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Dear Harry

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In Dear Harry , authors D. M. Giangreco and Kathryn Moore include a robust cross section of the thousands of messages sent to Truman. Juxtaposed with informative background essays, these letters provide an undiluted account of the greatest challenges confronting the U.S. during Truman's administration, including civil rights, the Marshall Plan, the formation of Israel, the atomic bomb, the McCarthy hearings, the Korean War, and the General McArthur's dismissal, which alone solicited more than 90,000 missives. While the majority of the letters are from private citizens, a sprinkling also come from the occasional bombastic senator and a few from the world figures, such as Winston Churchill (who liked to offer advice) and Chaim Weizmann. The names of some correspondents, such as J. Robert Oppenheimer, Upton Sinclair, Gene Tunney, would have been familiar to many of their fellow Americans, while others as diverse as Morey Amsterdam and Barry Goldwater would be better known to future generations.
Category: History. ISBN: 9780811736787

Robert Pattinson

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Here's everything you need to know about gorgeous Robert Pattinson. From his early days in amateur theater . . . to landing the role of Cedric Diggory in Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire . . . to the amazing moment he found out he would play Edward Cullen in the movie of Stephenie Meyer's Twilight ! Sigh over eight pages of glossy photos, be surprised by what Robert loves and loathes, and discover exactly what he looks for in a girlfriend in this inside scoop on a megawatt star!
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction. ISBN: 9780061765537

Robert Pattinson

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With behind-the-scenes stories from the Harry Potter set and up-to-the-minute gossip from the Twilight movies, thisbiographyofone of film's top heartthrobs will appeal toPottermaniacs and"Twi-hards" alike Talented, gorgeous, and just as desirable as his on-screen alter egos Edward Cullen and Cedric Diggory, Robert Pattinson has won himself millions of devoted fans. With this full-length biography of the silver-screen sensation, fans can learn everything there is to know about Robertfrom his childhood in London, his private school education, and his early success with the Barnes Theatre Company to his modeling career and current star status. Intimately exploring Robert's life, this book includeshis expert musicianship (he plays the guitar and piano), his inspirations and ambitions,andthe inside story of his other film roles.Lifting the lid on the life of one of Britain's most popular exports, thisbookhas the inside scoop fans arethirsting for.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9781843174042

Robert Pattinson

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Robert Pattinson: The Unauthorized Biography lifts the lid on the life of one of Britain's most popular exports. Talented, gorgeous and just as desirable as his on-screen alter egos Edward Cullen and Cedric Diggory, Robert Pattinson has won himself millions of devoted fans. With this, the first full-length biography of the silver-screen sensation, fans can learn everything there is to know about Rob: from his childhood in London, private school education and early success with the Barnes Theatre Company to his modelling career and current star status. Virginia Blackburn intimately explores Rob's life, including his expert musicianship, his inspirations and ambitions, and the inside story of his other film roles. Featuring behind-the-scenes stories from the Harry Potter set and up-to-the-minute gossip from the Twilight movies, Robert Pattinson is a must-have for Twilight and RPattz fans alike . . . everyone's thirsting for it.
Category: Biography & Autobiography. ISBN: 9781843174950

Light-Horse Harry Lee

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"Light-Horse Harry blazes across the pages of Ryan Cole's narrative like a meteorâand his final crash is as destructive. Cole tells his story with care, sympathy, and where necessary, sternness. This book is a great, and sometimes harrowing read." âRichard Brookhiser, senior editor at National Review and author of Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington Who was "Light-Horse Harry" Lee? Gallant Revolutionary War hero. Quintessential Virginia cavalryman. George Washingtonâs trusted subordinate and immortal eulogist. Robert E. Leeâs beloved father. Founding father who shepherded the Constitution through the Virginia Ratifying Convention. But Light-Horse Harry Lee was also a con man. A beachcomber. Imprisoned for debt. Caught up in sordid squabbles over squalid land deals. Maimed for life by an angry political mob. Light-Horse Harry Leeâs life was tragic, glorious, and dramatic, but perhaps because of its sad, ignominious conclusion historians have rarely given him his dueâuntil now. Now historian Ryan Cole presents this soldier and statesman of the founding generation with all the vim and vigor that typified Lee himself. Scouring hundreds of contemporary documents and reading his way into Leeâs life, political philosophy, and character, Cole gives us the most intimate picture to date of this greatly awed but hugely talented man whose influence has reverberated from the founding of the United States to the present day.
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Light-Horse Harry Lee

