A roving He Would Go

A roving He Would Go

Author: Milton Reed

Publisher:

ISBN: UIUC:30112089195066

Category: Voyages and travels

Page: 253

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Categories: Voyages and travels

I ll Go No More A Roving

I   ll Go No More A Roving

baby; at least she might want the option of having one . It was probably some
kind of biological imperative for her . Anyway, she asked if I would untie my tubes
. Not that simple, unfortunately . They had been cut in my vasectomy years before
 ...

Author: Robert Ayres Carter

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781463447151

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 580

View: 694

Praise for Somewhere I Have Never Traveled “Th is fourth volume of Robert Ayres Carter’s autobiography takes the reader back to the 1970s. From the outside, Carter’s life seems conventional: he was an executive in the world of publishing and advertising, commuting between Long Island and Manhattan. Setting this work apart from the ordinariness of that sort of life is the clarity of his unfl inching revelation of his private aff airs, emotions, and thoughts. His struggles to become a writer of novels, his self-doubts, and his emotional and physical involvement with many women, and the collapse of two marriages are all described vividly with the skill of the accomplished novelist. Perhaps most poignant of all are his descriptions of his sense of loss from his separation from his two sons.” —-James Scanlon, Professor Emeritus of History, Randolph-Macon College
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Soodlum s Irish Ballad Book

Soodlum s Irish Ballad Book

He came unto a farmer's door a lodging for to gain. The farmer's daughter she
came down and viewed him cheek and chin, She says he is a handsome man, I
pray you take him in. Chorus:— We'll go no more a roving, a roving in the night, ...

Author: Oak Publications

Publisher: Oak Publications

ISBN: 9781783235278

Category: Music

Page: 96

View: 897

This volume is a monument among ballad books containing 158 of the most popular Irish ballads and songs which echo and resound throughout the pubs of Ireland and indeed throughout the world by Ireland’s leading folk groups. Along with notes on many of the ballads, this book features a fine collection of unique photographs, drawings and engravings depicting scenes of Ireland’s bygone days. Contents include, “The Town I Loved So Well,” “The Wild Rover,” The Rose of Tralee,” “The Cliffs of Doneen,” “Cockles and Mussels,” “The Patriot Game,” “A Nation Once Again,” “Old Maid in a Garrett,” “Nora,” “James Connolly,” “I’ll Tell Me Ma” and many more.
Categories: Music

Harper s Young People

Harper s Young People

A - roving , a - roving , " I'll tell you what , though , Het , " said Rudy , " when I'll go
no nore a - roving you want to go off ... plum - colored or not , you'd better take
somebody along But after a while he ceased his singing , and answered who ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UTEXAS:059172025465850

Category: Children's periodicals, American

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Categories: Children's periodicals, American

A Roving Commission or Through the Black Insurrection at Hayti

A Roving Commission  or  Through the Black Insurrection at Hayti

"We will go on at once. The hills are very close here, but it is best that we should
be well among them before it is daylight, or we might be noticed by someone in
the town. They would not concern themselves much with us, but your dress and ...

Author: George Henty

Publisher: Litres

ISBN: 9785040517350

Category: Fiction

Page:

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Categories: Fiction

The Poetical Works of Lord Byron

   The    Poetical Works of Lord Byron

I. So we'll go no more a roving So late into the night, Though the heart be still as
loving, And the moon be still as bright. II. For the sword outwears its sheath, And
the soul wears out the breast, And the heart must pause to breathe, And love ...

Author: George Gordon Byron Baron Byron

Publisher:

ISBN: NLI:370374-10

Category:

Page: 715

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Tinsley s Magazine

Tinsley s Magazine

smile when he tells me he is home , and I may have to write an living within his
income . I knew answer to ... Miss Annesley of an appointment for him there , will
come and see you herself to - and Mr . Kage was expecting the morrow . She is ...
Some men like to Thank you , ' he said ; ' I will go a - roving ; he did not . He loved
 ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NYPL:33433081662946

Category:

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Yankee Go Home

Yankee Go Home

Wait, wait . . . . things will get better! Pray, Pray, Pray . . . light candles! Hope,
Hope . . . . he'll come back. I know Moises had a “roving eye” but I couldn't believe
he would sacrifice his “family,” nor disgrace himself in front of society.

