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Phantoms of Remembrance

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Phantoms of Remembrance by Patrick J. Geary Book Summary:

In Phantoms of Remembrance, Patrick Geary makes important new inroads into the widely discussed topic of historical memory, vividly evoking the everyday lives of eleventh-century people and both their written and nonwritten ways of preserving the past. Through richly detailed descriptions of various acts of remembrance - including the naming of children and the recording of visions - the author unearths a wide range of approaches to preserving the past as it was or formulating the past that an individual or group prefers to imagine. By focusing on a turning point in medieval history, one in which an effort was made to make a cultural break with the previous centuries, Geary offers a dramatic example of specific mental and social structures that filtered the memories communicated by social elites and ordinary individuals alike.

Remembrance of Things Past

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Remembrance of Things Past by Marcel Proust Book Summary:

Proust is the twentieth century's Dante, presenting us with a unique, unsettling picture of ourselves as jealous lovers and unmitigated snobs, frittering our lives away, with only the hope of art as a possible salvation.

The Topography of Remembrance

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The Topography of Remembrance by Gerdien Jonker Book Summary:

This publication gives an analysis of Mesopotamian communal remembrance. It deals with public and private aspects of ancient memory practice and explores the interface between the oral and the written. New insights are offered to the interdisciplinary discussions on collective memory and national remembrance.

Riot and Remembrance

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Riot and Remembrance by James S. Hirsch Book Summary:

Drawing on period documents and interviews with survivors and their descendants, the author of Hurricane offers a definitive account of the 1921 race riot that destroyed the Greenwood section of Tulsa, Oklahoma, leaving hundreds of black residents dead, and describes the battle for belated justice and reparations to the victims. Reprint.

The remembrance

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The remembrance by N.A Book Summary:

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The Remembrance of Things Past

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The Remembrance of Things Past by Matthew Rampley Book Summary:

The art historian Aby M. Warburg and the philosopher Walter Benjamin are widely respected as two of the most significant cultural theorists of the twentieth century. Their common interests in historiography, the function of collective memory, and the relation of modern society to earlier stages of human social existence, were important examples of the attempt to articulate, analyse and represent the experience of modernity. Drawing on a variety of discourses from aesthetics, art history, anthropology and psychology, they presented an account of modernity and human development that represented an important counter to the optimistic belief in progress prevalent amongst their contemporaries. Rarely, however, have the connections between these two thinkers been explored in depth. This volume consists of an exploration of the intellectual relation between them, considering their varying responses to the question of the meaning of modernity, and above all their common legacy for the present.

Remembrance

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Remembrance by Robert A. Fletcher,Robert B. Fletcher Book Summary:

Remembrance: A Tribute to America's Veterans is a 152-page hardcover book of beautifully-detailed paintings of veterans and military funerals from all of America's armed conflicts. Each of the 44 precisely detailed watercolor paintings and 19 pencil drawings are accompanied by historical text as well as inspirational quotes and poems. Remembrance provides a new perspective on every war in our nation's history, and a view of veterans' lives that has never been seen before. The artist, Robert A. Fletcher, is a Korean War veteran; the text was written by his son Rob.

Frames of Remembrance

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Frames of Remembrance by Iwona Irwin Zarecka Book Summary:

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Remembrance

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Remembrance by Jude Deveraux Book Summary:

New York Times bestselling author Jude Deveraux plunges a modern-day woman into the mysteries of the past—where an enchanting love awaits... Bestselling romance writer Hayden Lane has never been so obsessed with one of her fictional heroes before so entranced that she barely notices when her fiancé breaks their engagement. Desperate to discover more about him, she visits a psychic who tells har that in a past life, Hayden was Lady de Grey, a promiscuous woman of Edwardian England whose ghost is said to haunt her husband's home. Warned not to investigate further, Hayden is more intrigued than ever and can't resist being subject to a hypnotist's magic. But the trick goes wrong, and instead of merely remembering her past as Lady de Grey, Hayden is living it right down to her too-tight corset. Now, Hayden will discover quite a different story about a woman history considered a trollop, a spectacular, brooding man, and the rapturous love that would be hers if she dared open her heart to the most mysterious adventure of all....

Remembrance and Denial

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Remembrance and Denial by Stephen Astourian,Yair Auron,Levon Marashlian,Hilmar Kaiser,Robert Jay Lifton,Eric Markusen,Donald E. Miller,Marc Nichanian,Rubina Peroomian,Ara Sarafian,Lorne Shirinian,Roger W. Smith,Yves Ternon Book Summary:

A fresh look at the forgotten genocide of world history.

