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Black Wave by Kim Ghattas

Title Black Wave
Author Kim Ghattas
Publisher Henry Holt and Company
Release Date 2020-01-28
Category History
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9781250131218
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A New York Times Notable Books of 2020 “[A] sweeping and authoritative history" (The New York Times Book Review), Black Wave is an unprecedented and ambitious examination of how the modern Middle East unraveled and why it started with the pivotal year of 1979. Kim Ghattas seamlessly weaves together history, geopolitics, and culture to deliver a gripping read of the largely unexplored story of the rivalry between between Saudi Arabia and Iran, born from the sparks of the 1979 Iranian revolution and fueled by American policy. With vivid story-telling, extensive historical research and on-the-ground reporting, Ghattas dispels accepted truths about a region she calls home. She explores how Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shia Iran, once allies and twin pillars of US strategy in the region, became mortal enemies after 1979. She shows how they used and distorted religion in a competition that went well beyond geopolitics. Feeding intolerance, suppressing cultural expression, and encouraging sectarian violence from Egypt to Pakistan, the war for cultural supremacy led to Iran’s fatwa against author Salman Rushdie, the assassination of countless intellectuals, the birth of groups like Hezbollah in Lebanon, the September 11th terrorist attacks, and the rise of ISIS. Ghattas introduces us to a riveting cast of characters whose lives were upended by the geopolitical drama over four decades: from the Pakistani television anchor who defied her country’s dictator, to the Egyptian novelist thrown in jail for indecent writings all the way to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018. Black Wave is both an intimate and sweeping history of the region and will significantly alter perceptions of the Middle East.

Black Wave by Kim Ghattas

Title Black Wave
Author Kim Ghattas
Publisher Picador
Release Date 2021-01-05
Category History
Total Pages 400
ISBN 1250789389
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“[A] sweeping and authoritative history" (The New York Times Book Review), Black Wave is an unprecedented and ambitious examination of how the modern Middle East unraveled and why it started with the pivotal year of 1979. Kim Ghattas seamlessly weaves together history, geopolitics, and culture to deliver a gripping read of the largely unexplored story of the rivalry between Saudi Arabia and Iran, born from the sparks of the 1979 Iranian revolution and fueled by American policy. With vivid story-telling, extensive historical research and on-the-ground reporting, Ghattas dispels accepted truths about a region she calls home. She explores how Sunni Saudi Arabia and Shia Iran, once allies and twin pillars of US strategy in the region, became mortal enemies after 1979. She shows how they used and distorted religion in a competition that went well beyond geopolitics. Feeding intolerance, suppressing cultural expression, and encouraging sectarian violence from Egypt to Pakistan, the war for cultural supremacy led to Iran’s fatwa against author Salman Rushdie, the assassination of countless intellectuals, the birth of groups like Hezbollah in Lebanon, the September 11th terrorist attacks, and the rise of ISIS. Ghattas introduces us to a riveting cast of characters whose lives were upended by the geopolitical drama over four decades: from the Pakistani television anchor who defied her country’s dictator, to the Egyptian novelist thrown in jail for indecent writings all the way to the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018. Black Wave is both an intimate and sweeping history of the region and will significantly alter perceptions of the Middle East.

