Finalist for the Chicago Review of Books Fiction Award, Dan Chaon's Best of 2017 pick in Publishers Weekly, one of Vol. 1 Brooklyn's Best Books of 2017, a BOMB Magazine "Looking Back on 2017: Literature" Pick, and one of Vulture's 10 Best ...
Author: Jac Jemc
Publisher: FSG Originals
Finalist for the Chicago Review of Books Fiction Award, Dan Chaon's Best of 2017 pick in Publishers Weekly, one of Vol. 1 Brooklyn's Best Books of 2017, a BOMB Magazine "Looking Back on 2017: Literature" Pick, and one of Vulture's 10 Best Thriller Books of 2017. Jac Jemc's The Grip of It is a chilling literary horror novel about a young couple haunted by their newly purchased home Touring their prospective suburban home, Julie and James are stopped by a noise. Deep and vibrating, like throat singing. Ancient, husky, and rasping, but underwater. “That’s just the house settling,” the real estate agent assures them with a smile. He is wrong. The move—prompted by James’s penchant for gambling and his general inability to keep his impulses in check—is quick and seamless; both Julie and James are happy to start afresh. But this house, which sits between a lake and a forest, has its own plans for the unsuspecting couple. As Julie and James try to establish a sense of normalcy, the home and its surrounding terrain become the locus of increasingly strange happenings. The framework— claustrophobic, riddled with hidden rooms within rooms—becomes unrecognizable, decaying before their eyes. Stains are animated on the wall—contracting, expanding—and map themselves onto Julie’s body in the form of painful, grisly bruises. Like the house that torments the troubled married couple living within its walls, The Grip of It oozes with palpable terror and skin-prickling dread. Its architect, Jac Jemc, meticulously traces Julie and James’s unsettling journey through the depths of their new home as they fight to free themselves from its crushing grip.
The Grip of It Print edition ISBN: 9781789091977 E-book edition ISBN: 9781789091984 Published by Titan Books A division of Titan Publishing Group Ltd 144 Southwark Street, London SE1 0UP www.titanbooks.com First Titan edition: September ...
Author: Jemc Jac
Publisher: Titan Books
THE GRIP OF IT is a psychologically intense literary horror novel that deals in questions of home: how we make it and how it in turn makes us A chilling literary horror novel, Jac Jemc’s THE GRIP OF IT tells the story Julie and James, a young couple haunted by their new home. The move―prompted by James’s penchant for gambling, his inability to keep his impulses in check―is quick and seamless; both Julie and James are happy to leave behind their usual haunts and start afresh. But the house, which sits between lake and forest, has plans for the unsuspecting couple... The architecture becomes unrecognisable, decaying before their eyes. Stains contract and expand, mapping themselves onto Julie’s body in the form of bruises; mould taints the water that James pours from the sink. As the couple search for the source of their mutual torment, they become mired in the history of their peculiar neighbours and the mysterious previous residents of the house. Written in eerie, powerful prose, THE GRIP OF IT is an enthralling and psychologically intense novel that deals in questions of home: how we make it and how it in turn makes us, inhabiting the bodies and the relationships we cherish.
So it's, that's a pretty compelling reason to do it. But the reason I think most parents hand this most prized possession in their life over to a surgeon and say, “I've brought my kid,” is because they're worried about the effect it can ...
Author: Kase D. Johnstun
Category: Health & Fitness
Both a memoir and a medical study, this unique work explores the extensive and tragic reach of craniosynostosis, the premature fusing of the cranial sutures in infants. The author—born with craniosynostosis in 1975—documents his and his family’s struggles, weaving his story into a broader view of this birth defect. Included are interviews with respected craniofacial surgeons, neurosurgeons and pediatric anesthesiologists, an explanation of the major types of craniosynostosis, and a summary of the modern medical history of cranial sutures, as well as ancient treatments dating to the time of Hippocrates. The experiences of 11 American families affected by craniosynostosis are chronicled, demonstrating the uniqueness of each case and each treatment. Their stories illustrate the surgical techniques now being used to release cranial sutures, allowing the brain to grow naturally—though not every story ends this way.
