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Breaking Silence

Author : Rohit Shetty
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First Published in India in 2011 by First Step Publishing 1301 Garnet Nirmal Lifestyles Ph 2 Behind Nirmal Lifestyles Mall LBS Marg Mulund West Mumbai 400080 E-Mail:- [email protected] Editorial / Sales / Marketing Office at 1301 Garnet Nirmal Lifestyles Ph 2 Behind Nirmal Lifestyles Mall LBS Marg Mulund West Mumbai 400080 Copyright © Rohit Shetty All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in or introduced into retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronically, mechanically, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the publisher . Any person who does an unauthorized act in relation to this publication may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages ISBN: - 978-81-922670-0-5 Book Editor: Rohit Shetty Design Editor: Rohit Shetty Typeset in Book Antique About the Author Rohit Shetty Academically a Chemical Engineer. He is an Author of the book "Silent Voices" published in the year 2011. Born and brought up in Mumbai. Rohit started writing at the age of twelve. He wrote for himself and dreamt of being a published author since childhood. When in school a particular friend of his gave him a technique to remember things in a rhythmic form. While doing this for a geography lesson it turned out to be poetry. That was the day in school and today he has a collection of 450+ English Poems. His one poem has been published in "The International Book of Poetry" in the year 2001 and also in the book "Silent Solitude" by Kevin Lavin "An Anthology of poems by amateur poets". His few poems were published in Mulund Plus (NOW KNOWN AS MULUND AND POWAI PLUS) a sub division of The Times of India in the year 2004. Writing became his passion which he mostly does when the night sleeps. Dr Shilpa Beri

Breaking Silence

Author : Linda Castillo
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The New York Times bestselling series hailed as "gripping" (People magazine) and "compelling" (USA Today) returns with Police Chief Kate Burkholder called to the scene of a horrific tragedy on a peaceful Amish farm. The Slabaugh family are model Amish farmers, prosperous and hardworking, with four children and a happy extended family. When the parents and an uncle are found dead in their barn, it appears to be a gruesome accident: methane gas asphyxiation caused by a poorly ventilated cesspit. But in the course of a routine autopsy, the coroner discovers that one of the victims suffered a head wound before death—clearly, foul play was involved. But who would want to make orphans of the Slabaughs' children? And is this murder somehow related to a recent string of shocking hate crimes against the Amish? Having grown up Amish, Kate is determined to bring the killer to justice. Because the other series of attacks are designated hate crimes, the state sends in agent John Tomasetti, with whom Kate has a long and complex relationship. Together, they search for the link between the crimes—and uncover a dark secret at work beneath the placid surface of this idyllic Amish community. Chock full of twists and chills and set against the unusual world of the Amish, this series "will delight fans of Chelsea Cain and Thomas Harris" (USA Today).

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Author : Rohit Shetty
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Some Emotions are better left unsaid But at times you feel that it would have been better if you had said it. Here are some of the unsaid feelings and emotions penned down in form of poetry. The book Breaking Silence is the series of books that contain these unsaid emotions and feelings.

Breaking Silence 3

Author : Rohit Shetty
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Some Emotions are better left unsaid But at times you feel that it would have been better if you had said it. Here are some of the unsaid feelings and emotions penned down in form of poetry. The book Breaking Silence is the series of books that contain these unsaid emotions and feelings.

Breaking Silence breaking Taboos

Author : Marie-Elise Wheatwind
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Breaking Silence Before the Lord

Author : E. Lee Phillips
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Breaking Silence

Author : Teresita V. Barrameda
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Survivor Prayers

Author : Catherine J. Foote
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Gathers prayers and meditations designed to help survivors of child sexual abuse come to terms with their feelings and understand their relationship with God

Silence in Modern Literature and Philosophy

Author : Thomas Gould
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This book discusses the elusive centrality of silence in modern literature and philosophy, focusing on the writing and theory of Jean-Luc Nancy and Roland Barthes, the prose of Samuel Beckett, and the poetry of Wallace Stevens. It suggests that silence is best understood according to two categories: apophasis and reticence. Apophasis is associated with theology, and relates to a silence of ineffability and transcendence; reticence is associated with phenomenology, and relates to a silence of listenership and speechlessness. In a series of diverse though interrelated readings, the study examines figures of broken silence and silent voice in the prose of Samuel Beckett, the notion of shared silence in Jean-Luc Nancy and Roland Barthes, and ways in which the poetry of Wallace Stevens mounts lyrical negotiations with forms of unsayability and speechlessness.

Subjects of Slavery Agents of Change

Author : Kari J. Winter
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In Subjects of Slavery, Agents of Change Kari J. Winter compares the ways in which two marginalized genres of women's writing - female Gothic novels and slave narratives - represent the oppression of women and their resistance to oppression. Analyzing the historical contexts in which Gothic novels and slave narratives were written, Winter shows that both types of writing expose the sexual politics at the heart of patriarchal culture and both represent the terrifying aspects of life for women. Female Gothic novelists such as Emily and Charlotte Bronte, Ann Radcliffe, and Mary Shelley uncover the terror of the familiar - the routine brutality and injustice of the patriarchal family and of conventional religion, as well as the intersecting oppressions of gender and class. They represent the world as, in Mary Wollstonecraft's words, "a vast prison" in which women are "born slaves." Writing during the same period, Harriet Jacobs, Nancy Prince, and other former slaves in the United States expose the "all-pervading corruption" of southern slavery. Their narratives combine strident attacks on the patriarchal order with criticism of white women's own racism and classism. These texts challenge white women to repudiate their complicity in a racist culture and to join their black sisters in a war against the "peculiar institution." Winter explores as well the ways that Gothic heroines and slave women resisted subjugation. Moments of escape from the horrors of patriarchal domination provide the protagonists with essential periods of respite from pain. Because this escape is never more than temporary, however, both types of narrative conclude tensely. The novelists refuse to affirm either hope or despair, thereby calling into question conventional endings of marriage or death. And although slave narratives were typically framed by white-authored texts, containment of the black voice did not diminish the inherent revolutionary conclusion of antislavery writing. According to Winter, both Gothic novels and slave narratives suggest that although women are victims and mediators of the dominant order they also can become agents of historical change.