231157353
Release 2011-05-30
Pages 329
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Love War and Ice Cream

Love  War and Ice Cream Author M. Z. Fairtlough
ISBN-10 1462093094
Release 2012-05-22
Pages 366
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Set in England, Italy and Spain during and after WWII, Love, War and Ice Cream paints a vivid portrait of Harry and Marina and their families, revealing their triumphs and tragedies, and the twists that ultimately bring them together. Right from the start, we realize that this is not the usual account of family life. For one thing, it’s in short story form, and then there are the adorable photographs and hand-sketched illustrations. There are even instructions for many well-loved family games and recipes: a humble Northern Italian milk soup shares space with the quintessentially English ginger cake, and also with the exuberant tortilla mixta from Southern Spain, all of which serve to celebrate the people we meet in this refreshing and innovative memoir. Harry's family members—the Fairtloughs—were overwhelmed by the enormous social changes that occurred after the Great War, and dismayed by the sudden disappearance of their way of life. Marina's people—the Campos—were resourceful, willing and able to work hard to better their lot. As war simmered, they emigrated from Italy to Spain, where they sold delicious ice cream. Then Harry met Marina. Blue Ink described the book as a “superbly written memoir of two families who represent vastly different cultures… Readers will fall in love with the whole bunch of Fairtloughs and Campos…” For more information, please go to: http://www.lovewarandicecream.com



Love and War

Love and War Author Augustus Valerius Ball
ISBN-10 1933337427
Release 2010
Pages 523
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Ball's circumstances and experiences allowed him to glimpse the war through two sets of eyes, that of a loving husband, and of an increasingly disillusioned physician. The inclusion of Ball's medicinal recipe book is the first of its kind to appear in print completely annotated. Readers will find themselves educated about the medical and herbal lore of that era.