Turtledove may refer to:

  • Doves of the genus Streptopelia, in particular the European Turtle Dove (Streptopelia turtur)
  • Harry Turtledove, a historian and author who writes historical fiction, science fiction, and fantasy novels

Other articles related to "turtledove":

Weapons Of Choice - Walk-on Roles of Real People
... Harry Turtledove, one of the most prominent alternate history authors, appears as "Commander Turtletaub", an aide to FDR ... Turtledove has on occasion used the name 'H ... References to Turtledove's WorldWar series also appear ...
The Man With The Iron Heart
... The Man with the Iron Heart is an alternate history novel by Harry Turtledove ... and his subsequent leadership of the postwar Werwolf insurgency in occupied Germany, which Turtledove depicts as growing into a far more formidable force than was the case historically ... This novel follows the format typical of Turtledove novels of following events from multiple points of view ...
A Different Flesh - Literary Significance and Reception
... review of the novel and commented that Turtledove left a lot of room open for further stories in the series, but still feels that Turtledove's writing style has changed to the point where future ... fiction author Orson Scott Card also gave a good review for the novel complimenting Turtledove especially on Freedom for the use of a sims point of view without "sentimentalizing and anthropomorphizing until the ...
Robert Chester (poet) - The Poem - Content
... Chester prefaced his poem with a short dedication addressed to the Phoenix and Turtledove, traditional emblems of perfection and devoted love Phoenix of beautie ... the Phoenix to the "isle of Paphos" to meet the Turtledove whose lover has apparently died ... The Turtledove is guarding the fire of Prometheus ...
Attack On Pearl Harbor - Media - Alternate History
... Days of Infamy is a novel by Harry Turtledove in which the Japanese attack on Hawaii is not limited to a strike on Pearl Harbor, but is instead a full-scale invasion and eventual occupation ... The many viewpoint characters (a Turtledove trademark) are drawn from Hawaiian civilians (both white and Japanese) as well as soldiers and sailors from both Japan and the USA ... Turtledove has to date written one sequel, The End of the Beginning ...

Famous quotes containing the word turtledove:

    Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away; for now the winter is past, the rain is over and gone. The flowers appear on the earth; the time of singing has come, and the voice of the turtledove is heard in our land. The fig tree puts forth its figs, and the vines are in blossom; they give forth fragrance. Arise, my love, my fair one, and come away.
    Bible: Hebrew, Song of Solomon 2:10-13.