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Queer in Israel
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Behind the colorful images of the annual Gay Pride Parade in Tel Aviv is a dimension of legal equality or gay people. Israel is not only an island of LGBT freedom in the Middle East, but also one of the most progressive countries in the world on the issue - Israel allows and enables alternative parenting and family models that are still largely unheard-of in Germany today. However, the topic of LGBT rights also reveals the profound chasm in Israeli society between the Tel Aviv "bubble" and the rest of the country, between ultraprogressive and ultra-conservative thought patterns and ways of life.With contributions by Nora Pester, Sarah Pohl, Frederik Schindler, Arye Sharuz Shalicar, Noa Golani and interviews with the photographer Benyamin Reich and The Jerusalem Open House for Pride and Tolerance

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The Innocence of Father Brown , Hörbuch, Digita...
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The gentle, unassuming cleric ferrets out the guilty in such mysteries as "The Blue Cross", "The Honour of Israel Gow", "The Hammer of God", "The Queer Feet", "The Flying Stars", "The Secret Garden", "The Eye of Apollo", "The Invisible Man", "The Wrong Shape", "The Sins of Prince Saradine", "The Sign of the Broken Sword", and "The Three Tools of Death". 1. Language: English. Narrator: Flo Gibson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/adbk/000291/bk_adbk_000291_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Father Brown: Series 1: Series 1, Hörbuch, Digi...
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Andrew Sachs stars as the famous clerical sleuth in Series 1 of The Father Brown Stories, first broadcast on BBC Radio 4. With his black hat, huge umbrella, unwordly simplicity and ‘beaming but breathless geniality’, Father Brown is one of fiction’s best-loved amateur detectives. Short and tatty, but with the wisdom and insight to unravel the most wayward of criminal minds, he has entertained generations. In Series 1, the High Priest of detection becomes involved in seven intriguing cases that will tax even his mental powers to the limit. The episodes are: The Blue Cross, The Queer Feet, The Eye of Apollo, The Invisible Man, The Honour of Israel Gow, The Hammer of God and The Sins of Prince Saradine. Dramatised by John Scotney and produced by Alec Reid. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Andrew Sachs. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/rt/bbcw/005296/rt_bbcw_005296_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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The Innocence of Father Brown , Hörbuch, Digita...
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Detective fans of all races and creeds, of all tastes and fancies will delight in the exploits of this wise and whimsical padre. Father Brown’s powers of detection allow him to sit beside the immortal Holmes, but he is also "in all senses a most pleasantly fascinating human being", according to American crime novelist Rufus King. You will be enchanted by the scandalously innocent man of the cloth, with his handy umbrella, who exhibits such uncanny insight into ingeniously tricky human problems. This collection of 12 mysteries solved by Father Brown includes: "The Blue Cross", "The Secret Garden", "The Queer Feet", "The Flying Stars", "The Invisible Man", "The Honour of Israel Gow", "The Wrong Shape", "The Sins of Prince Saradine", "The Hammer of God", "The Eye of Apollo", "The Sign of the Broken Sword", and "The Three Tools of Death". 1. Language: English. Narrator: Frederick Davidson. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/blak/004826/bk_blak_004826_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Pater Browns Einfalt
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Vater Brown ist ein englischer katholischer Pfarrer, der als Hobby Kriminalfälle löst. Dies gelingt ihm, indem er sich in den Täter hineinversetzt, dabei das Verbrechen selbst begeht, wie er sagt. Dabei ist er aber weniger daran interessiert, Verbrecher der irdischen Gerechtigkeit auszuliefern, sondern er will sie zu Gott führen; eine freiwillige Beichte des Täters genügt ihm. Dabei spielt es für ihn keine Rolle, welches Amt diese Person bekleidet.12 Kurzgeschichten:- Das blaue Kreuz (The Blue Cross)- Der geheime Garten (The Secret Garden)- Die verdächtigen Tritte (The Queer Feet)- Die Sternschnuppen (The Flying Stars)- Der Unsichtbare (The Invisible Man)- Israel Gows Ehre (The Honour of Israel Gow)- Mißgestaltet (The Wrong Shape)- Die Sünden des Prinzen Saradin (The Sins of Prince Saradine)- Der Hammer Gottes (The Hammer of God)- Das Auge des Apoll (The Eye of Apollo)- Das Zeichen des zerbrochenen Schwertes (The Sign of the Broken Sword)- Die drei Todeswerkzeuge (The Three Tools of Death)Zwischen 1910 und 1935 erschienen neunundvierzig Erzählungen von Chesterton über Father Brown, zunächst in Zeitschriften und anschließend zusammengefasst in mehreren Bänden.Browns einziger Freund ist der ehemalige Trickdieb Hercule Flambeau, der, von Brown bekehrt, zum Privatdetektiv wird.Es gibt übrigens ein reales Vorbild für Father Brown: Father John O'Connor von St. Custherberts, Bradford. Er war der Pfarrer, der Chestertons Konversion zum katholischen Glauben leitete.Die Fälle des Vater Brown sind bereits mehrmals für Kino und TV verfilmt worden. In Deutschland ist besonders die Verkörperung durch Heinz Rühmann bekannt.ISBN 978-3-95418-077-6 (Kindle)ISBN 978-3-95418-078-3 (Epub)ISBN 978-3-95418-079-0 (PDF)ISBN 978-3-96281-610-0 (Print)Null Papier Verlag

