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The Eagle

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Genre Fiction
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Isbn 014319772X
File size 1273 kb
Year 2015-09-01
Pages 576
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Beginning with The Skystone, the first in his riveting Camulod Chronicles, bestselling author Jack Whyte has embarked on an ambitious and remarkable re-telling of the Arthurian cycle, giving us a fresh and compelling take on a story that has been beloved for centuries. The Eagle is the dramatic conclusion of Whyte’s four-generation epic of the rise and fall of Arthur Pendragon, High King of All Britain. In this final volume, Whyte takes us into the lives and minds of the three very human and astonishingly ordinary people whose interrelationships would give rise to the greatest, most enduring love story in the Western world. Clothar, the young Frankish knight known as The Lancer, returns to his homeland in Gaul as Arthur’s ambassador. From there, while forging overseas alliances on Arthur’s behalf, he watches as Arthur and Merlyn struggle to unify the clans and peoples of Britain and re-establish the rule of law. Clothar knows Arthur’s darkest secret. When his friend needs him most, he steps forward…but can he intervene in time to oppose the dark forces which threaten Arthur's plans by sowing chaos across Britain?

The Way of the Eagle

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Genre Fiction
Author Ned Conquest
Isbn 0865343985
File size 1126 kb
Year 2003-08-01
Pages 316
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Both of these short novels take place in the sun-baked, rattle-naked American Southwest of the 1870s. A small town called Paco serves as their common setting; and both stories are told in the first person by a Paco townsman, Sam McCallum. A number of the town's characters appear in both tales, and the struggle to achieve some viable sense of community justice underlies the action of each. The first novel deals with a capital crime and its effects on the people of Paco. The second tells of a peace officer whose rough but efficient ways incur the hatred of the town he serves. Here, in a milieu usually thought to be dominated by men, each novel features a distinct female character who, in her own way, could teach the angels (if not the men around her) a lesson in love and courage. NED CONQUEST obtained his B.A. from Princeton and was awarded a Rhodes Scholarship for two years' study at Oxford where he received the degrees of B.A. and M.A. in English Language and Literature. He attended Harvard Law School, from which he received the LL.B. degree, and practiced law in New York City for three years before returning to Princeton, where he earned his Ph.D. in English Literature. Later he taught English at Georgetown University, specializing in Victorian fiction. He presently lives in Washington, D.C.

Eagle Blue

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Genre Sports & Recreation
Author Michael D'Orso
Isbn 9781596917729
File size 1812 kb
Year 2008-12-13
Pages 336
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Eagle Blue follows the Fort Yukon Eagles, winners of six regional championships in a row, through the course of an entire 28-game season, from their first day of practice in late November to the Alaska State Championship Tournament in March. With insight, frankness, and compassion, Michael D'Orso climbs into the lives of these fourteen boys, their families, and their coach, shadowing them through an Arctic winter of fifty-below-zero temperatures and near-round-the-clock darkness as the Eagles criss-cross Alaska in pursuit of their-and their village's-dream.

From Ant to Eagle

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Genre Young Adult Fiction
Author Alex Lyttle
Isbn 1771681128
File size 549 kb
Year 2017-04-01
Pages 256
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Winner, Red Cedar Award 2019 Winner, Silver Birch Fiction Award 2018 Winner, Rocky Mountain Book Award 2019 Finalist, Alberta Writers Guild 2019 Finalist, Foreword Indies Book of the Year 2017 "An honest portrayal of love, loss, and friendship."— School Library Journal My name is Calvin Sinclair, I'm eleven years old and I have a confession… I killed my brother. It's the summer before grade six and Calvin Sinclair is bored to tears. He's recently moved from a big city to a small town and there's nothing to do. It's hot, he has no friends and the only kid around is his six-year-old brother, Sammy, who can barely throw a basketball as high as the hoop. Cal occupies his time by getting his brother to do almost anything: from collecting ants to doing Calvin's chores. And Sammy is all too eager - as long as it means getting a "Level" and moving one step closer to his brother's Eagle status. When Calvin meets Aleta Alvarado, a new girl who shares his love for Goosebumps books and adventure, Sammy is pushed aside. Cal feels guilty but not enough to change. At least not until a diagnosis makes things at home start falling apart and he's left wondering whether Sammy will ever complete his own journey… "Tender, direct, and honest."—Kirkus Reviews "A moving and ultimately hopeful book."—Booklist Check out Alex Lyttle's other book: The Rise of Winter

Stewie the Eagle

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Genre Juvenile Fiction
Author Dane Stewart
Isbn 1796037753
File size 1905 kb
Year 2019-06-01
Pages 36
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Stewie the eagle is a special bird with excellent hunting skills and superb focus vision. He likes to spread his wings as he fl ies high.

