The Crown of Thorns

Author:Posie Graeme-Evans

Publisher:Simon and Schuster


Total Pages:416



Books Description:

In this windswept story set in the lusty fifteenth century, the enchanting Anne faces the challenge of raising her child in exile. Always resourceful, she flourishes as a merchant and is able to support her household. But the local businessmen aren't pleased about competing with a woman and her foes are multiplying around her, desperate to put her back in what they believe is her rightful place. Anne has a secret that her enemies could use to destroy her. Her beloved son is the product of a passionate affair with the king, Edward IV, who knows nothing of his existence. If this information were to fall into the wrong hands, it could prove lethal for Anne and her child. She struggles to find peace in a world of duplicity and suspicion, where adversaries masquerade as allies, and someone very powerful wants her dead. Yet, despite the pressure of her enemies, what pains Anne the most is that she is unsure when or if she will see her darling Edward again.

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Exiled from Jerusalem

Author:Rafiq Husseini

Publisher:Bloomsbury Publishing


Total Pages:376



Books Description:

The diaries of Dr Hussein Fakhri al-Khalidi offer a unique insight to the peculiarities of colonialism that have shaped Palestinian history. Elected mayor of Jerusalem – his city of birth – in 1935, the physician played a leading role in the Palestinian Rebellion of the next year, with profound consequences for the future of Palestinian resistance and British colonial rule. One of many Palestinian leaders deported as a result of the uprising, it was in British-imposed exile in the Seychelles Islands that al-Khalidi began his diaries. Written with equal attention to lively personal encounters and ongoing political upheavals, entries in the diaries cover his sudden arrest and deportation by the colonial authorities, the fifteen months of exile on the tropical island, and his subsequent return to political activity in London then Beirut. The diaries provide a historical and personal lens into Palestinian political life in the late 1930s, a period critical to understanding the catastrophic 1948 exodus and dispossession of the Palestinian people. With an introduction by Rashid Khalidi the publication of these diaries offers a wealth of primary material and a perspective on the struggle against colonialism that will be of great value to anyone interested in the Palestinian predicament, past and present.

The Exiles

Author:Christina Baker Kline



Total Pages:384



Books Description:

AN INSTANT NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER OPTIONED FOR TELEVISION BY BRUNA PAPANDREA, THE PRODUCER OF HBO'S BIG LITTLE LIES “A tour de force of original thought, imagination and promise … Kline takes full advantage of fiction — its freedom to create compelling characters who fully illuminate monumental events to make history accessible and forever etched in our minds." — Houston Chronicle The author of the #1 New York Times bestseller Orphan Train returns with an ambitious, emotionally resonant novel about three women whose lives are bound together in nineteenth-century Australia and the hardships they weather together as they fight for redemption and freedom in a new society. Seduced by her employer’s son, Evangeline, a naïve young governess in early nineteenth-century London, is discharged when her pregnancy is discovered and sent to the notorious Newgate Prison. After months in the fetid, overcrowded jail, she learns she is sentenced to “the land beyond the seas,” Van Diemen’s Land, a penal colony in Australia. Though uncertain of what awaits, Evangeline knows one thing: the child she carries will be born on the months-long voyage to this distant land. During the journey on a repurposed slave ship, the Medea, Evangeline strikes up a friendship with Hazel, a girl little older than her former pupils who was sentenced to seven years transport for stealing a silver spoon. Canny where Evangeline is guileless, Hazel—a skilled midwife and herbalist—is soon offering home remedies to both prisoners and sailors in return for a variety of favors. Though Australia has been home to Aboriginal people for more than 50,000 years, the British government in the 1840s considers its fledgling colony uninhabited and unsettled, and views the natives as an unpleasant nuisance. By the time the Medea arrives, many of them have been forcibly relocated, their land seized by white colonists. One of these relocated people is Mathinna, the orphaned daughter of the Chief of the Lowreenne tribe, who has been adopted by the new governor of Van Diemen’s Land. In this gorgeous novel, Christina Baker Kline brilliantly recreates the beginnings of a new society in a beautiful and challenging land, telling the story of Australia from a fresh perspective, through the experiences of Evangeline, Hazel, and Mathinna. While life in Australia is punishing and often brutally unfair, it is also, for some, an opportunity: for redemption, for a new way of life, for unimagined freedom. Told in exquisite detail and incisive prose, The Exiles is a story of grace born from hardship, the unbreakable bonds of female friendships, and the unfettering of legacy.