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"Light-Horse Harry blazes across the pages of Ryan Cole's narrative like a meteorand his final crash is as destructive. Cole tells his story with care, sympathy, and where necessary, sternness. This book is a great, and sometimes harrowing read." Richard Brookhiser, senior editor at National Review and author of Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington Who was "Light-Horse Harry" Lee? Gallant Revolutionary War hero. Quintessential Virginia cavalryman. George Washington's trusted subordinate andimmortal eulogist. Robert E. Lee's beloved father.Founding father who shepherded the Constitution through the Virginia Ratifying Convention. But Light-Horse Harry Lee was also a conman. A beachcomber. Imprisoned for debt. Caught up in sordid squabbles over squalid land deals. Maimed for life by an angry political mob. Light-Horse Harry Lee's life was tragic, glorious, and dramatic, but perhaps because of its sad, ignominious conclusion historians have rarely given him his dueuntil now. Now historian Ryan Cole presents this soldier and statesman of the founding generation with all the vim and vigor thattypified Lee himself. Scouring hundreds of contemporary documents and reading his way into Lee's life, political philosophy, and character, Cole gives us the most intimate picture to date of this greatly awed but hugely talented man whose influence has reverberated from the founding of the United States to the present day.
Category: History. ISBN: 9781621576976

Light-Horse Harry Lee

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"Light-Horse Harry blazes across the pages of Ryan Cole's narrative like a meteor—and his final crash is as destructive. Cole tells his story with care, sympathy, and where necessary, sternness. This book is a great, and sometimes harrowing read." —Richard Brookhiser, senior editor at National Review and author of Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington Who was "Light-Horse Harry" Lee? Gallant Revolutionary War hero. Quintessential Virginia cavalryman. George Washington’s trusted subordinate and immortal eulogist. Robert E. Lee’s beloved father. Founding father who shepherded the Constitution through the Virginia Ratifying Convention. But Light-Horse Harry Lee was also a con man. A beachcomber. Imprisoned for debt. Caught up in sordid squabbles over squalid land deals. Maimed for life by an angry political mob. Light-Horse Harry Lee’s life was tragic, glorious, and dramatic, but perhaps because of its sad, ignominious conclusion historians have rarely given him his due—until now. Now historian Ryan Cole presents this soldier and statesman of the founding generation with all the vim and vigor that typified Lee himself. Scouring hundreds of contemporary documents and reading his way into Lee’s life, political philosophy, and character, Cole gives us the most intimate picture to date of this greatly awed but hugely talented man whose influence has reverberated from the founding of the United States to the present day.
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Light-Horse Harry Lee

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"Light-Horse Harry blazes across the pages of Ryan Cole's narrative like a meteorâand his final crash is as destructive. Cole tells his story with care, sympathy, and where necessary, sternness. This book is a great, and sometimes harrowing read." âRichard Brookhiser, senior editor at National Review and author of Founding Father: Rediscovering George Washington Who was "Light-Horse Harry" Lee? Gallant Revolutionary War hero. Quintessential Virginia cavalryman. George Washingtonâs trusted subordinate and immortal eulogist. Robert E. Leeâs beloved father. Founding father who shepherded the Constitution through the Virginia Ratifying Convention. But Light-Horse Harry Lee was also a con man. A beachcomber. Imprisoned for debt. Caught up in sordid squabbles over squalid land deals. Maimed for life by an angry political mob. Light-Horse Harry Leeâs life was tragic, glorious, and dramatic, but perhaps because of its sad, ignominious conclusion historians have rarely given him his dueâuntil now. Now historian Ryan Cole presents this soldier and statesman of the founding generation with all the vim and vigor that typified Lee himself. Scouring hundreds of contemporary documents and reading his way into Leeâs life, political philosophy, and character, Cole gives us the most intimate picture to date of this greatly awed but hugely talented man whose influence has reverberated from the founding of the United States to the present day.
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A Sereia de Harry

