The basis of the fourth season of the television phenomenon starring Aidan Turner, The Angry Tide is the seventh novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series.
Author: Winston Graham
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
The seventh novel in the acclaimed Poldark series Cornwall, towards the end of the 18th century: Ross Poldark sits for the borough of Truro as Member of Parliament - his time divided between London and Cornwall, his heart divided about his ...
Author: WINSTON. GRAHAM
The Stranger From the Sea is the eighth novel in Winston Graham's hugely popular Poldark series, and continues the story after the fifth TV series, which has become an international phenomenon, starring Aidan Turner.
Author: Winston Graham
Publisher: St. Martin's Griffin
There was a concerted movement among the other blacks in the field , and an
angry murmur rose around Luke and Davis like the hum of a disturbed beehive .
Luke dropped to one knee beside the wounded man . The man's eyes rolled ...
Author: Patricia Matthews
Publisher: Pinnacle Books
... Where the waves are mountains high ; But the woe at home , on the peaceful
plain , From the tide - wave drawing nigh ... s song , And the joy of the blooming
bride , Are thus suddenly rapt and swept along In the surge of the angry tide .
Author: Robert Maguire
The lightning played Over the blacken ' d liquid , and illum ' d The horrid surface
of the angry tide : Such as the spectral light of Hell ' s vast shades Sepulchral
shows the woes of Stygian lake ! Panting she stands , nor ever turns aside , But
Author: Carlton Dawe
... who had gone far beyond what I desired or approved, to the weeping and
frightened widow and orphan children, who sat trembling on the dray. It required
but a few words to turn the angry tide of feeling into a broader and smoother
into the shape of the letter C by the continual chafing of the angry tide against its
black and polished barriers . Martin Ashe slowly crossed the eastern arm of the
cove , and looked seaward . The tide was lapping lazily on the shining sand
They hoped their moving forms , though dim , Upon the mast descried , Might tell
of life in jeopardy , Amid the angry tide . " And so it chanced - a fisherman Far
scanning with his glass The wreck - strewn waters of the bay , A vacant hour to
Author: William Spurrell
Category: Carmarthen (Wales)
Then I seem to see the prodigious tide of water rolling through the valley , and the
long bridge with the crumbling arches stretching athwart the stream , and the
throngs of people crowding over , and falling and slipping into the angry tide
Author: Donald Grant Mitchell
Category: English literature
Carefully he picked his citizen of Niagara Falls , was engaged in way , now in
shallow water , and now in de p , painting the middle bridge which spans the and
down with the angry tide he went till he torrent that rushes between the first and ...
Category: Society of Friends
the tide , but which rise in a few minutes to deep raging channels at à certain
period of the flow ; and , though still the awful quicksands claim now and then
their victims , yet such tragedies are few and far between — that is , compared
Author: Emma Jane Worboise
... Through veils of mist on her child she gazed While his eye with passion's fury
blazed . But the gentle power prevailed , and peace Came in response to
unuttered prayer ; Then the angry tide had a sweet surcease , And the demon
fled away ...
... The noontide sun had seen it far out on the watery track , And vesper lit her
dazzling lamp to guide the wanderer back . The idle sails now flap the mast , no
breeze disturbs the sea , And through Lagg Bar the angry tide for once steals
Author: William James Doherty
Category: Authors, Irish
AIR Tours ! beneath thy ramparts steep Swiftly the Loire ' s dark waters sweep ,
Through yonder arches wide ; As one , who struggles with the chain He may not
break , nay , cannot strain , So chafes that angry tide . Sole mark of nature ' s strife
Author: REV. R. J. BUDDICOM, M.A.
It was possible only at low tide to round the projecting points of rock , and at times
they jumped from bowlder to bowlder , at others they crept along narrow slippery
shelves , while the angry tide roared at their feet , and overhanging rocks ...
Author: Hubert Howe Bancroft
Category: Booksellers and bookselling
It sinks , anon it rises from the tide ; Each time it seems more near , more brightly
shines ; Its flickering gleams disclose the ... More often disappears the meteor -
spark , The angry tide is sweeping up the shore ; Hoarse thunders in the
Author: Emily Thacher B. Bennett
He calculated nicely where the tide would take it ; and , as it approached , he
threw himself upon a projecting plank just as the angry tide was about to draw it
beneath the bridge ; and , reaching quickly down , seized his prize , whatever it
Author: Benjamin Penhallow Shillaber
O ' er which in vain long swept the angry tide , Upon the present still thou stand '
st sublime , A stately triumph o ' er the tide of Time ; The hands that reared thee ,
and the head that planned , The lord that owned thee , and the strength that ...
Author: John Ramsay
Category: English poetry
When fiercely howls the gathering storm And foams the angry tide , – Beyond the
storm , beyond the gloom , Breaks forth the light of morn , Bright beaming from my
Father ' s house , To cheer the soul forlorn . 3 Yes , even at that fearful hour ...
Author: Cheshire Pastoral Association (Cheshire, Conn.)
Category: Hymns, English