Black Wave by Kim Ghattas

Title Black Wave
Author Kim Ghattas
Publisher Hachette UK
Release Date 2020-01-17
Category History
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781472271112
Language English, Spanish, and French
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'Blistering' Sunday Times 'Indispensable' Observer 'Fascinating' The Times 'Brilliant' Peter Frankopan 'Revelatory' Lindsey Hilsum A timely and unprecedented examination of how the modern Middle East unravelled, and why it started with the pivotal year of 1979. Shortlisted for the Cundhill History Prize 2020 'What happened to us?' For decades, the question has haunted the Arab and Muslim world, heard across Iran and Syria, Saudi Arabia and Pakistan, and in the author's home country of Lebanon. Was it always so? When did the extremism, intolerance and bloodletting of today displace the region's cultural promise and diversity? In Black Wave, award-winning journalist and author Kim Ghattas argues that the turning point in the modern history of the Middle East can be located in the toxic confluence of three major events in 1979: the Iranian revolution; the siege of the Holy Mosque in Mecca; and the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan. Before this year, Saudi Arabia and Iran had been working allies and twin pillars of US strategy in the region - but the radical legacy of these events made them mortal enemies, unleashing a process that transformed culture, society, religion and geopolitics across the region for decades to come. Drawing on a sweeping cast of characters across seven countries over forty years, Ghattas demonstrates how this rivalry for religious and cultural supremacy has fed intolerance, suppressed cultural expression, encouraged sectarian violence, birthed groups like Hezbollah and ISIS and, ultimately, upended the lives of millions. At once bold and intimate, Black Wave is a remarkable and engrossing story of the Middle East as it has never been told before.

Black Wave by Daniel P. Aldrich

Title Black Wave
Author Daniel P. Aldrich
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 2019-07-22
Category Political Science
Total Pages 288
ISBN 9780226638430
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Despite the devastation caused by the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and 60-foot tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, some 96% of those living and working in the most disaster-stricken region of Tōhoku made it through. Smaller earthquakes and tsunamis have killed far more people in nearby China and India. What accounts for the exceptionally high survival rate? And why is it that some towns and cities in the Tōhoku region have built back more quickly than others? Black Wave illuminates two critical factors that had a direct influence on why survival rates varied so much across the Tōhoku region following the 3/11 disasters and why the rebuilding process has also not moved in lockstep across the region. Individuals and communities with stronger networks and better governance, Daniel P. Aldrich shows, had higher survival rates and accelerated recoveries. Less-connected communities with fewer such ties faced harder recovery processes and lower survival rates. Beyond the individual and neighborhood levels of survival and recovery, the rebuilding process has varied greatly, as some towns and cities have sought to work independently on rebuilding plans, ignoring recommendations from the national government and moving quickly to institute their own visions, while others have followed the guidelines offered by Tokyo-based bureaucrats for economic development and rebuilding.

Black Wave by Michelle Tea

Title Black Wave
Author Michelle Tea
Publisher The Feminist Press at CUNY
Release Date 2016-08-22
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 9781558619463
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Desperate to quell her addiction to drugs, disastrous romance, and nineties San Francisco, Michelle heads south for LA. But soon it's officially announced that the world will end in one year, and life in the sprawling metropolis becomes increasingly weird.While living in an abandoned bookstore, dating Matt Dillon, and keeping an eye on the encroaching apocalypse, Michelle begins a new novel, a sprawling and meta-textual exploration to complement her promises of maturity and responsibility. But as she tries to make queer love and art without succumbing to self-destructive vice, the boundaries between storytelling and everyday living begin to blur, and Michelle wonders how much she'll have to compromise her artistic process if she's going to properly ride out doomsday.

