Breaking Silence

Breaking Silence

Author: Rohit Shetty

Publisher: First Step Publishing

ISBN: 9788192267005

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First Published in India in 2011 by First Step Publishing 1301 Garnet Nirmal Lifestyles Ph 2 Behind Nirmal Lifestyles Mall LBS Marg Mulund West Mumbai 400080 E-Mail:- [email protected] Editorial / Sales / Marketing Office at 1301 Garnet Nirmal Lifestyles Ph 2 Behind Nirmal Lifestyles Mall LBS Marg Mulund West Mumbai 400080 Copyright © Rohit Shetty All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced, stored in or introduced into retrieval system or transmitted in any form or by any means (electronically, mechanically, photocopying, recording or otherwise) without the prior written permission of the publisher . Any person who does an unauthorized act in relation to this publication may be liable to criminal prosecution and civil claims for damages ISBN: - 978-81-922670-0-5 Book Editor: Rohit Shetty Design Editor: Rohit Shetty Typeset in Book Antique About the Author Rohit Shetty Academically a Chemical Engineer. He is an Author of the book "Silent Voices" published in the year 2011. Born and brought up in Mumbai. Rohit started writing at the age of twelve. He wrote for himself and dreamt of being a published author since childhood. When in school a particular friend of his gave him a technique to remember things in a rhythmic form. While doing this for a geography lesson it turned out to be poetry. That was the day in school and today he has a collection of 450+ English Poems. His one poem has been published in "The International Book of Poetry" in the year 2001 and also in the book "Silent Solitude" by Kevin Lavin "An Anthology of poems by amateur poets". His few poems were published in Mulund Plus (NOW KNOWN AS MULUND AND POWAI PLUS) a sub division of The Times of India in the year 2004. Writing became his passion which he mostly does when the night sleeps. Dr Shilpa Beri

Breaking Silence

Breaking Silence

Author: Linda Castillo

Publisher: Minotaur Books

ISBN: 9781429969994

Category: Fiction

Page: 320

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The New York Times bestselling series hailed as "gripping" (People magazine) and "compelling" (USA Today) returns with Police Chief Kate Burkholder called to the scene of a horrific tragedy on a peaceful Amish farm. The Slabaugh family are model Amish farmers, prosperous and hardworking, with four children and a happy extended family. When the parents and an uncle are found dead in their barn, it appears to be a gruesome accident: methane gas asphyxiation caused by a poorly ventilated cesspit. But in the course of a routine autopsy, the coroner discovers that one of the victims suffered a head wound before death—clearly, foul play was involved. But who would want to make orphans of the Slabaughs' children? And is this murder somehow related to a recent string of shocking hate crimes against the Amish? Having grown up Amish, Kate is determined to bring the killer to justice. Because the other series of attacks are designated hate crimes, the state sends in agent John Tomasetti, with whom Kate has a long and complex relationship. Together, they search for the link between the crimes—and uncover a dark secret at work beneath the placid surface of this idyllic Amish community. Chock full of twists and chills and set against the unusual world of the Amish, this series "will delight fans of Chelsea Cain and Thomas Harris" (USA Today).

Breaking Silence 3

Breaking Silence 3

Author: Rohit Shetty

Publisher: First Step Publishing

ISBN: 9788192267029

Category: Poetry

Page: 120

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Some Emotions are better left unsaid But at times you feel that it would have been better if you had said it. Here are some of the unsaid feelings and emotions penned down in form of poetry. The book Breaking Silence is the series of books that contain these unsaid emotions and feelings.

Breaking Silence 4

Breaking Silence 4

Author: Rohit Shetty

Publisher: First Step Publishing

ISBN: 9788192267036

Category: Poetry

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Some Emotions are better left unsaid But at times you feel that it would have been better if you had said it. Here are some of the unsaid feelings and emotions penned down in form of poetry. The book Breaking Silence is the series of books that contain these unsaid emotions and feelings.

Tell This Silence

Tell This Silence

Author: Patti Duncan

Publisher: University of Iowa Press

ISBN: 9781587294433

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 276

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Tell This Silence by Patti Duncan explores multiple meanings of speech and silence in Asian American women's writings in order to explore relationships among race, gender, sexuality, and national identity. Duncan argues that contemporary definitions of U.S. feminism must be expanded to recognize the ways in which Asian American women have resisted and continue to challenge the various forms of oppression in their lives. There has not yet been adequate discussion of the multiple meanings of silence and speech, especially in relation to activism and social-justice movements in the U.S. In particular, the very notion of silence continues to invoke assumptions of passivity, submissiveness, and avoidance, while speech is equated with action and empowerment. However, as the writers discussed in Tell This Silence suggest, silence too has multiple meanings especially in contexts like the U.S., where speech has never been a guaranteed right for all citizens. Duncan argues that writers such as Maxine Hong Kingston, Mitsuye Yamada, Joy Kogawa, Theresa Hak Kyung Cha, Nora Okja Keller, and Anchee Min deploy silence as a means of resistance. Juxtaposing their “unofficial narratives” against other histories—official U.S. histories that have excluded them and American feminist narratives that have stereotyped them or distorted their participation—they argue for recognition of their cultural participation and offer analyses of the intersections among gender, race, nation, and sexuality. Tell This Silence offers innovative ways to consider Asian American gender politics, feminism, and issues of immigration and language. This exciting new study will be of interest to literary theorists and scholars in women's, American, and Asian American studies.

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Author: Amber Haehnel

Publisher:

ISBN: 1693666928

Category:

Page: 168

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In her most raw and honest work yet, Amber discusses what life looks like behind the scenes being in a relationship with an addict. The parts no one wants to talk about or share. She sheds the fear of judgement as she tells the real truth behind the mistakes she made, the ugly moments, screaming the word divorce more times than she would like to admit, how the feelings of worthlessness came in to her life, and many more details. She shares the journey to how therapy and finding her own recovery saved her life and her marriage. Amber shares how the work is an inside job both for her and her husband, how it can only start with you. Vulnerably she steps forward to be a voice, an advocate and encourager to others in the same shoes still holding back their own stories. Powerfully, she is breaking the silence one tale, trick and triumph at a time.

Our Time

Our Time

Author: Josh Seefried

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 9781101563052

Category: Social Science

Page: 208

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Active-duty LGBT soldiers share their stories of serving under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell," revealing an intimate portrait of military life Our Time marks the end of more than a decade of silence, giving voice to the LGBT men and women who served under "Don't Ask, Don't Tell." These individuals enlisted knowing that the military would ask them to bury an integral part of themselves and yet joined because of their deep belief that the values of the military were worth the tremendous sacrifice. Our Time is their story. Edited by air force officer J. D. Smith, a cofounder of the underground LGBT military organization OutServe, Our Time is a collection of remarkable depth and diversity. We witness the abuse-physical and mental-endured at the hands of fellow soldiers and superiors. We see the hardships faced by their families and partners and feel the pain of the choice between military and self. There are also examples of humanity at its very best: leaders with the courage to support their comrades in the face of tremendous pressure, friendships forged and minds opened, and love that endures the very toughest of odds. Throughout we are reminded of the bravery and selflessness of the men and women who chose to serve our country and defend our liberties while their own freedom was withheld. At once a testament to the wrongs of the policy and a celebration of the good that endured in spite of it, Our Time marks the start of a new era in our national history.

Breaking the Silence

Breaking the Silence

Author: Walter Laqueur

Publisher: Brandeis Univ

ISBN: WISC:89050336882

Category: History

Page: 312

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A remarkable story of the German industrialist who first warned the West of Nazi plans for the mass murder of Jews.