Exiled God and Exiled Peoples

Author:Andrea Fröchtling

Publisher:LIT Verlag Münster


Total Pages:280



Books Description:

" ""Exiled God and exiled peoples"" sets out to explore the perceptions of God within a number of forcibly removed communities in South Africa and Jewish survivors of the Shoah, with the latter being predominantly of German origin. It considers rupture in individual and commmunal life-stories as a determining factor in the perception of and the relationship with God and follows the path paved by survivors of apartheid and the Shoah by recalling their topo-logy, their stories about place, displacement and terror and the encapsulated relationship with God in their respective exiles. "

Exiled: Autumn's Peril

Author:Rosalie Skinner

Publisher:MuseItUp Publishing


Total Pages:226



Books Description:

Exiled and driven by guilt and vengeance, Caleath, adept in virtual reality games, finds himself on a world where magic rules. Assassins hunt him, ghosts haunt his nights, a sorcerer covets his knowledge and a beautiful hostage complicates his escape. Washed ashore from the wreck of the Albatross, tortured in mind and body, Caleath uses his dreaded nanobots in order to survive and reluctantly befriends the young Gwilt Their search for the survey satellite, which could lead Caleath home, unveils the terrifying world of 'a dark soul, black magic and a bloody sword'. On this perilous journey, an assassin destroys Caleath's healing nanobots, and exiles from his home planet follow his every move. He takes the beautiful Nasith, of the Ferran clan, hostage to keep the assassins at bay, but her presence endangers him more. A sorcerer forces Caleath to aid the Council of Mages when he discovers Caleath carries vital knowledge that could save the Sharyac people from the invading Tarack, a species of giant ants.

Exiled: Winter's Curse

Author:Rosalie Skinner

Publisher:MuseItUp Publishing


Total Pages:202



Books Description:

Alone, Caleath rides south to kill the Tarack queen in her dormant colony, and thus, ensure the safety of the people. His ‘kill or be killed’ mission is not altruistic. Although he justifies his motive, saving the people, gaining his own freedom and acceptance, deep within his soul he battles a yearning for Tarack stim crystal. However, a small child's plea for help dissolves Caleath's simple plan. His new quest takes him on a desperate path traversed by bandits, dragons, bloody battles, danger, and death. No longer is Caleath alone. Meanwhile Nasith travels south with Lachlan, Gwilt, and a band of soldiers prepared for the battle with the Tarack. As they travel, Gwilt voices his concern about the malevolence surrounding a newcomer to the group. Convinced his doubts have fallen on deaf ears, he remains alert and wary. His attitude leads to a confrontation from which neither he nor Nasith emerge unscathed. Winter allows the people of Allorn time to prepare, while other nefarious schemes rise to destroy them.

Locating Exiled Writers in Contemporary Russian Literature

Author:L. Wakamiya



Total Pages:206



Books Description:

This innovative study examines the work of exiles from the Soviet Union who returned to a reformed post-Soviet Russia to initiate narrative processes of self-definition oriented toward a readership and nation seeking self-identity, all at a time of social, political and cultural transition within Russia itself.

Exiled in the Homeland

Author:Donna Robinson Divine

Publisher:University of Texas Press


Total Pages:263



Books Description:

Offering a new perspective on Zionism, Exiled in the Homeland draws on memoirs, newspaper accounts, and archival material to examine closely the lives of the men and women who immigrated to Palestine in the early twentieth century. Rather than reducing these historic settlements to a single, unified theme, Donna Robinson Divine's research reveals an extraordinary spectrum of motivations and experiences among these populations. Though British rule and the yearning for a Jewish national home contributed to a foundation of solidarity, Exiled in the Homeland presents the many ways in which the message of emigration settled into the consciousness of the settlers. Considering the benefits and costs of their Zionist commitments, Divine explores a variety of motivations and outcomes, ranging from those newly arrived immigrants who harnessed their ambition for the goal of radical transformation to those who simply dreamed of living a better life. Also capturing the day-to-day experiences in families that faced scarce resources, as well as the British policies that shaped a variety of personal decisions on the part of the newcomers, Exiled in the Homeland provides new keys to understanding this pivotal chapter in Jewish history.

