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Affliction

Affliction ebook ISBN: 2811238913
Publisher: Milady
Author: Laurell K. Hamilton
Number of Pages: 760 
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Une aventure d’Anita Blake, tueuse de vampires Il y a des zombies qu’on relève. D’autres qu’il faut abattre. Jusqu’à maintenant, j’ai toujours considéré les zombies comme un peu dérangeants, mais pas comme dangereux. Jamais je n’avais entendu dire qu’ils pouvaient provoquer la mort dans d’atroces souffrances. Mais tout vient de changer. Le père de Micah est mourant, atteint d’une maladie étrange que les médecins hésitent encore à appeler « zombification ». Les zombies sont mon gagne-pain, mais ceux-là ne ressemblent à rien de connu. Ils chassent en plein jour et sont aussi forts et rapides que des vampires. S’ils vous mordent, vous devenez comme eux... Jusqu’où ça ira ? Même moi, je l’ignore.

Affliction

Affliction ebook ISBN: 2906323187
Publisher: GREUPP
Author: Alain Braconnier,Philippe Jeammet,Philippe Gutton,Bernard Brusset,Michel Hanus,Jean Guillaumin,François Ladame,Eglé Laufer,Moses Laufer,Francis Pasche
Number of Pages: 204 
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Cette monographie réunit des textes déjà publiés dans la revue Adolescence, dans des numéros aujourd'hui épuisés. Les questions de la dépression et de la dépressivité y sont débattues avec, pour point de visée, la description d'un cadre psychothérapique adapté. L'approche est résolument psychanalytique.

La réalité dépasse l'affliction

La réalité dépasse l'affliction ebook ISBN: 2810415633
Publisher: Editions Prisma
Author: Romain Tello
Number of Pages: 188 
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Découvrez ce recueil hilarant d'authentiques perles de collégiens collectées depuis dix ans par un professeur de français ! Un véritable moment de plaisir face aux trouvailles pittoresques et truculentes – souvent involontaires – de nos écoliers. Entre définitions mal comprises, expressions approximatives et connaissances confuses, cet ouvrage en forme d'ardoise réunit de vraies perles de collégiens, collectées durant ces dix dernières années par un professeur de français. Témoignant d'une certaine naïveté et créativité, ces citations réinventent la langue française et foisonnent de figures de style inédites ! D'accident à zoologie, cette compilation décapante classe avec humour les bourdes dans un abécédaire thématique. " La perle, avec ses calembours involontaires, n'est pas la " fiente de l'esprit " dénigrée par Victor Hugo. Ce n'est pas le reflet de la bêtise non plus, cette bêtise qui fascinait Gustave Flaubert jusqu'à la répulsion. La perle est une trouvaille involontaire, tant il est vrai que " ça ne s'invente pas ". Essayez de faire aussi bien, vous aurez tout le mal du monde. " Romain Tello [Catastrophe] Un banc de panique souffla sur la banque. [Astronomie] Toutes les cinq minutes, le soleil disparaît de plus en plus. [Aventure] Le bateau est une épave car il a navigué trop près de la mer. [Correspondance] Une lettre anonyme : c'est une lettre sans personnalité ou sans nom d'hauteur.

Affliction - Les Enquêtes d'Arthur Vaillant, tome 3

Affliction - Les Enquêtes d'Arthur Vaillant, tome 3 ebook ISBN: 2379601992
Publisher: Les Editions Livresque
Author: Jean-Sébastien Pouchard
Number of Pages: 296 
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Décembre 2019, un cadavre est découvert roué de coups sur la scène du grand théâtre à Bordeaux après la dernière représentation du Rigoletto de Verdi. Au même moment, à Dijon, la police est sollicitée au sujet d’un meurtre resté impuni dix-neuf ans après les faits. S’enclenche alors pour Mathilde Danjou et Arthur Vaillant une course contre la montre pour tenter de stopper un assassin sadique avant que les fêtes de Noël ne tournent au cauchemar.

