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Unchosen

Author : Katharyn Blair
Publisher : HarperCollins
Release : 2021-01-26
Category : Young Adult Fiction
ISBN : 9780062657664

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Katharyn Blair crafts a fiercely feminist fantasy with a horrifying curse, swoon-worthy sea captains, and the power of one girl to choose her own fate in this contemporary standalone adventure that's perfect for fans of The Fifth Wave and Seafire, and for anyone who has ever felt unchosen. For Charlotte Holloway, the world ended twice. The first was when her childhood crush, Dean, fell in love—with her older sister. The second was when the Crimson, a curse spread through eye contact, turned the majority of humanity into flesh-eating monsters. Neither end of the world changed Charlotte. She’s still in the shadows of her siblings. Her popular older sister, Harlow, now commands forces of survivors. And her talented younger sister, Vanessa, is the Chosen One—who, legend has it, can end the curse. When their settlement is raided by those seeking the Chosen One, Charlotte makes a reckless decision to save Vanessa: she takes her place as prisoner. The word spreads across the seven seas—the Chosen One has been found. But when Dean’s life is threatened and a resistance looms on the horizon, the lie keeping Charlotte alive begins to unravel. She’ll have to break free, forge new bonds, and choose her own destiny if she has any hope of saving her sisters, her love, and maybe even the world. Because sometimes the end is just a new beginning.

Unchosen

Author : Hella Winston
Publisher : Beacon Press
Release : 2006-11-15
Category : Religion
ISBN : 9780807036273

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An exploration of Hasidic Jews struggling to live within their restrictive communities—and, in some cases, to carve out a new life beyond them When Hella Winston began talking with Hasidic Jews in Brooklyn for her doctoral dissertation in sociology, she was surprised to be covertly introduced to Hasidim unhappy with their highly restrictive way of life and sometimes desperately struggling to escape it. Unchosen tells the stories of these “rebel” Hasidim, serious questioners who long for greater personal and intellectual freedom than their communities allow. She meets is Malky Schwartz, who grew up in a Lubavith sect in Brooklyn, and started Footsteps, Inc., an organization that helps ultra-Orthodox Jews who are considering or have already left their community. There is Yossi, a young man who, though deeply attached to the Hasidic culture in which he was raised, longed for a life with fewer restrictions and more tolerance. Yossi's efforts at making such a life, however, were being severely hampered by his fourth grade English and math skills, his profound ignorance of the ways of the outside world, and the looming threat that pursuing his desires would almost certainly lead to rejection by his family and friends. Then she met Dini, a young wife and mother whose decision to deviate even slightly from Hasidic standards of modesty led to threatening phone calls from anonymous men, warning her that she needed to watch the way she was dressing if she wanted to remain a part of the community. Someone else introduced Winston to Steinmetz, a closet bibliophile worked in a small Judaica store in his community and spent his days off anxiously evading discovery in the library of the Conservative Jewish Theological Seminary, whose shelves contain non-Hasidic books he is forbidden to read but nonetheless devours, often several at a sitting. There were others still who had actually made the wrenching decision to leave their communities altogether. In her new Preface, Winston discusses the passionate reactions the book has elicited among Hasidim and non-Hasidim alike. Named one of Publishers Weekly's Ten Best Religion Books of 2005. Honorable Mention in the 2012 Casey Medals for Meritorious Journalism

Unchosen

Author : Alisa Mullen
Publisher : CreateSpace
Release : 2014-05-05
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 1499198469

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Lizzie O'Malley is back with a purpose in life. Still flighty and unpredictable, she knows that loving and losing Teagan Gallagher has changed her life forever. As she navigates her new life in Boston as a full time working mother, she promises herself she will never fall in love again. But can she keep that promise after meeting Nick Sawyer, the gorgeous Texan who has fallen for her? Follow Lizzie to Ireland where she struggles with tragedy and rediscovers herself all over again.

The Unchosen

Author : Nan Gilbert
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 1965
Category : Dating (Social customs)
ISBN : OCLC:1032263351

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Kay, Debbie, and Ellen are best friends and share the same experiences of being the "have-nots" and "undesirables."

