The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 0140271716
Release Date: 1998
Number of pages: 371
Author: Urvashi Butalia
Publisher: Penguin Books India

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB The Partition Of India In 1947 Caused One Of The Great Human Convulsions Of History. The Statistics Are Staggering. Twelve Million People Were Displaced; A Million Died; Seventy-Five Thousand Women Are Said To Have Been Abducted And Raped; Families Were Divided; Properties Lost; Homes Destroyed. In Public Memory, However, The Violent, Disturbing Realities That Accompanied Partition Have Remained Blanketed In Silence. And Yet, In Private, The Voices Of Partition Have Never Been Stilled And Its Ramifications Have Not Yet Ended. Urvashi Butalia S Remarkable Book, The Outcome Of A Decade Of Interviews And Research, Looks At What Partition Was Intended To Achieve, And How It Worked On The Ground, And In People S Lives. Pieced Together From Oral Narratives And Testimonies, In Many Cases From Women, Children And Dalits-Marginal Voices Never Heard Before-And Supplemented By Documents, Reports, Diaries, Memoirs And Parliamentary Records, This Is A Moving, Personal Chronicle Of Partition That Places People, Instead Of Grand Politics, At The Centre. These Are The Untold Stories Of Partition, Stories That India Has Not Dared To Confront Even After Fifty Years Of Independence.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 9780698413115
Release Date: 2016-03-29
Number of pages: 416
Author: Philip Kerr
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB From New York Times–bestselling author Philip Kerr, the much anticipated return of Bernie Gunther in a series hailed by The Daily Beast as “the best crime novels around today.” Once I’d been a good detective in Kripo, but that was a while ago, before the criminals wore smart gray uniforms and nearly everyone locked up was innocent.” Being a Berlin cop in 1942 was a little like putting down mousetraps in a cage full of tigers. The war is over. Bernie Gunther, our sardonic former Berlin homicide detective and unwilling SS officer, is now living on the French Riviera. It is 1956 and Bernie is the go-to guy at the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, the man you turn to for touring tips or if you need a fourth for bridge. As it happens, a local writer needs just that, someone to fill the fourth seat in a regular game that is the usual evening diversion at the Villa Mauresque. Not just any writer. Perhaps the richest and most famous living writer in the world: W. Somerset Maugham. And it turns out it is not just a bridge partner that he needs; it’s some professional advice. Maugham is being blackmailed—perhaps because of his unorthodox lifestyle. Or perhaps because of something in his past, because once upon a time, Maugham worked for the British secret service, and the people now blackmailing him are spies. As Gunther fans know, all roads lead back to the viper’s nest that was Hitler’s Third Reich and to the killing fields that spread like a disease across Europe. Even in 1956, peace has not come to the continent: now the Soviets have the H-bomb and spies from every major power feel free to make all of Europe their personal playground. From the Hardcover edition.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 9781783726479
Release Date: 2015-08-27
Number of pages: 272
Author: Linda Gask
Publisher: Summersdale Publishers LTD - ROW

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB ‘If we had a keen vision and feeling of all ordinary human life, it would be like hearing the grass grow and the squirrel’s heart beat, and we should die of that roar which lies on the other side of silence.’ George Eliot, Middlemarch Having spent her life trying to patch up the souls of others, psychiatrist Linda Gask came to realise that being an expert in depression didn’t confer any immunity from it – she had to learn take care of herself, too. Artfully crafted and told with warmth and honesty, this is the story of Linda’s journey, interwoven with insights into her patients’ diverse experiences of depression - inextricably linked with problems in the past and the present such as vulnerability, fear, loss, loneliness, dependence and grief. She sets out to convey, in a new and original way, how it truly feels to experience this devastating illness, what psychotherapy is about, and the role of medication - and provides hope for those who suffer from depression and their loved ones whilst busting the stigma of mental illness.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 0156029642
Release Date: 2004-02-09
Number of pages: 311
Author: André Brink
Publisher: Harvest Books

