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Media Representations of Myra Hindley By Lesley McLaughlin
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Second Edition, Published 17 September, 2007. Myra Hindley was convicted in 1966 of the murder of two children in what came to be known as The Moors Murders case. Although there is no evidence to... More > suggest that Hindley carried out any of the murders herself, she became the most reviled woman in Britain while Ian Brady's name was rarely mentioned Was Myra Hindley imprisoned for thirty seven years and never released not because of any uniquely horrific quality of her crimes but because she was a woman who was involved in the murder of children? In this controversial book, written as a thesis in 1995, I effect an examination of the ways in which Myra Hindley was represented in the popular media and literature before her death. I position these representations in relation to those of women and female criminals in general and also include reference to the concept of sanity as it relates to culpability and to the issue of the innocence of children as victims.< Less
THE SHADOW OF A MAN By Barbara Coloe
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The Vietnam war coincided with much social change: the sexual revolution, the emergence of psychedelic drugs, the erosion of the traditional marriage contracts, and the beginning of the women’s... More > movement. Boys from all demographics enlisted or were drafted. Some were wounded spiritually or emotionally before they arrived at boot camp. They were blasted apart by the experience of war. Those who were broken in body were immediately identifiable. Those broken psychologically or spiritually often went unnoticed, stoically hiding their devastation. ¬¬¬¬ When their wounds erupted they were judged. They were forced to carry our collective shadow, our national guilt, our denial of culpability. These were the sacrificed; the boys who never grew up; whose lives and deaths broke hearts, maimed families, and left a legacy of national guilt. This is their story.< Less
THE SHADOW OF A MAN By Barbara Coloe
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The Vietnam war coincided with much social change: the sexual revolution, the emergence of psychedelic drugs, the erosion of the traditional marriage contracts, and the beginning of the women’s... More > movement. Boys from all demographics enlisted or were drafted. Some were wounded spiritually or emotionally before they arrived at boot camp. They were blasted apart by the experience of war. Those who were broken in body were immediately identifiable. Those broken psychologically or spiritually often went unnoticed, stoically hiding their devastation. ¬¬¬¬ When their wounds erupted they were judged. They were forced to carry our collective shadow, our national guilt, our denial of culpability. These were the sacrificed; the boys who never grew up; whose lives and deaths broke hearts, maimed families, and left a legacy of national guilt. This is their story.< Less
The Brain the Story of You By Dr.pratap Jena
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Our brain, the spinal string, and its encompassing structures can end up contaminated by a huge range of germs. Microscopic organisms and infections are the most well-known guilty parties. Parasites,... More > growths, and different living beings can contaminate the focal sensory system (CNS), albeit all the more once in a while. •Location: The contaminating germ causes irritation of the influenced territory. Contingent upon the area of the contamination, distinctive names is given to the infections. Meningitis is the irritation of the meninges, the encompassing three-layered films of the brain and spinal rope, and the liquid it is showered in, called cerebrospinal liquid (CSF). Encephalitis is an irritation of the brain itself. Myelitis really implies a spinal line aggravation. An abscess is an amassing of irresistible material and culpable microorganisms, and this can happen anyplace inside the CNS.< Less
The Brain the Story of You By Dr.pratap Jena
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Our brain, the spinal string, and its encompassing structures can end up contaminated by a huge range of germs. Microscopic organisms and infections are the most well-known guilty parties. Parasites,... More > growths, and different living beings can contaminate the focal sensory system (CNS), albeit all the more once in a while. •Location: The contaminating germ causes irritation of the influenced territory. Contingent upon the area of the contamination, distinctive names is given to the infections. Meningitis is the irritation of the meninges, the encompassing three-layered films of the brain and spinal rope, and the liquid it is showered in, called cerebrospinal liquid (CSF). Encephalitis is an irritation of the brain itself. Myelitis really implies a spinal line aggravation. An abscess is an amassing of irresistible material and culpable microorganisms, and this can happen anyplace inside the CNS.< Less
Harry Gets Wind of Murder By Neal Enrick
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Hazel killed Dr. Julius. Took his head clean off! Or did she? Hazel was a category 4 hurricane that hit the Carolinas and Virginia in the fall of 1954. In its wake, scores of people lay maimed and... More > dead. In the harried days of recovery, Virginia's Fluvanna County coroner ruled Dr. Julius' death an "act of God." But some in his family didn't hold the Almighty culpable. They thought it was murder. "Hazel didn't do it! Someone killed him!" the doctor's daughter insisted in her plea to Harry to investigate the matter, one the police considered closed. He was skeptical, but how could he refuse her? She was just 9 years old.< Less
Revisions In Need Of Revising: What Went Wrong In The Iraq War By David C. Hendrickson et al.
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David C. Hendrickson and Robert W. Tucker examine the contentious debate over the Iraq war and occupation, focusing on the critique that the Bush administration squandered an historic opportunity to... More > reconstruct the Iraqi state because of various critical blunders in planning. Though they conclude that critics have made a number of telling points against the Bush administration’s conduct of the Iraq war, they argue that the most serious problems facing Iraq and its American occupiers—criminal anarchy and lawlessness, a raging insurgency, and a society divided into rival and antagonistic groups—were virtually inevitable consequences that flowed from the act of war itself. Military and civilian planners were culpable in failing to plan for certain tasks, but the most serious problems had no good solution. The authors draw attention to a variety of lessons, including the danger that the imperatives of “force protection” may sacrifice the broader political mission of U.S. forces...< Less
Quiet Falling By W D Spiller
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How culpable are we in the events that define our history? Bob Bailey did not join the International Brigade in the Spanish civil war. Instead, he finds adventure at home in 1930's Cheltenham. Or... More > rather, it is visited upon him as he becomes an unwitting accomplice in one of European history's most notorious air attacks. But those responsible pick on someone who is more than he seems. The wilful Bob values his independence, however it is lifelong friend Ada whose help he needs when his problems become gravely serious. This story of youthful hope, abuse of position and bloody mindedness tells how our actions can have far-reaching and unintended consequences.< Less
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