6 edition of To the white sea found in the catalog.
|Series||Wheeler large print book series|
|LC Classifications||PS3554.I32 T6 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||p. (large print) ; cm.|
|LC Control Number||93047354|
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Book reviews. To the White Sea James Dickey Review by Pat Broeske. July Plenty of war stories are finding their inspiration in novels, such as James Dickey's riveting To the White Sea, currently in development at Universal Pictures. Similar in tone to the Dickey classic. (Stalin's White Sea - Baltic Kanal: History of Construction - )) is a Soviet historical volume detailing the construction of the White Sea-Baltic Sea Canal and the labor used to construct it. The volume was edited and compiled by Maxim Gorky and contributed to by various other Soviet writers.
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Merely for the fact that this is a book that makes one think and ponder and consider, it is a great book. The basic story is that of a WWII bomber crewman shot down over Tokyo immediately prior to the great firebomb raids of Spring /5(31). To the White Sea contains one of the most uncompromising narratives and most unilaterally driven protagonists every committed to paper.
Muldrow, a WWII gunner, shot down over Tokyo, does whatever is necessary to survive; he is a man apart, thrown into a foreign land, with a different language, culture, and ideology/5.
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TO THE WHITE SEA by James Dickey ‧ RELEASE DATE: Sept. 1, Dickey doesn't write many novels—three in 23 years—but he makes every one : James Dickey.
The White Sea book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. When wealthy Greek ship-owner Kostas Gatsos is kidnapped, his desperat /5. To the White Sea - James Dickey - Google Books Award-winning and best-selling author James Dickey returns with the heart-stopping story of Muldrow, an American tail gunner who parachutes /5(3).
To the White Sea recounts the journey of Sergeant Muldrow from Tokyo to the northern island of Hokkaido. Muldrow bails out of his plane, an American B bomber, when it. Also buried on the island, but not mentioned in the book (since he was born after its publication) is the French poet, Jacques Brel.
Thor Heyerdahl, the Norwegian, famed for his book “Kon Tiki”, lived on the islands for a year. Robert Lewis Stevenson also visited and wrote “In Reviews: 7.
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The whole of the White Sea is under Russian. A carefully prepared visit in August to the White Sea–Baltic Canal may have hidden the worst of the brutality from a group of Russian writers and artists, the so-called Writers Brigade, including Maxim Gorky, Aleksey Nikolayevich Tolstoy, Viktor Shklovsky, and Mikhail Zoshchenko, who compiled a work in praise of the project, the page The I.V.
Stalin White Sea – Baltic Sea Canal (Russian:. To the White Sea James Dickey Dell Publishing New York City, NY ISBN:$, pp. "A vast silence reigned over the land. The land itself was a desolation, lifeless, without movement, so lone and cold that the spirit of it was not even that of sadness.
Hailed as a masterpiece-the finest work yet by an American novelist of the first rank-this is the mysterious story of a young black man who agrees to an unusual bargain to. To the White Sea (Paperback) By James Dickey. Email or call for price. Hard to Find - Email or Call for Availability.
Description. Award-winning and best-selling author James Dickey returns with the heart-stopping story of Muldrow, an American tail gunner who parachutesfrom his burning airplane into Tokyo in the final months of World War II. Besides, Kotick was a white seal. "What you must do," said old Sea Catch, after he had heard his son's adventures, "is to grow up and be a big seal like your father, and have a nursery on the beach, and then they will leave you alone.
In another five years you ought to be able to fight for yourself." Even gentle Matkah, his mother, said: "You. To the White Sea Summary & Study Guide To the White Sea Summary A number of themes — war, violence, nature, sacrifice, and boundaries — are woven together in the overriding theme of the book.
The White Sea Bird book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers/5. "The White Seal" is a short story by the British author Rudyard Kipling. It first appeared in print in the August issue of the London-based magazine National Review.
It was published again in as part of the anthology The Jungle Book. Unusually for a story in The Jungle Book, none of the action in "The White Seal" takes place in India.
The White Sea Bird Hardcover – April 1, by David Beaty (Author)5/5(2). Get this from a library. To the white sea. [James Dickey] -- Sergeant Muldrow is an American airman who is shot down over Tokyo during World War II. Using skills gained in his youth in his native Alaska, he proceeds to make his escape.
A brutal and often. Get this from a library. The white sea. [Paul Johnston] -- Billionaire ship-owner Kostas Gatsos has been missing for several weeks, after being snatched from his luxury villa on the idyllic Greek island of Lesvos. Curiously, there has been no ransom demand. This is an astonishing little book.
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The white sea. [Paul Johnston] -- Wealthy ship-owner Kostas Gatsos has been missing for several weeks, having been snatched from his luxury villa on the idyllic island of Lesvos.
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