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB After years of abuse, with only a bleak future ahead of her, a young German woman joins other women being transported to German's colony in South-West Africa to attend the needs of male settlers, but when she is confronted by the harsh reality and brutality of life in Africa, she revolts, joining a ragtag army of women and native victims to take on the German Reich. Reprint. 15,000 first printing.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 0930323645
Release Date: 1990
Number of pages: 301
Author: Arden Neisser
Publisher: Gallaudet University Press

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB Examines the use of sign language by the deaf and discusses the education and social conditions of deaf people in the United States


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 0809137003
Release Date: 1997-01
Number of pages: 396
Author: Morton T. Kelsey
Publisher: Paulist Press

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB A chapter-by-chapter update of a bestselling classic, the first and still the best book to link Christian meditation with Jungian psychology.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 9781504011099
Release Date: 2015-05-19
Number of pages: 215
Author: Bill Pronzini
Publisher: Open Road Media

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB The sunbaked expanse of Death Valley is a great place to visit but a bad place to die in this breathtaking thriller from acclaimed master of suspense fiction Bill Pronzini Rick Fallon has reached the breaking point. His wife left after their son’s tragic death, and Rick finds himself without purpose. He seeks out the peace and tranquility of the desert, setting up camp in Death Valley. On his fourth day there, Rick comes across an abandoned car. Inside is a woman on the brink of death, beaten and blistered by the sun. Her name is Casey, and her young son has been kidnapped by her ex-husband. After fruitlessly searching for him for months, Casey has decided to end it all. But Rick is determined to make her mission his own, even if it means risking his life. He’s been given a chance to atone for one of his greatest regrets; no amount of danger can stop him now.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 080506124X
Release Date: 1999-06-15
Number of pages: 544
Author: John Loughery
Publisher: Holt Paperbacks

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB Based on hundreds of interviews, new and classic texts, and little-known archival sources, an award-winning writer offers the first narrative history to consider the multiple meanings of "gay identity" in the whole United States.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 9781782204824
Release Date: 2016-08-31
Number of pages: 160
Author: Pauline Schokman
Publisher: Karnac Books

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB The Other Side of Silence is a gripping, emotionally charged drama that unfolds over a week in the life of Anna Mason, a GP in Melbourne. Her newborn nephew’s life hangs in the balance and Anna’s own heartbreak can no longer be denied. Her parents meet after twenty-five years of rage and silence and unsayable things are said. Anna’s relationship with her partner Louis totters on the brink, as they are finally forced to face the grief that has been tearing them apart, and hope unexpectedly enters Anna’s life through a chance encounter. Moving, complex, but ultimately life-affirming, this book explores what happens when families are silent for generations about painful emotional truths and how lives can change when reality is faced and truth is spoken.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 9781450287692
Release Date: 2011-02-24
Number of pages: 236
Author: Farida Azhar-Hewitt
Publisher: iUniverse

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB In the quiet Balti villages, high in the Karakoram Mountains of North Pakistan, life goes on. The women live peacefully as they prepare for the seasonal harvest and take in views of the breathtaking high mountains and pastures. Deeply rooted female relationships bloom and mature, as do their sustainable, ecologically friendly lifestyles. The Balti women have been living in the mountains for centuries, so why does there seem to be change in the air? There’s the war on terror, going on just outside their village. There are the growing influences and stresses of modernization. How will this society cope with such changes, and is there any hope for its survival? Social geographer Farida Azhar-Hewitt has spent months living in the Karakoram Mountains with the Balti women; now she presents her detailed study and firsthand experience in The Other Side of Silence: The Lives of Women in the Karakoram Mountains. Azhar-Hewitt takes a careful look at this mountain society—gaining recent media attention for its close proximity to the war on terror. Through the violence and fear, the Balti people have remained peaceful; the women have remained fruitful. Living as an insider, Azhar-Hewitt takes us behind the veil of these rural Muslim women, revealing a world of seclusion, community, and joy, despite all odds.


