Cast Away

Cast Away
Author: Amelia Dalton
Publsiher: eXtasy Books
Total Pages: 219
Release: 2019-09-27
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9781487425562

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The heir of a Duke, betrothed to a daughter of his king, Jeremy Nottingdale thought he knew what life had in store for him until his uncle threw him overboard. Accustomed to a life of privilege and pampering, Jeremy is suddenly faced with the challenge to survive. Cast Away tells of Jeremy’s transformation from a spoiled aristocrat to a respectful nobleman not only because of his time marooned on an island, but also because of the woman he finds there. Beautiful, intelligent, and resourceful Sanura is an enigma. Rather than seduce her, as would be his usual wont, he finds himself acting as he knows a gentleman should. Over time, the challenges and dangers of their life of exile draw them closer. They find they can express through love what they cannot in language. Jeremy’s greatest desire is for a rescue so he can see Sanura safely to her family, whoever and wherever they are. Yet the granting of this greatest of his wishes would mean he must part with her and never see her again. When the time comes, will he be able to cast her away?

Cast Away in the Cold

Cast Away in the Cold
Author: John Hardy
Publsiher: BoD – Books on Demand
Total Pages: 184
Release: 2020-07-30
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9783752372014

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Reproduction of the original: Cast Away in the Cold by John Hardy

The Christian s Concern that He May Not be a Cast away Exemplified in the Conduct of the Apostle Paul Being Two Discourses on 1 Cor IX 27 Etc

The Christian s Concern that He May Not be a Cast away  Exemplified in the Conduct of the Apostle Paul  Being Two Discourses on 1 Cor  IX  27  Etc
Author: Benjamin WALLIN
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1765
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0021574851

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God s Ancient People not Cast Away A sermon preached before the London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews

God s Ancient People not Cast Away  A sermon  preached     before the London Society for Promoting Christianity amongst the Jews
Author: Charles James Blomfield
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 27
Release: 1843
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0019844944

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Cast Away Fear

Cast Away Fear
Author: A. B. T. Byaruhanga-Akiiki
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 47
Release: 1994
Genre: Africa
ISBN: IND:30000044476095

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Cast Away

Cast Away
Author: Naomi Shihab Nye
Publsiher: HarperCollins
Total Pages: 176
Release: 2020-02-11
Genre: Juvenile Nonfiction
ISBN: 9780062907714

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“Nye at her engaging, insightful best.” —Kirkus Reviews (starred review) Acclaimed poet and Young People’s Poet Laureate Naomi Shihab Nye shines a spotlight on the things we cast away, from plastic water bottles to those less fortunate, in this collection of more than eighty original and never-before-published poems. A deeply moving, sometimes funny, and always provocative poetry collection for all ages. “How much have you thrown away in your lifetime already? Do you ever think about it? Where does this plethora of leavings come from? How long does it take you, even one little you, to fill the can by your desk?” ?Naomi Shihab Nye National Book Award Finalist, Young People’s Poet Laureate, and devoted trash-picker-upper Naomi Shihab Nye explores these questions and more in this original collection of poetry that features more than eighty new poems. “I couldn’t save the world, but I could pick up trash,” she says in her introduction to this stunning volume. With poems about food wrappers, lost mittens, plastic straws, refugee children, trashy talk, the environment, connection, community, responsibility to the planet, politics, immigration, time, junk mail, trash collectors, garbage trucks, all that we carry and all that we discard, this is a rich, engaging, moving, and sometimes humorous collection for readers ages twelve to adult. Includes ideas for writing, recycling, and reclaiming, and an index.

Cast Away

Cast Away
Author: Charlotte McDonald-Gibson
Publsiher: Portobello Books
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2016-05-05
Genre: Social Science
ISBN: 9781846276163

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Riot police are shutting down borders, 800 lives are lost in a single shipwreck, a boy's body washes up on a beach: this is the European Union in summer 2015. But how did a bloc founded upon the values of human rights and dignity for all reach this point? And what was driving millions of desperate people to risk their lives on the Mediterranean? Charlotte McDonald-Gibson has spent years reporting on every aspect of Europe's refugee crisis, and Cast Away offers a vivid glimpse of the personal dilemmas, pressures, choices and hopes that lie beneath the headlines. We meet Majid, a Nigerian boy who exchanges the violence of his homeland for Libya, only to be driven onto a rickety boat during Colonel Gaddafi's crackdown on migrants. Nart is an idealistic young lawyer who risks imprisonment and torture in Syria until it is no longer safe for him to stay. Sina has to leave her new husband behind and take their unborn son across three continents to try and escape the Eritrean dictatorship. Mohammed is a teenager who dreams of becoming the world's best electrician until he is called to serve as a foot-soldier in the Syrian army. And Hanan watches in horror as the safe life she built for her four children in Damascus collapses, and she has to entrust their lives to people smugglers. While the politicians wrangle over responsibility, and the media talk in statistics, Cast Away brings to life the human consequences of the most urgent humanitarian issue of our time.