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Pater Browns Einfalt
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Vater Brown ist ein englischer katholischer Pfarrer, der als Hobby Kriminalfälle löst. Dies gelingt ihm, indem er sich in den Täter hineinversetzt, dabei das Verbrechen selbst begeht, wie er sagt. Dabei ist er aber weniger daran interessiert, Verbrecher der irdischen Gerechtigkeit auszuliefern, sondern er will sie zu Gott führen; eine freiwillige Beichte des Täters genügt ihm. Dabei spielt es für ihn keine Rolle, welches Amt diese Person bekleidet.12 Kurzgeschichten:- Das blaue Kreuz (The Blue Cross)- Der geheime Garten (The Secret Garden)- Die verdächtigen Tritte (The Queer Feet)- Die Sternschnuppen (The Flying Stars)- Der Unsichtbare (The Invisible Man)- Israel Gows Ehre (The Honour of Israel Gow)- Mißgestaltet (The Wrong Shape)- Die Sünden des Prinzen Saradin (The Sins of Prince Saradine)- Der Hammer Gottes (The Hammer of God)- Das Auge des Apoll (The Eye of Apollo)- Das Zeichen des zerbrochenen Schwertes (The Sign of the Broken Sword)- Die drei Todeswerkzeuge (The Three Tools of Death)Zwischen 1910 und 1935 erschienen neunundvierzig Erzählungen von Chesterton über Father Brown, zunächst in Zeitschriften und anschließend zusammengefasst in mehreren Bänden.Browns einziger Freund ist der ehemalige Trickdieb Hercule Flambeau, der, von Brown bekehrt, zum Privatdetektiv wird.Es gibt übrigens ein reales Vorbild für Father Brown: Father John O'Connor von St. Custherberts, Bradford. Er war der Pfarrer, der Chestertons Konversion zum katholischen Glauben leitete.Die Fälle des Vater Brown sind bereits mehrmals für Kino und TV verfilmt worden. In Deutschland ist besonders die Verkörperung durch Heinz Rühmann bekannt.ISBN 978-3-95418-077-6 (Kindle)ISBN 978-3-95418-078-3 (Epub)ISBN 978-3-95418-079-0 (PDF)ISBN 978-3-96281-610-0 (Print)Null Papier Verlag

