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AN Imperial Possession: Britain in the Roman Empire, 54 BC - AD 409

by David Mattingly

The definitive history of Roman Britain

In the first major narative history of the subject in more than a generation, David Mattingly brings life in Britain during four hundred years of Roman domination into...


The Portable Emerson: New Edition

by Ralph Waldo Emerson

This volume, edited by Carl Bode in collaboration with Malcolm Cowley, presents the essential Emerson, selected from works that eloquently express the philosophy of a worldly idealist. The Portable Emerson comprises...


The Portable Medieval Reader

by Various

In their introduction to this anthology, James Bruce Ross and Mary Martin McLaughlin remind us that "no area of the past is dead if we are alive to it. The variety, the complexity, the sheer humanity of the...


The Portable Milton

by John Milton

The Portable Milton is an authoritative grand tour through the imagination of this prodigal genius. In the course of his forty-year career, John Milton evolved from a prodigy to a blind prophet, from a philosophical...


Eleanor of Aquitaine: A Biography

by Marion Meade

"Marion Meade has told the story of Eleanor, wild, devious, from a thoroughly historical but different point of view: a woman's point of view."-Allene Talmey, Vogue.


American Indian Trickster Tales

by Richard Erdoes

Of all the characters in myths and legends told around the world, it's the wily trickster who provides the real spark in the action, causing trouble wherever he goes. This figure shows up time and again in Native...


My First White Friend: Confessions on Race, Love and Forgiveness

by Patricia Raybon

"In mid-life Afro-American journalist Raybon made a conscious decision to stop hating white people. Her journal/analysis provides discourse on hatred and forgiveness, the rise of her hatred, and her efforts...


Drivers at the Short-Time Motel

by Eugene Gloria

Ephemeral lives, and souls lost in the tattered fabric of war, displacement, and ruined love find hope, redemption, and a common voice in Eugene Gloria's artful concoction of American and Filipino vernaculars....


Larry's Party

Women's Prize for Fiction 1998

by Carol Shields

The San Diego Tribune called The Stone Diaries a "universal study of what makes women tick." With Larry's Party Carol Shields has done the same for men. Larry Weller, born in 1950, is an ordinary guy made extraordinary...


Love and Anger: The Parental Dilemma

by Nancy Samalin

Winner of Child Magazine's Best Parenting Boo of 1991. "An honest look at how children can drive the most loving parent to periodic madness, along with practical suggestions for how to cope."-Adele Faber.


Life Is Real Only Then, When I Am

by G. I. Gurdjieff

Begun in 1934, this final volume of Gurdjieff's trilogy, All and Everything, is a primary source for Gurdjieff's ideas, methods, and biography. Gurdjieff offers guidance to his "community of seekers," through...


The Actor's Book of Monologues for Women

by Various

More than 200 selections from the prose and verse of Margaret Atwood, Jane Austen, Charlotte Bronte, Elizabeth Barrett Browning, Emily Dickinson, Isadora Duncan, Anais Nin, Christini Rosetti, Sappho, and others....


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by Elizabeth Shepard

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


Macbeth in Venice

by William Logan

One of the most technically gifted poets of his generation, William Logan here presents four sequences, each of which is haunted by the battered history of the enchanted city of Venice: two refugees from Nazi...


Selves

by Philip Booth

Booth's eighth poetry collection, with its evocations of compassion, tenderness and invading darkness, implies that redemption will come only from having loved well and wisely. Publishers Weekly remarked, "Booth...


The Gamble

by Thomas E. Ricks

Thomas E. Rick's news-breaking follow up to the #1 New York TimesFiasco

Now updated to fully document the inside story of the Iraq war since late 2005, The Gamble is the definitive account of the insurgency...


The Idea of Perfection

Women's Prize for Fiction 2001

by Kate Grenville

Harley Savage is a plain woman, a part-time museum curator and quilting expert with three failed marriages and a heart condition. Douglas Cheeseman is a shy, gawky engineer with jug-handle ears, one marriage...


A Light in the Window

The Mitford Years #2

by Jan Karon

The second novel in the beloved Mitford series, by the bestselling author of At Home in Mitford and Somebody Safe with Somebody Good, confirms that a trip to Mitford is good for the soul

His attractive neighbor...


Dear Strangers: A Novel

by Meg Mullins

The acclaimed author of The Rug Merchant once again "empowers us to seek the remarkable in what we all too often overlook" (Albuquerque Journal)

As children, Oliver and Mary Finley awaited the arrival of their...


Work and Other Sins: Life in New York City and Thereabouts

by Charlie LeDuff

From the New York Times bestselling author of Detroit: An American Autopsy

"Except for a few drinks, nothing is free in Charlie LeDuff's blunt and touching Work and Other Sins. The laughter and wisdom are hard...