TORTURED

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TORTURED

TORTURED

  • Author: Nicole Williams
  • Publisher: Nicole Williams
  • ISBN: N.A
  • Category: Fiction
  • Page: 350
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***SPECIAL RELEASE PRICING*** From New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author, Nicole Williams: When he left for a twelve-month deployment, she knew it would feel like forever before they saw each other again. She didn’t realize how right she was. When Lance Corporal Brecken Connolly gets taken as a POW, Camryn hopes for the best but steels herself for the worst. In the end, steel was what she needed to survive when he didn’t. She moves on the only way she knows how—gilding herself in more steel. Years go by. She builds a new life. She leaves the old one behind. Until one day, she sees the face of a ghost on the news. Brecken seems to have risen from the dead, but she knows she can’t perform the same miracle for herself. While Brecken was held in a torture camp for the past five years, she’s been trapped in her own kind of prison. The man she mourned comes back to join the living, but the girl he wanted to spend his life with isn’t the same woman he comes back for. Brecken isn’t the same person either. The past five years have changed them both. While he’s determined to put the pieces back together, she’s resolved to let hers rot where they shattered. Broken or not, Brecken wants her back. He’ll do anything to achieve that. Even if it means going against the warden of Camryn’s personal prison—her husband. *May contain sensitive content for some readers.*

Tortured Confessions

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Tortured Confessions

Tortured Confessions

Prisons and Public Recantations in Modern Iran

  • Author: Ervand Abrahamian
  • Publisher: Univ of California Press
  • ISBN: 9780520216235
  • Category: Political Science
  • Page: 279
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Of Suffocated Hearts and Tortured Souls

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Of Suffocated Hearts and Tortured Souls

Of Suffocated Hearts and Tortured Souls

Seeking Subjecthood Through Madness in Francophone Women's Writing of Africa and the Caribbean

  • Author: Valérie Orlando
  • Publisher: Lexington Books
  • ISBN: 9780739105634
  • Category: Literary Criticism
  • Page: 197
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A striking number of hysterical or insane female characters populate Francophone women's writing. To discover why, Orlando reads novels from a variety of cultures, teasing out key elements of Francophone identity struggles.

The Nation's Tortured Body

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The Nation's Tortured Body

The Nation's Tortured Body

Violence, Representation, and the Formation of a Sikh "Diaspora"

  • Author: Brian Keith Axel
  • Publisher: Duke University Press
  • ISBN: 9780822326151
  • Category: History
  • Page: 297
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A theoretical account of the formation of Sikh diaspora and Sikh nationalism, arguing that the diaspora, rather than originating from the nation, has a major role in the nation’s creation.

Tortured

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Tortured

Tortured

Abused and neglected by Britain’s most sadistic mum. This is my story of survival.

  • Author: Victoria Spry
  • Publisher: Random House
  • ISBN: 1473503531
  • Category: Biography & Autobiography
  • Page: 352
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As a child, Victoria Spry was brutally beaten, neglected and starved by the woman she called Mummy. To the outside world Eunice Spry was a devoted parent, but behind closed doors she was an evil tyrant. Instead of protecting, loving and caring for Victoria, she forced bleach and urine down her throat, knocked out her teeth, tied her up naked and made her live in squalor. It took eighteen years of heartache and despair before she found the courage to expose her mum. Tortured is Victoria’s gripping story of survival.

