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The Voices Of Silence

Author : André Malraux
ISBN : 0691099413
Genre : Art
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Annotation: This is a comprehensive and psychological history of art from a variety of cultures by one of the eminent thinkers of the twentieth century.
Category: Art

His Drums Fell Silent The Voices Still Speak

Author : Judyth Thomas
ISBN : 9781490839387
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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This mother's journey with her son through mental illness and the mental health system is not unlike the stories of millions of families and friends throughout our country who live with mental illness. In the midst of the pain, anger, and frustration that come with this disorder, there is too often a loneliness that draws a dark shroud over the family. And that loneliness, that darkness, can result in isolation from family and friends, a loss of hope, and a questioning of God. The author of His Drums Fell Silent, the Voices Still Speak wants you to know that you are not alone. She tells the story of her "all-American son," a passionate percussionist whose drums and dreams were silenced as he slid deeper and deeper into the darkness of mental illness. His story will touch your heart and speak to your pain. If you know a friend or family who may be struggling with mental illness, this account may give you the understanding and compassion you need to walk with them in a way which could bring some measure of comfort to them . . . to bring your love and God's love into their lives when they so desperately need it. A second story tells how God used the pain of the author and her son to serve others who are facing the same challenges. Because of listening to God's voice, Ladder Homes was founded to provide housing and support for adults with mental illness. Hear the voices of some of the residents, parents and friends as they speak of their pain and new hopes and dreams that life has brought them.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Silence The Voices Discovering The Biology Of Mind Chatter

Author : Grant McFetridge
ISBN : 0973468092
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Do you 'hear voices'? Suffer from distracting, racing or intrusive thoughts? Yearn to quiet your mind? Written like a detective mystery, 22 years of research led to the discovery that a widespread subcellular fungal infection causes 'mind chatter'. Well tested, simple and fast non-drug psychological and psycho-immunology treatments are covered.
Category: Health & Fitness

Voices And Silence In The Contemporary Novel In English

Author : Vanessa Guignery
ISBN : 9781443816014
Genre : Literary Collections
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This volume examines the various processes at work in expressing silence and excessive speech in contemporary novels in English, covering the whole spectrum from effusiveness to muteness. Even if in the postmodern episteme language is deemed inadequate for speaking the unspeakable, contemporary authors still rely on voice as a mode of representation and a performative tool, and exploit silence not only as a sign of absence, block or withdrawal, but also as a token of presence and resistance. Logorrhoea and reticence are not necessarily antithetical as compulsive verbosity may work as a smokescreen to sidestep the real issues, while silences and gaps may reveal more than they hide. By submitting their texts to both expansion and retention, hypertrophy and aphasia, writers persistently test the limits of language and its ability to make sense of individual and collective stories. The present volume analyses the complex poetics of silence and speech in fiction from the 1960’s to the present, with special focus on Will Self, Graham Swift, John Fowles, Kazuo Ishiguro, Jenny Diski, Lionel Shriver, Michèle Roberts, Margaret Atwood, Jonathan Safran Foer, Salman Rushdie, Arundhati Roy, Zadie Smith, Jamaica Kincaid, Ryhaan Shah and J.M. Coetzee.
Category: Literary Collections

Silence The Word And The Sacred

Author : E.D. Blodgett
ISBN : 9780889205246
Genre : Religion
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The result of a dialogue between poets and scholars on the meaning and making of the sacred, this book endeavours to determine how the sacred emerges in sacred script as well as in poetic discourse. It ranges through scholarship in areas as apparently disparate as postmodernism and Buddhism. The perspectives developed are various and without closure, locating the sacred in modes as diverse as patristic traditions, feminist retranslations of biblical texts, and oral and written versions of documents from the world’s religions. The essays cohere in their preoccupation with the crucial role language plays in the creation of the sacred, particularly in the relation that language bears to silence. In their interplay, language does not silence silence by, rather, calls the other as sacred into articulate existence.
Category: Religion

The Silence Of Great Zimbabwe

Author : Joost Fontein
ISBN : 9781315417196
Genre : Social Science
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This book examines the politics of landscape and heritage by focusing on the example of Great Zimbabwe National Monument in southern Zimbabwe. The controversy that surrounded the site in the early part of the 20th century, between colonial antiquarians and professional archaeologists, is well reported in the published literature. Based on long term ethnographic field work around Great Zimbabwe, as well as archival research in NMMZ, in the National Archives of Zimbabwe, and several months of research at the World Heritage Centre in Paris, this new book represents an important step beyond that controversy over origins, to focus on the site's position in local contests between, and among individuals within, the Nemanwa, Charumbira and Mugabe clans over land, power and authority. To justify their claims, chiefs, spirit mediums and elders of each clan make appeals to different, but related, constructions of the past. Emphasising the disappearance of the 'Voice' that used to speak there, these narratives also describe the destruction, alienation and desecration of Great Zimbabwe that occurred, and continues, through the international and national, archaeological and heritage processes and practices by which Great Zimbabwe has become a national and world heritage site today.
Category: Social Science

The Silence Of Sodom

Author : Mark D. Jordan
ISBN : 0226410412
Genre : Religion
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The award-winning author of "The Invention of Sodomy in Christian Theology" questions how the Catholic Church can be homophobic as well as homoerotic as he provides a deeply learned yet entirely readable study of the relationship between male homosexuality and Catholicism.
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Breaking The Wall Of Silence

