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Field of Light and Shadow

Field of Light and Shadow

A career-spanning volume from one of our most valuable living American poets, offering poems that display an exquisite ear tuned to the natural world, to love and friendship, and to the continually...

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Footprints

Footprints

Shelby Hearon's 14th novel opens at a reception for the loved ones of deceased heart donors where, for the first time, Nan and Douglas Mayhall come face to face with the aging preacher who...

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Founding Brothers

Founding Brothers

An illuminating study of the intertwined lives of the founders of the American republic--John Adams, Aaron Burr, Benjamin Franklin, Alexander Hamilton, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and George...

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AMERICA BY DESIGN

AMERICA BY DESIGN

Hailed a “significant contribution” by The New York Times, David Noble’s book America by Design describes the factors that have shaped...

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Catastrophic Care

Catastrophic Care

A visionary investigation that will change the way we think about health care: how and why it is failing, why expanding coverage will actually make things worse, and how our health care can be transformed...

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Sometimes an Art

Sometimes an Art

From one of the most respected historians in America, twice the winner of the Pulitzer Prize, a new collection of essays that reflects a lifetime of erudition and accomplishments...

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The Great Fires

The Great Fires

JOYCE'S MOTTO has had much fame but few apostles. Among them, there has been Jack Gilbert and his orthodoxy, a strictness that has required of this poet, now in the seventh decade...

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Elsa Schiaparelli

Elsa Schiaparelli

Her name was Elsa Schiaparelli. She was known as the Queen of Fashion; a headline attraction in the international glitter-glamour show of the late twenties and thirties, feted in Rome (where she was born), Paris, New York, London, Moscow, Hollywood . ....

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The Fannie Farmer Cookbook

The Fannie Farmer Cookbook

Here is the great basic American cookbook—with more than 1,990 recipes, plain and fancy—that belongs in every household.Originally published in 1896 as The Boston Cooking-School Cook Book by Fannie Merritt...

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The Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition

The Sibley Guide to Birds, Second Edition

“Undoubtedly the finest guide to North American birds.”—Guy McCaskie, Birding The publication of The Sibley Guide to Birds in 2000 quickly established David Allen Sibley as the author and illustrator of the nation’s...

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Americanah

Americanah

One of The New York Times Book Review's Ten Best Books of the YearLONGLISTED 2015  – International IMPAC Dublin Literary Award From the award-winning...

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Latin American Cooking Across the U.S.A.

Latin American Cooking Across the U.S.A.

In the first cookbook to encompass the full spectrum of Latin American cooking all across America today, Himilce Novas and Rosemary Silva offer 200 enticing recipes that have been drawn from the home kitchens of Americans...

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Wheeling Motel

Wheeling Motel

In his tenth collection of poetry, Franz Wright gives us an exquisite book of reconciliation with the past and acceptance of what may come in the future. From his earliest...

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The Buddha in the Attic

The Buddha in the Attic

Finalist for the 2011 National Book AwardJulie Otsuka’s long awaited follow-up to When the Emperor Was Divine (“To watch Emperor catching on with teachers and students...

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Need

Need

New York City is in the grip of a bad-moon heat wave, with the street-corner preachers running amok. Into the fray, four damaged lives come together at a pet store on the Upper West...

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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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Sleeping Late on Judgment Day

Sleeping Late on Judgment Day

“My heart is bursting with homage as I / head off to a hostile eternity,” writes Jane Mayhall, now eighty-five, who wrote most of these poems in an urgent outpouring...

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The Windward Road

The Windward Road

The Windward Road, published in 1956, made history. When Archie Carr began to rove the Caribbean to write about sea turtles, he saw that their numbers were dwindling....

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Conversations with Frank Gehry

Conversations with Frank Gehry

An unprecedented, intimate, and richly illustrated portrait of Frank Gehry, one of the world’s most influential architects. Drawing on the most candid, revealing, and entertaining conversations...

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This Crazy Thing Called Love

This Crazy Thing Called Love

In 1955, Ann Woodward shot her husband, Billy, in their Oyster Bay, Long Island, home. While she was cleared by a grand jury, which believed her story that she had mistaken Billy...

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Special Providence

Special Providence

From one of our leading experts on foreign policy, a full-scale reinterpretation of America’s dealings—from its earliest days—with the rest of the world.It is Walter Russell...

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Lewis & Clark

Lewis & Clark

The companion volume to Ken Burns's PBS documentary film, with more than 150 illustrations, most in full color.In the spring of 1804, at the behest of President Thomas Jefferson,...

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