Image and Remembrance

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Image and Remembrance by Shelley Hornstein,Florence Jacobowitz Book Summary:

Essays from contributors including Tim Cole, Marianne Hirsch, and Andrea Liss stress the importance of Holocaust remembrance via films, paintings, and other visual representations that help in the retention of memories.

A Waka Anthology: Grasses of remembrance (2 v.)

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A Waka Anthology: Grasses of remembrance (2 v.) by Edwin A. Cranston Book Summary:

The second volume carries forward the story of Japanese court poetry through its Early Classical period, drawing from sources dating from the 890s to the 1080s. These two centuries saw the revival of the prestige of poetry in the native tongue after a century of official preference for versification in Chinese. An anthology of anthologies, Grasses of Remembrance draws copiously from the first four imperially ordered collections, Kokinshu, Gosenshu, Shuishu, and Goshuishu, examining the structure and illustrating the content of each. In all, the book contains over 2,600 poems in lively and readable translation, including selections from Shinsen Man'yoshu, a late-ninth-century collection of parallel verses in Chinese and Japanese, and all 795 poems from The Tale of Genji.

The Course of Remembrance and Other Essays on Hölderlin

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The Course of Remembrance and Other Essays on Hölderlin by Dieter Henrich,Eckart Förster Book Summary:

In a series of studies over the last 30 years, Henrich has shown that Hölderlin played a decisive role in the development of philosophy from Kant to Hegel. This book includes six of Henrich's most important essays on Hölderlin.

Deathscapes

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Deathscapes by James D. Sidaway Book Summary:

Death is at once a universal and everyday, but also an extraordinary experience in the lives of those affected. Death and bereavement are thereby intensified at (and frequently contained within) certain sites and regulated spaces, such as the hospital, the cemetery and the mortuary. However, death also affects and unfolds in many other spaces: the home, public spaces and places of worship, sites of accident, tragedy and violence. Such spaces, or Deathscapes, are intensely private and personal places, while often simultaneously being shared, collective, sites of experience and remembrance; each place mediated through the intersections of emotion, body, belief, culture, society and the state. Bringing together geographers, sociologists, anthropologists, cultural studies academics and historians among others, this book focuses on the relationships between space/place and death/ bereavement in 'western' societies. Addressing three broad themes: the place of death; the place of final disposition; and spaces of remembrance and representation, the chapters reflect a variety of scales ranging from the mapping of bereavement on the individual or in private domestic space, through to sites of accident, battle, burial, cremation and remembrance in public space. The book also examines social and cultural changes in death and bereavement practices, including personalisation and secularisation. Other social trends are addressed by chapters on green and garden burial, negotiating emotion in public/ private space, remembrance of violence and disaster, and virtual space. A meshing of material and 'more-than-representational' approaches consider the nature, culture, economy and politics of Deathscapes - what are in effect some of the most significant places in human society.

Remembrance of Things Past, Volume I

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Remembrance of Things Past, Volume I by Marcel Proust Book Summary:

Here are the first two volumes of Proust’s monumental achievement, Swann’s Way and Within a Budding Grove. The famous overture to Swann's Way sets down the grand themes that govern In Search of Lost Time: as the narrator recalls his childhood in Paris and Combray, exquisite memories, long since passed—his mother’s good-night kiss, the water lilies on the Vivonne, his love for Swann’s daughter Gilberte—spring vividly into being. In Within a Budding Grove—which won the Prix Goncourt in 1919, bringing the author instant fame—the narrator turns from his childhood recollections and begins to explore the memories of his adolescence. As his affections for Gilberte grow dim, the narrator discovers a new object of attention in the bright-eyed Albertine. Their encounters unfold by the shores of Balbec. One of the great works of Western literature, now in the new definitive French Pleiade edition translated by C.K. Scott Moncrieff and Terence Kilmartin.

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Remembrance by Burton L. Carlson Book Summary:

As the volume of this title suggests, these poems present memories of persons and places and events, many from Mr. Carlson's childhood. The perspective, of course, is more current. There is humor, some whimsy and love, some regret and shame and, occasionally, some anger remembered. But it still is plain that description is the name of the game. If you like Norman Rockwell's paintings, you will like these poems. You are likely to remember some people you never met.