Affliction

Affliction ebook ISBN: 1664124675
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Author: Channel Mendoza
Number of Pages: 72 
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Affliction was written based on trauma, pain, and heartache in the form of poetry. I took my life’s struggles and made poems. I have been doing that my whole life. Whenever I was sad, mad, happy, or even confused, a man who became a father figure to me and a mentor would tell me to put it in a notebook. With his encouragement, that’s where it began. For the past thirty years, I battled so many demons. The title Affliction is defined as pain and suffering. I want my pages to speak my truth but also connect with my readers. I feel the hurt you’re feeling. Mentally and physically, I have been through a lot in this life. You’re not alone. I am diabetic, and at times I battle fear and so many emotions while dealing with injections. I have been a type 1 diabetic since the age of six. But through all my afflictions, I am here, I am a survivor. Without those afflictions, I wouldn’t be the mother . . . wife . . . sister . . . best friend . . . daughter . . . granddaughter . . . college graduate . . . career-driven woman that I am today. I can say, “Yes, I made it!” I made it through all that pain, and even despite being sabotaged at times throughout my career. Every day, as the sun sets and I open my eyes, I am working on being a better me. I want my readers to know that no matter the race, ethnicity, or sex, when you’re battling so much and can’t fathom the thought of existing or want to give up, I want you to know that I see you, you will get through this, and I love you.

Fictions of Affliction

Fictions of Affliction ebook ISBN: 9780472025961
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
Author: Martha Stoddard Holmes
Number of Pages: 248 
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"Highly recommended . . . Holmes moves seamlessly from novelists like Charles Dickens to sociologists like Henry Mayhew to autobiographers like John Kitto." ---Choice "An absolutely stunning book that will make a significant contribution to both Victorian literary studies and disability studies." ---Rosemarie Garland-Thomson, Emory University "Establishes that Victorian melodrama informs many of our contemporary notions of disability . . . We have inherited from the Victorians not pandemic disability, but rather the complex of sympathy and fear." ---Victorian Studies Tiny Tim, Clym Yeobright, Long John Silver---what underlies nineteenth-century British literature's fixation with disability? Melodramatic representations of disability pervaded not only novels, but also doctors' treatises on blindness, educators' arguments for "special" education, and even the writing of disabled people themselves. Drawing on extensive primary research, Martha Stoddard Holmes introduces readers to popular literary and dramatic works that explored culturally risky questions like "can disabled men work?" and "should disabled women have babies?" and makes connections between literary plots and medical, social, and educational debates of the day. Martha Stoddard Holmes is Associate Professor of Literature and Writing Studies at California State University, San Marcos.

Affliction

Affliction ebook ISBN: 1441214984
Publisher: Baker Books
Author: Edith Schaeffer
Number of Pages: 250 
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Edith Schaeffer comes directly to grips with the eternal question of why we face suffering and affliction in this life, showing us how to trust in God alone for comfort.

Affliction

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Publisher: Kelly Mooney
Author: Kelly Mooney
Number of Pages: 300 
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He couldn’t save her—he wanted to. He tried—he failed. For seven years Brody blamed himself for not saving the one girl who ever touched his heart—Samantha Ashburn. That one night altered his life and changed the man he always thought he’d be. Turning to drugs, sex and violence was never part of his plan, but neither was losing his mother or failing Samantha. Brody found solace within his club, the South Street Crew and their criminal activities. He knew one day he’d walk away either in jail, fleeing, or dead. When Samantha stumbled back into his life on his best friend’s arm, Brody felt the instant connection he’d always experienced when she was near. Forced to claim her in order to protect her from the mafia’s son and his best friend was the only way he knew how to protect her. He refused to lose her a second time. But she wasn’t safe—not in his world. He’d do anything to save her. Anything.

Seeing the Joy in Affliction

Seeing the Joy in Affliction ebook ISBN: 0595328571
Publisher: iUniverse
Author: Michael Shelley
Number of Pages: 132 
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Based on the author's personal experience with physical and emotional affliction, including terminal brain cancer, Seeing the Joy in Affliction deals with the tough questions: Why do Christians suffer? Is it a lack of faith? Is suffering part of God's plan for us? How do we respond in obedience to various kinds of suffering? What is the secret in unleashing God's power in the midst of our suffering? How do we minister to others when we are suffering? Learn the ultimate secret for dealing with these and other essential questions about growing in your faith.

