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Notes on Grief

Notes on Grief

From the globally acclaimed, best-selling novelist and author of We Should All Be Feminists, a timely and deeply personal account of the loss of her father.Notes on Grief is...

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Finding the Mother Tree

Finding the Mother Tree

From the world's leading forest ecologist who forever changed how people view trees and their connections to one another and to other living things in the forest--a moving, deeply personal journey of discoverySuzanne...

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Great Circle

Great Circle

Spanning Prohibition-era Montana, the Pacific Northwest, Alaska, New Zealand, wartime London, and modern-day Los Angeles, Great Circle tells the unforgettable story of a daredevil...

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Things We Lost to the Water

Things We Lost to the Water

A stunning debut novel about an immigrant Vietnamese family who settles in New Orleans and struggles to remain connected to one another as their lives are inextricably reshaped.When...

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Antitrust

Antitrust

An important, urgently needed book from the much-admired senior senator from Minnesota, and former candidate for president of the United States--a fascinating exploration of antitrust in America...

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Hearing Homer's Song

Hearing Homer's Song

From the acclaimed biographer of Jane Jacobs and Srinivasa Ramanujan comes the first full life and work of arguably the most influential classical scholar of the twentieth century, who overturned long-entrenched...

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Whereabouts

Whereabouts

A marvelous new novel from the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Lowland and Interpreter of Maladies--her first in nearly a decade. *A Most Anticipated Novel of 2021 from Buzzfeed; O, The Oprah Magazine;...

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Are You Enjoying?

Are You Enjoying?

An exhilarating debut by a young writer from Pakistan: provocative, funny, disarmingly original stories that upend traditional notions of identity and family, and peer into the vulnerable...

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Crying in H Mart

Crying in H Mart

From the indie rockstar of Japanese Breakfast fame, and author of the viral 2018 New Yorker essay that shares the title of this book, an unflinching, powerful memoir about growing...

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Paris Without Her

Paris Without Her

In this moving, tender memoir of losing a beloved spouse, the longtime editor of Texas Monthly, newly widowed, returns alone to a city whose enchantment he's only ever shared with his wife,...

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Antiquities

Antiquities

From one of our most preeminent writers, a tale that captures the shifting meanings of the past, and how our experience colors those meanings.Lloyd...

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Early Morning Riser

Early Morning Riser

“You’ll have no choice but to stay up reading all night, and then you'll be sad when you've run out of pages. Katherine Heiny's voice is unlike anyone else's, and it's just what the world needs now." ⁠—J. Courtney Sullivan, bestselling...

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First Person Singular

First Person Singular

“Some novelists hold a mirror up to the world and some, like Haruki Murakami, use the mirror as a portal to a universe hidden beyond it.” —The Wall Street Journal A...

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National Audubon Society Birds of North America

National Audubon Society Birds of North America

From the most trusted name in birding--beloved by millions of backyard enthusiasts and experts alike--comes a completely new and definitive guide to the birds of North America:...

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National Audubon Society Trees of North America

National Audubon Society Trees of North America

From the creators of the world's most trusted field guides--a go-to source for millions of nature lovers--comes a completely new and unparalleled reference work: the most...

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A Whole World

A Whole World

The selected correspondence of the brilliant poet, one of the twentieth century's last great letter writers."I don't keep a journal, not after the first...

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The Beauty of Living Twice

The Beauty of Living Twice

“Not your typical Hollywood autobiography. Brutally honest, restless and questing.” O, The Oprah Magazine “Elegantly written with her wicked sense of humor on full display, the memoir is catnip...

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Godsong

Godsong

A fresh, strikingly immediate and elegant verse translation of the classic, with an introduction and helpful guides to each section, by the rising American poet.Born...

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A Most Remarkable Creature

A Most Remarkable Creature

“A fascinating, entertaining, and totally engrossing story.”—David Sibley, author of What It's Like to Be a Bird “Utterly captivating and beautifully written, this book is a hugely entertaining...

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Rescuing the Planet

Rescuing the Planet

"As clear a picture of humanity's impact on earth's natural environment as any ever written." --E. O. Wilson (from the Introduction)An urgent, resounding call to protect 50 percent of the earth's land by...

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Francis Bacon

Francis Bacon

A decade in the making: the first comprehensive look at the life and art of Francis Bacon, one of the iconic painters of the twentieth century--from the Pulitzer Prize-winning authors of de...

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A Light in the Dark

A Light in the Dark

From the celebrated film critic and author of The Biographical Dictionary of Film--an essential work on the preeminent, indispensable movie directors and the ways in which...

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Mister Toebones

Mister Toebones

In these marvelous pages, the award-winning poet turns a searching gaze toward the shared habitat and intertwined fates of man and animal. He looks back and forward in time, down...

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A Beginner's Guide to America

A Beginner's Guide to America

A stirring, witty, and poignant glimpse into the bewildering American immigrant experience from someone who has lived it. Also, a mirror held up to America.Into...

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