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Remembrance by George Kilbourne Book Summary:

The oral history of a family never matches up with the written word. As a result, when a person dies who has the basic information, much of the history dies with that person. Gone are the horse thieves, rascals and real characters who make up the gene pool of the present generation; gone are the do-gooders who never created a fuss or stirred a wave. They are forgotten along with the horse thieves, and yet all of them left an impression and were part of the history of the family. In an effort to pass on what was said, these words are being written. They may not amount to much, but at least, they will contribute to the knowledge of the present and future generations. Maybe it can make something of it. Personages are not consciously romanticized; they are treated as they are recalled or as was related. If in the telling, they are made to seem more important than they were, or if they were given a mantle of gentility that they dont deserve, it wasnt done consciously. All one can do is tell it like it is, hope that it is admired for its honesty, if not for its comfort, and hope that the effort is appreciated. It should also be recognized that what I recall, or what made an imression on me as to any event may have been recalled entirely differently by one of my siblings, or what we were told may have been recalled entirely differently. After all, that is the nature of oral history recorded a half a century plus later. I have read some of the incidents of each of my parents youthes, and have the effort that each made to record some of them. Both are just a few pages long. I have no doubt, however, that to them, they record what each recalled as being important in their lives, and that their writings record the things that they recalled and wanted to pass on to their children, grandchildren and subsequent generations. And yet each is but a single chapter. Mother doesnt mention, for instance, what she said and did when I was recording our conversation about the dirty ballad that she knew. (Actually, it was quite tame, and in contrast to present day rap, didnt begin to hold its own.) And for dad, some of the most interesting stories are best left untold. My father was very closed mouthed about his youth, and it wasnt until he was almost ninety that he opened up about some things. As to others, I had to wait until he was in his grave before I learned them, and learned them, then, from my siblings. He specificially avoided telling me about certain things. I recall specifically, that I was given some of the stories by dads younger brother when I was sixteen years old. When I laughingly told them to dad, his comment was, Roy never should have told you that. Some families dont pass on the rich history and heritage that they have. In my own case, having been preceded in death by my elder son, and not being sure of the interest of my other son, this effort is made for the benefit of my other relatives. They have asked me about it - at least some of them have. I make no apologies for the the lack of Notable Americans. I started to say, great Americans, but that would have been wrong. All of my forebears were Great Americans. Its just that they were never recorded as such, or noted. The history speaks for itself.

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Remembrance by Charles Casimer Krawczyk Book Summary:

BETH: A Story of Postpartum Psychosis contains a true story of the suffering of my own daughter during an intense five months of the worse scenario of postpartum illness. This most severe form of postpartum illness is characterized by confusion, delusions, hallucinations, paranoia, agitation and disorganized speech and behavior. All of these are illustrated in this story. There has been no other book written from this perspective purely on postpartum psychosis. This story is told as an observer and confidante of my only daughter after the birth of her first child. Step by step I watched in horror as she became more distant from everyone and eventually took her own life. It tells of the gruesome reality of someone who becomes a different personality at the most important time of her life and the impact it had on our family and friends. Included is a biological background of Beth, the psychotic experience, how we handled this medically and emotionally, the grief that ensued, and how I became involved in helping others with similar postpartum illnesses. I had never heard of this biologically based illness. Immediate hospitalization is required with appropriate medications. The reader will become educated and find resources to help others through proven medical facts. We must give each new mother, with any postpartum mental illness, the message that she is never alone, she is blameless, and she will get better in time with the proper treatment.

The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England

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The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England by Andrew Gordon,Thomas Rist Book Summary:

The early modern period inherited a deeply-ingrained culture of Christian remembrance that proved a platform for creativity in a remarkable variety of forms. From the literature of church ritual to the construction of monuments; from portraiture to the arrangement of domestic interiors; from the development of textual rites to drama of the contemporary stage, the early modern world practiced 'arts of remembrance' at every turn. The turmoils of the Reformation and its aftermath transformed the habits of creating through remembrance. Ritually observed and radically reinvented, remembrance was a focal point of the early modern cultural imagination for an age when beliefs both crossed and divided communities of the faithful. The Arts of Remembrance in Early Modern England maps the new terrain of remembrance in the post-Reformation period, charting its negotiations with the material, the textual and the performative.

Organizational Cultures of Remembrance

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Organizational Cultures of Remembrance by Daniel Mai Book Summary:

Why and how do companies remember their past in terms of history and tradition? This book empirically explores the phenomenon of organizational remembrance in the German automobile company Audi AG from a cultural perspective. By dissecting the relationships between memory, identity, and image in a business setting, this study makes sense of the complex cultural forces at work in the corporate handling of the past, the present, and the future.