The Unchosen

Author : Simon Markusson
Publisher : Unknown
Release : 2019-05
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9198536508

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Everyone believes he's the Chosen One. They've made a horrible mistake. Cynical farmhand Nathelion Nightshadow could use a change of scenery. So when a madman claiming to be a wizard mistakenly identifies him as a hero foretold in prophecy, he eagerly plays along for a free and adventurous journey. But he would have stayed home if he'd known the flattering title came with such deadly baggage. Joined by a ragtag band of followers with more lofty ideals than common sense, Nathelion marches toward a noble destiny he borrowed for personal gain. But as they draw ever closer to the Chosen One's fate, the skeptical imposter begins believing in something bigger than himself. Especially when that bigger thing is an ancient evil that wants to sever his limbs. Will Nathelion's little white lie get his party killed and destroy the world? The Unchosen is the witty first novel in the Queen Beyond epic fantasy series. If you enjoy unlikely heroes, sweeping storylines, and madcap comedy, you'll love Simon Markusson's satirical tale. Buy The Unchosen to watch a peasant outsmart fortune today!

The Unchosen Ones

Author : R. J. Kern
Publisher : MW Editions
Release : 2022-05-18
Category : Photography
ISBN : 8210379456XXX

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In 2016, award-winning Minnesota-based photographer R. J. Kern made portraits of youth contestants at Minnesota county fairs. Each participant—some as young as four years old—had spent a year raising an animal, which they had then entered into a 4-H livestock competition. None of the youths who sat for him had succeeded in winning an award, despite the obvious care they had given to their animals. The Unchosen Ones depicts the bloom of youth and the mettle of the kids who grow up on farms, reminding us how resilient children can be when confronted with life's inevitable disappointments. The formal qualities of the lighting and setting endow these young people with a gravitas beyond their years, revealing self-directed dedication in some, and in others, perhaps, the pressures of traditions imposed upon them. Kern's beautiful portraits capture a particular America, a rural world, and a time in life when the layered emotions of youth are laid bare. Four years later, in 2020, Kern returned to photograph his young subjects. The most recent photographs show how the children have grown into adolescence or young adulthood: some of them have continued to pursue animal husbandry, while others have developed other interests. It is likely that some of these kids will not choose to continue running their family farms—an unpredictable and demanding way to make a living. These diptychs are punctuated by lush landscapes of the farms that are their homes. As Kern made the second group of photographs, he asked his young subjects what they had carried forward from their previous experience. What were their thoughts, their dreams, and their goals for the future? How would they fit into the future of agricultural America?

The Unchosen Me

Author : Rachelle Winkle-Wagner
Publisher : JHU Press
Release : 2009-12-01
Category : Education
ISBN : 9781421402932

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The Unchosen Me is a rich examination of the underrepresented student experience, offering a new approach to studying identity, race, and gender in higher education.

An Unchosen People

Author : Kenneth B. Moss
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Release : 2021-12-14
Category : History
ISBN : 9780674269972

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A revisionist account of interwar Europe’s largest Jewish community that upends histories of Jewish agency to rediscover reckonings with nationalism’s pathologies, diaspora’s fragility, Zionism’s promises, and the necessity of choice. What did the future hold for interwar Europe’s largest Jewish community, the font of global Jewish hopes? When intrepid analysts asked these questions on the cusp of the 1930s, they discovered a Polish Jewry reckoning with “no tomorrow.” Assailed by antisemitism and witnessing liberalism’s collapse, some Polish Jews looked past progressive hopes or religious certainties to investigate what the nation-state was becoming, what powers minority communities really possessed, and where a future might be found—and for whom. The story of modern Jewry is often told as one of creativity and contestation. Kenneth B. Moss traces instead a late Jewish reckoning with diasporic vulnerability, nationalism’s terrible potencies, Zionism’s promises, and the necessity of choice. Moss examines the works of Polish Jewry’s most searching thinkers as they confronted political irrationality, state crisis, and the limits of resistance. He reconstructs the desperate creativity of activists seeking to counter despair where they could not redress its causes. And he recovers a lost grassroots history of critical thought and political searching among ordinary Jews, young and powerless, as they struggled to find a viable future for themselves—in Palestine if not in Poland, individually if not communally. Focusing not on ideals but on a search for realism, Moss recasts the history of modern Jewish political thought. Where much scholarship seeks Jewish agency over a collective future, An Unchosen People recovers a darker tradition characterized by painful tradeoffs amid a harrowing political reality, making Polish Jewry a paradigmatic example of the minority experience endemic to the nation-state.

The Unchosen

Author : Mya Guarnieri Jaradat
Publisher : Pluto Press (UK)
Release : 2017
Category : History
ISBN : 0745336493

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An intimate look at the lives of asylum seekers and migrant workers in Israel.