Author: Jean Lezama

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 9781465357632

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 152

View: 444

This Autobiography is not intended to be a heart-throbbing essence of bitterness, grief or woe. It is written with an open mind, a loving spirit, and a down to earth expression of what women face today, yesterday and yesteryear
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

The Battle for Christmas

The Battle for Christmas

He would have been youthful and full-sized, not a tiny “old elf.” He would very
likely have been part of a roving gang (perhaps a callithumpian band), not a
single individual. He would have come to make all the noise he could rather than
to ...

Author: Stephen Nissenbaum

Publisher: Vintage

ISBN: 9780307760227

Category: History

Page: 400

View: 947

Anyone who laments the excesses of Christmas might consider the Puritans of colonial Massachusetts: they simply outlawed the holiday. The Puritans had their reasons, since Christmas was once an occasion for drunkenness and riot, when poor "wassailers extorted food and drink from the well-to-do. In this intriguing and innovative work of social history, Stephen Nissenbaum rediscovers Christmas's carnival origins and shows how it was transformed, during the nineteenth century, into a festival of domesticity and consumerism. Drawing on a wealth of period documents and illustrations, Nissenbaum charts the invention of our current Yuletide traditions, from St. Nicholas to the Christmas tree and, perhaps most radically, the practice of giving gifts to children. Bursting with detail, filled with subversive readings of such seasonal classics as "A Visit from St. Nicholas” and A Christmas Carol, The Battle for Christmas captures the glorious strangeness of the past even as it helps us better understand our present.
Categories: History

The Roving Tree

The Roving Tree

Then it oc— curred to me that if the mare'chal had done something to him, it
would never be breaking news. He would just disappear, and no one would ever
know what happened. I stared at the lawn. ... I was going to visit my uncle. But I
don't ...

Author: Elsie Augustave

Publisher: Akashic Books

ISBN: 9781617751738

Category: Fiction

Page: 300

View: 232

One of the South Florida Times's Best Bets For Your Weekend! Essence Magazine: Summer Reading Pick! "Augustave, a first-time novelist, pens a well-balanced story about a young woman, caught between two worlds, who struggles to connect with her heritage...a polished narrative that addresses racism and cultural and class differences and provides a wealth of information about vaudou beliefs." --Kirkus Reviews "With her skillful incorporation of literary realism, Augustave brilliantly synthesizes the cultural richness of Haitian Vodou and the impoverished socio-political affairs of Haiti, along with the acidic polluted gush of racism that is deeply drenched in American society." --Haitian Times "Augustave creates a stunning tale with beautiful language that dwells in the realm of magical realism...The characters are rich, complicated and full of color and nuance." --Mosaic Magazine "A gorgeous new novel about a Haitian adoptee finding her way in many different corners of the world." --Edwidge Danticat, in the New York Times‘s By the Book feature "A fulfilling, exciting and ultra-lyrical read, The Roving Tree is really a novel about a lost soul's identity quest." --Kreyolicious.com "The Roving Tree is both a song and a social essay. It provides a window on a world and rounds out by circling back to the prologue." --Asheville Citizen-Times "Augustave...illustrates the devastating rootlessness of cultural disaffiliation." --World Literature Today "A fresh new voice who adds her own charming, beguiling brand of lyricism to the growing body of Haitian American stories. The Roving Tree is a unique and fascinating book, and I for one look forward to hearing more from this writer." --Lorna Goodison, author of From Harvey River "A beautiful, layered, nuanced story about a woman finding herself." --NBC COZI TV "A great journey...quite enjoyable well worth the read." --HIP Magazine "It's this attention to a blend of social issues, politics and transformation that enrich The Roving Tree and give it the kind of dimension and depth missing from singular stories of either adoptees or immigrants from other cultures." --Midwest Book Review "A well-written story with fleshed-out characters who are very much products of their time....This story made me realize how much of a force of nature ordinary people can be." --Idle Musings "I cannot begin to describe how deeply moved I was by The Roving Tree...completely worth a read. Simply stated, it's a blessing." --Read at Home Mama Elsie Augustave's debut novel, The Roving Tree, explores multiple themes: separation and loss, rootlessness, the impact of class privilege and color consciousness, and the search for cultural identity. The central character, Iris Odys, is the offspring of Hagathe, a Haitian maid, and Brahami, a French-educated mulatto father who cares little about his child. Hagathe, who had always dreamt of a better life for her child, is presented with the perfect opportunity when Iris is five years old. Adopted by a white American couple, an anthropologist and art gallery owner, Iris is transported from her tiny remote Haitian village, Monn Neg, to an American suburb. The Roving Tree illuminates how imperfectly assimilated adoptees struggle to remember their original voices and recapture their personal histories and cultural legacy. Set between two worlds, suburban America and Haiti under the oppressive regime of Papa Doc's Tanton Macoutes, the novel offers a unique literary glimpse into the deeply entrenched class discrimination and political repression of Haiti during the Duvalier era, along with the subtle but nonetheless dangerous effects of American racism. Told from beyond the grave, Iris seamlessly shares her poignant and pivotal life experiences. The Roving Tree, underscored by the spiritual wisdom of Haitian griots, offers insightful revelations of the importance of significant relationships with family and friends. Years later, we see how these elements are transformative to Iris's intense love affair, and her personal and professional growth. Universal truths resonate beyond the pages of this work.
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The country

