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The Best of All Possible Worlds

by Steven Nadler

In the spring of 1672, the German philosopher and mathematician Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz arrived in Paris on a furtive diplomatic mission. That project was abandoned quickly, but Leibniz remained in Paris...


Unruly Americans and the Origins of the Constitution

by Woody Holton

Average Americans Were the True Framers of the Constitution

Woody Holton upends what we think we know of the Constitution’s origins by telling the history of the average Americans who challenged the framers...


The Painted Word

by Tom Wolfe

"America's nerviest journalist" (Newsweek) trains his satirical eye on Modern Art in this "masterpiece" (The Washington Post)

Wolfe's style has never been more dazzling, his wit never more keen. He addresses...


Black Mass

by John Gray

For the decade that followed the end of the cold war, the world was lulled into a sense that a consumerist, globalized, peaceful future beckoned. The beginning of the twenty-first century has rudely disposed...


Writing in the Dark

by David Grossman & Jessica Cohen

Recent essays on Israel, literature, and language from one of the country's most respected and best-loved voices Throughout his career, David Grossman has been a voice for peace and reconciliation between Israel...


Good Germs, Bad Germs

by Jessica Snyder Sachs

Making Peace with Microbes

 

Public sanitation and antibiotic drugs have brought about historic increases in the human life span; they have also unintentionally produced new health crises by disrupting the intimate,...


The Struggle for Black Equality

by Harvard Sitkoff & John Hope Franklin

The Struggle for Black Equality is a dramatic, memorable history of the civil rights movement. Harvard Sitkoff offers both a brilliant interpretation of the personalities and dynamics of civil rights organizations...


The Snake Stone

Yashim the Eunuch #2

by Jason Goodwin

The captivating return of Yashim, the eunuch investigator from the intelligent, elliptical and beguilingly written" (The Times, London) bestseller The Janissary Tree

When a French archaeologist arrives in 1830s...


Break It Down

by Lydia Davis

The thirty-four stories in this seminal collection powerfully display what have become Lydia Davis’s trademarks—dexterity, brevity, understatement, and surprise. Although the certainty of her prose suggests...


For the Soul of Mankind

by Melvyn P. Leffler

To the amazement of the public, pundits, and even the policymakers themselves, the ideological and political conflict that had endangered the world for half a century came to an end in 1990. How did that happen?...


Connected: 24 Hours in the Global Economy

by Daniel Altman

What if you could look behind the headlines of the global economy to see how it really worked? Instead of listening to pundits, politicians, and protestors, you could see firsthand how everyone from migrant...


A Life Worth Living

by Robert Martensen

Critical illness is a fact of life. Even those of us who enjoy decades of good health are touched by it eventually, either in our own lives or in those of our loved ones. And when this happens, we grapple with...


American Transcendentalism

by Philip F. Gura

The First Comprehensive History of Transcendentalism

 

American Transcendentalism is a comprehensive narrative history of America's first group of public intellectuals, the men and women who defined American...


House of Happy Endings

by Leslie Garis

Howard Garis, creator of the famed Uncle Wiggily series, along with his wife, Lilian, were phenomenally productive writers of popular children's series--including The Bobbsey Twins and Tom Swift--from the turn...


The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test

by Tom Wolfe

"An American classic" (Newsweek) that defined a generation. “An astonishing book” (The New York Times Book Review) and an unflinching portrait of Ken Kesey, his Merry Pranksters, and the 1960s.


The Bhagavad Gita

by George Thompson

A fresh, new prose translation of the classic Indian poem, ideally focused for students and teachers and for yoga teacher training

 The Bhagavad Gita, a small section of the massive Sanskrit epic the Mahabharata...


The Private Lives of Pippa Lee

by Rebecca Miller

At fifty, Pippa Lee seems just fine. The devoted wife of a brilliant publisher thirty years her senior, the proud mother of successful twins, and a lovely and adored friend and neighbor, she seems to glow with...


The Body Toxic

by Nena Baker

We are running a collective chemical fever that we cannot break. Everyone everywhere now carries a dizzying array of chemical contaminants, the by-products of modern industry and innovation that contribute to...


The Empress of Weehawken

by Irene Dische

At the end of what is (she cannot help observing) an extraordinary life, Elisabeth Rother has decided to write her memoirs. She brushes aside her narrow escape with her Jewish husband from the Nazis, and the...


The Men's Club

by Leonard Michaels

Seven men, friends and strangers, gather in a house in Berkeley. They intend to start a men’s club, the purpose of which isn’t immediately clear to any of them; but very quickly they discover a powerful...