Eagle

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Author SD Tanner
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Eagle (Dead Force series, Book 7) Tag leads the Dead Force into a war he can't win and his command team are furious. The Valkyrie desperately try to save the wounded, but the queen and her enemy fleet are on their way to Earth. This is the stunning conclusion to Tag's war. Is he a man or a monster? Will the Dead Force take him down before he destroys the Universe? Dead Force series is the latest in the SD Tanner collection. It’s a wild ride through space, filled with cool tech, mad aliens, and a stubborn squad refusing to quit. *** The Complete Dead Force series Books 1 - 3 (box set) Sandman, Lockdown, Firefight (available now) Book 4: Valhalla (available now) Book 5: Warlord (available now) Book 6: Judas (available now) Book 7: Eagle (available now) *** Tag is a man without a past and a bad future. Waking up in a chamber full of half a million sleepers is bound to confuse anyone, but learning you're on a spaceship hurtling through the universe will really ruin your day. Dead Force series (Books 1 - 3 available in a single box set) Book One: Sandman Finding over a million sleepers on three arks, an infestation of space fleas, and no idea how he or the squad got there, Tag is having a bad day. Uncovering the truth proves more bizarre than he could have guessed, but never one to pass up a challenge, Tag decides revenge is the best course of action. Book Two: Lockdown In search of the truth, Tag and his squad head to Earth where they learn just how far they are from where they started. Realizing they are not entirely blameless for what happened to the world, Tag desperately looks for a way to gain the upper hand against enemy aliens he can’t even find. Book Three: Firefight War is about real estate and, with Jessica near death, Tag is running out of time to reclaim even a small part of his country. The Dead Force are willing, but Tag must find a way to steal what he needs to turn them into an effective fighting force. Determined to slam a stake in the ground and declare it his, Tag raises his bet, but it just might be a step too far. Book Four: Valhalla Having secured Valhalla, home to his Dead Force army, Tag aims to steal more of the enemy’s arsenal before extending his control over Earth. He finds a planet called Caladar that may be to blame for all their trouble, but they might have the solution he’s looking for. Book Five: Warlord In a Universe where nothing is as it seems, the Dead Force are splintering into factions, and every alien Tag meets seems to know more about him than he does, but none will tell him the truth. Finding Grunt’s army should have been easy, but they aren’t where he left them. Critically underpowered, it appears Tag has started the drum beat for a war he can’t possibly win. With trust in Tag’s leadership eroding, the race is on to build an allied force. Book Six: Judas Jessica finally tells the truth about the Dead Force and it breaks their trust in her and confidence in themselves. Plagued by strange visions, Tag is slowly losing his mind, but he has Mayla build him the end of days so the last shot will be his to fire. The core of Earth is ignited and the countdown to the winner begins. Also by SD Tanner Books in Dead Force Dead Force Trilogy: Books 1-3 Valhalla: Dead Force Book 4 Warlord: Dead Force Book 5 Judas: Dead Force Book 6 Eagle: Dead Force Book 7 Books in Navigator Navigator Boxset (Books 1-4) Books in Bombardier Bombardier Trilogy Books in WarriorSR WarriorSR Trilogy The Hunter Wars series Books in Hunter Wars Hunter Wars Boxset (Books 1-3) Hunter Wars Boxset (Books 4-6) Books in Eden Lost Trilogy Eden Lost Trilogy Standalone Books Time to Die Twisted Daze

Reckoning at Eagle Creek

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Genre Nature
Author Jeff Biggers
Isbn 1568586183
File size 1192 kb
Year 2010-01-26
Pages 320
Language English
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Cultural historian Jeff Biggers takes us to the dark amphitheatre ruins of his family's nearly 200-year-old hillside homestead that has been strip-mined on the edge of the first federally recognized Wilderness Site in southern Illinois. In doing so, he not only comes to grips with his own denied backwoods heritage, but also chronicles a dark and missing chapter in the American experience: the historical nightmare of coal outside of Appalachia, serving as an exposé of a secret legacy of shame and resiliency.

The Voice of the Eagle

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Genre Religion
Author Johannes Scotus Erigena
Isbn 9780970109705
File size 1851 kb
Year 2000
Pages 335
Language English
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John Scotus Eriugena lived in Ireland during the early ninth century. Neither monk nor priest but a 'holy sage', he carried the flower of Celtic Christianity to France. His homily, The Voice of the Eagle, is a jewel of lyrical mysticism, theology and cosmology, containing the essence of Celtic Christian wisdom.