The country

Scot ' s " letter where he tells your readers advance of their present position , and
with well | " A Roving Scot ” tells me to read certain back that ... Now , throughout
the whole of Dandies , I would not come into competition with who can give ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: HARVARD:HWJPJ1

Category:

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A Roving Commission Or Through the Black Insurrection at Hayti

A Roving Commission  Or  Through the Black Insurrection at Hayti

Although it can hardly be considered asin your regular course of duty, Ishall
certainly forward a narrative of your ... next time we go to Port Royal you had
better goin for your examination,and if youpass Ihavevery little doubt that acting
rank will ...

Author: George Alfred Henty

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

ISBN: 9781465557650

Category: Haiti

Page: 383

View: 184

Categories: Haiti

A Roving Commission

A Roving Commission

The tour that I started there in 1977 was to be the last I would serve on an RAF
station. After Cranwell I went back to the Ministry of Defence and completed my
service by retiring voluntarily and prematurely from my post at SHAPE in 1983.

Author: Kel Palmer

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9781450280853

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 568

View: 723

Kel Palmer is a proud Mancunian. On retirement in 2000, he and Rosemarie planned to move from their 17th century haunted Sussex cottage to the sunshine of Cyprus or Kauai, but chose Wales! This memoir, covering the 76 years he can remember, is written so that chapters may be read in isolation avoiding autobiographic boredom. It depicts life during WW2 as seen through the eyes of a young boy, via roller-coaster days at Grammar School, spurning a sporting career to join the RAF leading to commissioning and flying training. His first superiors were men wearied by war, facing new challenges as the jet replaced the piston and the WP replaced Nazism. It was a time before aircraft technology had mushroomed, before ejection seats, and electronic wizardry, but in which the flying was immensely exciting and life as a young officer was about fun and fulfillment. He flew mainly fighters with a mix of frontline squadrons, Operational conversion, Flying College, and service with the USAF and US Navy. He was a pioneer of fighter in-flight refueling in the heady days when RAF squadrons deployed worldwide. Later he held Command posts, served in MOD Operational Requirements, Directed the Air Warfare College, and was Chief of Nuclear Plans at SHAPE, leading to his career in the defence industry. On cancellation of Nimrod AEW he left air defence switching to maritime patrol and battlefield surveillance as those roles became increasingly important. During the 90s life caught up with him and he enjoyed a triple heart bypass, divorced and re-married, and watched his four children complete their education and grow into adulthood. He retired in 2000 to become involved in Community affairs, Youth, the environment and social housing, receiving The Queens Award for Voluntary Service. He has lived in the USA, Germany, Belgium and Cyprus, travelled to 111 countries, and been an accomplished and versatile sportsman playing his last game of rugby at 46 and soccer at 61.An enthusiastic dancer, Kel is a great lover of music and of furry friends. He published his memoirs in 2005 ,updating them in the light of much reflection and some repercussions.
Categories: Biography & Autobiography

Deployment

Deployment

Word would get out soon enough that they were a team. Before that ... That would
keephim in he loop of whatwas going oninthe Group. ... It would have the added
benefit of giving him freedom of movement, a roving set of eyes and ears.

