A Civilized People

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Education - 216 pages
"When we woke up that day I did not know how it would end..." So begins the story of Turengia, a place about which many have heard, and yet few understand. Told by three narrators who hand the story off to one another, this tale of what it means to be A CIVILIZED PEOPLE can switch at breackneck speed between calm and war, politics and philosophy. Whether you like reading to be entertained or to think deep, this book doesn't disappoint...-But be careful! As you read it, you may begin to see yourself portrayed.
 

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Contents

A Vision of Peace
1
The Warfront Breaks
11
Fatal Blow
31
Between the Two States
45
On to Victory
57
A New Course Set
69
Or Just a Turn of the Wheel?
85
A Time to Weep
103
Waiting to Testify
135
The Trial
139
Away We Go
151
Detention in Place
161
The Way Out
177
Reunion and Ride Back
191
Glossary of Terms
201
Copyright

Way of the Law
125

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