Uneasy Truces: 20 Fictional Dispatches from the Love Zone download epub
by Karen Lamb (Editor)
Sitting there, drinking my perfect martini in perfect surrounds, I called a friend and told him I had just experienced a perfectly made, classic martini in a most unlikely place. When I had finished my drink I went out to a local bookshop and found a hardback copy of Martini: A Memoir
My Third Battalion is a fictional version of the real one. Barron, as a member of D Company was able to be mentioned by name without upsetting the narrative or me clumsily putting words in his mouth.
My Third Battalion is a fictional version of the real one. After the heavy casualties that B Company sustained on August 8th, 1918, just one officer out of five was left alive and unwounded.
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Russian radio: Golden Gramophone. Love Radio: Big Love 20. Radio Maximum. Shazam: Top 100 Russia. Top Recognition of Alice. Today on the radio: FM hits.
Dispatches is a New Journalism book by Michael Herr that describes the author's experiences in Vietnam as a war correspondent for Esquire magazine. First published in 1977, Dispatches was one of the first pieces of American literature that portrayed the experiences of soldiers in the Vietnam War for American readers. Featured in the book are fellow war correspondents Sean Flynn, Dana Stone, and Dale Dye, and photojournalist Tim Page.
But Lamb’s main interest has always been in the untold stories, the people and places others don’t visit. Lamb’s writing is passionate, powerful and poetic, transforming reportage into literature. Twenty Tales from the War Zone.
From the author of Bad Feminist and Hunger (drop everything if you haven’t read this) comes a collection of first-person essays about rape, assault and sexual harassment. It couldn’t be more timely. Perhaps that’s the lesson we’re meant to take away from Not that Bad: we’re all regular.
Uneasy Truce is Richard Eyster's art studio on the Massachusetts coast .
The book, Des Profondeurs de Nos Coeurs, meaning From the Depths of Our Hearts, defends priestly celibacy at a time when Pope Francis is considering whether to lift restrictions on married priests in remote areas. Cardinal Robert Sarah, who co-authored the book, rejects accusations he manipulated Benedict regarding the content. The furor, which appears to lay bare spiritual divisions between the two popes, has made news headlines, but hasn’t stirred up much public interest. Parisian Brigitte Gallay says she has heard about the book, but notes Protestant ministers are married with children.