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Devils Within by S. F. Henson

Title Devils Within
Author S. F. Henson
Publisher Simon and Schuster
Release Date 2017-10-31
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 336
ISBN 9781510714588
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A 2018 William C. Morris Award Finalist Killing isn’t supposed to be easy. But it is. It’s the after that’s hard to deal with. Nate was eight the first time he stabbed someone; he was eleven when he earned his red laces—a prize for spilling blood for “the cause.” And he was fourteen when he murdered his father (and the leader of The Fort, a notorious white supremacist compound) in self-defense, landing in a treatment center while the state searched for his next of kin. Now, in the custody of an uncle he never knew existed, who wants nothing to do with him, Nate just wants to disappear. Enrolled in a new school under a false name, so no one from The Fort can find him, he struggles to forge a new life, trying to learn how to navigate a world where people of different races interact without enmity. But he can’t stop awful thoughts from popping into his head, or help the way he shivers with a desire to commit violence. He wants to be different—he just doesn’t know where to start. Then he meets Brandon, a person The Fort conditioned Nate to despise on sight. But Brandon's also the first person to treat him like a human instead of a monster. Brandon could never understand Nate’s dark past, so Nate keeps quiet. And it works for a while. But all too soon, Nate's worlds crash together, and he must decide between his own survival and standing for what’s right, even if it isn’t easy. Even if society will never be able to forgive him for his sins. Like a teen American History X, S.F. Henson’s Devils Within is gut-wrenching, thought-provoking, no-holds-barred look at the plague of white supremacy in contemporary American culture that may have you examining your own soul.

Devils Within by S. F. Henson

Title Devils Within
Author S. F. Henson
Publisher Sky Pony
Release Date 2020-02-04
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 408
ISBN 1510751831
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A William C. Morris Award Finalist Killing isn’t supposed to be easy. But it is. It’s the after that’s hard to deal with. Nate was eight the first time he stabbed someone; he was eleven when he earned his red laces—a prize for spilling blood for “the cause.” And he was fourteen when he murdered his father (and the leader of The Fort, a notorious white supremacist compound) in self-defense, landing in a treatment center while the state searched for his next of kin. Now, in the custody of an uncle he never knew existed, who wants nothing to do with him, Nate just wants to disappear. Enrolled in a new school under a false name, so no one from The Fort can find him, he struggles to forge a new life, trying to learn how to navigate a world where people of different races interact without enmity. But he can’t stop awful thoughts from popping into his head, or help the way he shivers with a desire to commit violence. He wants to be different—he just doesn’t know where to start. Then he meets Brandon, a person The Fort conditioned Nate to despise on sight. But Brandon's also the first person to treat him like a human instead of a monster. Brandon could never understand Nate’s dark past, so Nate keeps quiet. And it works for a while. But all too soon, Nate's worlds crash together, and he must decide between his own survival and standing for what’s right, even if it isn’t easy. Even if society will never be able to forgive him for his sins. Like a teen American History X, S.F. Henson’s Devils Within is gut-wrenching, thought-provoking, no-holds-barred look at the plague of white supremacy in contemporary American culture that may have you examining your own soul.

Devils Within by S. F. Henson

Title Devils Within
Author S. F. Henson
Publisher Sky Pony
Release Date 2017-10-31
Category Young Adult Fiction
Total Pages 404
ISBN 1510714561
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A 2018 William C. Morris Award Finalist Killing isn’t supposed to be easy. But it is. It’s the after that’s hard to deal with. Nate was eight the first time he stabbed someone; he was eleven when he earned his red laces—a prize for spilling blood for “the cause.” And he was fourteen when he murdered his father (and the leader of The Fort, a notorious white supremacist compound) in self-defense, landing in a treatment center while the state searched for his next of kin. Now, in the custody of an uncle he never knew existed, who wants nothing to do with him, Nate just wants to disappear. Enrolled in a new school under a false name, so no one from The Fort can find him, he struggles to forge a new life, trying to learn how to navigate a world where people of different races interact without enmity. But he can’t stop awful thoughts from popping into his head, or help the way he shivers with a desire to commit violence. He wants to be different—he just doesn’t know where to start. Then he meets Brandon, a person The Fort conditioned Nate to despise on sight. But Brandon's also the first person to treat him like a human instead of a monster. Brandon could never understand Nate’s dark past, so Nate keeps quiet. And it works for a while. But all too soon, Nate's worlds crash together, and he must decide between his own survival and standing for what’s right, even if it isn’t easy. Even if society will never be able to forgive him for his sins. Like a teen American History X, S.F. Henson’s Devils Within is gut-wrenching, thought-provoking, no-holds-barred look at the plague of white supremacy in contemporary American culture that may have you examining your own soul.