Remembrance Day in Canada

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Remembrance Day in Canada by David James Pallister Book Summary:

Since the beginning of the first Remembrance Day in 1919, Canadians have come together from all across the country; from west to east, from north to south and across different cultures and ages, to acknowledge the sacrifices of the men and women of the Canadian Armed Forces. In this book, your primary aged child will learn: - Many of the symbols associated with Remembrance Day. - How we honour soldiers and veterans on Remembrance Day. - How we honour soldiers and veterans throughout the year. This book is for teaching younger children about Remembrance Day and can be used as a reference tool for Remembrance Day ceremonies at elementary schools. Mr. Pallister, in his own experience, could find very few books about Remembrance Day that explain it in words that young children understand. He decided to re-create his 'Symbols of Remembrance Day' assembly presentation into a book to help elementary teachers teach their students about Remembrance Day.

Forgiveness and Remembrance

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Forgiveness and Remembrance by Jeffrey Blustein Book Summary:

The theme of this book is the complex moral psychology of forgiving and remembering in both personal and political contexts. It offers an original account of the moral psychology of interpersonal forgiveness and explores its role in transitional societies. The book also examines the symbolic moral significance of memorialization in these societies and reflects on its relationship to forgiveness.

Remembrance Day

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Remembrance Day by Jane Bingham Book Summary:

One of a series of titles dealing with historical topics aimed at Key Stage One pupils.

The Mourner's Song

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The Mourner's Song by James Tatum Book Summary:

No matter when or where they are fought, all wars have one thing in common: a relentless progression to monuments and memorials for the dead. Likewise all art made from war begins and ends in mourning and remembrance. In The Mourner's Song, James Tatum offers incisive discussions of physical and literary memorials constructed in the wake of war, from the Vietnam Veterans Memorial to the writings of Stephen Crane, Edmund Wilson, Tim O'Brien, and Robert Lowell. Tatum's touchstone throughout is the Iliad, not just one of the earliest war poems, but also one of the most powerful examples of the way poetry can be a tribute to and consolation for what is lost in war. Reading the Iliad alongside later works inspired by war, Tatum reveals how the forms and processes of art convert mourning to memorial. He examines the role of remembrance and the distance from war it requires; the significance of landscape in memorialization; the artifacts of war that fire the imagination; the intimate relationship between war and love and its effects on the ferocity with which soldiers wage battle; and finally, the idea of memorialization itself. Because all survivors suffer the losses of war, Tatum's is a story of both victims and victors, commanders and soldiers, women and men. Photographs of war memorials in Vietnam, France, and the United States beautifully augment his testimonials. Eloquent and deeply moving, The Mourner's Song will speak to anyone interested in the literature of war and the relevance of the classics to our most pressing contemporary needs.

Remembrance Day

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Remembrance Day by Aleksey Scherbak,Rory Mullarkey Book Summary:

Can you be a hero if you fought for Nazi Germany? The Latvians who fought for the Third Reich and halted the Red Army parade as heroes every year through the streets of Riga. As a growing number of young Russians campaign to halt the 'fascist' march, their Latvian counterparts join the veterans in commemoration. When teenager Anya becomes a political activist, her father's attempts to calm the situation stir up a storm of extremist patriotism. Remembrance Day takes an look at the fight for the political soul of Latvia.

Stones of Remembrance

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Stones of Remembrance by Gina Welch Book Summary:

Most people today have a camera or camcorder on standby just waiting for moments like these. In her book Stones of Remembrance, Gina Welch reminds us of one first that is often forgotten, our salvation experience or our first step in Christ. Utilizing the Bible and modern day technology, Gina Welch follows the Old Testament example of erecting stones in order to remember the most important event in a persons life, his new relationship with Christ. This is a must-have book for anyone who waits in anticipation for the salvation of a loved one or friend. It is a simple yet comprehensive tool that can assist parents, grandparents, friends, pastors, and churches in preserving these special moments forever. The book captures these first steps as a person begins his spiritual walk with Christ. Stones of Remembrance will help create memories that can be cherished and passed down from generation to generation.

Remembrance of Dingbats

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Remembrance of Dingbats by Kali Amanda Browne Book Summary:

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Archaeologies of Remembrance

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Archaeologies of Remembrance by Howard Williams Book Summary:

How did past communities and individuals remember through social and ritual practices? How important were mortuary practices in processes of remembering and forgetting the past? This innovative new research work focuses upon identifying strategies of remembrance. Evidence can be found in a range of archaeological remains including the adornment and alteration of the body in life and death, the production, exchange, consumption and destruction of material culture, the construction, use and reuse of monuments, and the social ordering of architectural space and the landscape. This book shows how in the past, as today, shared memories are important and defining aspects of social and ritual traditions, and the practical actions of dealing with and disposing of the dead can form a central focus for the definition of social memory.

