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Dakota in Exile by Linda M. Clemmons

Dakota in Exile: The Untold Stories of Captives in the Aftermath of the U.S.-Dakota War (Iowa and the Midwest Experience) by Linda M. Clemmons
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Overview: Robert Hopkins was a man caught between two worlds. As a member of the Dakota Nation, he was unfairly imprisoned, accused of taking up arms against U.S. soldiers when war broke out with the Dakota in 1862. However, as a Christian convert who was also a preacher, Hopkins’s allegiance was often questioned by many of his fellow Dakota as well. Without a doubt, being a convert-and a favorite of the missionaries-had its privileges. Hopkins learned to read and write in an anglicized form of Dakota, and when facing legal allegations, he and several high-ranking missionaries wrote impassioned letters in his defense. Ultimately, he was among the 300-some Dakota spared from hanging by President Lincoln, imprisoned instead at Camp Kearney in Davenport, Iowa, for several years. His wife, Sarah, and their children, meanwhile, were forced onto the barren Crow Creek reservation in Dakota Territory with the rest of the Dakota women, children, and elderly. In both places, the Dakota were treated as novelties, displayed for curious residents like zoo animals.

Historian Linda Clemmons examines the surviving letters from Robert and Sarah; other Dakota language sources; and letters from missionaries, newspaper accounts, and federal documents. She blends both the personal and the historical to complicate our understanding of the development of the Midwest, while also serving as a testament to the resilience of the Dakota and other indigenous peoples who have lived in this region from time immemorial.
Genre: Non-Fiction > History

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Exile’s Valor A Novel of Valdemar By Mercedes Lackey

Exile’s Valor (A Novel of Valdemar) By Mercedes Lackey
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Overview: This stand-alone novel in the Valdemar series continues the story of prickly weapons-master Alberich. Once a heroic Captain in the army of Karse, a kingdom at war with Valdemar, Alberich becomes one of Valdemar’s Heralds. Despite prejudice against him, he becomes the personal protector of young Queen Selenay. But can he protect her from the dangers of her own heart?
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Fantasy

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Exile’s Valor A Novel of Valdemar by Mercedes Lackey

Exile’s Valor by Mercedes Lackey (A Novel of Valdemar) Narrated by: Paul Woodson
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 298.7 MB | 12 hrs and 45 mins | Release date: 05-14-19
Overview: This stand-alone novel in the Valdemar series continues the story of prickly weapons-master Alberich. Once a heroic Captain in the army of Karse, a kingdom at war with Valdemar, Alberich becomes one of Valdemar’s Heralds. Despite prejudice against him, he becomes the personal protector of young Queen Selenay. But can he protect her from the dangers of her own heart?
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Fantasy

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Love and Exile by Isaac Bashevis Singer

Love and Exile by Isaac Bashevis Singer
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Overview: From pre-First World War Warsaw to the New York of the 1930s, Nobel Prize-winner Isaac Bashevis Singer traces the early years of his life in this autobiographical trilogy. In A Little Boy in Search of God, he remembers his bookish boyhood as the son of an Orthodox rabbi, equally absorbed in science, philosophy and cabbala. Later, the pursuit of women came to obsess him almost as much as the pursuit of knowledge, and in A Young Man in Search of Love he chronicles the intricacies of his first love affairs. When he emigrated to the United States from Poland on the eve of the Second World War loneliness and depression overwhelmed him, and he relives those dark years in Lost in America. From beginning to end, Love and Exile sheds new light on Singer’s own life and the fictional lives mirrored in it.
Genre: Non-Fiction > Biographies & Memoirs

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Shadow of the Exile via Mitchell Hogan

Shadow of the Exile (The Infernal Guardian #1) via Mitchell Hogan
Requirements: .MP3 reader, 340 MB
Overview: Outcast and exiled, the demon Tarrik Nal-Valim has lengthy been forgotten via the arena of people. At least, so he thinks. But when he’s summoned as a final hotel via a determined sorcerer, it kind of feels as although his previous has stuck up with him.