Author: John Martin

Publisher: iUniverse

ISBN: 9780595482009

Category: Fiction

Page: 392

View: 500

The world has failed the Darfur region, but devious politicians and generals have figured a way to polish their ow images with no risk. They are going to use the National Guard. Sergeant Major Lucas Grant should have retired. Instead, he joined the Guard. The National Guard stands ready to provide humanitarian relief wherever they may be sent, but they never expected anything like Darfur. Grant finds himself in another shooting war, worse than anything he has known before. Islamic extremists want the country for Arab Muslims, the Sudanese Liberation Army wants it for African Muslims, and both sides want the Americans out. And there's a problem with one of their own soldiers. Based on current events in Darfur, American soldiers face the perils of helping the people no one cares about, and keeping each other alive while they do it.
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The Crystal Gryphon

The Crystal Gryphon

Thus Riwal was as strange to his fellows as I. He had a great thirst for knowledge,
which was in him as a longing for bread might be in a starving man. At times he
would go roving, not only in the forest country, but beyond, into the Waste itself.

Author: Andre Norton

Publisher: Open Road Media

ISBN: 9781497656154

Category: Fiction

Page: 203

View: 244

The adventures of Witch World continue as a cursed hero and his true love struggle for survival in a vast parallel universe of magic and high fantasy. Kerovan of Ulmsdale has long borne the curse of his ancestors’ depredations. After pillaging a sanctum of the Old Ones, his bloodline has been forever marred by painful sickness and death. Kerovan was born strong and hardy, but he walks on hooves instead of human feet and sees through eyes of amber—just as the Old Ones had. Bound in marriage to the beautiful Joisan of Ithkrypt, Kerovan seeks to claim his rightful place as Lord-heir of Ulmsdale. But first, the couple—separated by distance, yet linked in spirit—must unlock the powers held within a mystical necklace Joisan wears. The small crystal gryphon bears secrets that will bring them to the farthest reaches of the wilderness on a quest to save their people and their world from doom. Science Fiction Writers of America Grand Master Andre Norton’s beloved novels of sword and sorcery have sold millions of copies worldwide. The Crystal Gryphon is the 3rd book in the Witch World: High Hallack Cycle, but you may enjoy reading the series in any order.
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Delphi Complete Works of G K Chesterton Illustrated

Delphi Complete Works of G  K  Chesterton  Illustrated

He might, in fairness, have added that most of the very great artists were
plagiarists. Antiquated authors of the type of ... One series began, as I imagined,
with that spirited song of Byron, `We'll go no more a-roving'. Its chief beauty is that
 ...