The Remembrance

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The Remembrance by Robert Williams Book Summary:

It is a time in the far future, and the human species is on the brink of extinction. One of the last humans alive is Seth, an amnesiac with mysterious origins. In desperation he makes an unholy bargain with a powerful race of alien beings, hoping to somehow regain his memories and the lost history of humankind. What he discovers are echoes of humanity's ancient past, its stunning future, and a love that changed the fate of the world.

Rhetoric, Remembrance, and Visual Form

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Rhetoric, Remembrance, and Visual Form by Anne Teresa Demo,Bradford Vivian Book Summary:

This volume offers a multifaceted investigation of intersections among visual and memorial forms in modern art, politics, and society. The question of the relationships among images and memory is particularly relevant to contemporary society, at a time when visually-based technologies are increasingly employed in both grand and modest efforts to preserve the past amid rapid social change. The chapters in this book provide valuable insights concerning not only how memories may be seen (or sighted) in visual form but also how visual forms constitute noteworthy material sites of memory. The collection addresses this central theme with a wealth of interdisciplinary and international approaches, featuring conventional scholarly as well as artistic works from such disciplines as rhetoric and communication, art and art history, architecture, landscape studies, and more, by contributors from around the globe.

Remembrance Day Gr. K-3

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The Office of Generall Remembrance of Matters of Record

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Ireland, the Great War and the Geography of Remembrance

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Ireland, the Great War and the Geography of Remembrance by Nuala C. Johnson Book Summary:

Nuala C. Johnson explores the complex relationship between social memory and space in the representation of war in Ireland. The Irish experience of the Great War, and its commemoration, is the location of Dr Johnson's sustained and pioneering examination of the development of memorial landscapes, and her study represents a major contribution both to cultural geography and to the historiography of remembrance. Attractively illustrated, this book combines theoretical perspectives with original primary research showing how memory literally took place in post-1918 Ireland, and the various conflicts and struggles that were both a cause and effect of this process. Of interest to scholars in a number of disciplines, Ireland, The Great War and The Geography of Remembrance shows powerfully how Irish efforts to collectively remember the Great War were constantly in dialogue with issues surrounding the national question, and the memorials themselves bore witness to these tensions and ambiguities.

The Plateau Of Remembrance

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The Plateau Of Remembrance by Michael Moon Book Summary:

In the footsteps of Coelho’s Alchemist and Hesse’s Siddhartha, The Plateau Of Remembrance presents a new timeless journey. The sequel to The Lost Ego With Five Outback Myths, it illustrates the nocturnal visionary pen of poet and artist Michael Moon. In a long tradition of literary exploration, Moon invites you to relax on an armchair of sublime seclusion in the enchanting Australian outback. Quench your spirit and join the wanderer Zearben in a ripple of unique awakenings and realizations brought to life through vivid poetry, verse and prose in astounding imagery. The Plateau Of Remembrance offers reflections of silken moonlight, in ancient scorched deserts, backdropped across the great southern starscapes, in vast orbits of endless horizons. It chronicles Zearben’s mystical journey in a way that draws out emotions rarely experienced. “The most beautiful writing I have ever read. ... I have practically worshiped the writing of Gibran and Tagore, but you have well and truly surpassed both.” —Freda Scott, poet In a rainbow of rich poetic adventure The Great Wanderer Zearben climbs a beautiful dreamtime mountain in isolated enchantment.

Remembrance, History, and Justice

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Remembrance, History, and Justice by Vladimir Tismaneanu,Bogdan Iacob Book Summary:

The twentieth century has left behind a painful and complicated legacy of massive trauma, monstrous crimes, radical social engineering, creating collective/individual guilt syndromes that were often specters haunting the process of democratization in the various societies that have emerged out of these profoundly de-structuring contexts, such as Germany, Romania, Russia and others.

Stones of Remembrance

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Stones of Remembrance by Lois Evans Book Summary:

When times get difficult--and they will--we all have a choice. We can either dwell on the crashing waves or turn our focus to the solid rock on which we stand. In this bedrock book of faith and assurance, Lois Evans draws the reader's attention to those points in life when God has shown His enduring faithfulness, creating "memory stones" that will serve as a lifelong anchor of hope amid the rushing floodwaters of life.