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In the Kitchen with Rosie

In the Kitchen with Rosie

With 50 recipes and 8 pages of full-color photographs by Micheal McLaughlin.From the Hardcover edition.

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Tragic Muse

Tragic Muse

Rachel Felix (1821-58), the homely daughter of poor Jewish peddlers, was the first stage actress to achieve international stardom - and the last person one would...

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One Secret Thing

One Secret Thing

Sharon Olds completes her cycle of family poems in a book at once intense and harmonic, playful with language, and rich with a new self-awareness and sense of irony.The opening poem, with its sequence of fearsome images of war, serves as a prelude to poems...

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Newspaper Titan

Newspaper Titan

From the author of Hostage to Fortune; The Letters of Joseph P. Kennedy ("Superb" —Michael Beschloss; "Remarkable" —Arthur Schlesinger), the galvanizing story of Eleanor Medill (Cissy) Patterson, celebrated debutante and socialte, scion of the Chicago Tribune empire, and the twentieth century's...

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Of Time and Place

Of Time and Place

Of Time and Place is a legacy from one of the best-loved woodsman writers of our time. To the outdoorsmen who often canoed and portaged with him through the northern Lake country,...

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National Audubon Society Pocket Guide: Familiar Animal Tracks of North America

National Audubon Society Pocket Guide: Familiar Animal Tracks of North America

A portable, comprehensive field guide to North American animal tracks--brimming with concise descriptions and stunning color photographs, and designed to fit into your back...

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The Darkness and the Light

The Darkness and the Light

The poetry of Anthony Hecht has been praised by Harold Bloom and Ted Hughes, among others, for its sure control of difficult material and its unique music and visual precision. This new volume is the fruit of a mellowing...

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NEW YORK JEW

NEW YORK JEW

Alfred Kazin, one of the central figures of America’s intellectual life in the 20th century, takes us into his own life and times. His autobiography encompasses, within a single large, fluent narrative, a personal story...

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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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Nothing If Not Critical

Nothing If Not Critical

From Holbein to Hockney, from Norman Rockwell to Pablo Picasso, from sixteenth-century Rome to 1980s SoHo, Robert Hughes looks with love, loathing, warmth, wit and authority at a wide range of art and...

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National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England

National Audubon Society Field Guide to New England

The most comprehensive field guide available to New England--a portable, essential companion for visitors and residents alike--from the go-to reference source for over 18 million nature lovers.This...

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The Changing Light at Sandover

The Changing Light at Sandover

A welcome return to paperback: James Merrill’s most famous and celebrated work.

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Selected Poems

Selected Poems

Alongside Wallace Stevens, James Merrill, and other pillars of twentieth-century poetry, Anthony Hecht joins the Borzoi Poetry series.Hecht, whose writing rings with the cadences of the King James Bible, and who, as an...

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Scenes from the Fashionable World

Scenes from the Fashionable World

"These essays, reprinted from the New Yorker, evince the fastidious prose and finely tuned insights praised in Fraser's first book, The Fashionable Mind. Four pieces...

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Hame

Hame

A rich, sultry, ambitious novel about a young American writer/curator, fleeing a crumbling marriage in New York who travels with her nine-year old daughter to one of the remote islands in...

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Rabbit At Rest

Rabbit At Rest

In John Updike's fourth and final novel about ex-basketball player Harry "Rabbit" Angstrom, the hero has acquired heart trouble, a Florida condo, and a second grandchild....

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QUARTET PLAYING,ART OF

QUARTET PLAYING,ART OF

How do four instrumentalists with strong individual tastes and temperaments manage to forge a distinctive approach to the music they play? This extraordinary book...

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Black Lab

Black Lab

David Young, the distinguished poet and translator, offers us a gorgeous cycle of poems attuned to the Midwestern seasons—to weather both emotional and actual. A writer of thrilling...

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Looking for Poetry

Looking for Poetry

A uniquely appealing collection that reflects the variety and richness of South American poetry.Carlos Drummond de Andrade, a native-born Brazilian, is universally recognized as the...

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Darlington's Fall

Darlington's Fall

The hero of this one-of-a-kind novel is Russel Darlington, a born naturalist and an unlikely romantic hero. We meet him in the year 1895—a seven-year-old boy first glimpsed chasing a frog...

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Village of Ben Suc

Village of Ben Suc

BEN SUC was a relatively prosperous farming village thirty miles from Saigon, on the edge of the Iron Triangle, the formidable Vietcong stronghold.  It had been “pacified”...

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A Possible World

A Possible World

"For the last thirty years or more, Kenneth Koch has been writing the most exuberant poems in America. In an arena where such good spirits are rare, he has become a national treasure. In his book of personal addresses to what...

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The River of Consciousness

The River of Consciousness

From the best-selling author of Gratitude, On the Move, and Musicophilia, a collection of essays that displays Oliver Sacks's passionate engagement with the most compelling and seminal...

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Be the One

Be the One

From the author of North of Montana ("The writing has the taut, perfect tone of a well-tuned string"--Scott Turow), a spellbinding new thriller about ambition taken to...

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