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Allein. Tagebuch eines vernachlässigten Kindes
Author: Christa Schw„gerl
Publisher: ACABUS Verlag
ISBN: 3862821145
Pages: 225
Year: 2012-04
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Lena Maria ist fünf und oft mit ihrem kleinen Bruder Maxi allein zu Hause. Lena versucht stets, ihre Mutter Karla nicht zu verärgern. Das klappt nicht immer, vor allem wenn sie müde ist oder mit ihrem Bruder und ihrer Mutter einfach nicht klarkommt. Wie ein Damoklesschwert schwebt ständig die Gefahr über ihr, Mama könnte irgendwann für immer verschwinden. Nur mit ihrem Stoffhasen Kalle kann Lena über ihre Sorgen reden. Hoffnung schöpft sie eines Tages auch durch Hannah, in deren Familie alles in Ordnung zu sein scheint. Hier kann Lena sorglose Stunden und Tage verbringen, fort von der launischen, überarbeiteten Mutter. Und Hannah ist es schließlich auch, die Lena und ihren Bruder aus ihrer gefährlichen Einsamkeit befreit ... Ein Roman zum Thema Kindesvernachlässigung, der aufrütteln möchte - seht hin, zeigt Initiative!
Sanfter Missbrauch. Das schleichende Seelengift
Author: Sabine B. Procher
Publisher: ACABUS Verlag
ISBN: 3862821668
Pages: 176
Year: 2012-07
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Normalerweise denken wir bei dem Wort Missbrauch an Brutalität, Vergewaltigung, Schläge, Gewalt, Folter, Zwang und Perversion. Das ist allerdings nur die Spitze des Eisbergs. Tief im Verborgenen schlummern viele Seelen, die eine andere Erfahrung damit gemacht haben. Sie erfuhren einen Missbrauch, der genauso schlimm ist, weil er die Psyche der Betroffenen bis weit übers Äußerste hinaus strapaziert hat – einen Missbrauch, über den kaum einer spricht. Sexuelle Übergriffe finden auch ohne körperliche Gewalt statt. Da die Kinder dabei keine Schmerzen verspüren, merken sie oftmals nicht, dass ihnen etwas Böses geschieht. Sanfter Missbrauch - das schleichende Seelengift In ihrer Autobiografie beschreibt die Autorin ihre Erlebnisse in der Kindheit und welche dramatischen Folgen sich daraus ergeben haben. Als sie vier Jahre alt ist, nutzt der nette Onkel von nebenan Sandras frühkindliche sexuelle Neugierde auf das andere Geschlecht erstmals zu seiner Befriedigung aus. Da sie dabei angenehme Empfindungen verspürt und ihr keine Schmerzen zugefügt werden, erkennt Sandra nicht, dass schlecht ist, wozu man sie veranlasst. Immer wieder wird das Kind durch ältere Jugendliche an die Sexualität herangeführt. Aus Angst vor Strafe erzählt es zu Hause nichts von den Erlebnissen. Als Sandra in der Pubertät bewusst wird, was in ihrer Kindheit geschehen ist, schämt und verurteilt sie sich deshalb. Als Erwachsene stolpert sie von einer Beziehung in die nächste, ohne dabei echte Zufriedenheit zu finden. Lesen Sie, welche körperlichen und seelischen Qualen Sandra erleiden muss, bis ihr endlich im Alter klar wird, dass die Ursache dafür in ihrer Kindheit verborgen liegt. Ist nun alles zu spät oder kann sie sich von der Vergangenheit und ihren Schuldgefühlen befreien?
Kein Frühling für Bahar. Mehr als eine Hamburger Migrationsgeschichte
Author: Sabine Adatepe
Publisher: ACABUS Verlag
ISBN: 3862822524
Pages: 232
Year: 2013-11
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Die junge Deutschtürkin Bahar ist tot. Alles schreit: Ehrenmord! Doch hat tatsächlich ihr Bruder sie auf dem Gewissen? Die Hamburger Sozialberaterin Ina begibt sich auf Spurensuche im „Problemviertel“ Wilhelmsburg. Im Wechsel mit Bahars Großvater im nordtürkischen Heimatdorf der Familie erzählt sie eine Geschichte von Migration und Emanzipation. Dabei loten die beiden auch persönliche Abgründe aus, sehen sich mit eigenen Vorurteilen konfrontiert und gleichzeitig gezwungen, althergebrachte Denkweisen zu hinterfragen. Für frischen Wind und einige Überraschungen sorgt dabei die junge Generation mit oder ohne Migrationshintergrund.
Sweetgirl
Author: Travis Mulhauser
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062400843
Pages: 256
Year: 2016-02-02
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With the heart, daring, and evocative atmosphere of Winter’s Bone and True Grit, and driven by the raw, whip-smart voice of Percy James, a blistering debut about a fearless sixteen-year old girl whose search for her missing mother leads to an unexpected discovery, and a life or death struggle in the harsh frozen landscape of the Upper Midwest. As a blizzard bears down, Percy James sets off to find her troubled mother, Carletta. For years, Percy has had to take care of herself and Mama—a woman who’s been unraveling for as long as her daughter can remember. Fearing Carletta is strung out on meth and that she won’t survive the storm, Percy heads for Shelton Potter’s cabin, deep in the woods of Northern Michigan. A two-bit criminal, as incompetent as he his violent, Shelton has been smoking his own cook and grieving the death of his beloved Labrador, Old Bo. But when Percy arrives, there is no sign of Carletta. Searching the house, she finds Shelton and his girlfriend drugged into oblivion—and a crying baby girl left alone in a freezing room upstairs. From the moment the baby wraps a tiny hand around her finger, Percy knows she must save her—a split-second decision that is the beginning of a dangerous odyssey in which she must battle the elements and evade Shelton and a small band of desperate criminals, hell-bent on getting that baby back. Knowing she and the child cannot make it alone, Percy seeks help from Carletta’s ex, Portis Dale, who is the closest thing she’s ever had to a father. As the storm breaks and violence erupts, Percy will be forced to confront the haunting nature of her mother’s affliction and finds her own fate tied more and more inextricably to the baby she is determined to save. Filled with the sweeping sense of cultural and geographic isolation of its setting—the hills of fictional Cutler County in northern Michigan—and told in Percy’s unflinching style, Sweetgirl is an affecting exploration of courage, sacrifice, and the ties that bind—a taut and darkly humorous tour-de-force that is horrifying, tender, and hopeful.
