Crosland’s Socialism

The Conservative Enemy

by C.A.R. Crosland


Ford Madox Ford: A Study of His Novels

by Richard A. Cassell

Ford Madox Ford's Novels: A Critical Study

by John A. Meixner

Novelist Of Three Worlds: Ford Madox Ford

by Paul L. Wiley

Fruit Salad

City Of Night

by John Rechy

Sovereign Law

The Sovereign Prerogative: The Supreme Court and the Quest for Law

by Eugene V. Rostow

Law, Liberty, and Morality

by H.L.A. Hart

Death in Jerusalem

Eichmann In Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil

by Hannah Arendt

You’re Welcome

Thank You And Other Poems

by Kenneth Koch

America Absolved

Anti-Intellectualism in American Life

by Richard Hofstadter

Trade Preserv’d

The Great Hunger

by Cecil Woodham-Smith

The $6 Misunderstanding


by Michel Butor

Capitalism Contained

The American Economic Republic

by Adolf A. Berle


Longfellow: His Life and Work

by Newton Arvin

An International Episode

A Favorite Of The Gods

by Sybille Bedford


Complete Plays and Prose

by Georg Buechner, translated with an introduction by Carl Richard Mueller


Man and Technics

by Oswald Spengler, translated by C.F. Atkinson

The Hour of Decision

by Oswald Spengler, translated by C.F. Atkinson

A New Beat

The Tin Drum

by Günter Grass

Dollars, Taxes

The Paper Economy

by David T. Bazelon

Early Powell

What's Become of Waring?

by Anthony Powell


Shakespeare Criticism, 1935-1960

Selected with an introduction by Anne Ridler


Writers At Work: The Paris Review Interviews. Second Series.

A Raw Deal


by David Magarshack

Cook’s Tour


by Thomas Pynchon

Too Much

Little Science, Big Science

by Derek J. De Solla Price

Recent Poetry

To Mix With Time

by May Swenson

Final Solutions

by Frederick Seidel

French Army

The French Army: A Military Political History

by Paul Marie de la Gorce

Dare Call It Treason

by Richard M. Watt

Oxford Gothic

The Unicorn

by Iris Murdoch

Literary Realism

Documents of Modern Literary Realism

edited by George J. Becker

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