It Moves Nonetheless

Ken Chennault

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ISBN 10: 1424147220 / ISBN 13: 9781424147229
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Paperback. 206 pages. Dimensions: 9.0in. x 6.0in. x 0.5in.Chennault was born in 1953 and was raised on Lake St. John a few miles from the small town of Waterproof, Louisiana. He has practiced law for 28 years and presently resides in Vicksburg, Mississippi, where he works for the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is the grandson of General Claire Lee Chennault, leader of the famed WW II Flying Tigers. Kens poetry covers a wide range of subjects in alternating dramatic, humorous, tragic and sometimes sad fashions. Topics include the ongoing battle between good and evil, love lost and love found, political correctness, jealousy, greed, pride, fanaticism, vanity, integrity (or the lack thereof), heroism, and human frailty. Several poems depict, for better or worse, slices of everyday life in America. Underlying his work is the constant theme that there is ultimate justice in Gods economy and the belief that there can and will be a better tomorrow. The title to his book comes from a loose translation of Eppur Si MuoveIt Moves Nonetheless, the words uttered by Galileo as he was exiting the Papal Inquisition after writing the abjuration that saved his life. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory #

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Synopsis: Chennault was born in 1953 and was raised on Lake St. John a few miles from the small town of Waterproof, Louisiana. He has practiced law for 28 years and presently resides in Vicksburg, Mississippi, where he works for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He is the grandson of General Claire Lee Chennault, leader of the famed WW II Flying Tigers. Ken’s poetry covers a wide range of subjects in alternating dramatic, humorous, tragic and sometimes sad fashions. Topics include the ongoing battle between good and evil, love lost and love found, political correctness, jealousy, greed, pride, fanaticism, vanity, integrity (or the lack thereof), heroism, and human frailty. Several poems depict, for better or worse, slices of everyday life in America. Underlying his work is the constant theme that there is ultimate justice in God’s economy and the belief that there can and will be a better tomorrow. The title to his book comes from a loose translation of Eppur Si Muove—It Moves Nonetheless, the words uttered by Galileo as he was exiting the Papal Inquisition after writing the abjuration that saved his life.

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Title: It Moves Nonetheless
Publisher: PublishAmerica
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