War and Peace


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War and Peace

Tolstoy masterwork of exceeding length. [Russ. Lit.: Benét, 1071]
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Fosdick distinguished himself by using his public persona as a minister to infuse his Christian principles into the national debate of war and peace.
Chapter 2 focuses on using books about war and peace in the library, classroom and home, while Chapter 3 gives a literary overview of books on war and peace.
It is important to note that War and Peace does not glorify war and its horrors.
I enthusiastically recommend War and Peace for librarians, parents and educators of all grade levels who want to help children and young adults understand war as well as the peace movements.
Morrison's parabolic interrogation, which manifests itself as a theoretical subversion of binary categorization and a particular, historical probing of the complex relations between war and peace, is constituted through an idiosyncratic, radical, and complex biblical typology.
Recalling that the Books of Samuel are centrally concerned with war, Sula's name incorporates, and collapses together, both war and peace.
It also focuses on many issues--from the traditional emphasis on war and peace and nuclear disarmament to more economic concerns, such as globalization, the proliferation of sweatshops, and Third World debt.
In addition, some members worry that focusing on domestic economic issues that affect people of color will weaken the focus on war and peace.
We cannot continue to turn over decisions on war and peace to national governments.