Lies Of Silence

Author: Brian Moore
Editor: CNIB
ISBN: 9783125774407
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The Cambridge Companion To The Irish Novel

Author: John Wilson Foster
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521679961
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This is the perfect overview of the Irish novel from the seventeenth century to the present day.

Brian Moore

Author: Jo O'Donoghue
Editor: McGill-Queen's Press - MQUP
ISBN: 9780773508507
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Brian Moore is exceptional among contemporary novelists in the breadth and consistency of his work. His fiction ranges from thrillers and gothic adventures through historical subjects. He remains one of the few writers of serious fiction who appeals to academic critics and the general reader alike.

Discover Your True Self

Author: Chip Ingram
Editor: Baker Books
ISBN: 1493421395
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Seeing yourself as God sees you is essential to overcoming your deepest struggles, having healthy relationships, living in freedom, and fulfilling your life purpose. Yet most of us look at ourselves with warped mirrors, believing lies that lead to shame, guilt, fear, insecurity, and spiritual stagnation. The lies of our past keep us stuck, struggling with the same issues and habits for years. But according to the first three chapters of Ephesians, that's not how God sees us at all. Pastor and author Chip Ingram wants to open your eyes to your true self, the "new you" that God sees, the person who is immeasurably valuable and beautiful. In this Scripture-soaked book, he shows you how getting God's perspective - satisfies your search for significance - undoes your shame - makes you secure - frees you from comparing yourself with others - helps you discover your calling - and more Are you ready to see yourself as God sees you? Then let Chip Ingram show you how to silence the lies of your past and experience your true identity.

Cone Of Silence

Author: Michael Sloan
Editor: Wheatmark, Inc.
ISBN: 1604946407
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For years, top executives at banks and insurance companies have swindled America. It's payback time. Rob Prentiss is a forensic interrogator for the CIA. For almost a decade he has observed suspects to assess whether they are telling the truth -- and he's good at his job. But when he is assigned to investigate a potential terror threat to a nuclear power plant, he has major concerns. Until now he has only worked in conference rooms and offices. Why have his superiors chosen somebody with no experience in the field for this potentially dangerous mission? Prentiss crosses paths with another agent on the case: Kay Alden, a Marine who has commanded clandestine seek-and-destroy operations in countries known to support terrorist training camps. With her specialized military background and lethal skills, she is used to working alone, but finds herself appreciating the genuine human contact Prentiss provides. Together they intelligently, persistently, methodically pursue justice. As their investigation deepens, they realize that the people who sent them may prefer that certain facts remain undiscovered. Cone of Silence tells a story of corporate greed and government indifference . . . and the unexpected consequences of both.

The Literature Workbook

Author: Clara Calvo
Editor: Routledge
ISBN: 1134700318
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The Literature Workbook is a practical introductory textbook for literary studies, which can be used either for independent study or as part of a taught class. Laying the ground for further study, The Literature Workbook introduces the beginning student to the essential analytic and interpretative skills that are needed for literary appreciation and evaluation. It also equips the teacher with practical tools and materials for use in seminars or when setting written assessments and projects. Arranged according to genre and chronology, the chapters acquaint the reader with a range of key figures in English literaure and encourage the reader to think about them in their historical and cultural contexts. Adopting a user-friendly case-study approach, each chapter contains * exercises and activities * discussion hints * project work * suggestions for further reading The Workbook also includes: * a glossary * a subject and name index.

Llantwit Major

Author: Alfred Cooper Fryer
Editor:
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Legacies Of Silence

Author: Glenn Sujo
Editor: New Age International
ISBN: 9780856675416
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Accompanying an exhibition at the Imperial War Museum, London, from 5 April to 27 August 2001, this volume examines the contribution of artist-witnesses, victims and survivors of the Holocaust to post-war culture and the visual arts.

The Irish Review

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Censorship And Silencing

Author: David Poles Professor of Law Robert Post
Editor: Getty Publications
ISBN: 9780892364848
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Censorship was once a predictable topic, dividing liberals and conservatives down the middle on issues like obscenity and national security. Today, the debate over the regulation of speech offers no such easy dichotomy, with feminists joining forces with religious fundamentalists to control pornography, and abortion rights advocates seeking to restrict clinic demonstrations while prolife groups defend their freedom to picket. Underlying this trend is a fundamental intellectual shift--exemplified by the work of Michel Foucault--that holds that the state is not the only agent of censorship. The thirteen contributors here explore the topic of censorship from the viewpoint of numerous disciplines and viewpoints.

Ira Man

Author: Douglass McFerran
Editor: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780275955915
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A personal account that provides a history of the conflict in Northern Ireland and goes beyond the propaganda on both sides to understand its causes and determine what is necessary to end it.

I Am Mary Dunne

Author: Brian Moore
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408828901
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Who am I any more? All these names, who am I? After three marriages and four last names, Mary, a neurotic woman in her thirties, finds herself struggling to remember her own name and losing her sense of self. But what she does want to forget, she is condemned to remember - the last days of her relationship with Hat Bell, her depressive, alcoholic second husband, and her sense of responsibility for his death. As friends from the past resurface, these unwanted memories return full force and Mary finds herself desperately battling her inner torment. A powerful portrait of a woman struggling to reaffirm her sense of self, I am Mary Dunne is a compelling exploration of neurosis and obsessive love.

