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Reading Dante: From Here to Eternity

by Prue Shaw

The best and most eloquent introduction to Dante for our time. Prue Shaw is one of the world's foremost authorities on Dante. Written with the general reader in mind, Reading Dante brings her knowledge to bear...

Selected Poems

by E. E. Cummings & Richard S. Kennedy

"No one else has ever made avant-garde, experimental poems so attractive to both the general and the special reader."—Randall Jarrell

The one hundred and fifty-six poems here, arranged in twelve sections and...

The Enormous Room (New Edition)

by E. E. Cummings, George James Firmage & Susan Cheever

“Of all the work by young men who have sprung up since 1920 one book survives—The Enormous Room by E. E. Cummings.”—F. Scott Fitzgerald The most notable work of fiction from our most beloved modernist...

Ciao, Carpaccio!: An Infatuation

by Jan Morris

Jan Morris returns to Venice in this loving tribute to one of the great Renaissance masters. In the course of writing Venice, her 1961 classic, Jan Morris became fascinated by the historical presence of a sometimes-overlooked...

Severed: A History of Heads Lost and Heads Found

by Frances Larson

A “wide-ranging and thoughtful” (Wall Street Journal) exploration of the varied obsessions that the “civilized West” has had with decapitated heads and skulls. The human head is exceptional. It accommodates...

Love Poems

by Bertolt Brecht, David Constantine & Tom Kuhn

An historic publication in which the legendary German poet and dramatist emerges, quite like Goethe, as a poet driven by Eros. Bertolt Brecht is widely considered the greatest German playwright of the twentieth...

Indigo: A Novel

by Clemens J. Setz & Ross Benjamin

An eerie and uncanny mystery, reminiscent of early Pynchon, and the American debut of one of the most acclaimed young European novelists. In the Austrian state of Styria lies the Helianau Institute, a boarding...

Wagstaff: Before and After Mapplethorpe: A Biography

by Philip Gefter

This "admiring and absorbing biography" (Deborah Solomon, The New York Times Book Review) charts Sam Wagstaff's incalculable influence on contemporary art, photography, and gay identity.  A legendary curator,...

The New Annotated H. P. Lovecraft

by H. P. Lovecraft, Leslie S. Klinger & Alan Moore

A Slate, and San Francisco Chronicle Best Book of 2014

From across strange aeons comes the long-awaited annotated edition of “the twentieth century’s greatest practitioner of the classic horror tale” (Stephen...

The Meaning of Human Existence

by Edward O. Wilson

National Book Award Finalist. How did humanity originate and why does a species like ours exist on this planet? Do we have a special place, even a destiny in the universe? Where are we going, and perhaps, the...

ROME: Poems

by Dorothea Lasky

A heartbreaking collection from one of the most recognized and influential new voices in American poetry. Dorothea Lasky has been hailed as "undoubtedly one of the nation's most talented younger poets" (Huffington...

How to Be a Victorian: A Dawn-to-Dusk Guide to Victorian Life

by Ruth Goodman

A “revelatory” (Wall Street Journal) romp through the intimate details of Victorian life, by an historian who has cheerfully endured them all. Lauded by critics, How to Be a Victorian is an enchanting manual...

Internal Medicine: A Doctor's Stories

by Terrence Holt

“Illuminates human fragility in tales both lyrical and soul-wrenching.” —Danielle Ofri, New York Times Book Review In this “artful, unfailingly human, and understandable” (Boston Globe) account inspired...

Epilogue: A Memoir

by Will Boast

Winner, The Rome Prize

“This remarkable memoir is written with extraordinary care, intelligence, and honesty. . . . In short, it’s fully alive.”—Phillip Lopate

For Will Boast, what looked like the end...

Feminism Unfinished: A Short, Surprising History of American Women's Movements

by Dorothy Sue Cobble, Linda Gordon & Astrid Henry

Reframing feminism for the twenty-first century, this bold and essential history stands up against "bland corporate manifestos" (Sarah Leonard). Eschewing the conventional wisdom that places the origins of the...

Hold the Dark: A Novel

by William Giraldi

At the edge of civilization, nature and evil collide in what “stands out as one of the decade’s best books of its kind” (Alan Cheuse, Boston Globe). Written with “force and precision and grace” (John...

Mercy of a Rude Stream: The Complete Novels

by Henry Roth & Joshua Ferris

This "landmark of the American literary century" (Boston Globe) is finally published as one volume, appearing with a brilliant new introduction. Sixty years after the publication of his great modernist masterpiece,...

On Marx: Revolutionary and Utopian (Liveright Classics)

by Alan Ryan

A lucid introduction to the philosophical complexities and the practical limits of the political thought of Karl Marx. When Karl Marx was buried at Highgate Cemetery in North London in 1883, his longtime friend...

On Tocqueville: Democracy and America (Liveright Classics)

by Alan Ryan

Tocqueville’s gifts as an observer and commentator on American life and democracy are brought to vivid life in this splendid volume. In On Tocqueville, Alan Ryan brilliantly illuminates the observations of...

Preparing the Ghost: An Essay Concerning the Giant Squid and Its First Photographer

by Matthew Gavin Frank

Memory, mythology, and obsession collide in this “slyly charming” (New York Times Book Review) account of the giant squid. In 1874, Moses Harvey—eccentric Newfoundland reverend and amateur naturalist—was...