Author: Elaine Scarry Professor of English and American Literature Harvard UniversityPublish On: 1994-08-16
The concluding sentence of the narrative informs us that during that prison
meeting between Henry and Rachel immediately following Francis's death, Rachel takes and begins to wear on her heart not Francis's locket but Henry's
Author: Elaine Scarry Professor of English and American Literature Harvard University
She can feel Jenny resisting Rachel's forward motion, and a terrified, almost
animal sound is escaping her mouth. “Stop it!” Rachel whispers hotly, shoving
her friend forward. Now they're practically running headlong into darkness,
Author: Jason Bovberg
Publisher: Permuted Press
Rachel is 19. She doesn’t know how to handle her new stepmother, let alone the end of the world. But after finding her stepmother dead, Rachel is suddenly racing against time—and terrifying, unnatural forces—to survive a gruesome apocalyptic event. Outside her door, the college town of Fort Collins, Colorado, is filled with corpses, and something unfathomable is happening to those bodies. And it’s only just begun. As Rachel struggles to comprehend her horrible new reality, she’ll need to find answers to questions she never thought she’d ask—all while desperately searching for her lost father, on whom she pins all her hopes for coming out of this phenomenon alive and intact. But nothing will be as it seems.
Martha stood there stiffly, her face gray, every bone in her body stubbornly resisting Rachel. She cast a baleful look at Adam, but one glance around the
room told her that she had no choice. As gracefully as she could, she nodded
and said, ...
Author: Gilbert Morris
Publisher: Baker Books
This series trails the Winslow family through generations of American history, depicting key moments from the eyes of characters experiencing them firsthand. Collection I includes books 1 - 10. 1 The Honorable Imposter 2 The Captive Bride 3 The Indentured Heart 4 The Gentle Rebel 5 The Saintly Buccaneer 6 The Holy Warrior 7 The Reluctant Bridegroom 8 The Last Confederate 9 The Dixie Widow 10 The Wounded Yankee
Rachel's lip that curls , And Rachel's blood that mantles in her face , Evince the
mind , that kings her ancestors Might in ... Nachor . Doth Zedekiah rightly in resisting ? Rachel . Art Nachor ? Or rather some Chaldean who hath ta'en His
form and ...
There were a few too many signs of Rachel's care hanging around, but Ann
harbored no unusual struggle. Even she was amazed that love had taught her
better. There was no way of resisting Rachel's bright eyes, her wiggly, long legs,
Author: Ann Stewart Porter
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
Which do you want us to save, your wife or your son? Your daughter is profoundly retarded. She is blind, deaf and will remain on a three month old infant level all her life...which we give to be two, maybe four years from now. Some days, aspirations, affirmations and one good aspirin is enough. For other days, you may need to know the secret of living in the Joy, of embracing the Grace of knowing how to live out your Faith in the most practical way. Knowing God does not make us exempt from hideous scars, shame, disfigurements or debatable issues. Already muddled with grief, frustration and struggles, I felt The Great Whisperer tug at my spirit. What was it He wanted this time?
Rachel Wagner The home key we are familiar with from the very first computer
keyboards had avery specific function. Using the home key was often theeasiest
way to reorient, to see the beginningof a linear document andmove through it in a
Author: Mr Daniel Boscaljon
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
People often overlook the uncanny nature of homecomings, writing off the experience of finding oneself at home in a strange place or realizing that places from our past have grown strange. This book challenges our assumptions about the value of home, arguing for the ethical value of our feeling displaced and homeless in the 21st century. Home is explored in places ranging from digital keyboards to literary texts, and investigates how we mediate our homecomings aesthetically through cultural artifacts (art, movies, television shows) and conceptual structures (philosophy, theology, ethics, narratives). In questioning the place of home in human lives and the struggles involved with defining, defending, naming and returning to homes, the volume collects and extends ideas about home and homecomings that will inform traditional problems in novel ways.
Chapter 26 Rachel yawned. ... Rachel had been so groggy from not sleeping that
she hadn't been paying attention, allowing Violet's blow to take her completely ... Resisting, Rachel had learned, earned her a whipping followed by Chapter 26.
Author: Terry Goodkind
Publisher: Tor Books
Bestselling author Terry Goodkind's epic Sword of Truth series continues with the next stunning installment, Phantom On the day she awoke remembering nothing but her name, Kahlan Amnell became the most dangerous woman alive. For everyone else, that was the day that the world began to end. As her husband, Richard, desperately searches for his beloved, whom only he remembers, he knows that if she doesn't soon discover who she really is, she will unwittingly become the instrument that will unleash annihilation. But Kahlan learns that if she ever were to unlock the truth of her lost identity, then evil itself would finally possess her, body and soul. If she is to survive in a murky world of deception and betrayal, where life is not only cheap but fleeting, Kahlan must find out why she is such a central figure in the war-torn world swirling around her. What she uncovers are secrets darker than she could ever have imagined. At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.