Stars Behind the Tortured Soul

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Stars Behind the Tortured Soul

Stars Behind the Tortured Soul

Using Astrology to Heal Past Life Memories of the Holocaust

  • Author: Miriam Slozberg
  • Publisher: Worthy Shorts Inc
  • ISBN: 193534076X
  • Category: History
  • Page: 330
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Tortured Artists

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Tortured Artists

Tortured Artists

From Picasso and Monroe to Warhol and Winehouse, the Twisted Secrets of the World's Most Creative Minds

  • Author: Christopher Zara
  • Publisher: Simon and Schuster
  • ISBN: 1440532117
  • Category: Reference
  • Page: 272
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Great art comes from great pain. Or that's the impression left by these haunting profiles. Pieced together, they form a revealing mosaic of the creative mind. It's like viewing an exhibit from the therapist's couch as each entry delves into the mental anguish that afflicts the artist and affects their art. The scope of the artists covered is as varied as their afflictions. Inside, you will find not just the creators of the darkest of dark literature, music, and art. While it does reveal what everyday problem kept Poe's pen to paper and the childhood catastrophe that kept Picasso on edge, it also uncovers surprising secrets of more unexpectedly tormented artists. From Charles Schultz's unrequited love to J.K. Rowling's fear of death, it's amazing the deep-seeded troubles that lie just beneath the surface of our favorite art. As much an appreciation of artistic genius as an accessible study of the creative psyche, Tortured Artists illustrates the fact that inner turmoil fuels the finest work.

Tortured for Christ

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Tortured for Christ

Tortured for Christ

50th Anniversary Edition

  • Author: Richard Wurmbrand
  • Publisher: David C Cook
  • ISBN: 0830772626
  • Category: Religion
  • Page: 169
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Richard Wurmbrand suffered 14 years in underground prison cells, months in solitary confinement, and years of physical torture. His only crimes were his fervent belief in Jesus Christ and his public witness for that faith. Richard Wurmbrand exposed the persecution of Christians by atheistic Communist governments—his testimony shocked the Western world. With over 10 million copies in 60 languages, this is an inspiring true story of faith that every Christian should read. In addition to the classic story, this 50th anniversary edition features: a foreword by George Verwer and Dale Rhoton, founders of Operation Mobilization an introduction by Merv Knight, a Wurmbrand historian an updated epilogue by The Voice of the Martyrs photographs of Richard and his wife, Sabina an excerpt of Richard’s testimony at a US Senate Subcommittee Hearing

Tortured Disdain

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Tortured Disdain

Tortured Disdain

  • Author: Cat Tyrson
  • Publisher: iUniverse
  • ISBN: 0595280994
  • Category: Body, Mind & Spirit
  • Page: 88
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These words have a very strange effect, the deeper you go, the more you feel the pain creeping into your soul. Cat Tyrson knows what bothers you, and he isn't afraid to let you know. He says the things that all of us want to say, but just can't seem to spit out. Warning: This collection is not for the meek. It is real horror. It is a journey through one person's Hell, yet all of us go with him. You will never look in a mirror the same way again. For that matter, you may not view your own life the same either. Read it. Then read it slowly. Then read it again. The horror will come straight to the surface. Literally amazing.

Tortured Subjects

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Tortured Subjects

Tortured Subjects

Pain, Truth, and the Body in Early Modern France

  • Author: Lisa Silverman
  • Publisher: University of Chicago Press
  • ISBN: 9780226757520
  • Category: History
  • Page: 296
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At one time in Europe, there was a point to pain: physical suffering could be a path to redemption. This religious notion suggested that truth was lodged in the body and could be achieved through torture. In Tortured Subjects, Lisa Silverman tells the haunting story of how this idea became a fixed part of the French legal system during the early modern period. Looking closely at the theory and practice of judicial torture in France from 1600 to 1788, the year in which it was formally abolished, Silverman revisits dossiers compiled in criminal cases, including transcripts of interrogations conducted under torture, as well as the writings of physicians and surgeons concerned with the problem of pain, records of religious confraternities, diaries and letters of witnesses to public executions, and the writings of torture's abolitionists and apologists. She contends that torture was at the center of an epistemological crisis that forced French jurists and intellectuals to reconsider the relationship between coercion and sincerity, or between free will and evidence. As the philosophical consensus on which torture rested broke down, and definitions of truth and pain shifted, so too did the foundation of torture, until by the eighteenth century, it became an indefensible practice.