The Devils Within by Vincent Edwards

Title The Devils Within
Author Vincent Edwards
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2012-05-01
Category Fiction
Total Pages 220
ISBN 9781468562613
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Eric Torch was a detective for the New York City police department, working homicide. Some said that he was the best when it came down to finding killers and bringing them in, or so everyone thought. Eric's whole life had been around murder and death. He had the best training from his past. There were many that hated him or loved him, not that he really cared. They say one moment can change your whole life and Eric was living proof of that.

The Devil Within by Brian Levack

Title The Devil Within
Author Brian Levack
Publisher Yale University Press
Release Date 2013-04-22
Category Religion
Total Pages 359
ISBN 9780300195385
Language English, Spanish, and French
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A fascinating, wide-ranging survey of the history of demon possession and exorcism through the ages. In the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, the era of the Reformation, thousands of Europeans were thought to be possessed by demons. In response to their horrifying symptoms—violent convulsions, displays of preternatural strength, vomiting of foreign objects, displaying contempt for sacred objects, and others—exorcists were summoned to expel the evil spirits from victims’ bodies. This compelling book focuses on possession and exorcism in the Reformation period, but also reaches back to the fifteenth century and forward to our own times. Entire convents of nuns in French, Italian, and Spanish towns, thirty boys in an Amsterdam orphanage, a small group of young girls in Salem, Massachusetts—these are among the instances of demon possession in the United States and throughout Europe that Brian Levack closely examines, taking into account the diverse interpretations of generations of theologians, biblical scholars, pastors, physicians, anthropologists, psychiatrists, and historians. Challenging the commonly held belief that possession signals physical or mental illness, the author argues that demoniacs and exorcists—consciously or not—are following their various religious cultures, and their performances can only be understood in those contexts. “Riveting [and] readable . . . must-reading for students of history, psychology and religion.” —Publishers Weekly “Levak, a distinguished historian of early modern witchcraft, now sets exorcism in a long historical perspective, providing the most comprehensive and scholarly overview of the theme yet published.” —Peter Marshall, Times Literary Supplement

The Devil Within by Ryo Takagi

Title The Devil Within
Author Ryo Takagi
Publisher Go! Media Entertainment Llc
Release Date 2007
Category Comics & Graphic Novels
Total Pages 200
ISBN 1933617446
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Rion, who believes all men are devils and only young boys are angels, finds herself engaged to three mysterious men, and must pick one to marry, but discovers something sinister about herself and her love for young Tenshi.

Devils Within by Turtleback Books Publishing, Limited

Title Devils Within
Author Turtleback Books Publishing, Limited
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2020-02-04
Category
Total Pages 408
ISBN 1663600473
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Devil Inside by D.L. Hicks

Title The Devil Inside
Author D.L. Hicks
Publisher Pantera Press
Release Date 2020-02-04
Category Fiction
Total Pages 350
ISBN 9781925700824
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Do not fear what you are about to suffer. Revelation 2:10 In a peaceful coastal town, a young woman is found brutally murdered, a piece of scripture held tightly in her hand. Local detective Charlotte Callaghan is put on the case, and she’s glad for the distraction – Gull Bay can be a hard place to keep a secret, and she’s holding on to a few. After Charlotte asks her brother, Father Joseph Callaghan, about the verse, her suspicions fall on his parishioners. Then a second victim is found, along with another biblical message. A dark betrayal is concealed within the small community. For Charlotte, there’s something personal about this case, something that threatens the very core of her beliefs. Can she unravel this mystery before it tears her town apart? A gripping crime novel about murder, betrayal, and the monsters who hide in plain sight.

Mi Voz Mi Vida by Andrew Garrod

Title Mi Voz Mi Vida
Author Andrew Garrod
Publisher Cornell University Press
Release Date 2012-12-17
Category Biography & Autobiography
Total Pages 280
ISBN 9780801463792
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Amid the flurry of debates about immigration, poverty, and education in the United States, the stories in Mi Voz, Mi Vida allow us to reflect on how young people who might be most affected by the results of these debates actually navigate through American society. The fifteen Latino college students who tell their stories in this book come from a variety of socioeconomic, regional, and family backgrounds—they are young men and women of Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, Dominican, Central American, and South American descent. Their insights are both balanced and frank, blending personal, anecdotal, political, and cultural viewpoints. Their engaging stories detail the students' personal struggles with issues such as identity and biculturalism, family dynamics, religion, poverty, stereotypes, and the value of education. Throughout, they provide insights into issues of racial identity in contemporary America among a minority population that is very much in the news. This book gives educators, students, and their families a clear view of the experience of Latino students adapting to a challenging educational environment and a cultural context—Dartmouth College—often very different from their childhood ones.

