Voices In The Shadows
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📒Voices From The Shadows ✍ Katana Zachry
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📒Voices In The Shadows ✍ Celia Hawkesworth
✏Voices in the Shadows Book Summary : "Women are conspicuously absent from traditional cultural histories of South-East Europe. This book addresses that imbalance by describing the contribution of women to literary culture in the Orthodox/Ottoman areas of Serbia and Bosnia."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
📒Voices In The Shadows ✍ Jacob Faierman
✏Voices in the Shadows Book Summary : There are millions of undocumented immigrants in America, but few American citizens have ever heard their stories. They are at the forefront of national politics and local debate, but for all the chaotic screams on our television screens, in our newspapers, and on our social media, not many listen to the very people fueling the discussion. This book explores the complex nature of these stories from immigrants themselves. The six immigrants featured in this book were all interviewed about their life story. Those written about in this book were economic immigrants, asylum seekers, political dissidents, and dreamers. The common thread in this diverse group of people from different home countries, genders, ages, and financial backgrounds was a willingness to persevere. To ensure their anonymity, no real names are mentioned in this collection of experiences, but their stories are captured in great detail and honest delivery. These are the stories of the backbone of the United States of America from the voices that are rarely heard. These are voices in the shadows brought into the spotlight.
📒Fado ✍ Joaquim Pais de Brito
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📒Voices Of Shadows Past ✍ Jennifer Monroe
✏Voices of Shadows Past Book Summary : Miss Juliet Lambert has waited her entire life for her debut into society, for she knows her worth as the daughter of a baron. Although other women speak of love, Juliet only desires a man who realizes her beauty and can provide her with the lavish things she deserves.Daniel Haskins has been employed at Scarlett Hall since he was a boy of twelve, and he has loved Miss Juliet from the moment he first saw her. Although he understands he must keep his love for her hidden, he wants nothing more than to please the beautiful woman who always wears a mischievous smile.When Juliet injures her ankle in a fall, she is forced to miss the season and remain at home, much to her chagrin. Her mother insists that she considers allowing one Lord Parsons to call, and although he is handsome and wealthy, he is much too arrogant for Juliet's liking. In order to vent out her frustrations on the unfairness of life, Juliet finds solace speaking with Daniel, the stable boy.As the weeks pass, Juliet begins to see Daniel not as a man who can provide her with the finest of dresses but rather the love she needs in her heart. And although Daniel would wish nothing more than to be with her, he knows their relationship would surely be forbidden by her mother. As Lord Parsons' calls become more frequent, a dark secret lingers over Scarlett Hall, and the voice of shadow past may force Juliet into the very arms of the man she does not love.Voices of Shadows Past is the third book in the Secrets of Scarlett Hall series. It can be read as a stand-alone novel but is best enjoyed after reading book one Whispers of Light and book two Echoes of the Heart. Filled with clean romance, adventure, and a dash of mystery-and perhaps a bit of mischievousness-Voices of Shadows Past promises to be a page-turner.
📒At The Back Door ✍ Thom Cherney
✏At The Back Door Book Summary : At the Back Door is the second book of poetry by Thom Cherney written to raise awareness and much-needed financial support for Providence House to fight the ever-growing problem of domestic violence and child maltreatment in New Jersey. Providence House stands as the bulwark against the ever-rising tide of domestic violence and child abuse in Ocean County. This manuscript includes poetry by Thom and an excerpt from “Lost in the Middle of Nowhere,” an upcoming novel dealing with the ever-increasing problem of child abuse and maltreatment in our country. Family violence and child maltreatment have grown to epidemic proportions over the past ten years mainly because of a system that is underfunded, understaffed, and overwhelmed. This past year alone an estimated 772,000 children were determined to be victims of abuse and neglect with an estimated 1,740 fatalities. Also in At the Back Door are poems written by Matthew DeRiggi, an English teacher in the Toms River school system. Matthew also had several of his writings published in the literary magazine Polaris. Three students from the Toms River schools, Raquel Carerro-Schmidt, Conor Odell, and Justin Schaff, have also made contributions. Raquel Carerro-Schmidt is a sixth-grade student at Intermediate North; Conor Odell and Justin Schaff are fifth-grade students at North Dover Elementary School. Raquel, Conor, and Justin all share the joy of writing and were members of the Poets’ Club at North Dover Elementary. We wish joy, peace, and happiness to all.