Author: G. K. Chesterton

Publisher: Delphi Classics

ISBN: 9781908909497

Category: Fiction

Page: 4732

View: 158

One of the greatest writers of his time, G. K. Chesterton’s short stories, novels, poetry and essays demonstrate his unparalleled versatility in literature. This comprehensive eBook offers readers the complete fictional works of G. K. Chesterton, with numerous illustrations, rare texts, informative introductions and the usual Delphi bonus material. (Version 2) Features: * concise introductions to the novels and other works * the complete Father Brown stories, including the very rare stories * the original Father Brown illustrations * ALL the novels, with contents tables * images of how the novels first appeared, giving your eReader a taste of the Edwardian texts * special chronological and alphabetical contents tables for the poetry * rare plays and poetry * features 43 non-fiction books, each with contents tables * unique uncollected essays section, with rare articles by the great essayist * includes Chesterton’s autobiography– explore the writer’s literary life! * features a special criticism section, with four works examining Chesterton’s contribution to literature, including Patrick Braybrooke’s seminal work GILBERT KEITH CHESTERTON * many images relating to Chesterton’s life, works, places and film adaptations * scholarly ordering of texts in chronological order and literary genres, allowing easy navigation around Chesterton’s immense oeuvre Please note: due to copyright restrictions and the scarcity of some minor texts, this is a complete FICTIONAL works of Chesterton, with the almost complete non-fiction works. As soon as more texts become available, they will be added as free updates for customers who have already purchased this eBook. CONTENTS: Father Brown Stories THE INNOCENCE OF FATHER BROWN THE WISDOM OF FATHER BROWN THE INCREDULITY OF FATHER BROWN THE SECRET OF FATHER BROWN THE SCANDAL OF FATHER BROWN UNCOLLECTED FATHER BROWN STORIES Index of Father Brown Stories The Novels THE NAPOLEON OF NOTTING HILL THE MAN WHO WAS THURSDAY THE BALL AND THE CROSS MANALIVE THE FLYING INN THE RETURN OF DON QUIXOTE Short Story Collections THE CLUB OF QUEER TRADES THE MAN WHO KNEW TOO MUCH AND OTHER STORIES TALES OF THE LONG BOW THE POET AND THE LUNATICS FOUR FAULTLESS FELONS THE PARADOXES OF MR. POND UNCOLLECTED SHORT STORIES The Short Stories LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF SHORT STORIES IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Plays MAGIC THE JUDGMENT OF DR. JOHNSON THE TURKEY AND THE TURK The Poetry Collections GREYBEARDS AT PLAY THE WILD KNIGHT AND OTHER POEMS THE BALLAD OF THE WHITE HORSE POEMS WINE, WATER AND SONG THE BALLAD OF ST. BARBARA AND OTHER POEMS GLORIA IN PROFUNDIS UBI ECCLESIA THE GRAVE OF ARTHUR The Poems LIST OF POEMS IN CHRONOLOGICAL ORDER LIST OF POEMS IN ALPHABETICAL ORDER The Non-Fiction THE DEFENDANT ROBERT BROWNING TWELVE TYPES HERETICS VARIED TYPES CHARLES DICKENS ALL THINGS CONSIDERED TREMENDOUS TRIFLES ORTHODOXY WHAT’S WRONG WITH THE WORLD GEORGE BERNARD SHAW APPRECIATIONS AND CRITICISMS OF THE WORKS OF CHARLES DICKENS ALARMS AND DISCURSIONS A MISCELLANY OF MEN THE VICTORIAN AGE IN LITERATURE THE APPETITE OF TYRANNY THE CRIMES OF ENGLAND LORD KITCHENER UTOPIA OF USURERS AND OTHER ESSAYS A SHORT HISTORY OF ENGLAND IRISH IMPRESSIONS THE SUPERSTITION OF DIVORCE THE NEW JERUSALEM WHAT I SAW IN AMERICA EUGENICS AND OTHER EVILS ST. FRANCIS FANCIES VERSUS FADS THE EVERLASTING MAN WILLIAM COBBETT THE CATHOLIC CHURCH AND CONVERSION THE OUTLINE OF SANITY ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON DO WE AGREE? THE THING COME TO THINK OF IT ALL IS GRIST ST. THOMAS AQUINAS ALL I SURVEY: A BOOK OF ESSAYS THE WELL AND THE SHALLOWS THE GLASS WALKING STICK AS I WAS SAYING THE COMMON MAN THE SPICE OF LIFE THE APOSTLE AND THE WILD DUCKS AND OTHER ESSAYS UNCOLLECTED ESSAYS The Criticism MR. G.K. CHESTERTON AND MR. HILAIRE BELLOC by Robert Lynd G. K. CHESTERTON, A CRITICAL STUDY by Julius West and more
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Congressional Record

Congressional Record

I believe it would be proper to discuss the committee amendment , although it
speaks for itself . ... another section of the State and the other judge would have
to come down and take up the cases where the roving judge left off and vice
versa .

Author: United States. Congress

Publisher:

ISBN: OSU:32437010724108

Category: Law

Page:

View: 617

The Congressional Record is the official record of the proceedings and debates of the United States Congress. It is published daily when Congress is in session. The Congressional Record began publication in 1873. Debates for sessions prior to 1873 are recorded in The Debates and Proceedings in the Congress of the United States (1789-1824), the Register of Debates in Congress (1824-1837), and the Congressional Globe (1833-1873)
Categories: Law

United States Congressional Serial Set

United States Congressional Serial Set

He went out and stayed 2 or 3 days and came back , and thought he would go
back again and take charge of ihe business and ... Is he not of a roving
disposition , first at one place , then at another , but not permanently settling
anywhere ?