Author : Seada Vranić
ISBN : 9536160544
Genre : Rape victims
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This book reveals the pain, the despair, the loneliness of the rape victim, but more than that it is an indictment of an entire group of men who decided consciously and rationally to use rape as a weapon of war and to use it in a widespread fashion. It is a study of the mass rape perpetrated by Serbian forces in Bosnia-Herzegovina, consisting of interviews with victims, comments by experts and discussions of the key issues involved - social, political and legal.
Category: Rape victims

The Voices

Author : F. R. Tallis
ISBN : 9780230770539
Genre : Fiction
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Once you've heard them, you'll never forget them . . . In the scorching summer of 1976 - the hottest since records began - Christopher Norton, his wife Laura and their young daughter Faye settle into their new home in north London. The faded glory of the Victorian house is the perfect place for Norton, a composer of film soundtracks, to build a recording studio of his own. But soon in the long, oppressively hot nights, Laura begins to hear something through the crackle of the baby monitor. First, a knocking sound. Then come the voices . . .
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Saved From Silence

Author : Mary Donovan Turner
ISBN : 9781603500517
Genre : RELIGION
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In this postmodern age, women preachers are finding their "voice" a distinctive way of proclamation. This book looks at the metaphor of voice, how women are moving to voice from silence, and how individuals can make themselves heard by those who don't want to hear.
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Hearing The Voices Of Grt Communities

Author : Ryder, Andrew
ISBN : 9781447313595
Genre : Social Science
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Over the past decade, interest in Gypsies, Roma and Travellers (GRT) has risen up the political and media agendas, but they remain relatively unknown. This topical book is the first to chart the history and contemporary developments in GRT community activism, and the community and voluntary organisations and coalitions which support it. Underpinned by radical community development and equality theories, it describes the communities' struggle for rights against a backdrop of intense intersectional discrimination across Europe, and critiques the ambivalent role of community development in fostering these campaigns. Much of it co-written by community activists, it is a vehicle for otherwise marginalised voices, and an essential resource and inspiration for practitioners, lecturers, researchers and members of GRT communities.
Category: Social Science

Harper Lee S To Kill A Mockingbird

Author : Mei Chin
ISBN : 9781438114859
Genre : Fathers and daughters in literature
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Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning story of a black man on trial for rape in the 1930s Alabama is one of the most poignant works on the destructive effects of racism.
Category: Fathers and daughters in literature

The Voices Of Birds And Other Plays By Josef Topol

Author : Josef Topol
ISBN : 9781469124124
Genre : Drama
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This is a book of five plays by Josef Topol translated into English, only two of which have been produced in the USA. Josef Topol and Vaclav Havel are considered the best Czech living playwrights. The five plays chosen for this volume are representative of Topols chamber plays, dealing with such universal themes as youth, love and parting, life and death in language that is very contemporary and often incredibly poetic. The title of the book The Voices of Birds was chosen because it is the last play Josef Topol has written and indicates that the playwrights newer works are included.
Category: Drama

Understanding Silence And Reticence

Author : Dat Bao
ISBN : 9781441128539
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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What is the state of that which is not spoken? This book presents empirical research related to the phenomenon of reticence in the second language classroom, connecting current knowledge and theoretical debates in language learning and acquisition. Why do language learners remain silent or exhibit reticence? In what ways can silence in the language learning classroom be justified? To what extent should learners employ or modify silence? Do quiet learners work more effectively with quiet or verbal learners? Looking at evidence from Australia, China, Japan, Korea, and Vietnam, the book presents research data on many internal and external forces that influence the silent mode of learning in contemporary education. This work gives the reader a chance to reflect more profoundly on cultural ways of learning languages.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Silence Of The Wave

Author : Gianrico Carofiglio
ISBN : 9781908524249
Genre : Fiction
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Roberto Marais is haunted by his past as an under-cover carabinieri. A time of cynicism and corruption, in the world he investigated, and in his own soul. A meeting with Emma—like Roberto ravaged by guilt—begins to revive him. When her teenage son asks Roberto to help him conquer his nightmares, Roberto at last achieves a true rebirth.
Category: Fiction

Winners Take All

Author : Fred Bowen
ISBN : 9781480443099
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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The Reds and the Cubs are battling for the first place in the Rising Stars League. The Reds need a victory in today’s game to push ahead in the standings. Kyle, the Reds center fielder, wants to win so much that he secretly cheats—just a little—to clinch the game for his team. His teammates go wild with victory. His parents beam with pride. Suddenly Kyle feels uneasy. But what can he do? He’s a winner—and he can’t turn back now . . .
Category: Juvenile Fiction

Hegel S Theory Of Madness

Author : Daniel Berthold-Bond
ISBN : 0791425053
Genre : Philosophy
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This book shows how an understanding of the nature and role of insanity in Hegel's writing provides intriguing new points of access to many of the central themes of his larger philosophic project. Berthold-Bond situates Hegel's theory of madness within the history of psychiatric practice during the great reform period at the turn of the eighteenth century, and shows how Hegel developed a middle path between the stridently opposed camps of "empirical" and "romantic" medicine, and of "somatic" and "psychical" practitioners. A key point of the book is to show that Hegel does not conceive of madness and health as strictly opposing states, but as kindred phenomena sharing many of the same underlying mental structures and strategies, so that the ontologies of insanity and rationality involve a mutually illuminating, mirroring relation. Hegel's theory is tested against the critiques of the institution of psychiatry and the very concept of madness by such influential twentieth-century authors as Michel Foucault and Thomas Szasz, and defended as offering a genuinely reconciling position in the contemporary debate between the "social labeling" and "medical" models of mental illness.
Category: Philosophy