📒Shadows Skeletons And A Southern Belle ✍ Jilda Leigh
✏Shadows Skeletons and a Southern Belle Book Summary : Her mind was foggy. She wasnt exactly sure where she was. Then reality came crashing in. What happened? she thought to herself. Id planned everything out so carefully. I wrote a note. I took way too many pills. I even cut myself far deeper than I have ever cut myself before, she mumbled out loud. What went wrong? Why am I still here? Then, slowly, she began to sob. There were tubes coming out of her everywhere! IVs running to ensure she was hydrated. Hell, a nurse was checking on her every hour on the hour. This just couldnt be happening! But, it was. There was an IV in each arm, and one in her left foot. She had a catheter. An oxygen tube was in her nose. Machines were humming and buzzing. The straps still hung loosely from the sides of the bed where she had been restrained. She continued to sob, looking around at the dismal surroundings. Her only thought I failed again. But, who had found me? Who had saved me? she thought. More importantly, why did they save me? WHY? Didnt they realize how much pain I was in? I mean, I just tried to kill myself, did they miss that clue? she said to no one in the room. Shadows crept in around her. They fit her like a glove. They were familiar, always bringing the sorrow and despair. She tried to turn on her side in the hospital bed, to no avail. She only cried harder and harder. The voices started to speak again, taunting her laughing at her failure. The voices were always with her, like the shadows. The banged inside her head like a drum, always trying to get her attention. She seriously considered ripping the IVs from her body, just to feel the pain to know for certain this was real. But, something held her at bay. It wasnt the pain that caused her to pause; it was the idea of being restrained again. It was the fear, the fear of the unknown. The Skeleton named Fear that haunted her for decades. Then, it happened, again. Committed. The voices were howling with laughter. You botched it, you moron, they said. Skeleton Fear got up from her chair. The shadows started crawling back towards me. Then, reality hit like a frying pan against the head. Im stuck here, I thought. I was searched, organized, prodded, probed, checked, vampired, fed, and sent to lectures. Up at 6am, breakfast at 7:30am, lunch at 12:30pm, supper at 6:30pm, medicine at 9pm, and lights out at 10pm. What in the hell is going on? I thought. I was checked every hour, on the hour, during the night. Roll was taken at every mean, every class, and every activity. This is not going to be good. Skeleton Fear just smiled. The voices snickered. I was given a handbook to read and complete. Handouts were given at lectures. Information was passed along so we would learn how to cope with our illness. What illness? I thought. The Skeletons and the voices only snickered. After two weeks of this participation, I was told I had improved and would be discharged. My diagnosis of Bipolar Depression was confirmed, along with OCD, and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. I was given scripts for medicines and an appointment with a psychiatrist. Then, I was patted on my head and sent on my way. I wasnt cured. Nothing was different. Shortly after my pardon from the warden, I start dating Ivan. We have supper most nights together, and he stays with me some. But, he doesnt put me first, so Skeleton Fear takes over. She tells me that hell leave me, or Ivan has someone else. Ivan and I argue a lot, but stay together. Its an on again, off again kind of relationship. At one point, its off. I dont see him for about two weeks. We are both so miserable. Ivan admits there were other things that came first. I was shocked, and so was Skeleton Fear. The voices were angry. Ivan moved in, and things settled down. Or so it seemed. Leap Frog! Its a year later. Skeleton Water and Skeleton Fear have a new roommate. Her name is Skeleton Cutter. You see, w
📒Voices ✍ Colleen Fountain Skinner
✏Voices Book Summary : What happens when a secret is threatened to be revealed? A secret that No one is supposed to ever know about. If it surfaced, your life would never be the same again.What if you could find a way to silence their tongues so they could never utter another word? Would that be so wrong?After all, silence is bliss! If they cant speak...they cant tell. But somehow the plan goes hellishly wrong...because sometimes its the DEAD that speak the loudest.
📒Dead Voices ✍ Gerald Robert Vizenor
✏Dead Voices Book Summary : Gerald Vizenor gives life to traditional tribal stories by presenting them in a new perspective: he challenges the idyllic perception of rural life, offering in its stead an unusual vision of survival in the cities-the sanctuaries for humans and animals. It is a tribal vision, a quest for liberation from forces that would deny the full realization of human possibilities. In this modern world his characters insist upon survival through an imaginative affirmation of the self. In Dead Voices Vizenor, using tales drawn from traditional tribal stories, illuminates the centuries of conflict between American Indians and Europeans, or "wordies." Bagese, a tribal woman transformed into a bear, has discovered a new urban world, and in a cycle of tales she describes this world from the perspective of animals-fleas, squirrels, mantis, crows, beavers, and finally Trickster, Vizenor’s central and unifying figure. The stories reveal unpleasant aspects of the dominate culture and American Indian culture such as the fur trade, the educational system, tribal gambling, reservation life, and in each the animals, who represent crossbloods, connect with their tribal traditions, often in comic fashion. As in his other fiction, Vizenor upsets our ideas of what fiction should be. His plot is fantastic; his story line is a roller-coaster ride requiring that we accept the idea of transformation, a key element in all his work. Unlike other Indian novelists, who use the novel as a means of cultural recovery, Vizenor finds the crossblood a cause for celebration.
📒Tales Of East River Chasing Shadows ✍ David McLeod
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