The other side of silence

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ISBN: UOM:39015008286158
Release Date: 1970
Number of pages: 128
Author: Jerzy Peterkiewicz
Publisher:

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The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105022832385
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 257
Author: Christine Carter
Publisher: Avocus Pub

Download and read online The Other Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB Women who have been date-raped reveal the singular pain of betrayal that compounds the brutal experience of sexual violence. Their personal accounts are then considered by health professionals who explain how to recognize factors common in rape situations, recommend methods for recovery, and answer frequently asked questions. Includes a state-by-state listing of rape crisis centers.


Prussian Blue

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ISBN: 9780698413139
Release Date: 2017-04-04
Number of pages: 544
Author: Philip Kerr
Publisher: Penguin

Download and read online Prussian Blue in PDF and EPUB From New York Times–bestselling author Philip Kerr, the much-anticipated return of Bernie Gunther, our compromised former Berlin bull and unwilling SS officer. With his cover blown, he is waiting for the next move in the cat-and-mouse game that, even a decade after Germany’s defeat, continues to shadow his life. The French Riviera, 1956: The invitation to dinner was not unexpected, though neither was it welcome. Erich Mielke, deputy head of the East German Stasi, has turned up in Nice, and he’s not on holiday. An old and dangerous adversary, Mielke is calling in a debt. He intends that Bernie go to London and, with the vial of Thallium he now pushes across the table, poison a female agent they both have had dealings with. But chance intervenes in the form of Friedrich Korsch, an old Kripo comrade now working for Stasi and probably there to make sure Bernie gets the job done. Bernie bolts for the German border. Traveling by night, holed up during the day, Bernie has plenty of down time to recall the last time Korsch and he worked together. It was the summer of 1939: At Hitler’s mountaintop retreat in Obersalzberg, the body of a low-level bureaucrat has been found murdered. Bernie and Korsch are selected to run the case. They have one week to solve the murder—Hitler is due back then to celebrate his fiftieth birthday. Lucky Bernie: it’s his reward for being Kripo’s best homicide detective. He knows what a box he’s in: millions have been spent to secure Obersalzberg. It would be a disaster if Hitler were to discover a shocking murder had been committed on the terrace of his own home. But the mountaintop is home to an elite Nazi community. It would be an even bigger disaster for Bernie if one of them was the murderer. 1939 and 1956: two different eras, seventeen years apart. And yet, not really apart, as the stunning climax will show when the two converge explosively.


This Side of Silence

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ISBN: 0812205235
Release Date: 2011-11-29
Number of pages: 232
Author: Tobias Kelly
Publisher: University of Pennsylvania Press

Download and read online This Side of Silence in PDF and EPUB We are accustomed to thinking of torture as the purposeful infliction of cruelty by public officials, and we assume that lawyers and clinicians are best placed to speak about its causes and effects. However, it has not always been so. The category of torture is a very specific way of thinking about violence, and our current understandings of the term are rooted in recent twentieth-century history. In This Side of Silence, social anthropologist Tobias Kelly argues that the tensions between post-Cold War armed conflict, human rights activism, medical notions of suffering, and concerns over immigration have produced a distinctively new way of thinking about torture, which is saturated with notions of law and trauma. This Side of Silence asks what forms of suffering and cruelty can be acknowledged when looking at the world through the narrow legal category of torture. The book focuses on the recent history of Britain but draws wider comparative conclusions, tracing attempts to recognize survivors and perpetrators across the fields of asylum, criminal law, international human rights, and military justice. In this thorough and eloquent ethnography, Kelly avoids treating the legal prohibition of torture as the inevitable product of progress and yet does not seek to dismiss the real differences it has made in concrete political struggles. Based on extensive archival research and ethnographic fieldwork, the book argues that the problem of recognition rests not in the inability of the survivor to communicate but in our inability to listen and take responsibility for the injustice before us.


The Other Side of Silence

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ISBN: 0646227297
Release Date: 1995
Number of pages: 33
Author: Ken Ford
Publisher:

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