Demons And Devils by Glendon Watson

Title Demons and Devils
Author Glendon Watson
Publisher Outskirts Press
Release Date 2015-05-27
Category Religion
Total Pages 139
ISBN 9781478754534
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Satan and his demons have found many ways in which an entrance is afforded to them in our lives, our homes, our children and yes, our nation. Offering things to idols provides other gateways to the Kingdom of Darkness. Shedding the blood of an animal on a construction site is a typical example of offering things to idols as we seek to appease evil spirits. Those who know God must, however, seek to expose the powers of darkness. The church must play a vital role in exposing the Kingdom of Darkness and equipping the saints to overcome the power of darkness. This is the hallmark of this book, ‘to expose and to equip’. Even non-Christians, in reading this book, will be able to guide their own families in a way that will help to preserve their loved ones.

The Hand Of God by Malcolm Ward

Title The Hand of God
Author Malcolm Ward
Publisher AuthorHouse
Release Date 2016-03-18
Category Fiction
Total Pages 588
ISBN 9781524629809
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Malcolm Batley travels back to Cameroon, Africa. Hes still trying to save his sister, after failing the last time. Hes been sort after be the police, the army, the Americans, over twenty mercenaries, Salina, and more bad men than he wanted. Hes reunited with his sister and a new lover. Batleys grown up and matured a little this time. After escaping the first time, only to be caught once more. He uses his witch doctor magic powers to escape, while trying to stay one step in front, but always seems to fail. They are more parties after the gold, although he finds it harder to kill those, who would harm them. Hes having to come to terms with good and evil, after realizing its better to save life, than to kill. Batley must save them all, and after seen his lovers death, as well as his own. Hes used his powers to see into their future, and seen a way to save them all, although he can never see the final outcome. There sailing on the river after an alliance is formed between them. Batleys forced to take command and they head out for the gold. Another party thats also after the gold gets in their way. Can he save them, his self and give them the gold? He blacks out and is forced to fight his own demons, in a world of madness and brutality, like he could never think possible. Death and double crossing is all around them.

The Devil Within by Charlotte Sielman Streisinger

Title The Devil Within
Author Charlotte Sielman Streisinger
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1951
Category Devil in literature
Total Pages 154
ISBN STANFORD:36105012191156
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Devil Within by Marc Cramer

Title The Devil Within
Author Marc Cramer
Publisher W H Allen
Release Date 1979
Category Demoniac possession
Total Pages 313
ISBN UOM:39015020636307
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Title Saving the Tasmanian Devil
Author Carolyn Hogg
Publisher CSIRO PUBLISHING
Release Date 2019-08-01
Category Science
Total Pages 348
ISBN 9781486307203
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Tasmanian devil is threatened by Devil Facial Tumour Disease (DFTD), a transmissible form of cancer that has reduced the population by over 80%. Persecution, extreme climate events, vehicle collision and habitat destruction also put pressure on this endangered species. The recovery effort to save the Tasmanian devil commenced over 15 years ago as a collaborative initiative between the Tasmanian government, the Australian government, the Zoo and Aquarium Association Australasia, and many research institutions. Saving the Tasmanian Devil documents the journey taken by partner organisations in discovering what DFTD is, the effect it has on wild devil populations, and the outcomes achieved through research and management actions. Chapters describe all aspects of devil conservation, including the captive devil populations, applied pathology, immunology and genetic research findings, adaptive management, and the importance of advocacy and partnerships. This book will provide management practitioners and conservation scientists with insight into the complexities of undertaking a program of this scale, and will also be of value to researchers, students and others interested in conservation.

The Devil by Philip C. Almond

Title The Devil
Author Philip C. Almond
Publisher Cornell University Press
Release Date 2014-09-11
Category Religion
Total Pages 306
ISBN 9780801471865
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Although the Devil still 'lives' in modern popular culture, for the past 250 years he has become marginal to the dominant concerns of Western intellectual thought. That life could not be thought or imagined without him, that he was a part of the everyday, continually present in nature and history, and active at the depths of our selves, has been all but forgotten. It is the aim of this work to bring modern readers to a deeper appreciation of how, from the early centuries of the Christian period through to the recent beginnings of the modern world, the human story could not be told and human life could not be lived apart from the 'life' of the Devil. With that comes the deeper recognition that, for the better part of the last two thousand years, the battle between good and evil in the hearts and minds of men and women was but the reflection of a cosmic battle between God and Satan, the divine and the diabolic, that was at the heart of history itself."—from The Devil Lucifer, Mephistopheles, Beelzebub; Ha-Satan or the Adversary; Iblis or Shaitan: no matter what name he travels under, the Devil has throughout the ages and across civilizations been a compelling and charismatic presence. In Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, the supposed reign of God has long been challenged by the fiery malice of his opponent, as contending forces of good and evil have between them weighed human souls in the balance. In The Devil, Philip C. Almond explores the figure of evil incarnate from the first centuries of the Christian era. Along the way, he describes the rise of demonology as an intellectual and theological pursuit, the persecution as witches of women believed to consort with the Devil and his minions, and the decline in the belief in Hell and in angels and demons as corporeal beings as a result of the Enlightenment. Almond shows that the Prince of Darkness remains an irresistible subject in history, religion, art, literature, and culture. Almond brilliantly locates the "life" of the Devil within the broader Christian story of which it is inextricably a part; the "demonic paradox" of the Devil as both God's enforcer and his enemy is at the heart of Christianity. Woven throughout the account of the Christian history of the Devil is another complex and complicated history: that of the idea of the Devil in Western thought. Sorcery, witchcraft, possession, even melancholy, have all been laid at the Devil's doorstep. Until the Enlightenment enforced a "disenchantment" with the old archetypes, even rational figures such as Thomas Aquinas were obsessed with the nature of the Devil and the specific characteristics of the orders of demons and angels. It was a significant moment both in the history of demonology and in theology when Benedict de Spinoza (1632–1677) denied the Devil's existence; almost four hundred years later, popular fascination with the idea of the Devil has not yet dimmed.

