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Wonders of the African World

Wonders of the African World

The Companion Volume to the PBS Television SeriesWonders of the African World is an exuberant, visually stunning journey across Africa and through the history of its glorious but forgotten civilizations.Traveling...

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Lidia's Italian-American Kitchen

Lidia's Italian-American Kitchen

Lidia Bastianich, loved by millions of Americans for her good Italian cooking, gives us her most instructive and personal cookbook yet.Focusing on the Italian-American kitchen—the cooking she...

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Hearts of the City

Hearts of the City

From the late Herbert Muschamp, the former architecture critic of The New York Times and one of the most outspoken and influential voices in architectural criticism, a collection of his best work.The...

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Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home

Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home

The companion volume to the public television series Julia and Jacques Cooking at HomeTwo legendary cooks, Julia Child and Jacques Pépin, invite us into their kitchen and show us the basics of good home cooking....

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CHINESE DEMOCRACY

CHINESE DEMOCRACY

What do the Chinese mean by the word “democracy”? When they say that their political system is “democratic,” does this mean that they share our ideas about liberty, civil rights, and self...

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Some Luck

Some Luck

Longlisted for the 2014 National Book AwardFrom the winner of the Pulitzer Prize: a powerful, engrossing new novel—the life and times of a remarkable family over three transformative decades...

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The Corsican Caper

The Corsican Caper

Here is Peter Mayle at his effervescent best—his master sleuth, Sam Levitt, eating, drinking, and romancing his way through the South of France even as he investigates a case of deadly intrigue among...

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Reasons for Moving, Darker & The Sargentville Not

Reasons for Moving, Darker & The Sargentville Not

Reasons for Moving was Mark Strand's first book, and on its publication in 1968 Donald Justice called him "maybe the very best of the new poets." Darker followed, and...

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American Violence

American Violence

With eyewitness accounts and contemporary reports—linked together by succinct analytical commentaries—Richard Hofstadter and his young collaborator, Michael...

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The Anatomy of the Nuremberg Trials

The Anatomy of the Nuremberg Trials

A long-awaited memoir of the Nuremberg war crimes trials by one of its key participants. In 1945 Telford Taylor joined the prosecution staff and eventually became...

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How Perfect is That

How Perfect is That

Blythe Young—a wannabe Texas princess, a heroine as plucky, driven, and desperate as Vanity Fair’s Becky Sharp—is plummeting precipitously from up- to downstairs, banging her head on every...

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To Mock a Mocking Bird

To Mock a Mocking Bird

In this entertaining and challenging new collection of logic puzzles, Raymond Smullyan—author of What Is the Name of This Book? And The Lady or the Tiger?—continues...

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Wagner Operas

Wagner Operas

The foremost authority on Wagner presents in this comprehensive volume all that the opera-goer, radio listener, music-love, and confirmed Wagnerite will wish to know about:      The Flying Dutchman   Tannhäuser   Lohengrin   Tristan...

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Light-Horse Harry Lee

Light-Horse Harry Lee

In Light Horse Harry Lee, Charles Royster tells the story of a man whose career embodies the visionary promises that inspired the American Revolution, as well as the inability...

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The New York Times Garden Book, Revised

The New York Times Garden Book, Revised

Every Sunday, leading horticultural experts writing in the garden pages of The New York Times provide practical advice on almost every phase of gardening—from lawn...

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Treatise on the Gods

Treatise on the Gods

"I am quite convinced that all religions, at bottom, are pretty much alike. On the surface they may seem to differ greatly, but what appears on the surface is not always religion. Go beneath it, and...

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Finishing the Hat

Finishing the Hat

Stephen Sondheim has won seven Tonys, an Academy Award, seven Grammys, a Pulitzer Prize and the Kennedy Center Honors. His career has spanned more than half a century, his lyrics have become synonymous with musical theater and popular culture, and in Finishing...

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Knopf MapGuide: London

Knopf MapGuide: London

This opening fold-out contains a general map of London to help you visualize the 8 large districts discussed in this guide, and 4 pages of valuable information, handy tips and useful addresses. Discover London through 8 districts and 8 mapsWestminster/...

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One Day At Teton Marsh

One Day At Teton Marsh

In One Day at Teton Marsh, Sally Carrighar tells the story of a single day at a marsh in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, based on the hours she spent watching the various...

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Servant of the Bones

Servant of the Bones

In a new and major novel, the creator of fantastic universes o vampires and witches takes us now into the world of Isaiah and Jeremiah, and the destruction of Solomon's...

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The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo

A sensation across Europe—millions of copies soldA spellbinding amalgam of murder mystery, family saga, love story, and financial intrigue.It’s about the...

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The One-Strand River

The One-Strand River

Fourteen years after his last book of poems, we have a glorious new volume from Richard Kenney, who has been hailed by The New York Review of Books as “one of the most gifted and multifaceted...

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Gwynne's Grammar

Gwynne's Grammar

Anxious about apostrophes?   In a pickle over your pronouns and prepositions?   Fear not—Mr. Gwynne is here with his wonderfully concise and highly enjoyable...

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