Sapphira's daughter Rachel Blake pays a visit to her mother and discovers her
cruelly exercising her authority over the enslaved young woman: "As she went
down the long carpeted passage toward Mrs. Colbert's bedchamber, she heard
'I don't care how you do it,' Rachel Moody told Reid as they got out of the car, 'but
get him to resist arrest. That's the only way we're going to be able to hold him
long enough to put the fear of God into him.' Sergeant Reid nodded. He liked that
Author: Jane McLoughlin
Publisher: Severn House Publishers Ltd
A modern housing estate hides a terrible secret in this gritty crime novel from a respected journalist - The scene of a particularly brutal crime back in 1568, the ancient Somerset village of Catcombe has now been transformed into a modern housing estate where the neighbours keep to themselves, terrorized by the resident ‘problem family’. When a young vicar is savagely beaten to death, DCI Rachel Moody finds it impossible to make headway in the ensuing investigation amid the pervading climate of fear. But it becomes increasingly clear that more than one resident has something to hide, and a terrible confrontation seems inevitable . . .
certainly come, and the salutary exhaustion of Rachel's resisting powers would
as certainly follow. I am not ignorant that old Mr. Ablewhite has the reputation
generally (especially among his inferiors) of being a remarkably goodnatured
Author: Wilkie Collins
Publisher: Broadview Press
Intrigue, investigations, thievery, drugs and murder all make an appearance in Collins’s classic who-done-it, The Moonstone. Published in serial form in 1868, it was inspired in part by a spectacular murder case widely reported in the early 1860s. Collins’s story revolves around a diamond stolen from a Hindu holy place. On her eighteenth birthday, Rachel Verinder receives the diamond, but by the following morning the stone has been stolen again. As the story unravels through multiple eyewitness accounts, the elderly Sergeant Cuff—with a face “sharp as a hatchet”—looks for the culprit. One of Collins’s best-loved novels, with an exciting plot moved along by deftly-drawn characters and elegant pacing, The Moonstone was also turned into a play by Collins; the play appears as an appendix to this edition.
Mol , Arthur P . J . , and David A . Sonnenfeld . ( Eds . ) . 2000 . Ecological
Modernization Around the World . London : Frank Cass . Montague , Peter . 1987
. “ Garbage Ship Wanders the Oceans Searching for Safe Place to Dump . ” Rachel ' s ...
Author: David N. Pellow
Publisher: Mit Press
Every year, nations and corporations in the "global North" produce millionsof tons of toxic waste. Too often this hazardous material--linked to high rates of illness and deathand widespread ecosystem damage--is exported to poor communities of color around the world. InResisting Global Toxics, David Naguib Pellow examines this practice and charts the emergence oftransnational environmental justice movements to challenge and reverse it. Pellow argues that wastedumping across national boundaries from rich to poor communities is a form of transnationalenvironmental inequality that reflects North/South divisions in a globalized world, and that it mustbe theorized in the context of race, class, nation, and environment. Building on environmentaljustice studies, environmental sociology, social movement theory, and race theory, and drawing onhis own research, interviews, and participant observations, Pellow investigates the phenomenon ofglobal environmental inequality and considers the work of activists, organizations, and networksresisting it. He traces the transnational waste trade from its beginnings in the 1980s to thepresent day, examining global garbage dumping, the toxic pesticides that are the legacy of the GreenRevolution in agriculture, and today's scourge of dumping and remanufacturing high tech andelectronics products. The rise of the transnational environmental movements described in ResistingGlobal Toxics charts a pragmatic path toward environmental justice, human rights, andsustainability.David Naguib Pellow is Professor in the Ethnic Studies Department and Director ofCalifornia Cultures in Comparative Perspective at the University of California, San Diego. Among hisbooks are the award-winning Garbage Wars: The Struggle for Environmental Justice in Chicago (MITPress, 2002) and Power, Justice, and the Environment: A Critical Appraisal of the EnvironmentalJustice Movement (coedited with Robert Brulle; MIT Press, 2005).
Resisting Normal RACHEL EPSTEIN Almost fifteen years ago I wrote an article (
Epstein 1996) suggesting the importance of paying attention to the complexity of
the experience of lesbian parents and their children, in an effort to avoid creating
Author: Andrea O'Reilly
Publisher: Columbia University Press
Category: Social Science
A pioneer of modern motherhood studies, Andrea O'Reilly explores motherhood's current representation and practice, considering developments that were unimaginable decades ago: the Internet, interracial surrogacy, raising transchildren, male mothering, intensive mothering, queer parenting, the applications of new biotechnologies, and mothering in the post-9/11 era. Her work pulls together a range of disciplines and themes in motherhood studies. She confronts the effects of globalization, HIV/AIDS, welfare reform, politicians as mothers, third wave feminism, and the evolving motherhood movement, and she incorporates Chicana, African-American, Canadian, Muslim, queer, low-income, trans, and lesbian perspectives.