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ISBN: UCAL:B3985893

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Carlos Santana

Carlos Santana

He would watch wide-eyed as these costumed troubadours made beautiful
sounds that drove people to dance and be loving and friendly with one another.
... The reality of having to support a large family often required José to go where
the jobs were, which translated into long periods ... macho cloth as most Mexican
males—had a roving eye when it came to the ladies and, although she had never
found ...

Author: Marc Shapiro

Publisher: St. Martin's Press

ISBN: 9780312276331

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 256

View: 787

Carlos Santana took the music world by storm back in 1969 with his thrilling performance at the Woodstock festival. He was the first guitarist to skillfully blend fiery rock riffs with Latin, blues and sensuous Afro-Cuban rhythms to create a unique and unforgettable sound. His vision to create innovative melodies has earned him a magnitude of critical praise and acclaim over his illustrious career. But, the road to success has been a rocky, uphill climb. The middle child of seven children, Carlos Santana was born on July 20, 1947 in a tiny Mexican village where the homes were comprised of brick and mud, and there was no running water or lights. But, what his parents couldn't give in material wealth, they heaped upon their children in love. It was after the family moved to Tijuana that twelve year old Carlos developed his talent for the guitar and his reputation as a formidable musician spread. In 1968 Columbia Records signed on the Santana Blues Band and they began in earnest to work on an album that would include such popular Latin and soul favorites as "Black Magic Woman," "Evil Ways," and "Oye Como Va". On August 15, 1969, the Santana band was given the opportunity to play Woodstock before the release of their first album and this performance would forever be etched in fans' minds as a key moment in rock history. The Santana Blues Bands went from obscurity to instant recognition. Shortly thereafter, rumblings of discontent were echoed within the group with the volatile mixture of drug abuse, personality clashes, and the frustrations over the musical direction the band, ultimately leading to the demise of the group. Following the breakup, Carlos Santana delved deeper into the meditative arts and spirituality. The succession of albums that followed were greeted with critical acclaim, but moderate success. In the late 90's, Santana begin working on a new album under the creative direction of Clive Davis, head of Arista Records. In a brilliant union of collaborating with younger artists as Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean, and Rob Thomas, the album, Supernatural was a commercial smash. It sold over thirteen million copies, and appealed to both the baby boomers and the teenage crowd. Carlos Santana became the star of the 2000 Grammys, and Supernatural won several awards including, Best Rock Album of the Year, Song of the Year for "Smooth", and Album of the Year. With a career that spans three decades, Carlos Santana p0has proven that talent, determination, and passion are the keys to longevity in a business that is obsessed with youth and beauty. Against the odds, he has defied the rule of convention and made an incredible comeback. His story is timeless, inspirational, and he has undoubtedly proven himself to be the king of the guitar.
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The Way It Was

The Way It Was

If things worked out they could ask the girls if they would go with them on that day
trip later. The food was served along with ... insisted on also taking a taxi. There
was also the remote possibility of being attacked by a roving gang who would ...

Author: L Langford Hodges

Publisher: AuthorHouse

ISBN: 9781477208472

Category: History

Page: 116

View: 945

I have thought of this story for many years. Having been stationed in Corsica and Italy during WW2 I knew some of this from my experiences. Over the years I urged anyone who showed any inclination to write a book to write this story. I usually got the same response, write the book yourself. So that is what I finally did. I hope you find the book entertaining. After I retired I spent a lot of my time traveling by driving all over this country. On one of my trips I drove into Canada and visited with our friendly neighbors up north. Along the way I enjoyed some oil painting until I gave out of wall space. Having played poker all my life [since I waS 15] i started playing at the brick and mortar casino's, many different places, but my favorite place was at the Grand in Biloxi. Katrina broke that up. Then I started playing on-line. The govt. broke that up. I don't think they were getting their cut. By then I decided that if the story was to be told I would have to do it. I had always heard the hardest part was getting started, and I found that to be true. If you have have a story that you want to tell, go ahead and get started. A high school graduate volunteers to join the Army Air Force to become a fighter pilot. He fights in Italy. He is shot down and bails out safely. Aided by the partisans he gets back to his side of the lines. After the war he goes to Ga Tech on the GI Bill. Graduates his business takes him back to Italy. Hopefully you will find the story interesting. They live happily ever after.
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