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German, Jew, Muslim, Gay (eBook, ePUB)
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Hugo Marcus (1880-1966) was a man of many names and many identities. Born a German Jew, he converted to Islam and took the name Hamid, becoming one of the most prominent Muslims in Germany prior to World War II. He was renamed Israel by the Nazis and sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp before escaping to Switzerland. He was a gay man who never called himself gay but fought for homosexual rights and wrote queer fiction under the pen name Hans Alienus during his decades of exile.In German, Jew, Muslim, Gay, Marc David Baer uses Marcus's life and work to shed new light on a striking range of subjects, including German Jewish history and anti-Semitism, Islam in Europe, Muslim-Jewish relations, and the history of the gay rights struggle. Baer explores how Marcus created a unique synthesis of German, gay, and Muslim identity that positioned Johann Wolfgang von Goethe as an intellectual and spiritual model. Marcus's life offers a new perspective on sexuality and on competing conceptions of gay identity in the multilayered world of interwar and postwar Europe. His unconventional story reveals new aspects of the interconnected histories of Jewish and Muslim individuals and communities, including Muslim responses to Nazism and Muslim experiences of the Holocaust. An intellectual biography of an exceptional yet little-known figure, German, Jew, Muslim, Gay illuminates the complexities of twentieth-century Europe's religious, sexual, and cultural politics.

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German, Jew, Muslim, Gay (eBook, ePUB)
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Hugo Marcus (1880-1966) was a man of many names and many identities. Born a German Jew, he converted to Islam and took the name Hamid, becoming one of the most prominent Muslims in Germany prior to World War II. He was renamed Israel by the Nazis and sent to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp before escaping to Switzerland. He was a gay man who never called himself gay but fought for homosexual rights and wrote queer fiction under the pen name Hans Alienus during his decades of exile.In German, Jew, Muslim, Gay, Marc David Baer uses Marcus's life and work to shed new light on a striking range of subjects, including German Jewish history and anti-Semitism, Islam in Europe, Muslim-Jewish relations, and the history of the gay rights struggle. Baer explores how Marcus created a unique synthesis of German, gay, and Muslim identity that positioned Johann Wolfgang von Goethe as an intellectual and spiritual model. Marcus's life offers a new perspective on sexuality and on competing conceptions of gay identity in the multilayered world of interwar and postwar Europe. His unconventional story reveals new aspects of the interconnected histories of Jewish and Muslim individuals and communities, including Muslim responses to Nazism and Muslim experiences of the Holocaust. An intellectual biography of an exceptional yet little-known figure, German, Jew, Muslim, Gay illuminates the complexities of twentieth-century Europe's religious, sexual, and cultural politics.

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Santa Fe Noir (eBook, ePUB)
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"The book's diverse group of writers will provide readers with unexpected perspectives on this centuries-old city and its people."--Publishers Weekly"Readers will never look at hand-thrown pottery, heirloom tomatoes, or spectacular sunsets the same way again."--Kirkus ReviewsAkashic Books continues its award-winning series of original noir anthologies, launched in 2004 with Brooklyn Noir. Each book comprises all new stories, each one set in a distinct neighborhood or location within the respective city.Brand-new stories by: Ana Castillo, Jimmy Santiago Baca, Byron F. Aspaas, Barbara Robidoux, Elizabeth Lee, Ana June, Israel Francisco Haros Lopez, Ariel Gore, Darryl Lorenzo Wellington, Candace Walsh, Hida Viloria, Cornelia Read, Miriam Sagan, James Reich, Kevin Atkinson, Katie Johnson, and Tomas Moniz.From the introduction by Ariel Gore:The stories in this collection reflect a fundamental truth about this city: history depends on who's telling it. Too often the story of Santa Fe has been told only by the conquerors and the tourism PR firms. In Santa Fe Noir, you will hear the voices of the others: locals and Native people, unemployed veterans and queer transplants, the homeless and the paroled-to-here. When I asked the contributors you'll read in these pages if they had a Santa Fe story to tell, they invariably shrugged and said something to the effect of, "Oh, I've got a story all right. But it might not fit the image of Santa Fe you're looking for."I said, "Try me." They came back with the stories that never make the glossy tour brochures: the working class and the underground, the decolonized and the ever-haunted; the Santa Fe only we know...Conquered and reconquered, colonized and commodified, Santa Fe understands--from historical genocide to the murders of family members--the intimacy of violence.

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