10 edition of Memories of Silence found in the catalog.
Memories of Silence
September 2, 2008
by Palgrave Macmillan
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||288|
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The Memory of Silence is an engaging novel that relates the story of twin sisters, Lauri and Menchu, who are separated at the onset of the Cuban Revolution in Seemingly inseparable, the twin sisters share a common past, relishing the same memories.
Yet on Jtheir lives abruptly change, /5(15). Memory of Silence stands as a powerful reminder that we must engage honestly with past atrocities to make sense of the present, to prevent future violations and to better understand ourselves and our world." Juan E.
Mendez, United Nations Special Rapporteur on Torture "This book /5(3). A metaphor of a nation and its Diaspora, this bilingual edition of THE MEMORY OF SILENCE/MEMORIA DEL SILENCIO transcends the Cuban reality and becomes a story of universal breadth, a triumph of love and family over distance and politics.5/5(7).
Memory of Silence presents the voices of Guatemalan victims and the Commission's analysis of a conflict that created a culture of terror, forced neighbors to commit atrocities against each other, and killed overpeople.4/5.
Buy This Book in Print summary A metaphor of a nation and its Diaspora, this bilingual edition of The Memory of Silence/Memoria del silencio transcends the Cuban reality and becomes a story of universal breadth, a triumph of love and family over distance and politics. The Memory of Water & Five Kinds of Silence.
In The Memory of Water (winner of the Laurence Olivier Award for Best Comedy), three sisters meet on the eve of their mother's funeral. As the conflicts of the past converge, everyday lies and tensions reveal the /5. A History of Silence is a memoir by New Zealand author, Lloyd Jones.
Asked by a BBC radio producer to comment on the Christchurch earthquake of February,Jones travels there from his home in an old Auckland shoe factory to observe, perhaps to help?/5.
The story was a collection of scenes rather than a curated collection of memories. Too many passages left me, as an outsider, to struggle with how much time actually had passed.
I'm a fan of his music, but apparently this book was targeted to an audience which had followed his career closely from the beginning. flag Like see review/5. Memoirs of a Geisha is a historical fiction novel by American author Arthur Golden, published in The novel, told in first person perspective, tells the story of a fictional geisha working in Kyoto, Japan, before, during and after World War II and ends with her being relocated to New York City.
In Author: Arthur Golden. In loving memory messages and in loving memory phrases can help express our feelings at this difficult time. While still filling up with grief from the loss, we try hard to make sense of everything and we try to put into perspective everything that this person has stood for during the time he or she was alive.
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Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required/5(18). The Memory of Silence is Uva de Aragón's first major novel, but it is by no means her first major literary contribution.
Since her first publication inshe has penned numerous works in the genres of short story, poetry, and critical essay. Her works have been published by equally diverse presses in Spain, the United States, and Cuba.
About the Author Andrea Bocelli wrote this memoir himself on a special Braille computer, without a ghostwriter. He chose to tell his own life story through the eyes of a boy called Amos, a charming and unusual device characteristic of this modest man. Bocelli lives in Monte Carlo and summers in Tuscany with his wife and two sons/5(84).
Silence (沈黙, Chinmoku) is a novel of theological fiction by Japanese author Shūsaku Endō, published in English by Peter Owen is the story of a Jesuit missionary sent to 17th century Japan, who endures persecution in the time of Kakure Kirishitan ("Hidden Christians") that followed the defeat of the Shimabara recipient of the Tanizaki Prize, it has Author: Shūsaku Endō.
At once an epic tale of a nation at war and the deeply personal story of one woman’s intense journey, A Pledge of Silence vividly illustrates the sacrifices the Greatest Generation made for their country, and the price they continued to pay long after the war ended.
Revised edition: This edition of A Pledge of Silence includes editorial revisions/5(K). This book is an effort to give voice to a group that has been too long silent. There was no greater inspiration for this effort than memories of my great-grandmother, a woman of quiet dissemblances, meaningful pauses, and reticence when it came to sharing “too much” aboutthe past.
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Pursuing an interdisciplinary approach, and based on extensive empirical research, this book provides a multifaceted exploration of the responses of these constituencies to the practice of ‘disappearing.’ It engages with transitional justice themes including silence, memory, truth.
"Memory of Silence is an edited one-volume version of the Guatemalan Truth Commission report, presenting the definitive account of one of the most brutal cases of government repression in the Western Hemisphere, a thirty-four year conflict forged by the Cold War, strongly influenced by the United States' foreign policy, and so severe that the Commission determined that.
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Click or. Contradictory accounts, or memories in direct contradiction to the historical record are not always the sign of a repressive authority attempting to cover something up.
The tension between memory as a safeguard against attempts to silence dissenting voices, and memory's own implication in that silencing, runs throughout the by: Let him sit alone and be silent Since He has laid it on him.
God Requite Them! Thoughts accusations God Being Silent. The Same As God Rebuke Security, False Infidelity To God. "These things you have done and I kept silence; You thought that I was just like you; I will reprove you and state the case in order before your eyes.Nominated for the Longman History Today Book of the Year Prize, The first full-scale study of the rituals with which the British people commemorated three-quarters of a million war ns both the origins of the two minutes silence and the reasons for the success of the poppy book examines how the British people came to terms with the massive trauma of the First World War.