The Unchosen Ones

Author : Jannis Panagiotidis
Publisher : Indiana University Press
Release : 2019-08-28
Category : Social Science
ISBN : 9780253043658

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This “fascinating, original, well-researched, and persuasively argued work” examines the phenomenon of co-ethnic migration in Israel and Germany (Sebastian Conrad, author of What Is Global History?). Co-ethnic migration happens when migrants seek admission to a country based on their purported ethnicity or nationality being the same as the country of destination. In The Unchosen Ones, social historian Jannis Panagiotidis looks at legislation and implementation regarding co-ethnic migration in Germany and Israel. This study focuses on individual cases ranging from after the Second World War to after the fall of the Berlin Wall where migrants were not allowed to enter the country they sought to make their home. These rejections confound notions of an “open door” or a “return to the homeland” and present contrasting ideas of descent, culture, blood, and race. Questions of historical origins, immigrant selection and screening, and national belonging are deeply ambiguous, complicating migration even in nations that are purported to be ethnically homogenous. Through highly original and illuminating analysis, Panagiotidis shows that migration is never a simple matter of moving from place to place.

Unchosen Presidents

Author : Allan P. Sindler
Publisher : Univ of California Press
Release : 1977-11
Category : Political Science
ISBN : 0520034937

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Unchosen

Author : Julie Burchill
Publisher : Random House
Release : 2016-04-01
Category : Biography & Autobiography
ISBN : 9781783521036

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'They say you never get over your first love and in my case, they were right. But, typically greedy, my first love was a whole race of people - the Jews.' Bristling with strong opinions and fizzing with wit, Julie Burchill narrates the story of how a chance discovery of her father's copy of a World at War magazine about the holocaust kindled an obsessive love that still sustains her today. The book follows the course of this affair from her days as a rock journalist pretending to be Jewish, through her volatile marriage to a Jewish man, her public spats with anti-Israel writers, her dislike.

Chosen and Unchosen

Author : Joel N. Lohr
Publisher : Penn State Press
Release : 2009-06-23
Category : History
ISBN : 9781575066158

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Winner of the 2011 RBY Scott Award from the Canadian Society of Biblical Studies/Société canadienne des études bibliques The God of the Bible favors a national people, Israel, and this is at the cost of the other nations. In fact, not being Israel usually means humiliation or destruction or simply being ignored by God. Reading the text “with the grain” or placing oneself within the chosen’s perspective may seem very well until one considers the unchosen. There is much regarding the unchosen that has not been explored in scholarly research, but in this important work, Lohr attempts to make sense of the question of election and nonelection in the OT as a Christian interpreter and with a concern for the history of interpretation and Jewish-Christian dialogue. He also corrects a Christian tendency to read election and nonelection as love and damnation, respectively, a perception that is altogether foreign to the OT itself. The unchosen are important to the overall world view of Scripture and, although election entails exclusion, and God’s love for the one people Israel is a love in contrast to others, it does not follow that the unchosen fall outside of the economy of God’s purposes, his workings, or his ways. The unchosen often face important tests of their own and have a responsibility to God and the chosen, however much this idea defies modern-day notions of fairness. It is a central idea of Scripture that already appears in the original call of and promises made to Abram and something that, if ignored, places our larger understanding of God at risk. Equally important, if contemporary faith communities (both Jewish and Christian) form their understanding of “the other” on a faulty reading of Scripture regarding the unchosen, chaos and hatred can ensue. The political and religious climate of our contemporary world has never presented a more important time to get this matter right. Scholars and students alike are finding Chosen and Unchosen to be an indispensable resource as they mull over these difficult questions.

An Unchosen People

Author : Kenneth B. Moss
Publisher : Harvard University Press
Release : 2021-12-14
Category : History
ISBN : 9780674245105

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A revisionist account of interwar EuropeÕs largest Jewish community that upends histories of Jewish agency to rediscover reckonings with nationalismÕs pathologies, diasporaÕs fragility, ZionismÕs promises, and the necessity of choice. What did the future hold for interwar EuropeÕs largest Jewish community, the font of global Jewish hopes? When intrepid analysts asked these questions on the cusp of the 1930s, they discovered a Polish Jewry reckoning with Òno tomorrow.Ó Assailed by antisemitism and witnessing liberalismÕs collapse, some Polish Jews looked past progressive hopes or religious certainties to investigate what the nation-state was becoming, what powers minority communities really possessed, and where a future might be foundÑand for whom. The story of modern Jewry is often told as one of creativity and contestation. Kenneth B. Moss traces instead a late Jewish reckoning with diasporic vulnerability, nationalismÕs terrible potencies, ZionismÕs promises, and the necessity of choice. Moss examines the works of Polish JewryÕs most searching thinkers as they confronted political irrationality, state crisis, and the limits of resistance. He reconstructs the desperate creativity of activists seeking to counter despair where they could not redress its causes. And he recovers a lost grassroots history of critical thought and political searching among ordinary Jews, young and powerless, as they struggled to find a viable future for themselvesÑin Palestine if not in Poland, individually if not communally. Focusing not on ideals but on a search for realism, Moss recasts the history of modern Jewish political thought. Where much scholarship seeks Jewish agency over a collective future, An Unchosen People recovers a darker tradition characterized by painful tradeoffs amid a harrowing political reality, making Polish Jewry a paradigmatic example of the minority experience endemic to the nation-state.