Castaway Tales

Castaway Tales
Author: Christopher Palmer
Publsiher: Wesleyan University Press
Total Pages: 272
Release: 2016-05-10
Genre: Literary Criticism
ISBN: 9780819576224

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Ever since Robinson Crusoe washed ashore, the castaway story has survived and prospered, inspiring a multitude of writers of adventure fiction to imitate and adapt its mythic elements. In his brilliant critical study of this popular genre, Christopher Palmer traces the castaway tales’ history and changes through periods of settlement, violence, and reconciliation, and across genres and languages. Showing how subsequent authors have parodied or inverted the castaway tale, Palmer concentrates on the period following H. G. Wells’s The Island of Dr. Moreau. These much darker visions are seen in later novels including William Golding’s Lord of the Flies, J. G. Ballard’s Concrete Island, and Iain Banks’s The Wasp Factory. In these and other variations, the castaway becomes a cannibal, the castaway’s island is relocated to center of London, female castaways mock the traditional masculinity of the original Crusoe, or Friday ceases to be a biddable servant. By the mid-twentieth century, the castaway tale has plunged into violence and madness, only to see it return in young adult novels—such as Scott O’Dell’s Island of the Blue Dolphins and Terry Pratchett’s Nation—to the buoyancy and optimism of the original. The result is a fascinating series of revisions of violence and pessimism, but also reconciliation.

Cast Away

Cast Away
Author: William Broyles
Publsiher: Newmarket Press
Total Pages: 128
Release: 2001-02-22
Genre: Performing Arts
ISBN: 1557044813

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Cast Away began in 1994 when Fox executive Elizabeth Gabler told me that Tom Hanks thought there might be a movie in the story of a modern man stranded on a desert island...which Tom jokingly called 'Chuck of the Jungle'. So begins William Broyles, Jr.'s fascinating introduction, written exclusively for this book, about the process and challenges inherent in writing a screenplay that was not, by design, going to have a lot of dialogue in it, and about his collaboration with two extraordinarily gifted artists, actor Tom Hanks and director Robert Zemeckis. Broyles's introduction shows how a movie and its story evolve, shift, and shape while the creators grapple with all manner of internal and external choices: from developing what was Tom Hanks's idea into a story, and building a narrative structure and thematic threads into a screenplay, to researching the details of the specific - and ironic - situation of a FedEx executive stranded on a desert island.

Castaway Boats

Castaway Boats
Author: Victor Slocum
Publsiher: Sheridan House, Inc.
Total Pages: 311
Release: 2001
Genre: Sports & Recreation
ISBN: 1574091263

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The son and companion of the famous Captain Joshus Slocum presents the harrowing stories of castaway boats and the adventures of the survivors.

Tempest of Bravoure Castaway

Tempest of Bravoure  Castaway
Author: Valena D'Angelis
Publsiher: fabled ink
Total Pages: 290
Release: 2021-01-26
Genre: Fiction
ISBN: 9182736450XXX

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Courage and love. Fear and blame. A journey beyond the edge of the world where everyone’s heart will be tested. Can our heroes find a way home? We had no choice but to save ourselves. Two years after Sharr’s downfall, Ahna sets out on a quest to find the ghosts of her past. After decades believing in the magi’s death at the hands of her ruthless brother, she has found tangible evidence of their survival. But this realization strikes her like a knife to the heart. Not only may the magi be alive, but so may her husband, the man she was forced to mourn fifty years ago. Ahna rushes to a different world with Jules, the veteran spy of the Resistance, and Farooq, a young farmer, a mage who never expected to be one. Together, they will venture down an unexplored realm of danger and uncanny creatures, because what creeps in this faraway world is nothing like they have ever seen. “Fantasy packed with witty characters who also have depth, imaginative worlds, interesting creatures, and surprise twists.” — Diabolic Shrimp Other books by Valena D’Angelis Tales of Terra Tempest of Bravoure Kingdom Ascent Castaway City of the Dead

The Castaway and Other Poems

The Castaway and Other Poems
Author: Sydney Glanville Fielding
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 64
Release: 1884
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: WISC:89001289644

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Castaway on the Auckland Isles a narrative of the wreck of the Grafton from the private journals of Capt T Musgrave with a map and some account of the Aucklands Edited by J J Shillinglaw etc

Castaway on the Auckland Isles  a narrative of the wreck of the    Grafton     from the private journals of Capt  T  Musgrave  with a map  and some account of the Aucklands  Edited by J  J  Shillinglaw  etc
Author: Thomas MUSGRAVE (Captain.)
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 135
Release: 1865
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: BL:A0018026579

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The Castaway Scouts

The Castaway Scouts
Author: Anonim
Publsiher: best global publishing
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2022
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 9781846930355

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The Castaway s War

The Castaway s War
Author: Stephen Harding
Publsiher: Da Capo Press
Total Pages: 320
Release: 2016-05-03
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780306823411

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Shipwrecked on a South Pacific island, a young US Navy lieutenant waged a one-man war against the Japanese In the early hours of July 5, 1943, the destroyer USS Strong was hit by a Japanese torpedo. The powerful weapon broke the destroyer's back, killed dozens of sailors, and sparked raging fires. While accompanying ships were able to take off most of Strong's surviving crewmembers, scores went into the ocean as the once-proud warship sank beneath the waves--and a young officer's harrowing story of survival began. Lieutenant Hugh Barr Miller, a pre-war football star at the University of Alabama, went into the water as the vessel sank. Severely injured, Miller and several others survived three days at sea and eventually landed on a Japanese-occupied island. The survivors found fresh water and a few coconuts, but Miller, suffering from internal injuries and believing he was on the verge of death, ordered the others to go on without him. They reluctantly did do, believing, as Miller did, that he would be dead within hours. But Miller didn't die, and his health improved enough for him to begin searching for food. He also found the enemy--Japanese forces patrolling the island. Miller was determined to survive, and so launched a one-man war against the island's occupiers. Based on official American and Japanese histories, personal memoirs, and the author's exclusive interviews with many of the story's key participants, The Castaway's War is a rousing story of naval combat, bravery, and determination.