Beyond The Pale by Mark Anthony

Beyond The Pale
Author: Mark Anthony
Publisher: Spectra
ISBN: 0307795403
Size: 60.43 MB
Page: 640
Release: 2011-06-22

Book Description
A strange rift in ordinary reality draws saloon owner Travis Wilder and ER doctor Grace Beckett into the otherworld of Eldh--a land of gods, monsters, and magic that is sorely in need of heroes.



Beyond The Pale by Peter Gostmann

Beyond The Pale
Author: Peter Gostmann
Publisher: Springer-Verlag
ISBN: 3531188666
Size: 59.45 MB
Page: 357
Release: 2014-02-06

Book Description
Der Soziologe Albert Salomon (1891-1966) verkörpert das 20. Jahrhundert geradezu prototypisch. Er steht für den Typus des Intellektuellen, der sich bewusst „beyond the pale“ positioniert – außerhalb der Grenzen dessen, was zu denken dem common sense seines Faches entspricht – um Erklärungen für die totalitären Entwicklungen des Jahrhunderts zu finden. Das Buch rekonstruiert sein Werk systematisch im Zusammenhang einiger maßgeblicher Denkbewegungen dieser Epoche, z.B. der Verstehenden Soziologie, der Politischen Theologie, der Kritischen Theorie und des Humanismus des anderen Menschen.



Beyond The Pale by Jim Butcher

Beyond The Pale
Author: Jim Butcher
Publisher:
ISBN: 9780989448734
Size: 41.35 MB
Page: 232
Release: 2014-07-07

Book Description
An anthology of fantasy, urban fantasy, and paranormal short stories from award winning and New York Times bestselling authors Saladin Ahmed, Peter S. Beagle, Heather Brewer, Jim Butcher, Rachel Caine, Kami Garcia, Nancy Holder, Gillian Philip, and Jane Yolen.



Sarahs T Chter by Elana Dykewomon

Beyond The Pale
Author: Elana Dykewomon
Publisher: Verlag Krug & Schadenberg
ISBN: 3944576632
Size: 41.41 MB
Page: 540
Release: 2015-09-28

Book Description
Nach einem Pogrom im zaristischen Russland emigriert die junge Chawa, Tochter eines Rabbi, nach New York. Dort begegnet sie Gutke wieder, der Hebamme aus der alten Heimat, die ihr viele Jahre zuvor auf die Welt geholfen hat. Gutke lebt mit der erfolgreichen Bankerin Dovida zusammen, die als Mann durchs Leben geht und entsprechende Freiheiten genießt. Chawa baut sich eine neue Existenz auf. Sie findet Arbeit in einer Buchbinderei. Und verliebt sich in die stille Näherin Rose, die ihre Gefühle erwidert. In der Neuen Welt sind die Einwanderinnen vor Verfolgung sicher, doch auch dort sind die Straßen nicht mit Gold gepflastert ... "Sarahs Töchter" ist ein berührender Roman, der auf faszinierende Weise die Geschichte jüdischer Lesben erzählt.



Niagara by Niagara

Beyond The Pale
Author: Niagara
Publisher: 9Mm Books
ISBN: 9780976632580
Size: 79.42 MB
Page: 156
Release: 2005

Book Description
Traces the rising star Niagara from Punk Rock Royalty to her iconic art world status.



Beyond The Pale by Matthew Turner

Beyond The Pale
Author: Matthew Turner
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1631953850
Size: 57.46 MB
Page:
Release: 2021-05-04

Book Description
Ferdinand Foy is a mid-twenties Silicon Valley success story. Very successful, in fact. ‘On the fast-track to becoming a billionaire’ kind of successful. He assumes he knows what he wants and wakes up each day as an in-demand CEO everyone wants a piece of: girls, investors, the media... While appearing on a podcast, Ferdinand is forced to ask himself the question: Why do I want to become a billionaire? After which, he takes a sabbatical from his successful tech company to go and find himself. His journey takes him across the USA and further adrift to Spain, England, Cambodia, Bali and South America. Along the way, he meets fellow entrepreneurs, authors, and investors. On Ferdinand’s return to America, he experiments with new ideas. From meditation to an ayahuasca retreat, he begins to build a new definition of what success and happiness means to him. Beyond The Pale inspires readers to question their own pursuit of success. In a fast-paced world fueled by a hustle mentality, it forces them to reflect on their beliefs, goals, dreams, and purpose. Written for today’s non-stop entrepreneur that comes up with excuses as to why they don’t have the time to read a novel, Beyond The Pale offers them a story that empowers them to unhook, learn, and dive deeper while introducing them to aspects that not only help them grow their business, but also grow as a person.



Beyond The Pale by Elana Dykewomon

Beyond The Pale
Author: Elana Dykewomon
Publisher: Open Road Media
ISBN: 1480434221
Size: 45.42 MB
Page: 406
Release: 2013-06-18

Book Description
Winner of the Lambda Literary Award: “A page-turner that brings to life turn-of-the-century New York’s Lower East Side.” —Library Journal Born in a Russian-Jewish settlement, Gutke Gurvich is a midwife who immigrates to New York’s Lower East Side with her partner, a woman passing as a man. Their story crosses with that of Chava Meyer, a girl who was attended by Gutke at her birth and was later orphaned during the Kishinev pogrom of 1903. Chava has come to America with the family of her cousin Rose, and the two girls begin working at fourteen. As they live through the oppression and tragedies of their time, Chava and Rose grow to become lovers—and search for a community they can truly call their own. Set in Russia and New York during the early twentieth century and touching on the hallmarks of the Progressive Era—the Women’s Trade Union League, the Triangle Shirtwaist Factory Fire of 1911, anarchist and socialist movements, women’s suffrage, anti-Semitism—Elana Dykewomon’s Beyond the Pale is a richly detailed and moving story, offering a glimpse into a world that is often overlooked. “A wonderful novel.” —Sarah Waters



Beyond The Pale by Benjamin Nathans

Beyond The Pale
Author: Benjamin Nathans
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 0520208307
Size: 46.22 MB
Page: 424
Release: 2002-08-29

Book Description
"Nathans's deeply researched and meticulously argued book takes us into the drawing rooms and offices of successful Jews of St. Petersburg and greatly enhances our understanding not only of Jewish intellectual, political, and professional leadership but of Russian politics and society as well."—Richard Stites, author of Russian Popular Culture "The work of an extremely talented and intelligent historian. It breaks new ground both conceptually and substantively."—Michael Stanislawski, author of Zionism and the Fin de Siècle "Ben Nathans moves in this remarkable book well beyond the standard spatial as well as conceptual boundaries typically associated with prerevolutionary Russian Jewry. It is the work of a splendid historian who negotiates brilliantly the borders of Russian and Jewish history, and manages to link the two persuasively in an original, lucid narrative."—Steven J. Zipperstein, author of Imagining Russian Jewry