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One Thousand Years - David Ray
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Flushing, NY, U.S.A.: Journeys, 2002. Through powerful personal narratives and photographs, this examination of the lives touched by the Vietnam War draws from the experience of those people, both American and Vietnamese, affected by the war on the battlefront and at home. Stories recounted include those of the soldiers, nurses, refugees, Amerasians, and of those who fearfully awaited the return of friends and family members. Ultimately, the stories reflect moments of history in the hope and despair that define individuals' lives. 264pp.. ISBN: 0971402051. Cloth. As New/As New. 4to - over 9¾" - 12" tall. Heavy Item Postage Quote. VIETNAM WAR PHOTOGRAPHY. Catalogs: ASIA., Journeys, 2002, Dog Ear Publishing. Paperback. New. Paperback. 284 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 2.8in. x 0.9in.What truly defines a life What makes us who we are It is, in no small part, our lifes experiences and those who surround us. It is the setbacks, the triumphs and those people in our lives through which the potters hand gradually molds us into the shape we are to become. I had been molded in many ways - A brothers death in Vietnam when I was 7 years old, a motorcycle accident that took my fathers life when I was a senior in high school, and an embarrassingly short ten day marriage in my early thirties. I was molded through positive influences as well - the unconditional love of a faithful mother, the positive role model of an older brother and my Christian faith, which sustained me against lifes many piercing arrows. And I was molded by my love for motorcycles. . . From riding in the 5 acre field behind my house as a kid, racing the Mexican Baja peninsula, trail riding through the Sierra Nevada Mountains and riding my Harley throughout the country. These experiences prepared me for this journey. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Dog Ear Publishing, AuthorHouse. Paperback. New. Paperback. 296 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.6in.And the Sky Was Clean is a compelling story; beautifully written about life on the windswept shores of a small southern town on the Gulf of Mexico; Long Beach, Mississippi. It was the summer of 69 that a monster was lurking in the Atlantic Ocean, biding her time and growing like a fast spreading cancer. Her name was Camille. She would be dubbed the storm of a lifetime; devastating the entire Gulf Coast and a way of life beloved by all. The Gervais family, like so much of the Coast, is a melting pot of cultures. Gene, the patriarch hailed from the beautiful land of lakes in far off St. Paul Minnesota. He met married Ida, a daughter of the south, whose roots run deep in the Mississippi mud after World War II while stationed at Keesler Air Force Base in the nearby town of Biloxi. Later, their youngest, Cathy would fall in love with a handsome young Biloxi boy by the name of Ricky Suarez whos Cajun French and Spanish ancestry is forever linked with the sea and all her bounty. While the south endured times of civil unrest and the Vietnam War, it also was forced to suffer through Camille, a level five catastrophic hurricane on a hot August night in 1969; who forever changed the standard of measurement for all other storms that rolled ashore thereafter. Then in 2005, the storm of all storms: hurricane Katrina made Camille look as though it were a mere warm up performance for the main act. Its been said that hurricane Camille killed more people in 2005 than she did in 1969, due to the local attitudes that espoused her as the icon of all storms, the tempest that would surely never come to pass again! As New Orleans took center stage in the national news, the fact that Mississippi bore the brunt of Katrinas wrath was lost to a nation glued to events unfolding in the Crescent City. Countless small villages and communities across Mississippi were plunged into darkness, cut off from the rest of the world; struggling to survive the elements! Life and the effects of these two catastrophic events are told in this compelling story based on the events as they unfolded with both families, bound by the love of their two children for one another. Each family is touched and forever changed by their struggles and triumphs as Cathy and Ricky discover through their faith in God that no matter how great the battle; Gods love and hope is greater still! This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., AuthorHouse, Timberline Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 124 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.8in. x 0.4in.Internationally-recognized poet David Rays newest collection of poems explores the Holocaust in all its terror and moral abhorrence. This powerfully- written gathering uses personal narratives, dramatic monologues and direct addresses to Hitler and his associates to create a moving expression of outrage, one that stands both as protest and exorcism to the many atrocities committed during the World War II era. from The Perimeters of GriefHe had in mind a thousand year Reich, and one thousand years it shall be, for the grief must be included, the thousand year Kaddish. It will take one thousand years for the monsters to finish their death throes, at last purged of the poison they spewed. It will take one thousand years for the last print of Triumph of the Will to crumble to dust, for those flickering shadows to fall the rest of the way into darkness, for those torch-lit faces, thousands caught in hypnotic trance, to leave off their worshipful gaze at the sky, awaiting Herr Hitler, their Savior, descending out of the clouds, touching ground as if he were Christ in his robes, blessing his people. . . David Ray is the author of fifteen books of poetry and is the only poet to have twice received the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, his many honors include fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. His work has appeared in Harpers, The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Iowa Review, et al. He was founding editor of New Letters magazine while a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas and edited several anthologies, including A Poetry Reading Against the Vietnam War (with Robert Bly, 1966). He and his wife, Judy Ray, live in Tucson, Arizona. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Timberline Press