Voice of An Exiled Tibetan

Author:Yeshe Choesang

Publisher:Yeshe Choesang


Total Pages:200



Books Description:

This book is about the abuses of human rights in Tibet include restricted freedom of religion, culture, language, belief, and association. Particularly, Tibetans have faced arbitrary arrest and maltreatment in custody, including torture at the hands of Chinese authorities. Freedom of the Press in the China is still absent, and Tibet’s media is tightly controlled by the Chinese leadership, making it difficult to determine accurately the scope of human rights abuses. Today, China sees the Tibetan religion and culture as the main threat to the leadership of the Communist Party. Cover photo: After China’s 65-year-long brutal repression of the Tibetan people, Tibet is still an occupied territory and Tibetans live under constant military and police surveillance.

Hanging Between two Worlds - The Exiled Self in David Malouf s The Conversations at Curlow Creek

Author:Melanie Jürgens

Publisher:GRIN Verlag


Total Pages:31



Books Description:

Seminar paper from the year 2002 in the subject English Language and Literature Studies - Literature, grade: 1,7 (A-), Christian-Albrechts-University of Kiel (English Seminar), course: Hauptseminar: Postcolonial Texts from the Terranglia, 17 entries in the bibliography, language: English, abstract: [...]The main focus of the following paper will lie on the mental consequences of being in exile, mainly portrayed in the protagonist - or main consciousness- Michael Adair. Furthermore I will propose to consider the notions of estrangement that can be found in Adair as well as in Carney, the differences between life in their home country Ireland and their new (temporary) home Australia from the colonial point of view.

German-speaking Exiles in Great Britain

Author:Ian Wallace,James M. Ritchie



Total Pages:195



Books Description:

From the contents: Charmian BRINSON: Autobiography in exile: the reflections of women refugees from Nazism in British exile, 1933-1945. - Alexander STEPHAN: Hetz- und Greuelpropaganda. Die Uberwachung der deutschen Exilschriftsteller in Grossbritannien durch das Auswartige Amt. - Jorg THUNECKE: Die Isle of Man-Lagerzeitungen The Camp und The Onchan Pioneer: Kultur im Ausnahmezustand."

Occupational Mobility in an Exiled Community

Author:Professor Dr Madhu Rajput

Publisher:Library of Tibetan Works and Archives


Total Pages:324



Books Description:

The book is an empirical research done by Prof. Madhu Rajput on socio-economic status of Tibetan women in exile. Though the author has focused on Tibetan women at Dharamsala and Dehradun, she takes readers to the era when Tibet was an independent nation, narrating their livelihood and traditions. It is a story of skillful adaptation they displayed in the face of drastically changed circumstances in exile to make their existence meaningful and contributory. In early 1960s during conflict, migration and resettlement, it were the Tibetan women and children who suffered the most, as out of their sheltered existence, they became vulnerable to various forms of gender-based exploitation. As a result of flight trauma, anxiety and hardships of beginning a life in exile, most of them suffer from psychological disorders which affect their social and family lives. In addition to many subjects discussed in the book, the author puts an effort to understand the challenges specific to Tibetan women and children, and create sensitization on the issue.


Author:Michael W. Elliott



Total Pages:624



Books Description:

Julie, a single mother, and her daughter Karen, are trying to move on after the loss of Julie’s soulmate Kmyviks. Kmyviks was an alien who was a criminal on his home planet. He was exiled to Earth for one year until his sentence could be executed. While on Earth he fell in love with Julie and they had an incredible romance. After Kmyviks was taken back to his home planet, Julie discovered she was pregnant with his child. ‘Robert’ is the story of how Julie and Karen struggled to raise a child who was half alien. Robert quickly discovers he is not like the other children and struggles in a world where he is clearly superior. After awhile, Robert senses a connection with his father whom he has never met. Could Kmyviks still be alive?

