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Escape

Author : Carolyn Jessop
ISBN : 9780241981184
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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In the closed world of the Fundamentalist Church of Latter Day Saints, Carolyn Jessop was forced to obey her controlling husband's every demand. She had no money, no power and existed as one of six wives battling for her husband's attention. For seventeen years Carolyn suffered for the sake of her children. She tried to protect them as the cult's new leader, Warren Jeffs, started marrying girls off younger and younger. But when Carolyn discovered that her twelve-year-old daughter had spent three days at Jeffs' home, she knew she had to do everything in her power to take her children and flee. At 35 Carolyn escaped. This is her harrowing - and ultimately triumphant - story

Escape

Author : David McMillan
ISBN : 9789814358354
Genre : True Crime
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Among the 600 foreigners jailed in the 'Bangkok Hilton', one man resolves to do what no other has done: Escape. This is the true story of drug smuggler David McMillan's perilous break-out from Thailand's most notorious prison. After more than a year in prison and two weeks before a near-certain death sentence, McMillan escapes, never to be seen in Thailand again.

Escape

Author : Gordon Korman
ISBN : 0439164524
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Having survived for so long on the deserted island, Luke, Charla, Will, Lysa, J.J., and Ian realize that their enemies are closer than they had expected and soon discover that they will have only one chance at an escape. Original.

On Escape

Author : Emmanuel Lévinas
ISBN : 0804741409
Genre : Philosophy
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First published in 1935, On Escape represents Emmanuel Levinas's first attempt to break with the ontological obsession of the Western tradition. In it, Levinas not only affirms the necessity of an escape from being, but also gives a meaning and a direction to it. Beginning with an analysis of need not as lack or some external limit to a self-sufficient being, but as a positive relation to our being, Levinas moves through a series of brilliant phenomenological analyses of such phenomena as pleasure, shame, and nausea in order to show a fundamental insufficiency in the human condition. In his critical introduction and annotation, Jacques Rolland places On Escape in its historical and intellectual context, and also within the context of Levinas's entire oeuvre, explaining Levinas's complicated relation to Heidegger, and underscoring the way Levinas's analysis of "being riveted," of the need for escape, is a meditation on the body.

Escape

Author : John Reid
ISBN : 1552661474
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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In 1917, thirteen-year-old Alexi meets Lev--the son of Leon Trotsky--in Amherst, Nova Scotia, and the two plan to help Trotsky escape from the wartime prison camp where he is being held.

Escape

Author : Allan Zullo
ISBN : 9780545099295
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Presents seven true stories of brave boys and girls who lived through the Holocaust.

The Escape Or A Leap For Freedom

Author : William Wells Brown
ISBN : 9781616402648
Genre : Social Science
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The first play published by an African-American, this comic 1858 melodrama about two slaves who secretly marry explores the racial tensions between North and South in the years just before the Civil War. With its mix of action, comedy, social commentary and an authenticity only a former slave could recreate, The Escape is essential reading for students of black history and literature. It is also a remarkable glimpse at characters and situations rarely seen from the contemporary black perspective.Born into slavery, American author WILLIAM WELLS BROWN (1814 1884) escaped to the North where he became a prominent abolitionist lecturer, novelist, playwright, and historian. His novel, Clotel: or, The President 's Daughter, is considered by historians to be the first novel written by an African American. His other works include The Negro in the American Rebellion and The Black Man.

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