With regard to the energy argument, all we have to remember is that a body stores gravitational energy by virtue of its height above the surface of the earth. This is called potential energy. Some of it is converted to kinetic energy ...
Author: Peter Graneau
Publisher: World Scientific
This is a book about the history of the science of inertia. Nobody denies the existence of the forces of inertia, but they are branded as OC fictitiousOCO because they do not fit smoothly into modern physics. Named by Kepler and given mathematical form by Newton, the force of inertia remains aloof because it has no obvious local cause. At the end of the 19th century, Ernst Mach bravely claimed that the inertia of an object was the result of its instantaneous interaction with all matter in the universe. Many other well-known physicists, including Aristotle, Galileo, Descartes and Einstein, are shown to have tackled this difficult subject. The book also concentrates on inertia research in the 20th century, taking place under the shadow of general relativity, which is seen as uncomfortable with Mach''s principle. A Newtonian paradigm, based on action-at-a-distance forces, is discussed throughout the book, allowing the revival of Mach''s principle as the only coherent explanation of the inertia forces which play such an important role in the laboratory and in the cosmos. Sample Chapter(s). Chapter 1: All Matter Instantaneously Senses All Other Matter in the Universe (392 KB). Contents: All Matter Instantaneously Senses All Other Matter in the Universe; Johannes Kepler OCo The Astronomer Who Coined the Word Inertia; Free Fall OCo A Hardly Believable Story of Science; The Cartesian Interlude OCo A Novel Cosmology; Newton''s Force of Inertia OCo The Basis of Dynamics; A Century of Consolidation OCo The Early Practitioners of Newtonian Dynamics; Mach''s Magic Principle OCo The Unique Inertial System; Albert Einstein OCo Inertia Obscured by Gravitation; Inducing Inertia OCo An Electromagnetic Analogy; Retarded Action at a Distance OCo A Short Lived Misnomer; Clock Confusion in the 20th Century OCo The Connection Between Inertia and Timekeeping; Machian Inertia and the Isotropic Universe OCo A New Force Law. Readership: Students, academics, physicists, engineers and general readers interested in Newtonian mechanics."
It was a long time before he could force himself to approach the body. At length, with a heavy heart and wings of lead, he managed to fly over to it. As he came close he knew it was not Fox; neither was it Vixen.
Author: Colin Dann
Publisher: Random House
Category: Juvenile Fiction
In the depths of winter, with snow thick on the ground, Badger lies alone and injured. No one knows where he is, and the icy cold is tightening its grip every second. What will happen to Badger? And can the other animals of Farthing Wood survive the harsh cold and piercing hunger that winter has brought?
or when he tells us how the Carians and the Persians gird themselves for war , how they enter upon it and how finally the Carians are vanquished ; it is only in this last part of the sentence that the aorist is used in order to state ...
It would seem that we can think of it solely in dialectical, mutually invalidating statements.'2 In order to underline the point he is making, Balthasar notes the fact that the more immanent God is, the more he is transcendent.
Author: Paul Murray
Publisher: A&C Black
Increasingly the contemplative tradition in Christianity is being seen as essential to our understanding of Christianity itself. Here is the book to explain all.
After dinner we went to an empty smoking-room on the third floor. I handed him the statement I had prepared and asked him whether it would do. After reading it he replied that it would not do at all. He then turned to a writing-table ...
[Coming in from the hall.] Supper is served, madame. Mrs. Gihle. But we're not all here yet: Lieutenant Lynum and Per Bast are coming. And my husband's not free either. First Maid. I took supper upstairs, madame. He rang for it.
Author: Knut Hamsun
In the Grip of Life is about a former variety singer named Juliane Gihle. She betrays her rich but old husband with the young Alexander Blumenschøn, who is not sympathetically portrayed. She in turn is betrayed, finally ending in the arms of a black, 18 year old servant, "Boy".
