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Unsaid
Author : Neil Abramson
Publisher : Center Street
Release Date : 2011-08-04
Category : Fiction
Total pages :368
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In this USA Today bestselling debut novel, Neil Abramson explores the beauty and redemptive power of human-animal relationships and the true meaning of communication in all of its diverse forms. As a veterinarian, Helena was required to choose when to end the lives of the terminally ill animals in her care. Now that she has died, she is afraid to face them and finally admit to herself that her thirty-seven years of life were meaningless, error-ridden, and forgettable. So Helena lingers, a silent observer haunted by the life she left behind-her shattered attorney husband, David; her houseful of damaged but beloved animals; and her final project, Cindy, a chimpanzee trained to use sign language who may be able to unlock the mysteries of animal communication and consciousness. When Cindy is scheduled for a research experiment that will undoubtedly take her life, David must call upon everything he has learned from Helena to save her. In the explosive courtroom drama that follows, all the threads of Helena's life entwine and tear as Helena and David confront their mistakes, grief, and loss and discover what it really means to be human. Abramson's next novel, JUST LIFE, published in May 2016.

Unsaid

Unsaid
Author : Neil Abramson
Publisher : Hachette UK
Release Date : 2011-08-04
Category : Fiction
Total pages :368
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In this USA Today bestselling debut novel, Neil Abramson explores the beauty and redemptive power of human-animal relationships and the true meaning of communication in all of its diverse forms. As a veterinarian, Helena was required to choose when to end the lives of the terminally ill animals in her care. Now that she has died, she is afraid to face them and finally admit to herself that her thirty-seven years of life were meaningless, error-ridden, and forgettable. So Helena lingers, a silent observer haunted by the life she left behind-her shattered attorney husband, David; her houseful of damaged but beloved animals; and her final project, Cindy, a chimpanzee trained to use sign language who may be able to unlock the mysteries of animal communication and consciousness. When Cindy is scheduled for a research experiment that will undoubtedly take her life, David must call upon everything he has learned from Helena to save her. In the explosive courtroom drama that follows, all the threads of Helena's life entwine and tear as Helena and David confront their mistakes, grief, and loss and discover what it really means to be human. Abramson's next novel, JUST LIFE, published in May 2016.

At daybreak. On words best left unsaid. Medusa Madame de Monteferrato. A recollection of Pasta

At daybreak. On words best left unsaid. Medusa Madame de Monteferrato. A recollection of Pasta
Author : Adelaide Kemble Sartoris
Publisher : Unknown
Release Date : 1880
Category :
Total pages :129
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Reading Orientalism

Reading Orientalism
Author : Daniel Martin Varisco
Publisher : University of Washington Press
Release Date : 2011-07-01
Category : History
Total pages :518
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The late Edward Said remains one of the most influential critics and public intellectuals of our time, with lasting contributions to many disciplines. Much of his reputation derives from the phenomenal multidisciplinary influence of his 1978 book Orientalism. Said's seminal polemic analyzes novels, travelogues, and academic texts to argue that a dominant discourse of West over East has warped virtually all past European and American representation of the Near East. But despite the book's wide acclaim, no systematic critical survey of the rhetoric in Said's representation of Orientalism and the resulting impact on intellectual culture has appeared until today. Drawing on the extensive discussion of Said's work in more than 600 bibliographic entries, Daniel Martin Varisco has written an ambitious intellectual history of the debates that Said's work has sparked in several disciplines, highlighting in particular its reception among Arab and European scholars. While pointing out Said's tendency to essentialize and privilege certain texts at the expense of those that do not comfortably it his theoretical framework, Varisco analyzes the extensive commentary the book has engendered in Oriental studies, literary and cultural studies, feminist scholarship, history, political science, and anthropology. He employs "critical satire" to parody the exaggerated and pedantic aspects of post-colonial discourse, including Said's profound underappreciation of the role of irony and reform in many of the texts he cites. The end result is a companion volume to Orientalism and the vast research it inspired. Rather than contribute to dueling essentialisms, Varisco provides a path to move beyond the binary of East versus West and the polemics of blame. Reading Orientalism is the most comprehensive survey of Said's writing and thinking to date. It will be of strong interest to scholars of Middle East studies, anthropology, history, cultural studies, post-colonial studies, and literary studies.

