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Matt Braun (2004) — Matt Braun has been honored with the National Festival of the West Cowboy Spirit Award and a Spur Award for The Kincaids and Dakota.   His novel, Black Fox, was adapted for a six-hour CBS mini-series.  Sam Elliott and Katherine Ross starred in the adaptation of Matt’s One Last Town, whichTNT renamed You Know My Name .  Matt Braun resides in t western Connecticut with his wife, Bettiane.

When it lives in the grey area between the two worlds, every day begins with a laborious examination of the numbers. [ Sydney Morning Herald ]

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In the fifth stanza he says that he lied about his age to get into the military, and gave nary a thought to Germans or fear. All he thought about was the glory and the uniforms and the salutes and the "esprit de corps". This young man could have been almost any young man from any country involved in the war, who, possessing such youth and lack of worldly wisdom, did not think too deeply about what war really meant and what could happen to his life. Owen is obviously sympathetic to the soldier's lack of understanding, but he is also angry about "the military system that enabled the soldier to enlist through lying about his age". Owen is careful to balance "the immaturity of the soldier...with anger at the view of war as glamorous, a view held by both the soldier before the war and by much of the public throughout."

5thly. There is the plague of self-conceit and pride;” O (says the soul), if I could get my self-pride brought low, then would I sit down and bless Him for One look of Him would do this, Isa. vi, 5, “Mine eyes have seen the Lord”; andwhat of that? I say, even, “Woe is me, for I am undone, because I am a man of unclean lips”; and if we may allude to that, Job vii, 8, “Thine eyes are upon me, and I am not. ” Job xlii, 5,”I have heard of thee by the hearing of the ear; but now mine eye seeth thee. ” Verse 6, “Wherefore I abhor myself and repent in dust and ashes. ” Believe it, the pride of professors speaks their distance from Jesus Christ. Now labour to get a look of Him to heal this plague.

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