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Accompany Me

Accompany Me

In her deeply affecting and profound portrait of illness and how it can dramatically alter the fabric of our lives and our faith, Nora Gallagher depicts the process of alienation she experienced...

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Ask Polly's Guide to Your Next Crisis

Ask Polly's Guide to Your Next Crisis

“Every crisis has a message for you, if you look for it. Every crisis carries with it some kind of a gift that will make you feel more whole.” From beloved advice-columnist...

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The Elusive Benefits of Undereating and Exercise

The Elusive Benefits of Undereating and Exercise

It should come as no surprise that low calorie and low fat diets rarely accomplish what they are expected to do—improve health and slim waistlines. Likewise, exercise, however...

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How to Take Your Time

How to Take Your Time

Curiously practical—this no-nonsense blend of literary biography and self-help unravels how interesting life can be if only you could resist the impulse to rush through the mundane...

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Why We Age

Why We Age

All living beings grow from young to old. From Dr. Andrew Weil’s bestselling and authoritative guide—this companionable and easily digestible selection explains...

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I Am Not Your Negro

I Am Not Your Negro

National BestsellerNominated for the Academy Award for Best DocumentaryTo compose his stunning documentary film I Am Not Your Negro, acclaimed...

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American Girls

American Girls

A New York Times Bestseller Award-winning Vanity Fair writer Nancy Jo Sales crisscrossed the country talking to more than two hundred girls between the ages of...

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Everybody's Fool

Everybody's Fool

National Bestseller and a New York Times 2016 Notable BookIn these pages, Richard Russo returns to North Bath, the Rust Belt town first brought to unforgettable...

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How to Watch a Movie

How to Watch a Movie

In his most inventive exploration of the medium yet, David Thomson—one of our most provocative authorities on all things cinema—shows us how to get more out of watching any...

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New Year, Same Trash

New Year, Same Trash

Comedian, blogger and essayist Samantha Irby is not going to be a better person this year than she was last. Nope. With a small group of woo-woo others, Irby sets seventy micro-resolutions,...

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A Very Expensive Poison

A Very Expensive Poison

A true story of murder and conspiracy that points directly to Vladimir Putin, by The Guardian’s former Moscow bureau chief.On November...

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Dissent and the Supreme Court

Dissent and the Supreme Court

In his major work, acclaimed historian and judicial authority Melvin Urofsky examines the great dissents throughout the Court’s long history. Constitutional dialogue...

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Green Island

Green Island

Taipei, February 28, 1947: As an uprising rocks Taiwan, a young doctor is taken from his newborn daughter by Chinese Nationalists, on charges of speaking out against the...

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Quicksand

Quicksand

A stunning and poignant autobiographical look at the myriad experiences that shape a meaningful life, by the bestselling author of the Kurt Wallander mysteries.    ...

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Fifty Shades Darker (Movie Tie-In Edition)

Fifty Shades Darker (Movie Tie-In Edition)

OFFICIAL MOVIE TIE-IN EDITION, INCLUDES BONUS MATERIAL    A special edition of E L James’s #1 New York Times bestselling novel, Fifty Shades Darker,...

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Julieta (Movie Tie-in Edition)

Julieta (Movie Tie-in Edition)

The Three Stories that Inspired the MovieWith a foreword by Pedro AlmodóvarAlice Munro is cherished for her exquisite, affecting meditations on the human heart....

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Poems

Poems

William Blake is one of England’s most fascinating writers; he was not only a groundbreaking poet, but also a painter, engraver, radical, and mystic. Although Blake was...

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Stories I Tell Myself

Stories I Tell Myself

Hunter S. Thompson, “smart hillbilly,” boy of the South, born and bred in Louisville, Kentucky, son of an insurance salesman and a stay-at-home mom, public school-educated, jailed at seventeen on a bogus petty robbery charge, member...

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Four Baboons Adoring the Sun and Other Plays

Four Baboons Adoring the Sun and Other Plays

The setting is Sicily, the island where the gods once spent their holidays. The principals are a newlywed couple in their forties, who hope to meld the children...

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The Clothing of Books

The Clothing of Books

How do you clothe a book? In this deeply personal reflection, Pulitzer Prize–winning author Jhumpa Lahiri explores the art of the book jacket from the...

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Gender Outlaw

Gender Outlaw

“I know I’m not a man . . . and I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m probably not a woman, either. . . . . The trouble is, we’re living in a world that insists we...

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The Life of Saul Bellow

The Life of Saul Bellow

For much of his adult life, Saul Bellow was the most acclaimed novelist in America, the winner of, among other awards, the Nobel Prize in Literature, three National Book...

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The Mayor of Casterbridge

The Mayor of Casterbridge

The Mayor of Casterbridge, one of Thomas Hardy’s most powerful novels, opens with a scene of shocking heartlessness. In a fit of drunken rage, Michael Henchard, an...

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The Question of Separatism

The Question of Separatism

Jane Jacobs, writing from her adoptive country, uses the problems facing an independence-seeking Quebec and Canada as a whole to examine the universal problem of...

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