The Things I've Left Unsaid

The Things I've Left Unsaid
Author : Puneet Rangi
Publisher : FriesenPress
Release Date : 2012-02
Category : Biography & Autobiography
Total pages :88
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Here's the diary of a soul who finally found courage to express the truths that must be told. Conveying the ways in which filth trickled by and eroded every piece of humanity left inside. Here's a challenge to the world in all the atrocities it must hide. The forbidden challenge against actions speaking louder than words, here's the voices that haven't been heard. No more lies that must be told, no more anguish left to hold. Here's an opportunity to lift the weight of the world off your back, a first and forlorn possibility to attack. In acknowledgment that truths are filtered thoroughly, let's not be blind to all the carnage that we see, and finally be able to know that this chaos that'll be, is that the chaos surrounding our souls inevitably. Hear the truths in all its lies, take note and hear them through your hearts avertable demise.

The Unsaid

The Unsaid
Author : Amiritha Varshini S, Ansh Mishra, M. Dwarakesh
Publisher : FanatiXx Publication
Release Date : 2021
Category :
Total pages :129
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The Unsaid' is a compilation of quotes, micro tales, poems collected from thirty five budding writers all over India. It is compiled by three amazing friends who have similar passion towards writing. This anthology portrays a cluster of unsaid feelings, thoughts, wishes, memories right from the heart. This book connects with each and everybody because everyone will have something unsaid dripping inside their heart.

Unsaid & Unspoken

Unsaid & Unspoken
Author : Ayusha Bhajanka
Publisher : OrangeBooks Publication
Release Date : 2020-07-02
Category : Fiction
Total pages :204
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Our book ‘Unsaid and Unspoken,’ is an attempt to bring out the stories behind unseen scars and validate them. A lot of times in life all we need is for someone to tell us, It’s Okay. This book will show you that you’re not alone – No matter what is going on in your life – with stories about family, friendship, relationship, abuse, loss and more. True stories by real people, just like you, on their journey of trying to do life.

Unsettled and Unsaid

Unsettled and Unsaid
Author : Asa Ray Henson
Publisher : Lulu.com
Release Date : 2015-04-20
Category : Poetry
Total pages :76
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As a book of excerpts/private pieces opening up to an upcoming series, this book allows you to prepare yourself for a journey into the words and thoughts of things that are incomplete in a sense. It begins to tell the story of people that were left without answers, of things that were left unsaid or undone. It is the first step in telling about those that have left and proceeded to venture down other paths.

Unsaid

Unsaid
Author : Anika Maura Cassidy
Publisher : iUniverse
Release Date : 2005-02
Category : Juvenile Fiction
Total pages :164
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"The situation portrayed in Unsaid is often hidden from view, especially in 'perfect' families. This story brings into the open one of the most controversial issues of the day, giving teen readers the opportunity to examine and discuss the characters' decisions"--Page 4 of cover.

The Loudness of Unsaid Things

The Loudness of Unsaid Things
Author : Hilde Hinton
Publisher : Hachette Australia
Release Date : 2020-03-31
Category : Fiction
Total pages :320
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'My heart grew, then broke, then mended itself. A wise, funny, brave novel and a story that you will never want to forget.' Favel Parrett An unforgettable story of loneliness, isolation and finding your way. Heart-wrenching, wise and wryly funny, this novel will make you kinder to those who are lost. Miss Kaye works at The Institute. A place for the damaged, the outliers, the not-quite rights. Everyone has different strategies to deal with the residents. Some bark orders. Some negotiate tirelessly. Miss Kaye found that simply being herself was mostly the right thing to do. Susie was seven when she realised she'd had her fill of character building. She'd lie between her Holly Hobbie sheets thinking how slowly birthdays come around, but how quickly change happened. One minute her Dad was saying that the family needed to move back to the city and then, SHAZAM, they were there. Her mum didn't move to the new house with them. And Susie hated going to see her mum at the mind hospital. She never knew who her mum would be. Or who would be there. As the years passed, there were so many things Susie wanted to say but never could. Miss Kaye will teach Susie that the loudness of unsaid things can be music - and together they will learn that living can be more than surviving.