The Master, by the time he gives his steps, sign, and dueguard, arrives at the candidate, and says, "Brother, I now present you with my right hand, in token of brotherly love and confidence, and with it the pass-grip ...
Author: William Morgan
Publisher: Jazzybee Verlag
Category: Social Science
Containing all the degrees of the Order conferred in a Master’s Lodge, as written by Captain William Morgan. All the degrees conferred in the Royal Arch, Chapter, and Grand Encampment of Knights Tcmplars, Knights of the Red Cross, of the Christian Mark, and of the Holy Sepulchre. Also, the eleven ineffable degrees conferred in the Lodge of Perfection; and the still higher degrees of Prince of Jerusalem, Knights of the East and West, Venerable Grand Masters of Symbolic Lodges, Knights and Adepts of the Eagle or Sun, Princes of the Royal Secret, Sovereign Inspector-General, etc. Revised and corrected to correspond with the most approved forms and ceremonies in the various Lodges of Freemasons throughout the United States.
The sign is given by drawing your right hand flat, with the palm of it next to your breast, across your breast, from the left to the right side, ... This is the pass-grip of a Fellow Craft Mason; the name of it is SHIBBOLETH .
Author: William Morgan
Category: Social Science
The Mysteries of Free Masonry is a book about this infamous secret society, written by the New York businessman William Morgan, who was a mason himself, but turned against them. Morgan claimed to have been made a Master Mason while he was living in Canada, and he appears to have briefly attended a lodge in Rochester. After he was denied participation by members in Batavia, New York, he decided to publically expose secrets of Freemasonry. The book reveals and explains all the degrees conferred in the Royal Arch Chapter and Grand Encampment of Knights Templars—Knights of the Red Cross—of the Christian Mark—and of the Holy Sepulchre.
time he gives his steps, sign, and due-guard, arrives at the candidate, and says, "Brother, I now present you with my right hand, in token of brotherly love and confidence, and with it the pass-grip and word of a Fellow Craft Mason.
Author: Albert G. Mackey
Publisher: Strelbytskyy Multimedia Publishing
Anthology of Freemasonry is a collection of classic works on the history, philosophy and rites of the Freemasons. Freemasonry is one of the World’s oldest and largest non-religious, non-political, fraternal and charitable organisation. It teaches self-knowledge through participation in a progression of ceremonies. Members are expected to be of high moral standing and are encouraged to speak openly about Freemasonry. Alexander Pope, Antony Trollope, Edward Gibbon, Richard Brinsley Sheridan, Robert Burns, Rudyard Kipling, Arthur Conan Doyle, Walter Scott, Napoleon Bonaparte, Kemal Ataturk, George Washington, Voltaire, Goethe and many other great figures were freemasons. Book content: Albert G. Mackey - THE PRINCIPLES OF MASONIC LAW A TREATISE ON THE CONSTITUTIONAL LAWS, USAGES AND LANDMARKS OF FREEMASONRY - THE SYMBOLISM OF FREEMASONRY: Illustrating and Explaining Its Science and Philosophy, its Legends, Myths and Symbols William Morgan - THE MYSTERIES OF FREE MASONRY. Containing All the Degrees of the Order Conferred in a Master's Lodge Albert Pike - MORALS AND DOGMA OF THE ANCIENT AND ACCEPTED SCOTTISH RITE OF FREEMASONRY John Robison - Proofs of a Conspiracy against all the Religions and Governments of Europe carried on in the secret meetings of free masons, illuminati, and reading societies. Julius F. Sachse - Washington's Masonic Correspondence. As Found among the Washington Papers in the Library of Congress George Thornburgh - MASONIC MONITOR of the Degrees of Entered Apprentice, Fellow Craft and Master Mason together with the Ceremony of Installation, Laying Corner Stones, Dedications, Masonic Burial, Etc.
T SO and says , " Brother , I now present you with my right handh in token of brotherly love and confidence , and with it the pass - grip and word of a Fellow Craft Mason . ” The pass , or more properly the pass - grip , is given by ...