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Internationally-recognized poet David Ray's newest collection of poems explores the Holocaust in all its terror and moral abhorrence. This powerfully- written gathering uses personal narratives, dramatic monologues and direct addresses to Hitler and his associates to create a moving expression of outrage, one that stands both as protest and exorcism to the many atrocities committed during the World War II era. from "The Perimeters of Grief"He had in mind a thousand year Internationally-recognized poet David Ray's newest collection of poems explores the Holocaust in all its terror and moral abhorrence. This powerfully- written gathering uses personal narratives, dramatic monologues and direct addresses to Hitler and his associates to create a moving expression of outrage, one that stands both as protest and exorcism to the many atrocities committed during the World War II era. from "The Perimeters of Grief"He had in mind a thousand year Reich, and one thousand years it shall be, for the grief must be included, the thousand year Kaddish. It will take one thousand years for the monsters to finish their death throes, at last purged of the poison they spewed. It will take one thousand years for the last print of Triumph of the Will to crumble to dust, for those flickering shadows to fall the rest of the way into darkness, for those torch-lit faces, thousands caught in hypnotic trance, to leave off their worshipful gaze at the sky, awaiting Herr Hitler, their Savior, descending out of the clouds, touching ground as if he were Christ in his robes, blessing his people. David Ray is the author of fifteen books of poetry and is the only poet to have twice received the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, his many honors include fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. His work has appeared in Harper's, The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Iowa Review, et al. He was founding editor of New Letters magazine while a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas andedited several anthologies, including A Poetry Reading Against the Vietnam War (with Robert Bly, 1966). He and his wife, Judy Ray, live in Tucson, Arizona. Books, Fiction~~General, One-Thousand-Years~~David-Ray, 999999999, One Thousand Years, David Ray, 0944048307, Virtual Artists Collective, , , , , Virtual Artists Collective

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[EAN: 9780944048306], Neubuch, [PU: Timberline Press], DAVID RAY, History|Jewish, Poetry|General, Paperback. 124 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.8in. x 0.4in.Internationally-recognized poet David Rays newest collection of poems explores the Holocaust in all its terror and moral abhorrence. This powerfully- written gathering uses personal narratives, dramatic monologues and direct addresses to Hitler and his associates to create a moving expression of outrage, one that stands both as protest and exorcism to the many atrocities committed during the World War II era. from The Perimeters of GriefHe had in mind a thousand year Reich, and one thousand years it shall be, for the grief must be included, the thousand year Kaddish. It will take one thousand years for the monsters to finish their death throes, at last purged of the poison they spewed. It will take one thousand years for the last print of Triumph of the Will to crumble to dust, for those flickering shadows to fall the rest of the way into darkness, for those torch-lit faces, thousands caught in hypnotic trance, to leave off their worshipful gaze at the sky, awaiting Herr Hitler, their Savior, descending out of the clouds, touching ground as if he were Christ in his robes, blessing his people. . . David Ray is the author of fifteen books of poetry and is the only poet to have twice received the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, his many honors include fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. His work has appeared in Harpers, The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Iowa Review, et al. He was founding editor of New Letters magazine while a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas and edited several anthologies, including A Poetry Reading Against the Vietnam War (with Robert Bly, 1966). He and his wife, Judy Ray, live in Tucson, Arizona. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN.

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Timberline Press. Paperback. New. Paperback. 124 pages. Dimensions: 8.9in. x 5.8in. x 0.4in.Internationally-recognized poet David Rays newest collection of poems explores the Holocaust in all its terror and moral abhorrence. This powerfully- written gathering uses personal narratives, dramatic monologues and direct addresses to Hitler and his associates to create a moving expression of outrage, one that stands both as protest and exorcism to the many atrocities committed during the World War II era. from The Perimeters of GriefHe had in mind a thousand year Reich, and one thousand years it shall be, for the grief must be included, the thousand year Kaddish. It will take one thousand years for the monsters to finish their death throes, at last purged of the poison they spewed. It will take one thousand years for the last print of Triumph of the Will to crumble to dust, for those flickering shadows to fall the rest of the way into darkness, for those torch-lit faces, thousands caught in hypnotic trance, to leave off their worshipful gaze at the sky, awaiting Herr Hitler, their Savior, descending out of the clouds, touching ground as if he were Christ in his robes, blessing his people. . . David Ray is the author of fifteen books of poetry and is the only poet to have twice received the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, his many honors include fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. His work has appeared in Harpers, The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Iowa Review, et al. He was founding editor of New Letters magazine while a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas and edited several anthologies, including A Poetry Reading Against the Vietnam War (with Robert Bly, 1966). He and his wife, Judy Ray, live in Tucson, Arizona. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN., Timberline Press

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Internationally-recognized poet David Ray's newest collection of poems explores the Holocaust in all its terror and moral abhorrence. This powerfully- written gathering uses personal narratives, dramatic monologues and direct addresses to Hitler and his associates to create a moving expression of outrage, one that stands both as protest and exorcism to the many atrocities committed during the World War II era.from "The Perimeters of Grief"He had in mind a thousand year Reich,and one thousand years it shall be, for the grief must be included, the thousand year Kaddish. It will take one thousand years for the monsters to finish their death throes, at last purged of the poison they spewed.It will take one thousand years for the last print of Triumph of the Will to crumble to dust, for those flickering shadows to fall the rest of the way into darkness, for those torch-lit faces, thousands caught in hypnotic trance, to leave off their worshipful gaze at the sky,awaiting Herr Hitler, their Savior, descending out of the clouds, touching ground as if he were Christ in his robes, blessing his people...David Ray is the author of fifteen books of poetry and is the only poet to have twice received the William Carlos Williams Prize from the Poetry Society of America. Twice nominated for a Pulitzer Prize, his many honors include fellowships from the Rockefeller Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts. His work has appeared in Harper's, The Paris Review, The New Yorker, The Iowa Review, et al. He was founding editor of New Letters magazine while a professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas andedited several anthologies, including A Poetry Reading Against the Vietnam War (with Robert Bly, 1966). He and his wife, Judy Ray, live in Tucson, Arizona. Books Books ~~ Fiction~~ General One-Thousand-Years~~David-Ray Virtual Artists Collective

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One Thousand Years
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Ray, David

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One Thousand Years

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9780944048306

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780944048306
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0944048307
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2003
Herausgeber: TIMBERLINE PR (MO)
124 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,195 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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