A Void

A Void Author Georges Perec
ISBN-10 9780099512165
Release 2008
Pages 284
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Anton Vowl is missing. Ransacking his Paris flat, a group of his faithful companions trawl through his diary for any hint as to his location and, insidiously, a ghost, from Vowl's past starts to cast its malignant shadow. This virtuoso story, chock-full of plots and subplots, shows the skill of both author and translator who impart all the action without a crucial grammatical prop: the letter 'e'.

The Void

The Void Author Frank Close
ISBN-10 9780191607714
Release 2007-10-25
Pages 176
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What is 'the void'? What remains when you take all the matter away? Can empty space - 'nothing' - exist? This little book explores the science and the history of the elusive void: from Aristotle who insisted that the vacuum was impossible, via the theories of Newton and Einstein, to our very latest discoveries and why they can tell us extraordinary things about the cosmos. Frank Close tells the story of how scientists have explored the elusive void, and the rich discoveries that they have made there. He takes the reader on a lively and accessible history through ancient ideas and cultural superstitions to the frontiers of current research. He describes how scientists discovered that the vacuum is filled with fields; how Newton, Mach, and Einstein grappled with the nature of space and time; and how the mysterious 'aether' that was long ago supposed to permeate the void may now be making a comeback with the latest research into the 'Higgs field'. We now know that the vacuum is far from being 'nothing' - it seethes with virtual particles and antiparticles that erupt spontaneously into being, and it also may contain hidden dimensions that we were previously unaware of. These new discoveries may provide answers to some of cosmology's most fundamental questions: what lies outside the universe, and, if there was once nothing, then how did the universe begin?

Written Into the Void

Written Into the Void Author Peter Eisenman
ISBN-10 0300111118
Release 2007
Pages 177
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This volume gathers a selection of architect Peter Eisenman's later writings. In these texts, he undertakes a variety of tasks, including theoretical analyses, close readings of his own works, and innovative assessments of the designs and writings of other architects and critics.


Void Author Rhiannon Lassiter
ISBN-10 9781442429291
Release 2011-11-15
Pages 688
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Raven and her brother, Wraith, risk death to discover what happened to their sister Rachel, a fellow Hex--human mutant with a supercomputer mind--by hacking into the secret government agency CPS, which is trying to destroy all Hex.

Touching the Void

Touching the Void Author Joe Simpson
ISBN-10 9780957519305
Release 2012-12-12
Pages 216
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The 25th Anniversary ebook, now with more than 50 images. 'Touching the Void' is the tale of two mountaineer’s harrowing ordeal in the Peruvian Andes. In the summer of 1985, two young, headstrong mountaineers set off to conquer an unclimbed route. They had triumphantly reached the summit, when a horrific accident mid-descent forced one friend to leave another for dead. Ambition, morality, fear and camaraderie are explored in this electronic edition of the mountaineering classic, with never before seen colour photographs taken during the trip itself.

God s Voice from the Void

God s Voice from the Void Author Shaul Magid
ISBN-10 9780791489567
Release 2012-02-01
Pages 310
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New and classic explorations of the work of Rabbi Nahman of Bratslav, a major Hasidic thinker, using a wide range of approaches.

The Void

The Void Author Mark Mynheir
ISBN-10 9780307561763
Release 2008-12-24
Pages 352
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The Truth Chasers Book Three Someone’s trying to play God… and he’s turning Palm Bay into hell. Florida Department of Law Enforcement Agent Robbie Sanchez devotes her life to crime prevention, and it shows: She has no personal life and doesn’t know the meaning of a day off. After all, someone has to be around to clean up the mess crime leaves behind. So when Officer Brad Worthington is brutally murdered, Agent Sanchez is called to the scene along with Brad’s best friend, Detective Eric Casey. The two turn to Lifetex, the genetics lab near the scene, hoping their elaborate security system might have captured the crime outside. But what’s going on inside the lab is far worse: a renegade scientist is cloning humans! As Robbie and Eric pursue clues–and a growing attraction–they are caught in a deadly battle as the clones begin to act on their own volition…but this battle threatens to claim more than human life; the clones are vying for human souls. From the Trade Paperback edition.

The Void

The Void Author Warren A. Pae
ISBN-10 9781462831173
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The Void has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Void also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Void book for free.

Voices from the Void

Voices from the Void Author Sally Dalton-Brown
ISBN-10 1571819975
Release 2000
Pages 214
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Liumilla Petrushevskaia is one of the best known writers in Russia today, recognized for her versatility as a dramatist, scriptwriter, and author of harrowing contemporary stories and even fairy tales. Acclaimed for her shocking portraits of the pain and loss that distinguish the life of women in Russia and the old Soviet Union, Petrushevskaia has also created texts notable for their scandalous humor and vibrant plasticity of form. This study analyses her use of genres within the context of an overall description of her ouevre. Her texts deal with stories struggling to be told even in today's Russia. Her characters are all storytellers, but the truths they attempt to express are often too terrible to be voiced aloud, and their tales are ultimately told from within a vast silence that threatens to engulf the narrative.

Albert Wendt and Pacific Literature

Albert Wendt and Pacific Literature Author Paul Sharrad
ISBN-10 0719059429
Release 2003-11-08
Pages 296
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Albert Wendt is the leading writer and exponent of Pacific literature. His work is consistently different in style, politically challenging, and ranges across essays, plays, poems, stories and novels, two of which have been filmed. This book is the first full-length study of his work. There is an introduction to Pacific literature as a whole and Wendt's Samoan background. Chapters offer readings of all Wendt's major texts in chronological sequence, relating them to his essays, to literary movements of the time and to key motifs from Polynesian culture. There is an extensive bibliography of works by and about Wendt.