The Chrysanthemum and the Eagle

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Genre Business & Economics
Author Ryuzo Sato
Isbn 0814741479
File size 975 kb
Year 1994-07-01
Pages 240
Language English
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Whether in the form of the ongoing automotive wars, books and films such as Michael Crichton's Rising Sun, or George Bush's ill-fated trip to Japan in 1991, frictions between the United States and Japan have been steadily on the rise. Americans are bombarded with images of Japan's fundamental difference; at the same time, voices in Japan call for a Japan That Can Say No. If the guiding principle of the Clinton administration is indeed new values for a new generation, how will this be reflected in U.S.-Japanese relations? Convinced that no true solution to U.S.-Japanese frictions can be achieved without tracing these frictions back to their origin, Ryuzo Sato here draws on a binational experience that spans three decades in both the Japanese and American business and academic communities to do just that. In an attempt to bridge the communication gap between the two countries and dispel some of the mutual ignorance and misunderstanding that prevails between the two, Sato addresses the following questions: --Is Japan really different? --Has America's sun set? --How have conflicting views on the role of government affected U.S.-Japan relations? --What are the real differences in American and Japanese industrial policies? --What is the anatomy of U.S.-Japanese antagonisms? --What effect has the collapse of the bubble economy had on relations? --What is Japan's future course? Is it truly a technological superpower? Can it avoid international isolation? An incisive personal look at one of the most important political and economic global relationships, written by a major player in the world of international business and finance, THE CHRYSANTHEMUM AND THE EAGLE provides a readable and engaging tour of U.S.-Japan relations, past and present.

With the Possum and the Eagle

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Genre Biography & Autobiography
Author Ralph H. Nutter
Isbn 1574411985
File size 1786 kb
Year 2005
Pages 327
Language English
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As told by ace navigator Ralph Nutter, this is the story of two of our country's leading airmen during World War II: Haywood "Possum" Hansell and Curtis "the Eagle" LeMay. 24 photos. 2 maps.

At the Sign of the Eagle

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Genre Fiction
Author Gilbert Parker
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Year 2020-03-16
Pages 119
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"At the Sign of the Eagle" by Gilbert Parker. Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

The Golden Eagle

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Genre Science
Author Jeff Watson
Isbn 1408134543
File size 1452 kb
Year 2010-08-20
Pages 464
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This comprehensive monograph is a second edition of one of the most popular Poyser monographs; it covers all aspects of this spectacular eagle's biology and ecology, including a full review of the literature and incorporating the considerable body of research on the species since the publication of the first edition in 1997. The late Jeff Watson was one of Scotland's foremost eagle experts, with more than 20 years of research on the birds; following Jeff's untimely death, the book is being completed by his colleagues Des Thompson and Helen Riley. Scottish studies provide the foundation for a treatment that also includes up-to-date information from work in North America, continental Europe and elsewhere. This global view allows fascinating insights into the species' relationships with a variety of different habitats and leads to many new and important conclusions regarding its ecology. This highly readable and authoritative account is destined to become the standard reference on the species, both in Scotland and elsewhere in the world. The text is enriched with many superb pictures of this majestic bird and additional wash landscapes capture the very special atmosphere of Scotland's Golden Eagle country.

The Turkey and the Eagle

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Genre History
Author Caleb S. Rossiter
Isbn 0875867987
File size 1580 kb
Year 2010
Pages 326
Language English
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This book is about not just the effects but the making of U.S. foreign policy. It shows how advocates of basing U.S. relations on progress toward democracy struggle in Washington with advocates of support for repressive regimes in return for economic benefits such trade, investment, and mineral resources and military benefits such as access to their territory for U.S. armed and covert forces. By arguing that the outcome of this struggle is determined by the average citizen's position, the book makes readers participants rather than observers. By arguing that a "cultural pump" constantly promotes a vision of American domination as a positive force in the world, it encourages readers to analyze the day-to-day effect of this vision on their own perceptions. Intended for a general audience, the book features enough inside tales and colorful characters to intrigue the casual reader, but also provides the clear themes and historical context needed for a high school or college text on U.S. policy after World War II toward the colonized, and then post-colonial countries.