Black Wave by John Silverwood

Title Black Wave
Author John Silverwood
Publisher Random House
Release Date 2008-07-01
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781588367341
Language English, Spanish, and French
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“I told God that if he would let us survive this night, I would make it mean something worthwhile. And then, somehow, I felt calmer than I have ever felt. Unreasonably so. Irrationally so. I looked over the scene of our wrecked life and I smiled–a crazy smile for sure–and I looked through the dark at the mad beauty of it.” –Jean Silverwood An exhilarating true-life adventure of one family’s extraordinary sea voyage of self-discovery and survival, tragedy and triumph Successful businessman John Silverwood and his wife, Jean, both experienced sailors, decided the time was right to give their four children a taste of thrilling life on the high seas. And indeed their journey aboard the fifty-five-foot catamaran Emerald Jane would have many extraordinary and profound moments, whether it was the peaceful late-night watches John enjoyed under the stunning celestial sky or the elation shared by the whole family at the sight of blissful pods of dolphin and migrating tortoises. John and Jean had hoped to use the trip as a teaching opportunity, with the Emerald Jane as a floating classroom in which to instruct their children in important lessons–not only about the natural world but about the beauty of human life when stripped down to its essence, far from the trappings of civilization. Yet rather than flourishing amid the new freedoms and responsibilities thrust upon them, the children were sometimes confused, frightened, resentful. The two oldest, fourteen-year-old Ben and twelve-year-old Amelia, missed their friends and the comfortable life left behind in San Diego, while the two youngest, Jack, seven, and Camille, three, picked up on the stressful currents running above and below the surface–for throughout the journey, the Silverwood family found its bonds tested as never before. John and Jean, whose marriage had weathered its share of storms, would wonder again if they had taken on too much as the physical, emotional, and financial strains of caring for the expensive catamaran and their children brought old resentments to the surface. John’s dream trip that began on Long Island Sound ended almost two years later as a nightmare in treacherous waters off a remote atoll in French Polynesia, where, in an explosion of awesome violence, the terrifying brunt of the ocean’s anger fell upon the Emerald Jane. Gradually, in the crucible of the sea, a stronger, more closely knit unit was forged. The Silverwoods became a crew. Then they became a family again. But just as it seemed to them that they had mastered every challenge, their world was shattered in a split-second of unimaginable horror. Now their real challenge began, forcing them to fight for their very lives. From the Hardcover edition.

Title The Secretary A Journey with Hillary Clinton from Beirut to the Heart of American Power
Author Kim Ghattas
Publisher Macmillan
Release Date 2013-03-05
Category Political Science
Total Pages 368
ISBN 9780805098334
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The first inside account to be published about Hillary Clinton's time as secretary of state, anchored by Ghattas's own perspective and her quest to understand America's place in the world In November 2008, Hillary Clinton agreed to work for her former rival. As President Barack Obama's secretary of state, she set out to repair America's image around the world—and her own. For the following four years, BBC foreign correspondent Kim Ghattas had unparalleled access to Clinton and her entourage, and she weaves a fast-paced, gripping account of life on the road with Clinton in The Secretary. With the perspective of one who is both an insider and an outsider, Ghattas draws on extensive interviews with Clinton, administration officials, and players in Washington as well as overseas, to paint an intimate and candid portrait of one of the most powerful global politicians. Filled with fresh insights, The Secretary provides a captivating analysis of Clinton's brand of diplomacy and the Obama administration's efforts to redefine American power in the twenty-first century. Populated with a cast of real-life characters, The Secretary tells the story of Clinton's transformation from popular but polarizing politician to America's envoy to the world in compelling detail and with all the tension of high stakes diplomacy. From her evolving relationship with President Obama to the drama of WikiLeaks and the turmoil of the Arab Spring, we see Clinton cheerfully boarding her plane at 3 a.m. after no sleep, reading the riot act to the Chinese, and going through her diplomatic checklist before signing on to war in Libya—all the while trying to restore American leadership in a rapidly changing world. Viewed through Ghattas's vantage point as a half-Dutch, half-Lebanese citizen who grew up in the crossfire of the Lebanese civil war, The Secretary is also the author's own journey as she seeks to answer the questions that haunted her childhood. How powerful is America really? And, if it is in decline, who or what will replace it and what will it mean for America and the world?

Black Wave by Devon Glenn

Title Black Wave
Author Devon Glenn
Publisher Balboa Press
Release Date 2018-05-24
Category Fiction
Total Pages 282
ISBN 9781982203153
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In 1893, psychic medium Darthilda Crossing meets the love of her life, Rahul Kajaria, while hosting a sance at her parents summer cottage in Cape May, New Jersey. Her Ouija board reading foretells their passionate union but also spells their d-o-o-m. Darthilda will go bravely to her grave, but she refuses to cross to the other side without her beloved. More than a century later, ghosts still haunt Cape May, but the science of sance has changed. Now, theres a ghost-hunting app called Orbies that uses image recognition to identify photos of ghostly orbs. And the ghosts can use a touchscreen. Aided by technology, Emily reunites with her childhood friend Elerick, as well as the ghosts who haunt her parents boutique hotel. They soon come face-to-faceor, perhaps, face-to-orbwith Darthilda and Rahul in the sance room. If history repeats itself, the forces that brought Emily and Elerick together might also keep them apart. Their quest for freedom will test the boundaries of time, the bonds of humanity, and the strength of their Wi-Fi connection.