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Foi no comeo de setembro, poca do ano em que a cidade faz o diabo pra se lembrar do que era o calor, apenas uma vez mais antes que o inverno chegue com tudo. Um grupo de pescadores sem-teto pesca algo que PODE realmenteser uma sereia. Esta histria d a impresso de que John Steinbeck ficou bbado com Manly Wade Wellman e os dois colaboraram por causa de uma aposta boba. O QUE AS PESSOAS ESTO DIZENDO SOBRE STEVE VERNON O gnero precisa de sangue novo e Steve Vernon uma transfuso e tanto Edward Lee, autor de FLESH GOTHIC e CITY INFERNAL Se Harlan Ellis, Richard Matheson e Robert Bloch fizessem um mnage trois em uma banheira quente, e ento uma equipe de cientistas viesse, filtrasse toda a gua e misturasse o DNA restante em um tubo de ensaio, o resultado do experimento gentico provavelmente seria Steve Vernon. Bookgasm Steve Vernon uma espcie de anomalia no mundo da literatura de terror. Ele uma das novas vozes mais revigorantes no gnero, embora sua carreira j se estenda por vinte anos. Escrevendo com rara arrogncia e confiana, Steve Vernon pode levar seus leitores por uma gama inteira de emoes que vo desde o medo e a repulsa escancarados compaixo e aos risos. Cemetery Dance Armado com um senso de humor bizarro, uma enorme dose de originalidade, um dom para assumir riscos e um forte domnio sobre caracterizao Steve tem o jeito com certeza. Dark Discoveries Steve Vernon nasceu para escrever. Ele coisa sria e temos sorte por t-lo. Richard Chizmar Minha me acha que eu sou bem legal tambm.
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Light-Horse Harry Lee

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In Light Horse Harry Lee , Charles Royster tells the story of a man whose career embodies the visionary promises that inspired the American Revolution, as well as the inability of the revolutionary generation to put all its ideals into practice. The man is Henry Leesoldier (nicknamed Light-Horse Harry Lee), statesmen, landowner, historian of the young republic, member of one of the oldest and most eminent families of Virginiawho throughout his life endeavored to realize his dream of a free and prosperous America. Brilliantly examining Lee's ambitions and achievements, Mr. Royster makes us see how, both during the war and afterward, Lee continually risked himself in the service of his vision and how again and again he failed to win the victories he sought. He shows us Lee as a young officer in the Revolution, fighting valorously and skillfully, earning renown as a patriot and a military geniusbut leaving the Continental Army before the war's end, sickened by the violence of battle and disheartened by his helplessness to mitigate it. After the war, we see Lee determined to play a central role in the new nation's peaceful growthserving in Congress and as governor of Virginia, promoting expansion and development through his own private business ventures. And we watch as Lee's desperate pursuit of wealth and order for America ends tragically: in his political defeat, bankruptcy, and exile from the land he fought to free. Tracing Lee's struggles and reverses in his efforts to implement the promises of the Revolutionin his defense of the union, his opposition to Jeffersonian Republicans, his investments in land, his repeated warnings against warMr. Royster shows how, in extreme form, Lee exemplified in his strivings the public aspirations of America's most politically creative era, as well as his generations collective failure to attain its vision of national grandeur and individual happiness. And it is this failure and the resultant disappointment, Mr. Royster argues, that in large part opened the way to disagreements over the nature of the Union, culminating, finally, in the Civil Warin which the South was led by Light-Horse Harry Lee's son, Robert E. Lee.
Category: History. ISBN: 9780394513379
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