When I Hit You

Author: Meena Kandasamy

Publisher: Atlantic Books

ISBN: 1786491273

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 4818

SHORTLISTED FOR THE WOMEN'S PRIZE FOR FICTION 2018 LONGLISTED FOR THE DYLAN THOMAS PRIZE 2018 SHORTLISTED FOR THE JHALAK PRIZE 2018 Guardian's Best Books of 2017 Daily Telegraph's Best Books of 2017 Observer Best Books of 2017 Financial Times Best Books of 2017 "Meena Kandasamy's vivid, sharp and precise writing makes a triumph of When I Hit You"- Guardian Seduced by politics, poetry and an enduring dream of building a better world together, the unnamed narrator falls in love with a university professor. Moving with him to a rain-washed coastal town, she swiftly learns that what for her is a bond of love is for him a contract of ownership. As he sets about reducing her to his idealised version of an obedient wife, bullying her and devouring her ambition of being a writer in the process, she attempts to push back - a resistance he resolves to break with violence and rape.

Myths and Tales of the White Mountain Apache

Author: Grenville Goodwin

Publisher: University of Arizona Press

ISBN: 0816514518

Category: Social Science

Page: 254

View: 3431

These 57 tales (with seven variants) gathered between 1931 and 1936 include major cycles dealing with Creation and Coyote, minor tales, and additional stories derived from Spanish and Mexican tradition. The tales are of two classes: holy tales said by some to expalin the origin of ceremonies and holy powers, and tales which have to do with the creation of the earth, the emergence, the flood, the slaying of monsters, and the origin of customs. As Goodwin was the first anthropologist to work with the White Mountain Apache, his insights remain a primary souce on this people.

Sibling Abuse Trauma

Author: John V Caffaro,John V. Caffaro,Allison Conn Caffaro

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317786319

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 376

View: 9705

Sibling Abuse Trauma will enhance your knowledge of assessment and clinical intervention strategies for treating intersibling abuse trauma in children, families, and adults. This informative book features: an overview of sibling relationship development, sibling physical assault, incest, and psychological maltreatment individual and systemic risk factors gender differences traumatic effects clinical case studies and interviews a sibling abuse assessment schedule specific sibling-oriented interventions Due to the lack of research specifically focused on sibling abuse issues, there is a gap in the training and education of abuse trauma professionals. Sibling Abuse Trauma is an innovative book that focuses not only on sibling incest, but also on sibling physical assault and psychological maltreatment from a survivor’s perspective. The authors utilize critical and empirical findings and rich case examples to illustrate how sibling abuse affects individual and family development, making further research and education in this area imperative. Whether you incorporate these findings into your clinical practice or become inspired to conduct your own research, Sibling Abuse Trauma will improve your understanding of how to treat and evaluate individuals and families with sibling abuse-related concerns.

The Beginning of the Truth Battles

Author: Deep Emotion

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1483677168

Category: Fiction

Page: 64

View: 1010

The Truth is face against Jealousy, Hatred, and Lies. With Jealousy having the understanding that the Truth has stolen his beloved Faith. That leads to countless attacks on the Truth. The Truth struggles with the question of why he's being attacked. With Faith and Love joining together to find peace. Hoping to end the attacks on the Truth.

