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Cowboy SEAL Homecoming

Author : Nicole Helm
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Three former Navy SEALs Injured in the line of duty Desperate for a new beginning... Searching for a place to call their own. Alex Maguire never thought he'd go home again. The perfect soldier, the perfect leader, he's spent his whole life running away from Blue Valley, Montana—but when a tragic accident bounces him and two of his men out of the SEALs, there's nowhere left to turn but the ranch he used to call his own...and the confusing, innocently beguiling woman who now lives there. Becca Denton's like nothing he could have imagined. She's far too tempting for her own good, but when she offers to help turn the ranch into a haven for injured veterans, he can't exactly say no. He'll just need to keep his distance. But something in her big green eyes makes Alex want to set aside the mantle of the perfect soldier and discover the man he could have and whole within the shelter of her arms. The Prodigal SEAL has come home. Navy SEAL Cowboys Series: Cowboy SEAL Homecoming (Book 1) Cowboy SEAL Redemption (Book 2) Cowboy SEAL Christmas (Book 3) What People Are Saying About Nicole Helm: "This romance is a true page-turner." —Publishers Weekly for Rebel Cowboy "Rebel Cowboy is a beautifully crafted romance...." —USA Today Happily Ever After "A delightfully intriguing and enticing story." —Publishers Weekly, Starred Review for True-Blue Cowboy Christmas

The Homecoming Theme in Modern Drama

Author : Leah Hadomi
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This study begins with an examination of the archi-pattern of the Prodigal Son, then analyses the analogies and differences between this archi-pattern and its post-figuration in modern dramatic discourse as influenced by changes in the sociocultural code. Six modern plays are represented: Ibsen's Ghosts, O'Neill's Long Day's Journey into Night, Miller's Death of a Salesman, Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Pinter's The Homecoming, and Shepard's Buried Child.

Drama Theory

Author : Peter Buse
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Peter Buse illuminates the relationship between modern British drama and contemporary critical and cultural theory. He demonstrates how theory allows fresh insights into familiar drama, pairing well-known plays with classic theory texts. The theoretical text is more than applied to the dramatic text, instead Buse shows how they reflect on each other. Drama + Theory provides not only provides new interpretations of popular plays, but of the theoretical texts as well.


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Author : Bruce Madej
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Year in and year out, the Wolverines have placed championship banner upon banner atop their record collection. The Wolverines have 47 national team championships, 281 Big Ten titles, more than 1,600 first team All-Americans, nearly 1,300 individual Big Ten champions, and the list goes on. While many schools note periods of success, the U-M has made winning a way of life, emerging from the battles victorious more than 10,000 times. This great tradition has been filled with notable names and spectacular performances.

Military Departures Homecomings and Death in Classical Athens

Author : Owen Rees
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This volume sheds new light on the experience of ancient Greek warfare by identifying and examining three fundamental transitions undergone by the classical Athenian hoplite as a result of his military service: his departure to war, his homecoming from war having survived, and his homecoming from war having died. As a conscript, a man regularly called upon by his city-state to serve in the battle lines and perform his citizen duty, the most common military experience of the hoplite was one of transition – he was departing to or returning from war on a regular basis, especially during extended periods of conflict. Scholarship has focused primarily on the experience of the hoplite after his return, with a special emphasis on his susceptibility to Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), but the moments of transition themselves have yet to be explored in detail. Taking each in turn, Owen Rees examines the transitions from two sides: from within the domestic environment as a member of an oikos, and from within the military environment as a member of the army. This analysis presents a new template for each and effectively maps the experience of the hoplite as he moves between his domestic and military duties. This allows us to reconstruct the effects of war more fully and to identify moments with the potential for a traumatic impact on the individual.


Author : David T Thompson
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A Chronicle of Walnut Station Walnut Grove

Author : Daniel D. Peterson
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A history of the area that would become Walnut Station, then Walnut Grove from the earliest days to the present. It covers almost every aspect of community life in this small town in Minnesota.

Dude You re a Fag

Author : C. J. Pascoe
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A perceptive ethnographic study explores the complex issues of gender identity and sexuality in high school, in a study based on eighteen months of fieldwork in a racially diverse working-class high school, looking at the definition of masculinity in terms of both a field of meaning and as a set of social practices. Simultaneous.

My Humble Beginning and the Journey Continues

Author : Cyndy Vanzandt
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Prayer is a force that is beyond us and fulfills the purpose of God, and the purposes of God are depending on prayer. The word of God says, “Let the priests, the ministers of the Lord, weep between the porch and the altar, and let them say, spare thy people, O Lord, and give not thine heritage to reproach, that the heathen should rule over them: wherefore should they say among the people, where is their God.” (Joel 2:17 KJV). Therefore, we need to repent and ask God to give us a burden for the lost. We need to grieve with the things that grieve the Holy Spirit; like apathy, prayerlessness, no convictions, no fear of God and being lukewarm.