Author : Lily King
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Grove/Atlantic, Inc.
ISBN : 9780802192516
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A New York Times Bestseller Winner of the 2014 Kirkus Prize Winner of the 2014 New England Book Award for Fiction A Finalist for the National Book Critics Circle Award A Best Book of the Year for: New York Times Book Review, Time, NPR, Washington Post, Entertainment Weekly, Newsday, Vogue, New York Magazine, Seattle Times, San Francisco Chronicle, Wall Street Journal, Boston Globe, The Guardian, Kirkus Reviews, Amazon, Publishers Weekly, Our Man in Boston,, Salon Euphoria is Lily King’s nationally bestselling breakout novel of three young, gifted anthropologists of the ‘30’s caught in a passionate love triangle that threatens their bonds, their careers, and, ultimately, their lives. Inspired by events in the life of revolutionary anthropologist Margaret Mead, Euphoria is "dazzling ... suspenseful ... exhilarating novel.”—Boston Globe

Author : Marian Dujsik
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Xlibris Corporation
ISBN : 9781483612461
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This is a story of five people coming together to live contentedly in a house they call, "Euphoria", all of them responsible adults who work together and smoke together.

Author : Christopher Milnes
Genre : History
Publisher : Routledge
ISBN : 9780429647857
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Very few people have not at some point in their lives believed themselves or their loved ones to be reasonably healthy when, in "reality", sickness was encroaching or never went away. Health has been deceiving us for thousands of years, but rarely have we entirely dispensed with it as a concept. This book sets out to establish why and how that might be. The first of its kind, this longue durée historical study explores some of the ways in which people in western societies and cultures have come to believe that they, or other people, have perceived or misperceived health, well-being and euphoria—a word which, before the twentieth century, usually named the experience of health. This book draws from a number of areas of historical research, including the histories of convalescence, addiction, madness and Sigmund Freud’s interest in Euphorie in his pre-psychoanalytical period.

Author : Don Sebastian
Genre : Antiques & Collectibles
Publisher : Rosewood Publication
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The word 'Euphoria' is the overwhelming feeling of happiness, joy and well-being. Happiness alone is not something we hide inside. 'Euphoria' is one such book. Through this, their thoughts and feelings are expressed in writings. Most of the book in this book are poems and articles. Their thoughts and feelings can be clearly seen in it. It is also very interesting to read. Stories, poems and articles are all included in this book.

Author : Isis Faison
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : Isis Faison Publishing LLC
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Alice O'Neil has always loved history, to the point that she based her entire life around it. When she is given the opportunity to travel across the Atlantic to work and live in the center of Romania, she takes it in a heartbeat. Even against the protests of her family, and the jokes of her friends. However not everything is rainbows and sunshine, and her life takes a rapid change in ways she never would have imagined. What happens when those changes introduce her to an entire world she had no idea existed? Romance blooms and realities shift, but not even that is without its downsides.

Author : Laura Kate Dale
Genre : Social Science
Publisher : Unbound Publishing
ISBN : 9781800180574
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GENDER EUPHORIA: a powerful feeling of happiness experienced as a result of moving away from one’s birth-assigned gender. So often the stories shared by trans people about their transition centre on gender dysphoria: a feeling of deep discomfort with their birth-assigned gender, and a powerful catalyst for coming out or transitioning. But for many non-cisgender people, it’s gender euphoria which pushes forward their transition: the joy the first time a parent calls them by their new chosen name, the first time they have the confidence to cut their hair short, the first time they truly embrace themself. In this groundbreaking anthology, nineteen trans, non-binary, agender, gender-fluid and intersex writers share their experiences of gender euphoria: an agender dominatrix being called ‘Daddy’, an Arab trans man getting his first tattoos, a trans woman embracing her inner fighter. What they have in common are their feelings of elation, pride, confidence, freedom and ecstasy as a direct result of coming out as non-cisgender, and how coming to terms with their gender has brought unimaginable joy into their lives.

Author : C. Becker
Genre : Fiction
Publisher : The Wild Rose Press Inc
ISBN : 9781509224920
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Hailey Langley refuses to be a victim and has moved on from her traumatic past. But her marriage problems worsen when a deadly illicit drug threatens to draw her into the life she left behind. Mark Langley has allowed his job to interfere with his marriage, but he never suspected the secrets in Hailey's past might hold the key to solving both of his current investigations. Together, they must unravel the mystery of the drug called Euphoria and find a way to save not only their marriage, but countless lives, before it's too late.

Author : Benjie Walker
Genre :
Publisher :
ISBN : 9781483400587
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In a world infested with hate, greed, and evil of all kinds, and on the brink of destroying itself, innocent, precious children suffer. How can a boy from southwest Missouri and his college roommates, save not only the children but the entire world? Then, right before time runs out, save each of their true loves?

Author : Pascal Bruckner
Genre : Philosophy
Publisher : Princeton University Press
ISBN : 9780691204031
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How happiness became mandatory—and why we should reject the demand to "be happy" Happiness today is not just a possibility or an option but a requirement and a duty. To fail to be happy is to fail utterly. Happiness has become a religion—one whose smiley-faced god looks down in rebuke upon everyone who hasn't yet attained the blessed state of perpetual euphoria. How has a liberating principle of the Enlightenment—the right to pursue happiness—become the unavoidable and burdensome responsibility to be happy? How did we become unhappy about not being happy—and what might we do to escape this predicament? In Perpetual Euphoria, Pascal Bruckner takes up these questions with all his unconventional wit, force, and brilliance, arguing that we might be happier if we simply abandoned our mad pursuit of happiness. Gripped by the twin illusions that we are responsible for being happy or unhappy and that happiness can be produced by effort, many of us are now martyring ourselves—sacrificing our time, fortunes, health, and peace of mind—in the hope of entering an earthly paradise. Much better, Bruckner argues, would be to accept that happiness is an unbidden and fragile gift that arrives only by grace and luck. A stimulating and entertaining meditation on the unhappiness at the heart of the modern cult of happiness, Perpetual Euphoria is a book for everyone who has ever bristled at the command to "be happy."

Author : Sarah Cook
Genre : Art
Publisher : Riverside Architectural Press
ISBN : 9781988366319
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Euphoria and Dystopia: The Banff New Media Institute Dialogues is a compendium of some of the most important thinking about art and technology to have taken place in the last few decades at the international level. Based on the research of the Banff New Media Institute (BNMI) from 1995 to 2005, the book celebrates the belief that the creative sector, artists and cultural industries, in collaboration with scientists, social scientists and humanists, have a critical role to play in developing technologies that work for human betterment and allow for a more participatory culture. The book is organized by key themes that have underscored the dialogues of the BNMI and within each are carefully edited transcriptions drawn from thousands of hours of audio material documenting BNMI events such as the annual Interactive Screen and the numerous summits and workshops. Each chapter is introduced by an essay from the book editors that discusses the roles of research and artistic co-production at Banff from 1990 to 2005 and a commissioned essay from a leading new media theorist. Includes the catalogue for ‘The Art Formerly Known As New Media’ exhibition, Walter Phillips Gallery, 2005. Edited by Sarah Cook and Sara Diamond. Foreword by Kellogg Booth and Sidney Fels. Essays by Sandra Buckley; Steve Dietz; Jean Gagnon; N. Katherine Hayles; Eric Kluitenberg; Jeff Leiper, Allucquere Rosanne Stone. Afterword by Susan Kennard.