The Negro Leagues Revisited

Author: Brent Kelley

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 1476612366

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 399

View: 9149

This is a followup volume to the acclaimed Voices from the Negro Leagues, (McFarland, 1998; softcover 2005) which features interviews with 52 former Negro League players from the 1920s to 1960s. Interviewed in this new volume are Bobby Robinson, Double Duty Radcliffe, Red Lindsay, Pullman Porter, Earl Wilson, Sr., Percy Reed, Joe Burt Scott, Willie Simms, Bo Campbell, Big Train Dudley, Mex Johnson, Buck O’Neil, Herbert Barnhill, Bernard Fernandez, Dick Powell, Jimmy Barnes, Charlie Biot, Monk Favors, Alton King, Buster Haywood, Casey Jones, Hickey Redd, Tommy Sampson, John Gibbons, Schoolboy Gulley, Schoolboy Kimbrough, Briefcase Simpson, Doc Dennis, Ralph Johnson, Lefty LaMarque, Junior Miller, Tex Williams, Baby Face Peatros, Big Jim McCurine, Eddie Williams, Zipper Zapp, Billy Fender, Dave Pope, Bill Powell, Marvin Price, Bob Scott, Dirk Gibbons, Hoss Ritchey, Lefty Bo Maddix, Hank Presswood, Mickey Stubblefield, Josh Gibson, Jr., Bobo Henderson, Fancy Dan Porter, Jumpin Johnny Wilson, Quack Brown, Granny Gladstone, Hoppy Hopkins, Carl Long, Jim Robinson, Juan Armenteros, Peanut Johnson, Eddie Reed, Ricky Maroto, Peachhead Mitchell, Ted Rasberry, Pedro Sierra, Jim Cobbin, Dick Scruggs, Sonny Webb and Tommy Taylor. Rare personal photographs and complete-as-possible statistics supplement the interviews.

Shit Magnet

Author: Jim Goad

Publisher: Feral House

ISBN: 1627310495

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 328

View: 6121

The book’s central theme is GUILT: how it’s a uniquely human idea, and whether this raises us higher or drags us lower than other animals; how guilt is disabling and why individuals and societies tend to scapegoat; how the act of blaming the enemy and slaying him is history’s propulsive force; and my miraculous ability to redeem others by absorbing guilt from them.

The Under Dog

Author: Agatha Christie

Publisher: MB Cooltura

ISBN: 9877447398

Category: Fiction

Page: 82

View: 2853

Lily Murgrave visits Hercule Poirot because Sir Ruben Astwell has been murdered, and although all the signs point to her nephew, lady Astwell, for whom Lily works, has a hunch that the murderer is someone else. The Belgian detective will settle in Mon Repos, the Astwell mansion, to solve the mystery and closely investigate each suspect.

The Original San Francisco Giants

Author: Steve Bitker

Publisher: Sports Publishing LLC

ISBN: 9781582613352

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 326

View: 9392

The Original San Francisco Giants is a nostalgic look at the team that brought Major League Baseball to San Francisco, the 1958 Giants. Author Steve Bitker, who attended his first big-league game in 1958 at age five at a charming little downtown ballpark called Seals Stadium, traveled as far as the island of St. Croix in the U.S. Virgin Islands to interview virtually every surviving member of the team.

Golden Medina

Author: Jack Lazebnik

Publisher: Chicago Review Press

ISBN: 0897338480

Category: Fiction

Page: 226

View: 5393

Early in the twentieth century, Itkeh leaves her home in Russia for America, her innocent heart slowly developing passion as she navigates the traveler's troubles en route to the new world. Lazebnik's story is turbulent, tender, dramatic, and timeless.

What I Want to Tell Goes Like This

Author: Matt Rader

Publisher: Harbour Publishing

ISBN: 0889710392

Category: Fiction

Page: 256

View: 2293

What I Want to Tell Goes Like This is an intensely original first short story collection from acclaimed poet Matt Rader. The last story, "All This Was a Long Time Ago," is the 2014 winner of the Jack Hodgins Founders' Award for fiction from The Malahat Review, and other offerings from the collection have appeared in Event, The New Quarterly, Grain, Joyland, Forget Magazine and the Rusty Toque. Rader's command of tension is masterful in these dark, off-kilter stories that are largely set in the context of the working/labour class in and around the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island, BC. They alternate between exploring the history of severe labour struggles in the area over a century ago, and the present-day experiences of people sliding through transitional, ambiguous moments in their relationships and sexuality. The juxtaposition of the two time periods seems to hint at the echoes of the harsh, violent legacy of the earlier age and its power struggles that continue to resonate in contemporary life. In What I Want to Tell Goes Like This, we are witness to the controversial shooting death of infamous union activist Albert "Ginger" Goodwin by a police constable in 1918; to the squalor of tent cities erected on the Royston Bay mudflats during the Great Vancouver Coal Strike of 1912-14; to two boys’ experimentation with sexual violence at the end of a secluded logging road; and to clarity and companionship found in a small cabin by the sea as a son cares for his dying father—a rough man who abandoned him when he was eight. In Rader's artful tales of grit and mystery, danger never feels far away.