Siha Tooskin Knows the Sacred Eagle Feather

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Genre Juvenile Fiction
Author Charlene Bearhead,Wilson Bearhead
Isbn 1553798511
File size 753 kb
Year 2020-05-26
Pages 32
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For as long as Paul could remember there were eagle feathers around him…but how had they come to be in all of those places in his life? Paul Wahasaypa—Siha Tooskin—can find these feathers in Ade’s truck, on the dream catcher above his bed, on his Uncle Lenard’s bustle, and in with the smudge bowls in all of his relatives’ homes. Paul already knows that the eagle is important because of the way that his family respects and cares for eagle feathers. Now he’s old enough for the teachings of where the feathers come from and why they are so sacred. Walk with Paul and Mitoshin (his grandfather) so you too will understand the teaching of the sacred eagle feather. The Siha Tooskin Knows series uses vivid narratives and dazzling illustrations in contemporary settings to share stories about an 11-year-old Nakota boy.

An Eagle Named Freedom

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Genre Pets
Author Jeff Guidry
Isbn 0061992410
File size 1611 kb
Year 2010-05-04
Pages 240
Language English
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“A hauntingly beautiful story of rescue and rehabilitation….[A] gorgeous tale of redemption.” —Susan Richards, New York Times bestselling author of Chosen by a Horse “I could not put this book down.” —Stacey O'Brien, New York Times bestselling author of Wesley the Owl In the tradition of A Lion Called Christian and Alex and Me comes An Eagle Named Freedom, Jeff Guidry’s remarkable story of how he rehabilitated a severely damaged bald eagle back to health—and how the majestic bird later inspired the author to triumph over cancer. Animal lovers and readers fascinated by the spiritual ties between animals and humans will not soon forget this beautiful, inspiring true tale of an extraordinary friendship.

The Eagle Cliff

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Genre Fiction
Author Ballantyne, R. M.
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Year 2015-08-15
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From the earliest records of history we learn that man has ever been envious of the birds, and of all other winged creatures. He has longed and striven to fly. He has also signally failed to do so. We say “failed” advisedly, because his various attempts in that direction have usually resulted in disappointment and broken bones. As to balloons, we do not admit that they fly any more than do ships; balloons merely float and glide, when not otherwise engaged in tumbling, collapsing, and bursting. This being so, we draw attention to the fact that the nearest approach we have yet made to the sensation of flying is that achieved by rushing down a long, smooth, steep hill-road on a well-oiled and perfect ball-bearings bicycle! Skating cannot compare with this, for that requires exertion; bicycling down hill requires none. Hunting cannot, no matter how splendid the mount, for that implies a certain element of bumping, which, however pleasant in itself, is not suggestive of the smooth swift act of flying. We introduce this subject merely because thoughts somewhat similar to those which we have so inadequately expressed were burning in the brain of a handsome and joyful young man one summer morning not long ago, as, with legs over the handles, he flashed—if he did not actually fly—down one of our Middlesex hills on his way to London. (Illustrated)

The Eagle of the Empire: A Story of Waterloo

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Genre Waterloo, Battle of, Waterloo, Belgium, 1815
Author Cyrus Townsend Brady
Isbn 1465533745
File size 1231 kb
Year 1915
Pages 370
Language English
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The Emperor walked nervously up and down the long, low-ceiled apartment, the common room of the public inn at Nogent. Grouped around a long table in the center of the room several secretaries were busy with orders, reports and dispatches. At one end stood a group of officers of high rank in rich uniforms whose brilliance was shrouded by heavy cloaks falling from their shoulders and gathered about them, for the air was raw and chill, despite a great fire burning in a huge open fireplace. Their cloaks and hats were wet, their boots and trousers splashed with mud, and in general they were travel-stained and weary. They eyed the Emperor, passing and repassing, in gloomy silence mixed with awe. In their bearing no less than in their faces was expressed a certain unwonted fierce resentment, which flamed up and became more evident when the Emperor turned his back in his short, restless march to and fro, but which subsided as suddenly when he had them under observation. By the door was stationed a young officer in the uniform of the Fifth Regiment of the infantry of the line. He stood quietly at attention, and was evidently there on duty. From time to time officers, orderlies and couriers came into the room, bearing dispatches. These were handed to the young officer and by him passed over to the Emperor. Never since the days of Job had any man perhaps been compelled to welcome such a succession of bearers of evil tidings as Napoleon on that winter night. The Emperor's face was pale always, but there was an ashy grayness about his pallor in that hour that marked a difference. His face was lined and seamed, not to say haggard. The mask of imperturbability he usually wore was down. He looked old, tired, discouraged. His usual iron self-control and calm had given place to an overwhelming nervousness and incertitude. He waved his hands, he muttered to himself, his mouth twitched awry from time to time as he walked. "Well, messieurs," he began at last, in sharp, rather high-pitched notes—even his voice sounded differently—as he lifted his eyes from perusing the latest dispatch and faced the uneasy group by the fireplace, "you are doubtless anxious to know the news." The Emperor stepped over to the table as he spoke, and gathered up a handful of dispatches and ran over them with his hands. "It is all set forth here: The Germans and the English have shut up Carnot in Antwerp," he continued rapidly, throwing one paper down. "The Bourbons have entered Brussels,"—he threw another letter upon the table—"Belgium, you see, is lost. Bernadotte has taken Denmark. Macdonald is falling back on Épernay, his weak force growing weaker every hour. Yorck, who failed us once before, is hard on his heels with twice, thrice, the number of his men. Sacken is trying to head him off. The King of Naples seeks to save the throne on which I established him by withdrawing from me now—the poor fool! The way to Paris along the Marne is open, and Blücher is marching on the capital with eighty thousand Russians, Prussians and Bavarians. Schwarzenburg with many more is close at hand."