Vexed With Devils by Erika Gasser

Title Vexed with Devils
Author Erika Gasser
Publisher NYU Press
Release Date 2017-07-07
Category History
Total Pages 272
ISBN 9781479847815
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Stories of witchcraft and demonic possession from early modern England through the last official trials in colonial New England. Those possessed by the devil in early modern England usually exhibited a common set of symptoms: fits, vomiting, visions, contortions, speaking in tongues, and an antipathy to prayer. However, it was a matter of interpretation, and sometimes public opinion, if these symptoms were visited upon the victim, or if they came from within. Both early modern England and colonial New England had cases that blurred the line between witchcraft and demonic possession, most famously, the Salem witch trials. While historians acknowledge some similarities in witch trials between the two regions, such as the fact that an overwhelming majority of witches were women, the histories of these cases primarily focus on local contexts and specifics. In so doing, they overlook the ways in which manhood factored into possession and witchcraft cases. Vexed with Devils is a cultural history of witchcraft-possession phenomena that centers on the role of men and patriarchal power. Erika Gasser reveals that witchcraft trials had as much to do with who had power in the community, to impose judgement or to subvert order, as they did with religious belief. She argues that the gendered dynamics of possession and witchcraft demonstrated that contested meanings of manhood played a critical role in the struggle to maintain authority. While all men were not capable of accessing power in the same ways, many of the people involved—those who acted as if they were possessed, men accused of being witches, and men who wrote possession propaganda—invoked manhood as they struggled to advocate for themselves during these perilous times. Gasser ultimately concludes that the decline of possession and witchcraft cases was not merely a product of change over time, but rather an indication of the ways in which patriarchal power endured throughout and beyond the colonial period. Vexed with Devils reexamines an unnerving time and offers a surprising new perspective on our own, using stories and voices which emerge from the records in ways that continue to fascinate and unsettle us.

Living With The Devil by Stephen Batchelor

Title Living with the Devil
Author Stephen Batchelor
Publisher Penguin
Release Date 2005-06-07
Category Religion
Total Pages 240
ISBN 9781101663080
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Stephen Batchelor's seminal work on humanity's struggle between good and evil In the national bestseller Living with the Devil, Batchelor traces the trajectory from the words of the Buddha and Christ, through the writings of Shantideva, Milton, and Pascal, to the poetry of Baudelaire, the fiction of Kafka, and the findings of modern physics and evolutionary biology to examine who we really are, and to rest in the uncertainty that we may never know. Like his previous bestseller, Buddhism without Beliefs, Living with the Devil is also an introduction to Buddhism that encourages readers to nourish their "buddha nature" and make peace with the devils that haunt human life. He tells a poetic and provocative tale about living with life's contradictions that will challenge you to live your life as an existence imbued with purpose, freedom, and compassion—rather than habitual self-interest and fear.

Buzz by Kenneth Carter

Title Buzz
Author Kenneth Carter
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2019-10-31
Category Psychology
Total Pages 225
ISBN 9781108738101
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Are you a thrill-seeker or a chill-seeker? A clinical psychologist lifts the lid on what makes adrenaline junkies tick.

Devil S Pact by F. C. Duke Zeller

Title Devil s Pact
Author F. C. Duke Zeller
Publisher Birch Lane Press
Release Date 1996
Category History
Total Pages 368
ISBN UOM:39015040689401
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The story of the labor union profiles Jackie Presser and reveals the union's underground history

Title Demons Within Other Disturbing Tales
Author Helen Hoke
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1977
Category Horror tales, American
Total Pages 189
ISBN UVA:X000032705
Language English, Spanish, and French
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