THE UNCHOSEN PATH

Author : MAMTA PRAJAPATI
Publisher : BookSquirrel Publication
Release : 2021-02-25
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 8210379456XXX

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Dear Reader The path is not the only way to a particular destination. It is also a way of success. Each human has the zeal to do something in their life. They are a dreamer, passionate lover, and self-motivator also. Sometimes they have to face the issues in their life. So, by cutting all the hurdles in the way of life, we proceed with the flow of life with victory, joy, and happiness. The unchosen path is a collection of poetry, quotes, and stories of life, the experience of life, different colors of life, and motivation which gathered all the unchosen paths that a person chooses in their life. Hope you choose the right path in your life. With lots of love 'The Unchosen Path'

Unchosen Destiny

Author : Kathie Lightfoot
Publisher : Author House
Release : 2012-05-25
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781468531756

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Kayla Green is a strong and powerful white witch by birthrite. Little does she know that there is more in store for her then just her mundane life of living with Steve for the sake of her three very talented children. Strange and powerful dreams (or so she thinks) occupy her mind most of the day while the children are at school. As soon as the new neighbors move in more things start happening that are way out of Kayla's control. A strange man named Artemis for one. Her family starts dying around her. Her life goes out of control. How will everything end up? Who all will wind up meeting an untimely death as Kayla walks down the path of her Unchosen Destiny.

The Unchosen

Author : Riaz Hassan
Publisher : iUniverse
Release : 2002-08-01
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9780595241545

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There was a clash of perspectives in the nineteenth century when the British tried repeatedly to establish themselves in Afghanistan across the tribal belt between the Sikh Kingdom (later absorbed into British India) and Afghanistan. They encountered a lot of opposition from the local people, who considered it a religious duty to resist them. The terrain was such that no military conclusion could be reached. Some tribes recognized that change was inevitable, but some remained hostile till the end. Abdul Hakim remained steady in his opposition, regardless of the odds against him. He was defeated in a final skirmish through a series of surprising events. Defeat and the knowledge that his eldest son had joined the British army, served to demoralize him in his retirement, but he opposed the British in another way, by encouraging the establishment of a gun-making cottage industry in the region.

The Unchosen

Author : Midge K. Carole
Publisher : Page Publishing Inc
Release : 2013-08
Category : Fiction
ISBN : 9781628380781

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It takes the darkest of times for us to appreciate the brightest light… Beginning life in a close-knit family, our narrator was surrounded by the love of her mother, stepfather, sister, and grandfather. But as time marches on and paradise unravels around her, our narrator finds herself falling into an endless cycle of difficult situations. In the summer of 1955, the narrator found herself prematurely married and pregnant. At only fifteen years old, her husband, Handsome, made her life difficult, but their first son, Stevie, redefined our narrator’s definition of hardships, and helped her focus on becoming a stronger person. This story is just as much about Stevie as it is about the plight of our narrator. It is about a brave boy who lives with his Cerebral Palsy and his mother who learns everything there is to know about how to make Stevie’s life as pleasant as possible. With each downfall, our narrator proves what a fighter she is as she rises from the ashes like an undefeatable phoenix.

The Unchosen Ones

Author : Jannis Panagiotidis
Publisher : Indiana University Press
Release : 2019-08-28
Category : History
ISBN : 9780253043641

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Since the refugee crisis of 2015, the topic of migration has moved to the center of global political debates. Despite the frequently invoked notion that current developments are without historical precedent, migration has been a constant feature of contemporary history, particularly in Europe. Jannis Panagiotidis considers a particular type of migration, co-ethnic migration, where migrants seek admission to a country based on their purported ethnicity or nationality being the same as the country of destination. Panagiotidis looks at immigration from Germany to Israel in three individual cases where migrants were not allowed to enter the country. These rejections confound notions of an "open door" or a "return to the homeland" and present contrasting ideas of descent, culture, blood, and race. Panagiotidis shows that migration is never a simple matter of moving from place to place. Questions of historical origins, immigrant selection and screening, and national belonging are deeply ambiguous and complicate migration even in nations that are purported to be ethnically homogenous.