The sorcerer is Serenity “Ren” Branwen, the daughter of Tarrik’s former grasp – and buddy. Though she turns out chilly, pushed, and ruthless, Tarrik can inform Ren has her again in opposition to a wall, and he’s forced via ferocious powers to obey her.

As their global sinks right into a terrifying maelstrom of homicide, intrigue, and rebel, Tarrik is pressured to serve Ren’s arcane designs – plans that, in the event that they had been to be successful, would resurrect unattainable energy and may smash Tarrik’s complete race.

But as occasions unfurl, the strains between demon and grasp grow to be blurred, and Tarrik realizes Ren isn’t what she turns out. To save you utter devastation, Tarrik can have to give up what he values maximum: an opportunity at redemption and an finish to his exile.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Fantasy

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Dawn of the Exile (The Infernal Guardian #2) through Mitchell Hogan

Dawn of the Exile (The Infernal Guardian #2) through Mitchell Hogan
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Overview: For the damned, redemption could also be only a mad dream….

Years have handed because the demon Tarrik and his grasp, the sorcerer Ren, destroyed the servants of Samal and suppressed the very essence of the vile lord. The value was once more than even a demon will have imagined. But within the nation-states of demons and people, no evil may also be absolutely managed, and nobody’s true destiny may also be foretold. Including Tarrik’s. He’s been summoned another time, now through the vengeful Linriel, who is fallen in with certainly one of Samal’s ravaged survivors.

Linriel takes Tarrik, certain once more to serve, on a adventure to the tough southern lands to seek out the supply of Ren’s coveted powers, and there they uncover part of Tarrik’s previous he concept have been misplaced perpetually. As previous bindings extra robust than sorcery fetter him, Tarrik is drawn into an obsessive and insane project to erase the demon lord Samal from life perpetually. And provided that he succeeds will he finally be free of exile.

As previous threats are reborn, he will have to come to a decision what sacrifices he is prepared to make and what dangers he is prepared to take at the unforgiving street to redemption.
Genre: Audiobooks > Fiction Fantasy

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Solomon’s Exile by James Maxstadt

A Spy in Exile by Jonathan de Shalit

Ferenczi and Beyond: Exile of the Budapest School and Solidarity in the Psychoanalytic Movement During the Nazi Years

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Ferenczi And Beyond: Exile Of The Budapest …

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Exile and Pride: Disability, Queerness, and Liberation

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Exile, Statelessness, and Migration by Seyla Benhabib

Exile, Statelessness, and Migration: Enjoying Chess with Historical past from Hannah Arendt to Isaiah Berlin by Seyla Benhabib
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Overview: Exile, Statelessness, and Migration explores the intertwined lives, careers, and writings of a bunch of distinguished Jewish intellectuals through the mid-twentieth century–in specific, Theodor Adorno, Hannah Arendt, Walter Benjamin, Isaiah Berlin, Albert Hirschman, and Judith Shklar, in addition to Hans Kelsen, Emmanuel Levinas, Gershom Scholem, and Leo Strauss. Knowledgeable by their Jewish id and experiences of being outsiders, these thinkers produced some of the sensible and effervescent mental actions of modernity. Political thinker Seyla Benhabib’s start line is that these thinkers confronted migration, statelessness, and exile due to their Jewish origins, even when they didn’t take positions on particularly Jewish points personally. The sense of belonging and never belonging, of being "eternally half-other," led them to confront important questions: What does it imply for the person to be an equal citizen and to want to retain one’s ethnic, cultural, and spiritual variations, or even perhaps to rid oneself of those variations altogether in modernity? Benhabib isolates 4 themes of their works: dilemmas of belonging and distinction; exile, political voice, and loyalty; legality and legitimacy; and pluralism and the issue of judgment. Surveying the work of influential intellectuals, Exile, Statelessness, and Migration recovers the precious plurality of their Jewish voices and develops their common insights within the face of the crises of this new century.
Style: Non-Fiction > Normal

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From Exile to Washington: A Memoir of Leadership in the Twentieth…


From Exile to Washington: A Memoir of Leadership in the Twentieth Century
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