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Cry Peace; Fiction.

  • Source: The Times (London, England). 2005, pages. 15

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Disturbing the Peace. (Fiction).

  • Source: Publishers Weekly. 2001, Vol. 248, Issue 52, pages. 1

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Separate Peace, A (Fiction, 1959) : A Separate Peace (Fiction, 1959)

  • Authors : Zeke Jarvis

  • Source: Pop Culture Universe: Icons, Idols, Ideas, 9/19/2017

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Bloodtide.

Subjects: Dystopias -- Fiction; Gangs -- Fiction; Young women -- FictionLondon (England) -- Fiction

  • Abstract: Summary: Two ruthless gangs of warlords fight over the bombed-out remains of the city of London, until a truce is suggested by the patriarch of ...

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What 'religion of peace' fiction has wrought; Exclusive: Jerry Newcombe talks to Robert Spencer, Andrew McCarthy about jihad

  • Authors : By:Jerry Newcombe

  • Source: WorldNetDaily (USA), June 6, 2017 Jerry Newcombe, 3pp

  • Abstract: Maybe we should have a "Ramadan Alert." Every time this "holy" season comes up on the calendar, the attacks by the jihadists increase. This year, ...

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Nightmares haunt peace; FICTION

  • Authors : By:GIULIA RHODES

  • Source: Express on Sunday, The (London, England), January 19, 2014 Features 01, 3pp

  • Abstract: Wake **** Anna Hope Doubleday, £12.99 (Express Books, £11.49) A HUNDRED years after the outbreak of the First World War Anna Hope's debut novel, Wake, seeks to offer ...

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INDIE 2021 BOOK AWARDS.

Subjects: SPELL of Rowans, A (Book); WASTELAND, The (Book); IMAGE, The (Book)

  • Source: Foreword Reviews; Jul/Aug2022, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p27-31, 5p

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Re-enchanting the World.

Subjects: *MOZAMBICAN authors; *LITERARY prizes; *LITERATURECOUTO, Mia

  • Source: World Literature Today. Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 89 Issue 1, p50-53. 4p.

  • Abstract: The article presents the text of speech by Mozambican writer Mia Couto delivered during his acceptance of the 2014 Neustadt International Prize for Literature at the ...

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Too Bright To See.

Subjects: *GENDER identity; *CHILDREN'S literature; *FICTIONTOO Bright to See (Book : Lukoff)LUKOFF, Kyle

  • Source: School Library Journal. Apr2021, Vol. 67 Issue 4, p117-123. 3p. 1 Color Photograph.

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