The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge
Author: Rainer Maria Rilke
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0199646031
Pages: 272
Year: 2016-04-12
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'An indescribable, aching, futile longing for myself' The young Danish aristocrat Malte Laurids Brigge has been left rootless by the early death of his parents. Now living in Paris, Malte begins to record his life in a series of loosely connected notes, diary entries, prose poems, parables and stories, ostensibly collected by a fictional editor to form the Notebooks. Focusing on Malte's observations and experiences in the present, recollections of his childhood and family, and his reflections on historical events, these notes in highly crafted poetic prose explore the themes of life in the metropolis, poverty, sickness and death, love, memory and time, and perception and language. The only extended prose work by the German poet Rainer Maria Rilke, The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge is a landmark in the development of the twentieth-century novel. It marks a radical departure from nineteenth-century realism, transcending conventions of linear narrative to reflect a consciousness in crisis, and an archetypal confrontation with the modern. ABOUT THE SERIES: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the widest range of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, helpful notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.
Proceedings of the Third World Congress on Fertility and Sterility
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Pages: 1003
Year: 1961
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Proceedings
Author: International Fertility Association
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Pages: 1003
Year: 1961
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Rebecca und ihr Tagebuch Band 2
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Unsere Jugend
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Year: 1957
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The Alexander Cipher
Author: Will Adams
Publisher: Harper
ISBN: 0007279337
Pages: 528
Year: 2008-09-04
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Non stop adventure and death defying chases in Will Adam’s outstanding debut novel.
Die Tagebücher
Author: Käthe Kollwitz
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Pages: 958
Year: 1989
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The Charm Bracelet
Author: Viola Shipman
Publisher: Macmillan
ISBN: 1466882484
Pages: 304
Year: 2016-03-22
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Lose yourself to the magic of The Charm Bracelet. Through an heirloom charm bracelet, three women will rediscover the importance of family and a passion for living as each charm changes their lives. On her birthday each year, Lolly’s mother gave her a charm, along with the advice that there is nothing more important than keeping family memories alive, and so Lolly’s charm bracelet would be a constant reminder of that love. Now seventy and starting to forget things, Lolly knows time is running out to reconnect with a daughter and granddaughter whose lives have become too busy for Lolly or her family stories. But when Arden, Lolly’s daughter, receives an unexpected phone call about her mother, she and granddaughter Lauren rush home. Over the course of their visit, Lolly reveals the story behind each charm on her bracelet, and one by one the family stories help Lolly, Arden, and Lauren reconnect in a way that brings each woman closer to finding joy, love, and faith. A compelling story of three women and a beautiful reminder of the preciousness of family, Viola Shipman's The Charm Bracelet is a keepsake you’ll cherish long after the final page.
Lost Honour, Betrayed Loyalty
Author: Herbert Maeger
Publisher: Frontline
ISBN: 184832748X
Pages: 258
Year: 2015
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This is an unrivaled account of one man s service in the elite Waffen-SS Liebstandarte division, principally on the Eastern Front.The author, an 18-year old Belgian, was blackmailed into volunteering for the Waffen-SS in 1941 to save his mother from a concentration camp. After enduring the MG harsh training with the Leibstandarte SS Adolf Hitler (considered by some to be a worse experience than the fighting front), Maeger went on to be selected as a front-line driver in Russia. He saw combat at Kharkov and at the legendary battle of Kursk. In 1944 he was transferred out for training as an SS paramedic, but after two months was sent against his will for SS-officer training. Overheard making a defeatist remark, he was sent to the notorious SS penal division Dirlewanger on the Oder front, where he survived the horror of the Halbe pocket. On 1 May 1945 he was captured by the Russians near the Elbe. He served at the prison camp infirmary as a volunteer which won him the admiration of the Russian female doctor and with her help he gained his early release the same year."
Lisettens Tagebuch
Author: [Anonymus AC07609490]
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Pages: 325
Year: 1852
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The Death of Bees
Author: Lisa O'Donnell
Publisher: Harper Collins
ISBN: 0062209868
Pages: 336
Year: 2013-01-02
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A riveting, brilliantly written debut novel, The Death of Bees is a coming-of-age story in which two young sisters attempt to hold the world at bay after the mysterious death of their parents. Marnie and Nelly, left on their own in Glasgow's Hazlehurst housing estate, attempt to avoid suspicion until Marnie can become a legal guardian for her younger sister. Written with fierce sympathy and beautiful precision, and told in alternating voices, The Death of Bees by Lisa O’Donnell is an enchanting, grimly comic tale of lost souls who, unable to answer for themselves, can answer only for each other.