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  1. The Warrior's Gift

    ... enemies, incredible landscapes, pathos, and sex swirl about him, Louis remains untarnished and incorruptible. He discovers surprising ...

    kraken - September 2016

  2. Uncertainty and Plenitude

    ... the Gettysburg Review, has chosen in this book to write about five poets only, all premier practitioners—John Ashbery, Stephen ...

    kraken - September 2016

  3. Exploring the Beloved Country

    ... leavened by Zelinsky's lively prose and unfailing good humor about the somewhat offbeat enterprise that he has made his life's work. The ...

    kraken - September 2016

  4. Dinner Roles

    ... Cookbooks and advertisements provided valuable information about the ideals that American society upheld. A woman who could prepare the ...

    kraken - September 2016

  5. A Prairie Populist

    ... organize Nebraska into cooperatives and educate rural people about land, transportation, and money reform. Her compelling, often ...

    kraken - September 2016

  6. Networks of Modernism

    ... that networks were central to how American moderns thought about their culture in their dramatically changing milieu. While conventional ...

    adncn - September 2016

  7. Gilbert and Sullivan

    ... interviews and recollections, is a record of what was said about Sir William Schwenck Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan during and shortly ...

    kraken - September 2016

  8. How to Leave Hialeah

    ... Capó Crucet is an astonishing talent. This book—about Miami and Cuba and characters who live within those worlds as well as ...

    kraken - September 2016

  9. Seven Wheelchairs

    ... and laughter. By giving his readers the unromantic truth about life in a wheelchair, he escapes stereotypes about people with disabilities and moves toward a place where every individual ...

    kraken - September 2016

  10. Intricate Relations

    ... most novelists of the era embraced. In a republic anxious about burgeoning individualism in the 1790s and the first two decades of the ...

    kraken - September 2016