The Good Which Comes Out of the Evil of Affliction

The Good Which Comes Out of the Evil of Affliction ebook ISBN: 1938721306
Publisher: Puritan Publications
Author: Nathaniel Vincent
Number of Pages: 125 
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In this work Vincent treats affliction as a present sent from God to his people. Most Christians struggle with being chastised by God, or afflicted in a frowning providence. But the Bible teaches that God does this to cause his people to shine forth his glory. The Scriptures are filled with directives of how to suffer for the sake of God’s name and glory. Vincent teaches from Psalm 110:71, “It is good for me that I have been afflicted, that I might learn thy statutes.” He shows that the saints are afflicted for their good, and that the rod of God is a means to make his Word to be better learned. He clearly demonstrates that afflictions are of God’s own sending and will, whose goodness is manifested in the very act of sending them in the first place. This is a treatise that will humble the Christian and bring him closer to understanding the sovereign power of Jesus Christ. This work is not a scan or facsimile, has been carefully transcribed by hand being made easy to read in modern English, and has an active table of contents for electronic versions.

Touch to Affliction

Touch to Affliction ebook ISBN: 9781552451755
Publisher: Coach House Books
Author: Nathalie Stephens,Nathanaël
Number of Pages: 85 
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From the ruins of poetry, fiction and philosophy comes Touch To Affliction, a meditation on the notion of homeland, on patrie and the inhumanity that arises from it. This is a text obsessed with ruins: the ruins of genre, of language, of the city, of the body. The history of the twentieth century is a history of barbarism, and Stephens walks, like a flÃf¢neur, through its midst, experiencing through her ownbody the crumbled buildings, the dessicated cities, the eviscerated language and humanity of our time, calling out in passing to those before her who have contemplated atrocity: Martin Buber, Henryk Gorecki, Simone Weil. In the end, it considers what we are left with - indeed, what is left of us - as both participants in and heirs to the twentieth century. Insistently political but never polemical, Touch To Affliction, at the interstices of thought andtheunnameable, is at once lament, accusation and elegy. Praise for Paper City: 'Understanding is almost antithetical to the project Stephens seems to have assigned herself, that of unraveling or radically altering our sense of logic, of language, of narrative, of body, of desire, of words on paper. She wants the book to burn in our hands and, indeed, it does.' - NewPages

Imperial Affliction

Imperial Affliction ebook ISBN: 9781433108723
Publisher: Peter Lang
Author: Thomas Simmons
Number of Pages: 182 
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Ana nacio en Oviedo. Espana. hace mas anos de los que le gustaria. pero menos de los que piensa la gente. Paso su infancia y gran parte de su juventud en Madrid. En 1989 se fue a vivir a Nueva York donde se caso, tuvo tres hijos (que de alguna manera que ella no acaba de comprender se hicieron adolescentes). y empezo su carrera como autora, editora y traductora de de libros. En las pocas ocasiones en las que no esta delante de su ordenador escribiendo, contestando e-mails, hablando o descargando fotos, se dedica a jugar y entrenar a un labrador para que se convierta un dia en un gran perro-guia de ciegos. "In many ways," Robert J.C. Young writes, "colonization from the very first carried with it the seeds of its own destruction." Imperial Affliction examines some ways in which Young's observation could be applied to problems of subjectivity and influence within the colonizing nations themselves, particularly eighteenth-century Britain. How might these "seeds of destruction" manifest themselves as problems of identity? How might the very selves with greatest access to self-affirmation---the idea of the empire, the idea of British citizenry, the idea of the British self---actually find themselves vulnerable, confused, or damaged? Using multiple forms of postcolonial critique, this book turns back to salient eighteenth-century British lives and work for a different kind of enlightenment. Among its central subjects are the elusive subjectivity of William Collins; the exilic religious experience of William Cowper and its multiple readings in the twentieth century by a self-fashioned exilic, Donald Davie; the "missed encounter" between Christopher Smart and Samuel Johnson, and the ways in which that problem was re-inscribed in the work of W. Jackson Bate and Lionel Trilling; the problem of imperial fixity in James Cook's journals with a view to Gray's "Elegy" and Gold-smith's "Deserted Village"; and the problem of purity as a paradoxically privileged and exilic force in the work of John Newton and Christopher Smart. In these explorations, this book illustrates both an expanded view of eighteenth-century colonial liabilities and a new emphasis on postcolonial critique as a means of exploring the fissures always present in imperial ambition.