Never Lark nor Eagle

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Genre Fiction
Author Ray Castagnaro
Isbn 1462807798
File size 751 kb
Year 2002-11-06
Pages 551
Language English
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Never Lark nor Eagle: A Fighter Pilot´s Story, the novel by Ray Castagnaro, is accurate, entertaining Historical fiction about Yanks in the RAF during the Battle of Britain, and their eventual transition to the U.S. Army Air Forces. The story continues with dangerous test flying at Muroc Lake, California, then the exploits of the "Fourth but First" Fighter Group in Korea. The reader witnesses counterinsurgency in the jungles of the Philippines, espionage in 1950s Saigon, and hypersonic test flying at Edwards. It climaxes with the electrifying, but often overlooked air campaign over Vietnam. As told through the saga of one extraordinary American family, the story of the most exciting period in aviation history is told with historical accuracy, passion, and humor. VOLUME I: The early career of a fighter pilot and his family, spanning 1938 to 1958. 16 year old crop duster Carl Morro is adopted by the Wilcox family of rural Kentucky. With his adoptive brother, Freddy, Morro joins other American pilots in Britain?s Royal Air Force in 1940, transitioning to the American "Eagle Squadron," and eventually into the US Army Air Force when America enters the war. Through compelling narrative and humorous dialogue, the reader witnesses an accurate history of air warfare and weapons development through the fictional career of a man who helped develop them and their tactics from pre-WWII through Korea and the 1950s. You will need to have both Volumes I & II to read the whole story. Triumph, tragedy, love, war, revenge, deliverance. © 1980, 1990, 2002

The Bronze Eagle

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Genre Fiction
Author Emmauska Orczy
Isbn 1609777549
File size 333 kb
Year 2014-04-11
Pages 263
Language English
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Baroness Emma Magdolna Rozália Mária Jozefa Borbála "Emmuska" Orczy de Orczi (23 September 1865 - 12 November 1947) was a Hungarian-born British novelist, playwright and artist of noble origin. She is most known for her series of novels featuring the Scarlet Pimpernel. This is one of her novels.

The Eagle's Way

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Genre Health & Fitness
Author Dr. Peter Johnston
Isbn 9781452507767
File size 951 kb
Year 2012-11-20
Pages 330
Language English
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In the Eagle’s Way: The Importance of Love in Healthcare, the author, a general practitioner, looks back at the changes he has seen over fifty years of study and practice of medicine. Remarkable advances in medicine and surgery have been accompanied by the growth of alternative medicine. He sees the emergence of holistic/integrative medicine as an important development in the evolution of healthcare. In this guide, he explores the principles and philosophies of alternative medicine and its complementary relationship with traditional medicine. The underlying principle of orthodox medicine is fighting disease; in contrast, the underlying principle of alternative medicine is embracing disease, an approach consistent with the new paradigm of unity. Both principles are varied yet powerful. He believes that maintenance of scientific standards dictates that most alternative therapies will remain outside the parameters of orthodox medicine but will be complementary to it. Conventional medicine is intellectual, sensory, head-based, and extraverted in its approach, whereas alternative medicine, especially the new psychotherapies, tends to be intuitive, heartbased, and introverted. The latter tends to go with the flow rather than have set standards of treatment. Practitioners of holistic and integrative medicine using both systems are often viewed as the healers of the future. While both systems can offer help to the patient, the most powerful force in healing remains unconditional love in the form of nonjudgmental respect, care, trust, and compassion. Dr. Johnston presents this as the central core of holistic and integrative medicine in The Eagle’s Way.