It pops up just when we least welcome or think that we need it. ... At first, a tendency to ignore that function, then a tendency to get troubled or irritated by it, and finally, falling into the grip of it and becoming fixated.
Author: Raya Jones
This edited book explores the application of Jungian perspectives in educational settings.
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If you do , you simply add another force tending to break the grip of friction . The grip of the brakes may be all it takes to break the grip of friction and send your vehicle sliding off the road . If you must apply your brakes in a ...
66 RULES GOVERNING CONDUCTORS AND DRIVERS . uc successful we must go a long stride ahead of the present grip , and make it entirely detachable from the slot and conduit at any point in its travels . But cannot all this ' be done without ...
Stay a moment , ” returned the enraptured Irishman ; a year at gaze would not sate me with the beauty of this picture . ... said the sergeant , warningly ; “ the picture hangs very loose , an ' the frame What evil fate was it that ...
Jung's example of his “Freud” shows us clearly that if it is a question of doing justice to the substantial contents of the ... virtue nor a mark of distinction to be proud of, and being unconsciously in the grip of it least of all.
Author: Jennifer M. Sandoval
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority is the first collection of essays dedicated to the study and application of Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority—a new ‘wave’ within Analytical Psychology which pushes off from the work of C. G. Jung and James Hillman. The book reflects upon the notion of psychology developed by German psychoanalyst Wolfgang Giegerich, whose Hegelian turn sheds light on the notion of soul, or psyche, and its inner logic and ‘thought’, forming a radical new basis from which to ground a modern psychology with soul. The book’s theme - ‘the psychological difference’ - is applied to topics including analytical theory, clinical practice, and contemporary issues, ranging from C. G. Jung’s Mysterium, to case studies, to the nuclear bomb and the Shoah. Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority expounds upon the complexity, depth, and innovativeness of Giegerich’s thought, reflecting the various ways in which international scholars have creatively explored a speculative psychology founded upon the notion of soul. The contributors here include clinical psychologists, Jungian analysts, and international scholars. With a new chapter by Wolfgang Giegerich and a foreword by David Miller, Psychology as the Discipline of Interiority will be essential reading for depth and clinical psychologists, Jungian psychoanalysts in practice and in training, and academics and students of post-Jungian studies. It is also relevant reading for all those interested in the history of philosophical thought and what it means to think in the highly sophisticated and technological world of the twenty-first century.
The grip differs from the Clay street grip in the way in which the cable is taken into the jaws , and the manner of ... It is often done at points where the cable may from any cause have been dropped from the grip and it is desired to ...
We knew when we occupied Tikrit that, it being Saddam's hometown, we might have some association with the hunt for ... They were in the grip of it and, it's also important to note, not only were they in the grip of Saddam's shadow but ...
Author: James Bluemel
Publisher: Random House
In war, there is no easy victory. When troops invaded Iraq in 2003 to topple Saddam Hussein’s regime, most people expected an easy victory. Instead, the gamble we took was a grave mistake, and its ramifications continue to reverberate through the lives of millions, in Iraq and the West. As we gain more distance from those events, it can be argued that many of the issues facing us today – the rise of the Islamic State, increased Islamic terrorism, intensified violence in the Middle East, mass migration, and more – can be traced back to the decision to invade Iraq. In The Iraq War, award-winning documentary maker James Bluemel collects first-hand testimony from those who lived through the horrors of the invasion and whose actions were dictated by such extreme circumstances. It takes in all sides of the conflict – working class Iraqi families watching their country erupt into civil war; soldiers and journalists on the ground; American families dealing with the grief of losing their son or daughter; parents of a suicide bomber coming to terms with unfathomable events – to create the most in-depth and multi-faceted portrait of the Iraq War to date. Accompanying a major BBC series, James Bluemel’s book is an essential account of a conflict that continues to shape our world, and a startling reminder of the consequences of our past decisions.