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My Beloved World

Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s coming-of-age memoir. In it, she deals candidly and intimately with the challenges of her life, and her determination to overcome them.

The Bible

A sprawling, disorganized, and digressive anthology, The Bible reflects either too many or not enough editorial hands.

Mission in a Bottle: The Honest Guide to Doing Business Differently --and Succeeding

Business book as graphic literature --can it get better?

Beyond Sleep

The young geologist , Alfred Issendorf, is travelling to the foreboding, mosquito laden, interior of Finnmark.

In The Garden of Beasts

US Ambassador William E. Dodd took his family with him to Berlin 1933-1937. Together they experienced the fear and terror of the formative years of the Nazi regime, and grew from naivete to the firm resolution that action against Hitler would need to be taken.

Who Owns The Future?

Who owns the future? is an economic question, and Lanier responds in the best vein of thinking that was once called "political economy."

The Starboard Sea: A Novel

This novel is a worthy, beautifully-written successor in the genre of John Knowles' classic A Separate Peace (1959).

Would It Kill You To Stop Doing That? A Modern Guide to Manners

In this "laugh-out-loud guide," Henry Alford addresses several instances in which people have spoken without thinking and ignored the concept of manners.

Thinking, Fast and Slow

Learn how to discipline your thinking and assume less from your immediate intuitions.

The Swerve: How The World Became Modern

Titus Lucretius Carus (99-55 BCE), his poem De rerum naturae and its eclipse, rediscovery, and role in early modern culture.

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