4 edition of War-torn tales found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||Danielle Hipkins and Gill Plain, eds.|
|Contributions||Hipkins, Danielle E., Plain, Gill.|
|LC Classifications||PN56.W3 W37 2007|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||286 p. :|
|Number of Pages||286|
|LC Control Number||2008396771|
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War Torn traces the interwoven stories of one platoon's experience of warfare in the Twenty First Century. Packed with the searing danger and high-octane excitement War-torn tales book modern combat, it also explores the impact of its aftershocks upon the soldiers themselves, and upon those who love them/5(69).
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Literature, Film and Gender in the Aftermath of World War II Danielle Hipkins and Gill Plain This book is the outcome of a successful workshop held in Leeds War-torn tales book September and explores the effects of World War II on the representation of gender in post-war literature, film and popular culture, juxtaposing Western European experience with US, Soviet and Japanese.
Based on personal experiences by the Wall Street Journal and Amazon #1 bestselling military thriller author Jeffrey Wilson, War Torn is an inspirational novel that details a young man's crisis of faith after a tour of combat duty in Afghanistan turns tragic.
War Torn is filled with heartbreak, tragedy, humor, and some downright hot and dirty sex. I'm looking forward to reading the next book because I really want to know how their story ends. They need to find their happily ever after. Beware this is only book two of a trilogy, so yes there is a cliffhanger ending/5.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. Under a War-Torn Sky by L.M. Elliott is a World War II story of survival set in the European countrysides. The main character Henry, is a young pilot in the United States Air Force. Henry and his crew are shot down over Nazi occupied Europe, breaking his leg as he falls/5.
The book jumps from storyline to storyline throughout the book. The beginning The characters of War-torn battle enemies, face danger and deceit, and build complicated relationships among the backdrop of a global war that has stretched on for an unknown length of time, so long that most people don't bother keeping track anymore/5(15).
War-Torn Tales by Danielle Hipkins,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. These War-Torn novels basically describe how the Last War has affected countless people and the obstacles they must over come, or have over come, to survive.
Before going any farther with this review, I would urge you, if you are interested in this story to first read the short story `Call of the Silver Flame' in the Tales of the Last War anthology/5(7). War Torn is an incredible read.
An inspiration for War Fighters struggling to come home from the fight and an eye opener for those who want to better understand the devastating effects of War. Written like one of Wilson’s bestselling military thrillers, but with an important message buried inside.
This book is the outcome of a successful workshop held in Leeds in September and explores the effects of World War II on the representation of gender in post-war literature, film and popular culture, juxtaposing Western European experience with US, Soviet and Japanese.
War-torn Tales. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: pt. The aftershock. Getting things straight for the postwar: realigning gender and nation in The way to the stars / Gill Plain --"Mal d'Africa" and its memory: heroes and anti-heroes in pre- and postwar readings of the Italian presence in Africa / Loredana Polezzi --"Change.
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Growing up in war-torn Germany, spending over two years in a Russian prison camp can ruin a life or make it stronger. Fred Losch chose to become a stronger person and to make the most of his life.
Fred left his homeland, became an American citizen, traveled the world, learned new things daily. War-torn Tales: Literature, Film and Gender in the Aftermath of World War II. Edited by Danielle Hipkins and Gill Plain.
ISBN: Price: €, £, US$ Peter Lang, This book is the outcome of a successful workshop held in Leeds in September and explores the effects of World War II on the representation.As other reviewers have already mentioned, although this is book 3 in the War Torn series, there is no need to have read books 1 and 2.
However, as 1 reviewer points out, reading the short story 'Call of the Silver Flame' in the "Tales of the Last War" anthology would be helpful, but not really necessary/5(7).
As other reviewers have already mentioned, although this is book 3 in the War Torn series, there is no need to have read books 1 and 2.
However, as 1 reviewer points out, reading the short story 'Call of the Silver Flame' in the "Tales of the Last War" anthology would be 4/5(2).