Unsaid

Unsaid
Author : Neil Abramson
Publisher : Center Street
Release Date : 2011-08-04
Category : Fiction
Total pages :368
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In this USA Today bestselling debut novel, Neil Abramson explores the beauty and redemptive power of human-animal relationships and the true meaning of communication in all of its diverse forms. As a veterinarian, Helena was required to choose when to end the lives of the terminally ill animals in her care. Now that she has died, she is afraid to face them and finally admit to herself that her thirty-seven years of life were meaningless, error-ridden, and forgettable. So Helena lingers, a silent observer haunted by the life she left behind-her shattered attorney husband, David; her houseful of damaged but beloved animals; and her final project, Cindy, a chimpanzee trained to use sign language who may be able to unlock the mysteries of animal communication and consciousness. When Cindy is scheduled for a research experiment that will undoubtedly take her life, David must call upon everything he has learned from Helena to save her. In the explosive courtroom drama that follows, all the threads of Helena's life entwine and tear as Helena and David confront their mistakes, grief, and loss and discover what it really means to be human. Abramson's next novel, JUST LIFE, published in May 2016.

The Unsaid

The Unsaid
Author : Hricha
Publisher : Educreation Publishing
Release Date : 2018-12-20
Category : Fiction
Total pages :206
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THE UNSAID is a tour of love, sensations, benevolence and feelings through which we find ourselves bounded with. Its different shades are. 1. THE UNSAID.................I love you 2. THE SENTENCE 3. THE DISGUISE 4. WE TOO ENJOY LIVES 5. I LOVE DOGS.... Let’s have visit to this mystic realm of words....... HRICHA SHAHI

Exploring the Unsaid

Exploring the Unsaid
Author : Barry Mason
Publisher : Routledge
Release Date : 2018-03-22
Category : Psychology
Total pages :208
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The editors and contributing authors of this volume have taken a truly pioneering and courageously challenging look at the state of cross-cultural theory and practice. In confronting directly and honestly a broad range of cross-cultural issues they have succeeded in formulating a thoughtful and innovative framework for progress in this complex and demanding field. Amongst the numerous issues examined with thoroughness and insight, the following may be identified as of central importance: Perceptions and experiences of 'sameness' and 'difference'; 'collectivist' and 'individualist' cultural tendencies; internalised and institutionalised racism; religious beliefs and spiritualities; kinship roles and familial values; sexism, poverty and beliefs about mental health. Supported and illustrated with excellent clinical material these issues receive impressive exploration. Probing and perceptive about the relationships between clients and practitioners and between mental health professionals themselves, this volume offers both conceptually and practically a genuinely enriching and groundbreaking guide that points the way forward in a spirit of confidence and hope.

Things Unsaid

Things Unsaid
Author : Diana Y. Paul
Publisher : She Writes Press
Release Date : 2015-10-13
Category : Fiction
Total pages :300
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Winner of New Adult Fiction-- Beverly Hills Book Awards for 2016 Winner of the 2016 SILVER Medal for Best Fiction in Drama from Readers Favorites Finalist USA Best Books Awards 2016 in Literary Fiction and in New Fiction Inspired by a true story--Jules Foster, a child psychologist, upon hearing news of her estranged, narcissistic mother’s terminal diagnosis, chooses to care for her mother over her own daughter, only to find out she has been betrayed all along. Things Unsaid asks us to consider what children owe their aging parents and siblings.

The Unsaid Passing

The Unsaid Passing
Author : Bruce W. Powe
Publisher : Guernica Editions
Release Date : 2005
Category : Fiction
Total pages :190
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Combined with creative typesetting techniques, the poetic mediations, lyric samplings, notes, and reveries in this collection cast a bewitching spell of reflections, ecstasies, and longings.