Dove

Author: Robin L. Graham
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780062228208
Release Date: 2012-07-03
Genre: Biography & Autobiography

In 1965, 16-year-old Robin Lee Graham began a solo around-the-world voyage from San Pedro, California, in a 24-foot sloop. Five years and 33,000 miles later, he returned to home port with a wife and daughter and enough extraordinary experiences to fill this bestselling book, Dove.

Lonesome Dove

Author: Larry McMurtry
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1451606532
Release Date: 2010-06-01
Genre: Fiction

A love story, an adventure, and an epic of the frontier, Larry McMurtry’s Pulitzer Prize— winning classic, Lonesome Dove, the third book in the Lonesome Dove tetralogy, is the grandest novel ever written about the last defiant wilderness of America. Journey to the dusty little Texas town of Lonesome Dove and meet an unforgettable assortment of heroes and outlaws, whores and ladies, Indians and settlers. Richly authentic, beautifully written, always dramatic, Lonesome Dove is a book to make us laugh, weep, dream, and remember.

The Hawk and the Dove

Author: Nicholas Thompson
Publisher: Henry Holt and Company
ISBN: 1429940506
Release Date: 2009-09-15
Genre: History

A brilliant and revealing biography of the two most important Americans during the Cold War era—written by the grandson of one of them Only two Americans held positions of great influence throughout the Cold War; ironically, they were the chief advocates for the opposing strategies for winning—and surviving—that harrowing conflict. Both men came to power during World War II, reached their professional peaks during the Cold War's most frightening moments, and fought epic political battles that spanned decades. Yet despite their very different views, Paul Nitze and George Kennan dined together, attended the weddings of each other's children, and remained good friends all their lives. In this masterly double biography, Nicholas Thompson brings Nitze and Kennan to vivid life. Nitze—the hawk—was a consummate insider who believed that the best way to avoid a nuclear clash was to prepare to win one. More than any other American, he was responsible for the arms race. Kennan—the dove—was a diplomat turned academic whose famous "X article" persuasively argued that we should contain the Soviet Union while waiting for it to collapse from within. For forty years, he exercised more influence on foreign affairs than any other private citizen. As he weaves a fascinating narrative that follows these two rivals and friends from the beginning of the Cold War to its end, Thompson accomplishes something remarkable: he tells the story of our nation during the most dangerous half century in history.

Neither a Hawk Nor a Dove

Author: Khurshid Mahmud Kasuri
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 0199401934
Release Date: 2015-09-17
Genre:

The book is a first-hand account of the inner workings of the Foreign Office of Pakistan narrated during the illustrious career of the author as a statesman and especially during the Pervez Musharraf era (1999-2008) when the author was serving as Foreign Minister of the country. The script highlights the behind-the-scenes complexities in the diplomatic circles of Pakistan, specifically recounting the tenuous relationship with India in the post-Kargil period.

Dove

Author: Robin L. Graham
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 9780060920470
Release Date: 1991-03-27
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction

In 1965, 16-year-old Robin Lee Graham began a solo around-the-world voyage from San Pedro, California, in a 24-foot sloop. Five years and 33,000 miles later, he returned to home port with a wife and daughter and enough extraordinary experiences to fill this bestselling book, Dove.

Yak and Dove

Author: Kyo Maclear
Publisher: Tundra Books (NY)
ISBN: 9781770494947
Release Date: 2017-09-19
Genre: JUVENILE FICTION

Friends Yak and Dove are complete opposites. Yak is large and Dove is small. Yak has fur and Dove has feathers. Yak is polite. Dove is ill-mannered. Yak likes quiet. Dove likes noise. One day as Yak and Dove list their differences they come to the conclusion that maybe they aren't meant to be friends. In the hope of finding a new best friend, Yak holds auditions. But when a small feathered contestant sings Yak's favorite song, the two begin to think that maybe they are alike after all...

The Eagle and the Dove

Author: John Whiteclay Chambers
Publisher: Syracuse University Press
ISBN: 0815625197
Release Date: 1991-01-01
Genre: Political Science

This text offers an interpretation of the relationship between the peace movement and US foreign policy in America's formative years as a world power. It indicates the peace movement's significant influence upon American attitudes and its varying impact upon US foreign and defence policies.

Frank Sinatra My Father

Author: Nancy Sinatra
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 9780671625085
Release Date: 1986
Genre: Motion picture actors and actresses

The author offers a personal look at the popular American singer and actor, describes his complex personality, and shares the reminiscences of his friends and colleagues

The Sound of the Dove

Author: Beverly Bush Patterson
Publisher: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 0252070038
Release Date: 2001
Genre: Music

Resum: "In The Sound of the Dove, Beverly Bush Patterson explores one of the oldest traditions of American religious folksong, a national heritage of great beauty and dignity that remains vital in the lives and worship of predestinarian Primitive Baptists in the southern mountains. This unaccompanied and frequently unharmonized congregational singing challenges our assumptions about creativity, aesthetics, meaning, and identity. Patterson's revealing study incorporates interviews, field observations, historical research, song transcriptions, and musical analysis. She uses seventeenth-century English documents to trace historical antecedents of Primitive Baptist singing and to frame her discussion of religious belief and gender roles as they intersect with singing. One chapter is devoted to the role of women in this church"

Understanding Rita Dove

Author: Pat Righelato
Publisher: Univ of South Carolina Press
ISBN: 1570036373
Release Date: 2006
Genre: Literary Criticism

Presents an introduction to the poetry of the Pulitzer Prize winning Rita Dove, who was the first African American poet laureate of the US. Charting Dove's evolution as a poet, this title offers analyses of her artistic development, bringing to light the musical sense of form and expression of history that permeates her work.

Heart of a Dove

Author: Abbie Williams
Publisher: Central Avenue Publishing
ISBN: 9781771680158
Release Date: 2014-12-01
Genre: Fiction

The Civil War has ended, leaving the country with a gaping wound. Lorie Blake, a southern orphan sold into prostitution at fifteen, has carefully guarded her aching soul from the disgrace forced upon her every evening. Two years have passed, leaving her with little hope of anything more. Meanwhile, three men – longtime friends – and a young boy with a heart of gold are traveling northward, planning to rebuild their lives in the north and leave behind the horrors of their time as soldiers in the Confederate Army. Fate, however, has plans of its own, causing their lives to collide in a river town whorehouse. Forced to flee, Lorie escapes and joins them on the journey north. But danger stalks them all in the form of a vindictive whorehouse madam and an ex-Union soldier, insane and bent on exacting revenge. At last, Lorie must come to terms with her past and devastating secrets that she cannot yet bear to reveal. Heart of a Dove is the first book in a gripping, sweeping romantic saga of pain, unbearable choices, loss and true love set against the backdrop of a scarred, post-Civil War America.

Morning for Dove

Author: Martha Rogers
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 9781599799841
Release Date: 2010
Genre: Fiction

When Luke Anderson falls in love with Dove Morris, he is aware of her Native American heritage. What he is not prepared for is the prejudice suddenly exhibited by his parents against Dove. Luke struggles with the feelings until a wildfire on the prairie threatens Morris Ranch. Luke joins the battle to stave off the fire as it approaches and risks his life to save Dove. Will his parents see that love knows no boundaries of race or culture when it is rooted in God's love for His people?