Black Wave by Daniel P. Aldrich

Title Black Wave
Author Daniel P. Aldrich
Publisher University of Chicago Press
Release Date 2019-07-11
Category Political Science
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9780226638577
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Despite the devastation caused by the magnitude 9.0 earthquake and 60-foot tsunami that struck Japan in 2011, some 96% of those living and working in the most disaster-stricken region of Tōhoku made it through. Smaller earthquakes and tsunamis have killed far more people in nearby China and India. What accounts for the exceptionally high survival rate? And why is it that some towns and cities in the Tōhoku region have built back more quickly than others? Black Wave illuminates two critical factors that had a direct influence on why survival rates varied so much across the Tōhoku region following the 3/11 disasters and why the rebuilding process has also not moved in lockstep across the region. Individuals and communities with stronger networks and better governance, Daniel P. Aldrich shows, had higher survival rates and accelerated recoveries. Less-connected communities with fewer such ties faced harder recovery processes and lower survival rates. Beyond the individual and neighborhood levels of survival and recovery, the rebuilding process has varied greatly, as some towns and cities have sought to work independently on rebuilding plans, ignoring recommendations from the national government and moving quickly to institute their own visions, while others have followed the guidelines offered by Tokyo-based bureaucrats for economic development and rebuilding.

Junction 17 Black Wave Gn by David Hutchison

Title Junction 17 Black Wave GN
Author David Hutchison
Publisher Antarctic Press
Release Date 2013-10-02
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 123
ISBN 9781681007182
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In the near future, Black Wave is the ultimate in interactive gaming. Its champion players are admired and celebrated. Now they are under attack by the "Ghost," a mystery murderer who might be player or program. The only thing they know for sure is that people are playing--and people are dying.

Sweet Black Waves by Kristina Perez

Title Sweet Black Waves
Author Kristina Perez
Publisher Imprint
Release Date 2018-06-05
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781250132864
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For fans of Graceling and The Mists of Avalon, Kristina Pérez's Sweet Black Waves is a lush fantasy about warring countries and forbidden romance that will have readers entranced. As best friend and lady-in-waiting to the princess, Branwen is guided by two principles: devotion to her homeland and hatred for the raiders who killed her parents. When she unknowingly saves the life of her enemy, he awakens her ancient healing magic and opens her heart. Branwen begins to dream of peace, but the princess she serves is not so easily convinced. Fighting for what's right, even as her powers grow, will set Branwen against her best friend and the only man she's ever loved. Kristina Pérez's debut features star-crossed lovers who change the fate of two nations. Inspired by the legend of Tristan and Iseult, this is the story of the legend’s true heroine: Branwen. And don't miss the spellbinding sequel, Wild Savage Stars! An Imprint Book “Fans of Joan Wolf’s Dark Ages of Britain trilogy and Tessa Gratton’s The Queens of Innis Lear will enjoy this dreamy tale, which is carried along with vibrant descriptions and intense emotion.” —RT Reviews “Devastating... will leave readers eager for a sequel.” —Publishers Weekly

Surfing The Black Wave by Daniel Cobb

Title Surfing the Black Wave
Author Daniel Cobb
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2017-02-15
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 099801060X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We Ride Upon Sticks by Quan Barry

Title We Ride Upon Sticks
Author Quan Barry
Publisher Pantheon
Release Date 2020-03-03
Category Fiction
Total Pages 384
ISBN 9781524748104
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Acclaimed novelist Quan Barry delivers a tour de female force in this delightful novel. Set in the coastal town of Danvers, Massachusetts, where the accusations began that led to the 1692 witch trials, We Ride Upon Sticks follows the 1989 Danvers High School Falcons field hockey team, who will do anything to make it to the state finals—even if it means tapping into some devilishly dark powers. In chapters dense with 1980s iconography—from Heathers to "big hair"—Barry expertly weaves together the individual and collective progress of this enchanted team as they storm their way through an unforgettable season. Helmed by good-girl captain Abby Putnam (a descendant of the infamous Salem accuser Ann Putnam) and her co-captain Jen Fiorenza (whose bleached blond “Claw” sees and knows all), the Falcons prove to be wily, original, and bold, flaunting society's stale notions of femininity in order to find their glorious true selves through the crucible of team sport and, more importantly, friendship.