Rachel Rosenthal: Performance Texts Rachel Rosenthal Una Chaudhuri. in my
life, points of opportunities, or structured discordance between ... I circled a few
times, resisting. But when I looked back, the moon shone exactly above that deep
Author: Rachel Rosenthal
Publisher: A&C Black
Category: Social Science
Rachel Rosenthal is an internationally recognised pioneer in the field of feminist and ecological performance art. Her revolutionary performance technique integrates text, movement, voice, choreography, improvisation, inventive costuming, dramatic lighting and wildly imaginative sets into an unforgettable theatre experience. In the last twenty years she has presented over thirty-five pieces nationally and internationally. She has been called 'a monument and a marvel' and critically ranked with Robert Wilson, Richard Foreman, Ping Chong, Meredith Monk and Laurie Anderson. Her work is passionately dedicated to interrogating, illuminating and improving the relationship between human beings and the planet we share with so many other species. Her performances explore and embody the long history and urgent future of this deeply troubled relationship, and use viscerally compelling performance to draw us into a direct experience of the beauty and power of our lives in nature.
Indeed, the book suggests that faith in God can help people resist its allure.
When Mr. Montgomery, one of Phelan's lawyers, first contacts World Tribes to find Rachel's whereabouts, he explains that she has inherited significant wealth.
Author: Sarah E. Ruble
Publisher: UNC Press Books
In the decades after World War II, Protestant missionaries abroad were a topic of vigorous public debate. From religious periodicals and Sunday sermons to novels and anthropological monographs, public conversations about missionaries followed a powerful yet paradoxical line of reasoning, namely that people abroad needed greater autonomy from U.S. power and that Americans could best tell others how to use their freedom. In The Gospel of Freedom and Power, Sarah E. Ruble traces and analyzes these public discussions about what it meant for Americans abroad to be good world citizens, placing them firmly in the context of the United States' postwar global dominance. Bringing together a wide range of sources, Ruble seeks to understand how discussions about a relatively small group of Americans working abroad became part of a much larger cultural conversation. She concludes that whether viewed as champions of nationalist revolutions or propagators of the gospel of capitalism, missionaries--along with their supporters, interpreters, and critics--ultimately both challenged and reinforced a rhetoric of exceptionalism that made Americans the judges of what was good for the rest of the world.
24 In her group , Isabella Leitner ' s sister Rachel rarely slept because she was
terrified of being separated from her family . Rachel announced that if anything
were to happen to the rest of the group and she were left alone , then she would ...
"Nativism has once again gained momentum in U.S. politics.
Author: Rachel Kleinfeld
"Nativism has once again gained momentum in U.S. politics. This tendency to define nationhood not by values or laws but in racial, ethnic, or religious terms is not new. Yet nativism is inherently undemocratic because nativists demote citizens who have the "wrong" characteristics to, at best, second-class citizenship. As nativist voters flex their muscle, what can political parties on both sides of the aisle do to put the genie back in the bottle? Examining how Austria, Australia, Canada, France, Germany, and Italy have addressed nativism in their politics offers some useful lessons" -- Summary.
Dr Rachel Pain, Professor Susan J Smith. Chapter l6 Practising Hope: Learning
from Social Movement ... Resisting fear cannot be associated only with meeting
fear head-on. It also needs to be recast as the generation of hope, of creating ...
Author: Dr Rachel Pain
Publisher: Ashgate Publishing, Ltd.
Category: Social Science
'Fear' in the twenty-first century has greater currency in western societies than ever before. Through scares ranging from cot death, juvenile crime, internet porn, asylum seekers, dirty bombs and avian flu, we are bombarded with messages about emerging risks. This book takes stock of a range of issues of 'fear' and presents new theoretical arguments and research findings that cover topics as diverse as the war on terror, the immigration crisis, stranger danger, global disease epidemics and sectarian violence. This book charts the association of fear discourses with particular spaces, times, social identities and sets of geopolitical relations. It examines the ways in which fear may be manufactured and manipulated for political purposes, sometimes becoming a tool of repression, and relates fear to political, economic and social marginalization at different scales. Furthermore, it highlights the importance and sometimes unpredictability of everyday lived experiences of fear - the many ways in which people recognize, make sense of and manage fear; the extent of resistance to fear; the relation of fear and hope in everyday life; and the role of emotions in galvanizing political and social action and change.
Rachel laughed. ... of credits worth of computer files, along with a host of smaller
offenses.” “What do you mean, on record?” Rachel asked. “Just as it sounds,”
Dennis said. ... “For the same reason I'm not resisting you or afraid of the police.
Author: Larry Wood
Publisher: Author House
Join the crew of the Tendril as they explore possible remnants of an alien civilization. Things go terribly wrong when their ship is destroyed and their survey craft crash lands on the frozen world of Quarvine. Limited supplies and with no escape from the planet, they must survive the extreme cold as well as each other as tempers flare. The Meridian, with its seven person crew, is commandeered and assigned the agent Dennis Daniels. They must overcome hostile forces believed to be of alien origin as well as treachery if they are to rescue the crew of the Tendril.