Swimming With Sharks

Author: George Huang
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408141418
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From bringing him coffee to getting him laid, it's up to new assistant and aspiring screenwriter Guy to satisfy every whim of the incendiary Buddy Ackerman, powerful movie producer and the boss from hell. Blinded by the promise of a fast track up the Hollywood ladder, Guy is about to find out that moviemaking is not for the faint-hearted. If he's going to rise to the top, then he'll need to play by Buddy's rules. And Buddy plays dirty. Swimming with Sharks, adapted from the George Huang film by playwright Michael Lesslie, is an incisive look into the cut-throat world of Hollywood. The play had its world premiere at the Vaudeville Theatre, London, on 5 October 2007.

The Doctor S Wife

Author: Brian Moore
Editor: A&C Black
ISBN: 1408828928
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Sheila Redden, a quiet, 37-year-old doctor's wife, has long been looking forward to returning with her husband to the town where they spent their honeymoon over twenty years ago. Little does she suspect that after a chance encounter in Paris she will end up spending her holiday with a man she has only just met, an American man ten years her junior. Four weeks later, Sheila is nowhere to be found. Owen Deane, her brother, follows her steps to Paris in the hopes of shedding some light on her disappearance, but soon begins to wonder if she will ever reappear. Interspersed with Sheila's harrowing memories of her hometown of Ulster at the height of the troubles, this is a compelling and powerful tale of love, escape and abandon.

The Magician S Wife

Author: Brian Moore
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408828936
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France, 1856: Emmeline Lambert is married to an illusionist sent by Napoleon III to persuade the Arabs - poised for holy war and in thrall to charismatic leaders - that France's might and magic are the greater. Emmeline begins to feel like an illusionist herself, when she dazzles the Emperor and then sheds her inhibitions along with flimsy notions of patriotism and propriety in the hot glare of the Algerian sun. Power, politics, religion and love, the court of Napoleon III and the deserts of Algeria combine in this mesmerising novel from a master storyteller.

Prizing Literature

Author: Gillian Roberts
Editor: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 1442642718
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When Canadian authors win prestigious literary prizes, from the Governor General's Literary Award to the Man Booker Prize, they are celebrated not only for their achievements, but also for contributing to this country's cultural capital. Discussions about culture, national identity, and citizenship are particularly complicated when the honorees are immigrants, like Michael Ondaatje, Carol Shields, or Rohinton Mistry. Then there is the case of Yann Martel, who is identified both as Canadian and as rootlessly cosmopolitan. How have these writers' identities been recalibrated in order to claim them as 'representative' Canadians? Prizing Literature is the first extended study of contemporary award winning Canadian literature and the ways in which we celebrate its authors. Gillian Roberts uses theories of hospitality to examine how prize-winning authors are variously received and honoured depending on their citizenship and the extent to which they represent 'Canadianness.' Prizing Literature sheds light on popular and media understandings of what it means to be part of a multicultural nation.

Witness To Integrity

Author: Anita Marie Caspary
Editor: Liturgical Press
ISBN: 9780814627709
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"Witness to Integrity details the dispute in the 1960s of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sisters (I.H.M.) with James Francis McIntyre, the Cardinal Archbishop of Los Angeles. The book is a dramatic account of a community of women against intransigent church authorities. Written in a first-person account by Anita M. Caspary, who led the community during this episode in the history of American Catholicism, she recounts the challenges, personalities, betrayal and courage of the IHMs during this time of renewal called for by Vatican II."--Outside back cover.

The Statement

Author: Brian Moore
Editor: Bloomsbury Publishing
ISBN: 1408826372
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Pierre Brossard is on the run. For his life. From a determined squad of unknown hit-men. From his former 'friends'. From his past. Condemend to death in absentia by French courts for crimes against humanity during the war, he has been in hiding for over forty years. Now, perhaps, justice will be done.

Serenity

Author: Dori Jeanine Somers
Editor: iUniverse
ISBN: 1491743557
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Everyone in this world, at some point or another, searches for peace of mind, joy, and meaning in their lives. But in todays frenzied, fast-paced world, it can be challenging to find serenity. So come along on a journey from Stressville to the City of Joy using this small travel guide by Dori Jeanine Somers, a storyteller, poet and minister who has been called militantly positive. Through her innovative roadmap to achieving inner peace, Somers teaches how to respect others and yourself, find caring friends, overcome feelings of helplessness, recognize beauty both within and in the world at large, create a household full of laughter, and be fully present in every moment. Serenity is an inspirational guidebook that offers wisdom, stories, and poetry that teach how to avoid the crippling effects of negativity, find inner-peace and contentment, and realize that happiness is a choice in life.

Edgework

Author: Wendy Brown
Editor: Princeton University Press
ISBN: 140082687X
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Edgework brings together seven of Wendy Brown's most provocative recent essays in political and cultural theory. They range from explorations of politics post-9/11 to critical reflections on the academic norms governing feminist studies and political theory. Edgework is also concerned with the intellectual and political value of critique itself. It renders contemporary the ancient jurisprudential meaning of critique as krisis, in which a tear in the fabric of justice becomes the occasion of a public sifting or thoughtfulness, the development of criteria for judgment, and the inauguration of political renewal or restoration. Each essay probes a contemporary problem--the charge of being unpatriotic for dissenting from U.S. foreign policy, the erosion of liberal democracy by neoliberal political rationality, feminism's loss of a revolutionary horizon--and seeks to grasp the intellectual impasse the problem signals as well as the political incitement it may harbor.