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Encountering Depression

Author: Andrew Procter
Publisher: SPCK
ISBN: 0281067392
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Clinical depression is an illness, a medical condition. This means two things. First, we do not need to blame ourselves. Second, we can get better' From Chapter 1 These encouraging thoughts are the starting point of this compassionate and practical volume. In twenty short chapters, it looks at common questions and worries, such as 'What is depression', 'Does it run in my family? 'Why doesn't God heal me', 'Why do I keep thinking of ending it all' and 'How can I help myself' After providing key information on each topic in question, the authors offer engaging real-life stories and quotations, material for reflection drawn from biblical and contemporary sources and a simple exercise to try to help the depressed reader feel better. Carers, friends and relatives of those suffering from depression will also benefit from the book, particularly the chapter entitled 'What can I do to help'.

Encounters

Author: Joshua Kay Schaeffer
Publisher: neobooks
ISBN: 3742784463
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Ellis, a lonely dreamer, harassed by his family and bullied by his classmates. Together with his secret girlfriend Natalie, he wants to break out of his life. Leon Ludwig, Noemi and Cassandra tread the most difficult way through the drug lair that no-one can imagine. Benjamin Foster - young, lost, alcoholic. Only the meeting with the small Crystal will change his life forever. Three stories, three dramas by Joshua Kay Schaeffer, that meet in this anthology. ELLIS BAXTER, LEON LUDWIG and THE FINAL STATION are the author's greatest books. They tackle taboo themes in an authentic and realistic way, and should give the reader a sad, emotional, but also hopeful look at the truth of life. Do not look away. Listen to them and become part of their stories, for these three novels are those that are closer to the author than any of his other books.

Encounters With Hellenism Electronic Resource

Author: Cilliers Breytenbach
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 9789004125261
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This volume presents five essays on the ancient rhetorical background of the First Letter of Clement. It contains reprints of classical studies by Harnack, Jaeger and van Unnik, furthermore two new essays presented by the editors C. Breytenbach and L. Welborn.

Deadly Encounters

Author: Barbara Smith
Publisher: Dundurn
ISBN: 1459717821
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Eight intriguing Alberta crimes are dramatically presented in this well-researched book.

The Company Of Animals

Author: Michael J. Rosen
Publisher: Doubleday Books
ISBN: 9780385468176
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Twenty stories, by such writers as Italo Calvino, Maxine Kumin, and Ethan Canin, look at human interactions with wild animals, such as elephants and deer, and semi-domesticated creatures, including gerbils and cows.

Encounter With Memory

Author: Rhina Toruño-Haensly
Publisher: Palibrio
ISBN: 9781463304553
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[This book Encounter with Memory] is “authoritative biographical information on Garro” Latin American Women Writers an Encyclopedia by Maria Cludia André @ Eva Paulina Bueno Eds. Routledge, New York and London, 2008 p194 Encounter with Memory..., which resulted in a recollection of events to rebuild a puzzle left by Elena Garro. The valuable information that the book delivers emerged from many intense and enriching conversations between Elena Garro and the critic, Rhina Toruño, in which Garro tells unedited intimate details and surprising events of her life. Dr Mara Garcia, Brigham Young University, Chasqui Journal of the Latin-American Literature .Vol34 # 1, May 2005, 219. “The fascinating biography of a woman who dared to question the government and politics of her time , has been compiled in Toruño’s book Encounter with Memory: Elena Garro Recounts her Life Story to Rhina Toruño...” Myra Salcedo of the UTPB Public Information Office OAOA April 10, 2005 7D.

Every Love Story Is A Ghost Story

Author: D. T. Max
Publisher: Penguin
ISBN: 1101601116
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The acclaimed New York Times–bestselling biography and “emotionally detailed portrait of the artist as a young man” (Michiko Kakutani, The New York Times) Since his untimely death by suicide at the age of forty-six in 2008, David Foster Wallace has become more than the representative writer of his literary generation—he has become a symbol of sincerity and honesty in an inauthentic age, a figure whose reputation and reach grow by the day. In this compulsively readable biography, D. T. Max charts Wallace’s tormented, anguished, and often triumphant battle to succeed as a novelist as he fights off depression and addiction to emerge with his masterpiece, Infinite Jest. Written with the cooperation of Wallace family members and friends and with access to hundreds of Wallace’s unpublished letters, manuscripts, and journals, this revelatory biography illuminates the unique connections between Wallace’s life and his fiction in a gripping and deeply moving narrative that will transfix readers.

American Literature S Aesthetic Dimensions

Author: Cindy Weinstein
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231520778
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Rethinking the category of aesthetics in light of recent developments in literary theory and social criticism, the contributors to this volume showcase the interpretive possibilities available to those who bring politics, culture, ideology, and conceptions of identity into their critiques. Essays combine close readings of individual works and authors with more theoretical discussions of aesthetic theory and its relation to American literature. In their introduction, Weinstein and Looby argue that aesthetics never left American literary critique. Instead, the essay casts the current "return to aesthetics" as the natural consequence of shortcomings in deconstruction and new historicism, which led to a reconfiguration of aesthetics. Subsequent essays demonstrate the value and versatility of aesthetic considerations in literature, from eighteenth-century poetry to twentieth-century popular music. Organized into four groups—politics, form, gender, and theory—contributors revisit the canonical works of Henry James, Nathaniel Hawthorne, and Stephen Crane, introduce the overlooked texts of Constance Fenimore Woolson and Earl Lind, and unpack the complexities of the music of The Carpenters. Deeply rooted in an American context, these essays explore literature's aesthetic dimensions in connection to American liberty and the formation of political selfhood. Contributors include Edward Cahill, Ivy G. Wilson, June Ellison, Dorri Beam, Christopher Castiglia, Christopher Looby, Wendy Steiner, Cindy Weinstein, Trish Loughran, Jonathan Freedman, Elisa New, Dorothy Hale, Mary Esteve, Eric Lott, Sianne Ngai

A Miraculous Life

Author: Bruce Van Natta
Publisher: Charisma Media
ISBN: 1616386797
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A Miraculous Life tells of the miracles that Bruce Van Natta has personally experienced, including when he received a hug from Jesus at age five, when God called his name in a church service at nineteen, and when he saw the angels sent to save his life during an out-of-body experience at the point of death. Each encounter is given as an example of the knowledge and insights he has learned within the context of Scripture.