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With hope still left to save Carys, Marty Strauss, although reluctant to get involved in the old man Whiteheads deserved punishment, decides to get involved and attempt to save the innocent gifted addict from being another victim to the ...

Author: Clive Barker

Publisher: Crossroad Press

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Category: Fiction

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Marty Strauss, a gambling addict recently released from prison, is hired to be the personal bodyguard of Joseph Whitehead, one of the wealthiest men in the world. The job proves more complicated and dangerous than he thought, however, as Marty soon gets caught up in a series of supernatural events involving Whitehead, his daughter (who is a heroin addict), and a devilish man named Mamoulian, with whom Whitehead made a Faustian bargain many years earlier, during World War II. As time passes, Mamoulian haunts Whitehead using his supernatural powers (such as the ability to raise the dead), urging him to complete his pact with him. Eventually Whitehead decides to escape his fate after a few encounters with Mamoulian and having his wife, former bodyguard, and now his daughter Carys taken away from him. With hope still left to save Carys, Marty Strauss, although reluctant to get involved in the old man Whiteheads deserved punishment, decides to get involved and attempt to save the innocent gifted addict from being another victim to the damnation game
2017-11-19 By Clive Barker

Author: Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

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ISBN: HARVARD:32044086865292

Category: F.A.U.S.T. (Series)

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THE DAMNATION GAME The Damnation Game is the first novel by the British writer Clive Barker. Published in 1985 by Sphere and met with critical praise upon publication, the novel quickly followed from Barker's celebrated debut with the ...

Author: Matt Cardin

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781440842023

Category: Literary Criticism

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This two-volume set offers comprehensive coverage of horror literature that spans its deep history, dominant themes, significant works, and major authors, such as Stephen King, Edgar Allan Poe, and Anne Rice, as well as lesser-known horror writers. • Describes horror literature during different periods, thus helping readers understand the roots of modern horror literature, how works of horror have engaged social issues, and how horror has evolved over time • Connects horror literature to popular culture through sidebars on film adaptations, television shows, video games, and other nonliterary, popular culture topics • Includes excerpts from selected literary works that exemplify topics discussed in the entries that support English language arts standards by enabling students to read these excerpts critically in light of the entries • Prompts students to consider the nature of horror as a genre, the relationship of horror literature and social issues, and how horror literature intersects with mainstream supernatural concerns, such as religion
2017-09-21 By Matt Cardin

Author: Mark Millar

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ISBN: OCLC:50308507

Category: Angels

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1998 By Mark Millar

Miraculously, however, all this changes in The Damnation Game. In some fashion or other, Barker has here produced a sparklingly flawless weird novel that redeems all the absurdities of his earlier Books of Blood and all the verbosity of ...

Author: S.T. Joshi

Publisher: McFarland

ISBN: 9780786462490

Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 288

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This is a critical study of many of the leading writers of horror and supernatural fiction since World War II. The primary purpose is to establish a canon of weird literature, and to distinguish the genuinely meritorious writers of the past fifty years from those who have obtained merely transient popular renown. Accordingly, the author regards the complex, subtle work of Shirley Jackson, Ramsey Campbell, Robert Aickman, T.E.D. Klein, and Thomas Ligotti as considerably superior to the best-sellers of Stephen King, Clive Barker, Peter Straub, and Anne Rice. Other writers such as William Peter Blatty, Thomas Tryon, Robert Bloch, and Thomas Harris are also discussed. Taken as a whole, the volume represents a pioneering attempt to chart the development of weird fiction over the past half-century.
2012-05-29 By S.T. Joshi

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Author: Sandra Palomino

Publisher: Heritage Capital Corporation

ISBN: 1599672170

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2008 By Sandra Palomino

Clive Barker's The Damnation Game Books on Tape Warner Audio, 2 hours 30 minutes, $12.95 It's been a couple of months since I listened to this 2-cassette dramatization of Clive Barker's The Damnation Game, but I can still remember some ...

Author: Darrell Schweitzer

Publisher: Wildside Press LLC

ISBN: 9780809532070

Category: Fiction

Page: 132

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The Summer 1988issue of Weird Tales showcases the work of Featured Author Tanith Lee and Featured Artist Stephen Fabian (who did all the artwork). Includes contributions from Morgan Llywelyn, Brian Lumley, and many more.
1988-06 By Darrell Schweitzer

If the major leaders are unwilling to agree consensually on emergency solutions, or unable to stick to 'national' agreements and give peace a chance, the stage is set for the damnation game with various strongmen pitted against each ...

Author: E. Braathen

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9780333977354

Category: Political Science

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The book examines, among other issues, the emergence of civil war as a result of political struggles. The construction of Africa as the 'other' has meant that factors commonly used to explain war elsewhere have been neglected in SubSaharan Africa. The political power struggle which evolved around the state is at the forefront of the analysis of civil war and societal conflict.
2000-02-11 By E. Braathen

SYMPHONY X SS0545 “The damnation game.” The damnation game. 1995 Zero XRCN–1244, Japan (CD)/1996 InsideOut Music IOMCD–004 (SPV 084– 24402), Germany (CD). Source: C. P. E. Bach/Solfeggietto (Solfeggio) Note: This track also appears on ...

Author: Janell R. Duxbury

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 1462807364

Category: Music

Page: 580

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Rock music of all varieties has been influenced by classical music and vice versa, both in the form of direct quotes and in the form of borrowings of style, composition, and instrumentation. The average listener may be unaware of the many links between rock music and the classics. One might remember a few examples, such as Walter Murphy's chart-topping "A Fifth of Beethoven" or Eric Carmen's "All by Myself," but pass them off as interesting anomalies. However, the influence of the classics on rock music is pervasive and grows from a long line of precedents. This second supplement to Janell R. Duxbury's original 1985 discography, Rockin' the Classics and Classicizin' the Rock, brings the earlier work and first supplement up-to-date with hundreds of new entries documenting recently released or newly discovered examples of the interconnection between these musical genres. Duxbury details nearly 700 new examples of recorded rock instrumentals and songs that borrow musical themes from the classics. Variations range from contemporary renditions of complete classical works to brief classical quotes or phrases subtly incorporated into rock compositions. Duxbury also gives additional examples of recorded orchestral versions of songs originally composed and/or written by rock artists. In these examples, the musical style varies from strict classical interpretations to pop-style orchestral renditions. The second supplement then expands Duxbury's original compilation of sound recordings and live performances of rock groups performing with established orchestras and choruses, selected samples of recorded rock music that simulate baroque or classical sound/structure, examples of the manifest influence of rock on classical music, and instances of rock artists and classical artists switching roles. Lastly, this discography updates the 1985 version and the first supplement with new information, expanded details, and minor corrections to the earlier works. An extended list of selected non-rock background examples is included in several new appendixes. The Preface is updated. A general index includes the names of classical composers, rock artists and groups, orchestras, choruses, orchestra conductors, sound recording producers, and song or instrumental titles. With its incomparable scope and content, this supplement, together with Duxbury's previous discography, and its first supplement will be appreciated by students, researchers, record collectors, trivia buffs, music industry employees, and fans of rock music and the classics.
2001-02-05 By Janell R. Duxbury

Author: Outlet

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ISBN: 0517681137

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1989-01-01 By Outlet