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Reconnaissance

by Carl Phillips

A powerful, inventive collection from one of America's most respected poets

There's

a trembling inside the both of us,

there's a trembling, inside us both.

The territory of Reconnaissance is one where morals threaten...


Purity

by Jonathan Franzen

A magnum opus for our morally complex times from the author of Freedom

Young Pip Tyler doesn't know who she is. She knows that her real name is Purity, that she's saddled with $130,000 in student debt, that she's...


The Poetry of Pablo Neruda

by Pablo Neruda

The most comprehensive English-language collection of work ever by "the greatest poet of the twentieth century-in any language" (Gabriel García Márquez)

In his work a continent awakens to consciousness," wrote...


Paradise of the Pacific

by Susanna Moore

The dramatic history of America's tropical paradise

The history of Hawaii may be said to be the story of arrivals—from the eruption of volcanoes on the ocean floor 18,000 feet below, the first hardy seeds that...


I Explain a Few Things

by Pablo Neruda

"Laughter is the language of the soul," Pablo Neruda said. Among the most lasting voices of the most tumultuous (in his own words, "the saddest") century, a witness and a chronicler of its most decisive events,...


American Apostles

by Christine Leigh Heyrman

The surprising tale of the first American Protestant missionaries to proselytize in the Muslim world

In American Apostles, the Bancroft Prize-winning historian Christine Leigh Heyrman brilliantly chronicles the...


Primetime Blues

by Donald Bogle

A landmark study by the leading critic of African American film and television

Primetime Blues is the first comprehensive history of African Americans on network television. Donald Bogle examines the stereotypes,...


Mindware

by Richard E. Nisbett

"The most influential thinker, in my life, has been the psychologist Richard Nisbett. He basically gave me my view of the world." -Malcolm Gladwell, New York Times Book Review

Scientific and philosophical concepts...


A Manual for Cleaning Women

by Lucia Berlin, Stephen Emerson & Lydia Davis

"I have always had faith that the best writers will rise to the top, like cream, sooner or later, and will become exactly as well-known as they should be-their work talked about, quoted, taught, performed, filmed,...


Terra Firma Triptych

by J. M. Ledgard

From the author of Submergence comes a digital-original triptych of essays that examine humanity in the modern age.

Terra Firma Triptych begins in a wilderness in South Sudan. J. M. Ledgard is there in search...


Notes on the Death of Culture

by Mario Vargas Llosa & John King

A provocative essay collection that finds the Nobel laureate taking on the decline of intellectual life

In the past, culture was a kind of vital consciousness that constantly rejuvenated and revivified everyday...


Landfalls

by Naomi J. Williams

The gripping story of a dramatic eighteenth-century voyage of discovery

In her wildly inventive debut novel, Naomi J. Williams reimagines the historical La Pérouse expedition, a voyage of exploration that left...


Jersey Rain

by Robert Pinsky

Impassioned, Personal Poems From America's Poet Laureate

"It spends itself regardless into the ocean.

It stains and scours and makes things dark or bright:

Sweat of the moon, a shroud of benediction,

The chilly...


Give Us the Ballot

by Ari Berman

A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist, Nonfiction

A New York Times Notable Book of 2015

A Washington Post Notable Nonfiction Book of 2015

A Boston Globe Best Book of 2015

A Kirkus Reviews Best Nonfiction...


Flood of Fire

by Amitav Ghosh

The stunningly vibrant final novel in the bestselling Ibis Trilogy

It is 1839 and China has embargoed the trade of opium, yet too much is at stake in the lucrative business and the British Foreign Secretary has...


The Equity Culture

by B. Mark Smith

An Expert Chronicle of the Market's Ever-Growing Role Worldwide

The modern stock market, B. Mark Smith's new book makes clear, is only one component of a much broader "equity culture"-a lively and complex international...


Strange Victory

by Ernest R. May

A dramatic narrative-and reinterpretation-of Germany's six-week campaign that swept the Wehrmacht to Paris in spring 1940.

Before the Nazis killed him for his work in the French Resistance, the great historian...


The Night Stages

by Jane Urquhart

Set mainly in a remote westerly tip of Ireland in the 1940s and '50s, this stunning new novel from one of Canada's bestselling authors is at once intimate and epic in scope.

Tam, an Englishwoman, has been living...


How to Hack a Party Line

by Sara Miles

The gripping story of the emergence of a powerful new force in American politics

Sara Miles's How to Hack the Party Line is the first book to explain the political significance of the high-technology industry,...


Apollo in the Grass

by Aleksandr Kushner, Carol Ueland & Robert Carnevale

The more softly the word is pronounced

The more ardent, the more miraculous.

The less it dreams of becoming a song

That much nearer it draws to music.

-from "Apollo in the Grass"

For the Nobel laureate Joseph Brodsky,...