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Buried Alive

Author : Jan Bondeson
ISBN : 039332222X
Genre : Medical
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Speculating that one out of a hundred people were buried alive a century ago, this fascinating book uses folklore, history, and literature to explore the nineteenth-century fears associated with this disturbing fact. Reprint.

Buried Alive

Author : Jack Cuozzo
ISBN : 9780890512388
Genre : Social Science
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Argues that Neanderthal skeletons are the remains of post flood very old biblical patriarchs.

Buried Alive

Author : Jacqueline Wilson
ISBN : 9781407046242
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Tim can't wait to go on holiday - especially as he gets to bring his friend Biscuits along. But their trip unexpectedly becomes truly, terribly adventurous when an encounter with two local bully-boys threatens to disrupt the fun. Narrated by Tim and interspersed with revealing, illustrated extracts from Tim and Biscuits's holiday diaries, this is a wondefully enjoyable story from one of the most popular writers around that both girls and boys will love.

Buried Alive

Author : Myra Friedman
ISBN : 9780307790521
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Electrifying, highly acclaimed, and intensely personal, this new and updated version of Myra Friedman's classic biography of Janis Joplin teems with dramatic insights into Joplin's genius and into the chaotic times that catapulted her to fame as the legendary queen of rock. It is a stunning panorama of the turbulent decade when Joplin's was the rallying voice of a generation that lost itself in her music and found itself in her words. From her small hometown of Port Arthur, Texas, to San Francisco's Haight-Ashbury, from the intimate coffeehouses to the supercharged concert halls, from the glitter of worldwide fame to her tragic end in a Hollywood hotel, here is all the fire and anguish of an immortal, immensely talented, and troubled performer who devoured everything the rock scene had to offer in a fatal attempt to make peace with herself and her era. Yet, in an eloquent introduction recently written by the author, Joplin emerges from her "ugly duckling" childhood as a woman truly ahead of her time, an outrageous rebel, a defiant outcast and artist of incomparable authenticity who, almost in spite of herself, became to so many a symbol of triumph over adversity. This edition also contains an afterword detailing the whereabouts of a large and colorful cast of characters who were part of Joplin's life, as well as "We Remember Janis," a new chapter of poignant and affectionate anecdotes told by friends. From the Trade Paperback edition.

Feelings Buried Alive Never Die

Author : Prepress Staff
ISBN : 9780911207026
Genre : Body, Mind & Spirit
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Karol Truman provides a comprehensive and enlightening resource for getting in touch with unresolved feelings which, she explains, can distort not only happiness but also health and well-being. Leaving no emotion unnamed, and in fact listing around 750 labels for feelings, Truman helps identify problem areas, and offers a "script" to help process the feelings, replacing the negative feeling with a new, positive outlook. A chapter on the possible emotions below the surface in various physical ailments gives the reader plenty to work with on a deep healing level. FEELINGS BURIED ALIVE NEVER DIE combines a supportive, common-sense, results-oriented approach to a problem that is widespread and that can stop people from living fully.

Pompeii Buried Alive

Author : Edith Kunhardt Davis
ISBN : 9780553512588
Genre : Juvenile Nonfiction
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Illus. in full color. "The drama of natural disasters provides prime material to entice young independent readers. In this volume, the account of the eruption of Mount Vesuvius describes village life 2,000 years ago, the eruption itself and its aftermath, and the excitement when the buried town is rediscovered centuries later. A lively and factual glimpse of a devastating moment in history, in an accessible, attractive package."--Publishers Weekly.

Buried Alive

Author : F.R. Solus
ISBN : 9781387314218
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Buried Alive

Author : Shane Yount
ISBN : 1892538156
Genre : Business & Economics
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Many in positions of leadership feel overwhelmed because it used to be they told subordinates what to do and their subordinates did it. Not so today. Leaders are no longer managers or directors, they're considered to be coaches. Unfortunately, under this new philosophy, many on the team simply don't pull their weight--unless the team leader knows and uses the techniques shared in this book. Steps are given that when taken will form a process leaders can use to spread out the work evenly, and create a situation where everyone does a fair share. Called PROCESS BASED LEADERSHIP, this is a no nonsense way to organize and conduct business anyone can put in place to create shared responsibility throughout the organization that will in inevitably lead to getting the job done quickly and getting it done right.

Mysteries In Our National Parks Buried Alive

Author : Gloria Skurzynski
ISBN : 9781426309755
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Who was that man in the Park Service uniform who brought Jack and Ashley Landon into the wilds of Alaska’s Denali National Park along with their friend Nicky Milano? Whoever he was, he has given them a dogsled ride to certain death unless somebody finds them soon. Their troubles are about to get a whole heap deeper as the first rumblings of an avalanche turn into a deafening roar! From the Paperback edition.

The Missouri State Penitentiary

Author : Jamie Pamela Rasmussen
ISBN : 9780826272874
Genre : History
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Asked how the Missouri State Penitentiary compared to other famous prisons, a historian and former prison administrator replied, “ It’s older and meaner.” For 168 years, it was everything other prisons were and more. In The Missouri State Penitentiary, Jamie Pamela Rasmussen recounts the long and fascinating history of the place, focusing on the stories of inmates and the struggles by prison officials to provide opportunities for reform while keeping costs down. Tales of prominent prisoners, including Pretty Boy Floyd, Sonny Liston, and James Earl Ray, provide intrigue and insight into the institution’s infamous reputation. The founding of the penitentiary helped solidify Jefferson City’s position as the state capital. A highlight in the chapter on the Civil War years is the story of George Thompson, who was imprisoned for attempting to help a number of slaves to freedom. The narrative enters the twentieth century with the controversy surrounding the various systems of inmate labor; the effort to make the prison self-supporting eventually caused punishment to be driven by factory needs. The example of Firebug Johnson demonstrates how inmates reacted to the prison labor system while Kate Richards O’Hare’s struggles and efforts to improve conditions in the penitentiary illuminate the role of women in the system at the time. A full chapter is devoted to the riot of 1954, and another concentrates on the reforms made in the wake of that catastrophe. Rasmussen also considers the effect inmate lawsuits during the 1980s and 1990s had on prison life before telling the story of the decision to close the prison. The Missouri State Penitentiary provides a fitting account of an institution that was part of Missouri’s history for well over a century. Numerous illustrations and a list of recommended reading contribute to the readers’ understanding of the history of the institution.

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