Title Surfing the black Yugoslav Black Wave cinema and its transgressive moments
Author Gal Kirn
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2012
Category Motion pictures
Total Pages 216
ISBN 9072076516
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Yugoslav black wave cinema of the sixties and the seventies is one of the grand, though hidden, chapters of cinema history. Talented young authors, working under the sign of individual expression and aesthetic experimentation, pushed and explored the limits of the constraints of a socialist state. Their efforts lead to a new path of visual expression, so outstanding by its social and political engagement, its formal invention, and its courage. This book is the result of a multi-disciplinary research attempting to cross over politics, philosophy, design, art, architecture, and some speculative thinking. Starting from archival work, interviews, seminars, screenings and a conference, 'Surfing the Black' has found its (temporary) conclusion in a publication consisting of six theoretical essays and three fanzines that open up the black wave film experience to current affairs.

Title Stand Fast Craig Royston Complete
Author William Black
Publisher Library of Alexandria
Release Date 1891
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 9781465581761
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Black Wave by Michelle Tea

Title Black Wave
Author Michelle Tea
Publisher Feminist Press
Release Date 2016-09-13
Category Fiction
Total Pages 320
ISBN 1558619399
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It's 1999and Michelle's world is ending. A dreamlike and dystopian meditation on sobriety, adulthood, and the weird obligations of storytelling."

Waihoura The Maori Girl by W.H.G Kingston

Title Waihoura the Maori Girl
Author W.H.G Kingston
Publisher BoD – Books on Demand
Release Date 2020-07-31
Category Fiction
Total Pages 80
ISBN 9783752380316
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Reproduction of the original: Waihoura, the Maori Girl by W.H.G Kingston

Title Dark Wave The Dark Edges of New Wave and Post Punk Music
Author Debra Kosky
Publisher Lulu.com
Release Date 2015-06-10
Category Performing Arts
Total Pages 316
ISBN 1312988797
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Dark wave began in the late 1970s, coinciding with the popularity of new wave and post-punk. Building on those basic principles, dark wave added dark, introspective lyrics and an undertone of sorrow for some bands. In the 1980s, a subculture developed primarily in Europe alongside dark wave music, whose members were called "wavers" or"dark wavers"

Title The Box of Frogs and the Black Dog
Author Helen M. Morris
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2016-10-25
Category
Total Pages 64
ISBN 1539749851
Language English, Spanish, and French
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This chapbook is an exploration of a chronic condition that has followed me for a long time. The Black Dog, depression, has been with me all of my adult life, on and off. The Box of Frogs, anxiety, is a more recent acquisition over the last 25 years. Keeping the depression company, these two have been part of my life and relationships with everyone, especially my family and friends. I have come late to poetry, after dabbling as a literate teen, and I can only hope I have improved. This is a personal exploration of these feelings, and I hope that it will be of help to some to see them expressed in words on a page.

Black Fury by Charlton Group

Title Black Fury
Author Charlton Group
Publisher Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Release Date 2017-03-25
Category
Total Pages 36
ISBN 1544900430
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Black Fury ----- known as the Wonder Horse - roamed the west, and his story was told in a terrific 1950's comic series. Over time Black Fury experienced adventure, saved lives, found and lost friends, and even raised a family. The Charlton comic featured artwork by Dick Giordano and Rocco "Rocke" Mastroserio and lasted 58 issues. Escamilla Comics are reproduced from actual classic comics, and sometimes reflect the imperfection of books that are decades old.