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📒In Love And War ✍ James B. Stockdale
📝In love and war Book Synopsis : Recounts a POW's period of imprisonment
📒Love And War ✍ John Eldredge
📝Love and War Book Synopsis : What the Eldredge bestsellers 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 the quintessential works on Christian spirituality through the experience of men and the experience of women and now they turn their focus to the incredible dynamic between those two forces. With refreshing openness that will grab readers from the first page, the Eldredges candidly discuss their own marriage and the insights they’ve gained from the challenges they faced. Each talks independently to the reader about what they’ve learned, giving their guidance personal immediacy and a balance between the male and female perspectives that has been absent from all previous books on this topic. They begin LOVE & WAR with an obvious but necessary acknowledgement: Marriage is fabulously hard. They advise that the sooner we get the shame and confusion off our backs, the sooner we'll find our way through. LOVE & WAR shows couples how to fight for their love and happiness, calling men and women to step into the great adventure God has waiting for them together. Walking alongside John and Stasi Eldredge, every couple can discover how their individual journeys are growing into a story of meaning much greater than anything they could do or be on their own. From the Hardcover edition.
📒In Love And War ✍ Ronald C. Weyman
📝In Love and War Book Synopsis : In Love and War is a war story. It is also a love story. When you’re young, even war must sometimes take a back seat to romance. Ron Weyman joined the Royal Canadian Navy in the early days of World War II as a sub-lieutenant, RCNVR, and was sent to England on loan to the Royal Navy. He trained as an asdic specialist, then served out of Scapa Flow aboard HMT (His Majesty’s Trawler) Preston North End. Transferred to the destroyer HMS Achates, he witnessed the sinking of the battleship Hood and picked up some of the few survivors. When the Achates hit a mine en route to Murmansk and lost half her ship’s company, Weyman joined HMCS St. Croix on convoy escort duty in the North Atlantic, enduring some of the worst U-boat engagements of the war. On D-Day, Weyman took a "floating radar palace" into the Normandy Beach "Omaha," directing allied aircraft over enemy positions. As captain of a Quebec-built LST he led Indian troops onto the beaches of Malaya and Burma to clean up after the Japanese invaders. And in between, as sailors do – perhaps must – he enjoyed a tryst in a London fire-blitz, a romantic interlude in a Cornwall cottage, and a growing love for Ashy in Toronto. Weyman’s memoir evokes the excitement of war and battle, the horrors of danger and loss. And it celebrates the optimism of youth and the healing powers of love. In Love and War is illustrated with photographs and with some of Ron Weyman’s own paintings, several of which hang in the National War Museum.
📒In Love And War ✍ Charles Gibbon
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📒In Love And War ✍ Liz Trenow
📝In Love and War Book Synopsis : Three women, once enemies. Their secrets will unite them. The First World War is over. The war-torn area of Flanders near Ypres is no longer home to troops, but groups of tourists. Controversial battlefield tourism now brings hundreds of people to the area, all desperate to witness first-hand where their loved ones fell. At the Hotel de la Paix in the small village of Hoppestadt, three women arrive, searching for traces of the men they have loved and lost. Ruby is just twenty-one, a shy Englishwoman looking for the grave of her husband. Alice is only a little older but brimming with confidence; she has travelled all the way from America, convinced her brother is in fact still alive. Then there’s Martha, and her son Otto, who are not all they seem to be . . . The three women in Liz Trenow’s In Love and War may have very different backgrounds, but they are united in their search for reconciliation: to resolve themselves to what the war took from them, but also to what life might still promise for the future . . .
📒David In Love And War ✍ Randall C. Bailey
📝David in Love and War Book Synopsis : 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.
📒Propertius ✍ Hans-Peter Stahl
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📒Love And War And All That Stuff ✍ Dominie Whyntie
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📒Love And Grief During The Riots And War ✍ Colin Hope
📝Love and Grief During the Riots and War Book Synopsis : This novel, Love and Grief, narrates the effect that the harsh and oppressive social and economic conditions of the 1920s and 1930s had on the working class in Barbados. It details the events which led the workers to riot to show how aggrieved they had become by the conditions they had to endure. The novel emphasizes how the conditions strained relationships in a fictional family i.e. The Wards. Mr. Ward made a remark that indiscreetly questioned the dispensing of justice to a rioter. Because of his indiscretion, he had to leave the island to find employment on one of the Lady Boats that carried cargo and passengers between Canada and the British West Indian islands. The outbreak of the Second World War found him on the high seas in one of the boats which the German U-Boats eventually torpedoed and in which he perished.
📒Love And War ✍ Tom Digby
📝Love and War Book Synopsis : Ideas of masculinity and femininity become sharply defined in war-reliant societies, resulting in a presumed enmity between men and women. This so-called battle of the sexes intensifies in tandem with dispositions to fight actual wars. These are among the fascinating discoveries Tom Digby shares in Love and War, which describes the making and manipulation of gender in both militaristic and nonmilitaristic societies and the consequences for men and women in their personal, romantic, sexual, and professional lives. Drawing on cross-cultural comparisons and examples from popular media, including sports culture, the rise of ÒgonzoÓ and ÒbangbusÓ pornography, and ÒInternet trolls,Ó Digby shows how misogyny and toughness are deployed to construct masculinity in ways that undermine relations between women and men. Through diverse philosophical methodologies, he identifies the cultural elements that contribute to heterosexual antagonism, such as an enduring faith in male force to solve problems, the glorification of violent men who suppress caring emotions, the devaluation of menÕs physical and emotional lives, an imaginary gender binary, male privilege premised on the subordination of women, and the use of misogyny to encourage masculine behavior. Digby tracks the Òcollateral damageÓ of this disabling misogyny in the lives of both men and women, but ends on a hopeful note. He ultimately finds the link between war and gender to be dissolving in many societies: war is becoming degendered, and gender is becoming demilitarized.