Exiled in America

Author:Christopher P. Dum

Publisher:Columbia University Press


Total Pages:320



Books Description:

Residential motels have long been places of last resort for many vulnerable Americans—released prisoners, people with disabilities or mental illness, struggling addicts, the recently homeless, and the working poor. Cast aside by their families and mainstream society, they survive in squalid, unsafe, and demeaning circumstances that few of us can imagine. For a year, the sociologist Christopher P. Dum lived in the Boardwalk Motel to better understand its residents and the varied paths that brought them there. He witnessed moments of violence and conflict, as well as those of care and compassion. As told through the voices and experiences of motel residents, Exiled in America paints a portrait of a vibrant community whose members forged identities in response to overwhelming stigma and created meaningful lives despite crushing economic instability. In addition to chronicling daily life at the Boardwalk, Dum follows local neighborhood efforts to shut the establishment down, leading to a wider analysis of legislative attempts to sanitize shared social space. He also suggests meaningful policy changes to address the societal failures that lead to the need for motels such as the Boardwalk. The story of the Boardwalk, and the many motels like it, will concern anyone who cares about the lives of America's most vulnerable citizens.

Monarchy and Exile

Author:P. Mansel,T. Riotte



Total Pages:361



Books Description:

Using detailed studies of fifteen exiled royal figures, the role of Exile in European Society and in the evolution of national cultures is examined. From the Jacobite court to the exiled Kings' of Hanover, the book provides an alternative history of monarchical power from the 16th to 20th century.

Echoes of Exile

Author:Ines Rotermund-Reynard

Publisher:Walter de Gruyter GmbH & Co KG


Total Pages:196



Books Description:

Thousands of people were driven into exile by Germany's National Socialist regime from 1933 onward. For many German-speaking artists and writers Paris became a temporary capital. The archives of these exiles became "displaced objects" - scattered, stolen, confiscated, and often destroyed, but also frequently preserved. This book assesses previously unknown source material stored at the Moscow State Military Archive (RVGA) since the end of the war, and offers new insights into the activities of German-speaking exiles in the 1930s in Paris and Europe. Against the backdrop of current debates surrounding displaced cultural goods and their restitution, this work seeks to facilitate a transnational, interdisciplinary scientific dialogue.

The Dialectics of Exile

Author:Sophia A. McClennen

Publisher:Purdue University Press


Total Pages:304



Books Description:

Criticism of exile literature has tended to analyse these works according to a binary logic where exile either produces creative freedom or traps the writer in restrictive nostalgia. This title offers a theory of exile writing that accounts for the persistance of these dual impulses.

Exile in Literature

Author:María-Inés Lagos-Pope,María-Inés Lagos Pope

Publisher:Bucknell University Press


Total Pages:139



Books Description:

This chronologically arranged collection of essays explores the concept of exile, from the literal to the metaphorical, in Western literary works, such as those of Hrothswitha of Gandersheim, Dante, Unamuno, Heinrich Boell, and Irish and Latin American contemporary writers.

Unraveled Heart [The Exiled 5]

Author:Lynn Hagen



Total Pages:N.A



Books Description:

[Siren Publishing: The Lynn Hagen ManLove Collection: Erotic Alternative Paranormal Romance, M/M, shape-shifter, HEA] Disowned by his father, Palmino is left to fend for himself in the human realm. With nothing but the clothes on his back, he takes refuge in a small town after being attacked by a soul-sucking demon. His life on the other side of the veil is dismal at best, but things finally start to look up when he runs into his mate. Silo is floored when he finds out that his mate is a breathtaking fairy. It isn't until after he claims Palmino that he discovers the fairy's well-hidden secret. Palmino is unseelie. His mate belongs to the dark and evil race of fairies, and Palmino's father rules that realm. When Novus summons Palmino home, Silo is forced to the other side of the veil with his mate. Tempers rise, a spell is cast, and it's Palmino who pays the ultimate price for loving his winged beast. ** A Siren Erotic Romance Lynn Hagen is a Siren-exclusive author.