A Void the Size of the World

A Void the Size of the World Author Rachele Alpine
ISBN-10 9781481485739
Release 2017-07-04
Pages 368
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A haunting novel about a girl who must face the consequences after her actions indirectly lead to her sister’s disappearance. Rhylee didn’t mean to kiss her sister’s boyfriend. At least, not the first time. But it doesn’t matter, because her sister, Abby, caught them together, ran into the dark woods behind their house…and never came home. As evidence mounts that something terrible has happened to Abby, no one wants to face the truth. Rhylee can’t bring herself to admit what she’s done: that she is the reason her sister ran away. Now Tommy, Abby’s boyfriend, is the prime suspect in her disappearance, and Rhylee’s world has been turned upside down. Slowly, Rhylee’s family is breaking—their lives center on the hope that Abby will return. Rhylee knows they need to face the truth and begin healing—but how can they, when moving on feels like a betrayal? And how do you face the guilt of wishing a person gone…when they actually disappear?

Voice Void

Voice   Void Author Thomas Trummer
ISBN-10 UCSC:32106019567640
Release 2007
Pages 183
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Edited by Thomas Trummer. Foreword by Harry Philbrick.

From the Brink

From the Brink Author Paul W. Ashton
ISBN-10 1855754444
Release 2007
Pages 322
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A commonly encountered experience of both analyst and analysand is that of the void. It is spoken about at different stages of therapy and refers to experiences that have different origins. Sometimes the experience of the void is around a relatively limited aspect of the psyche but at other times the void seems much more global and threatens to engulf the entire personality; the whole individual psyche then seems threatened by the possibility of dissolution into nothingness. By drawing on the writings of both Jungian and psychoanalytic thinkers as well as on poetry, mythology and art, and by illustrating these ideas with dreams and other material from his analysands, Paul Ashton attempts to illuminate some of the compartments of this immense space. Because the experience of the void is so unsettling we attempt to defend ourselves against it. The author's thesis is that the void, frightening as it is, is not something that can or should be obliterated, as that would lead to stagnation. Rather, that hidden behind the "clouds of unknowing" that surround the void, lie endless possibilities for growth and transformation and an increasingly strong connection with the objective other; whether we see that "other" as God or the Self or as previously unexperienced parts of ourselves.


Void Author Herik Hanna
ISBN-10 9781782765530
Release 2014-09-02
Pages 50
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"A real dark treat. Sean Phillips¡¯ art has never looked better, and Herik Hanna takes on a pleasantly nasty journey to the outer reaches of sanity." ¨C Peter Mulligan Goliath 01, a prison ship, drifts listlessly through space. The commander, Colonel Mercer, has massacred everyone on board ¨C inmates and crew alike, except one. John, the lone survivor, cowers in the bowels of the carrier, desperate to escape the ship. But the howling void of space makes the best prison of all¡­ A thriller from Herik Hanna, the writer of Bad Ass and Sean Phillips, the artist of Fatale, Criminal and Marvel Zombies!

Sometimes There Is a Void

Sometimes There Is a Void Author Zakes Mda
ISBN-10 9781429949934
Release 2012-01-03
Pages 576
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Zakes Mda is the most acclaimed South African writer of the independence era. His eight novels tell stories that venture far beyond the conventional narratives of a people's struggle against apartheid. In this memoir, he tells the story of a life that intersects with the political life of his country but that at its heart is the classic adventure story of an artist, lover, father, teacher, and bon vivant. Zanemvula Mda was born in 1948 into a family of lawyers and grew up in Soweto's ambitious educated black class. At age fifteen he crossed the Telle River from South Africa into Basutoland (Lesotho), exiled like his father, a "founding spirit" of the Pan Africanist Congress. Exile was hard, but it was just another chapter in Mda's coming-of-age. He served as an altar boy (and was preyed on by priests), flirted with shebeen girls, feared the racist Boers, read comic books alongside the literature of the PAC, fell for the music of Dvorák and Coltrane, wrote his first stories—and felt the void at the heart of things that makes him an outsider wherever he goes. The Soweto uprisings called him to politics; playwriting brought him back to South Africa, where he became writer in residence at the famed Market Theatre; three marriages led him hither and yon; acclaim brought him to America, where he began writing the novels that are so thick with the life of his country. In all this, Mda struggled to remain his own man, and with Sometimes There Is a Void he shows that independence opened the way for the stories of individual South Africans in all their variety.


Void Author James Owen Weatherall
ISBN-10 9780300209983
Release 2016-11-22
Pages 224
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The rising star author of "The Physics of Wall Street" explores why nothing may hold the key to the next era of theoretical physics"

In Limbo Till Void

In Limbo  Till Void Author Ed Riviera
ISBN-10 9781625161888
Release 2012-12-01
Pages 63
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Life, our presence on earth, it's purpose, is everybody's question and many have views, guessing what it's all about and some have had near death experiences, others talk of reincarnation and quite recently, a neurosurgeon (in the USA, reported by Huffington Post) who was comatose for a week springs back to life, tells of his visit to heaven and that there 'is' God and even witnessed the agony of those in hell and says that our visitation on earth has purpose and that it is a 'test' and that we should plan now for the afterlife and that the magic word is 'Love' and in fact I agree with him and my thoughts have so much similarity with his experience and so I've written whilst I myself am "in Limbo 'till void"