Science and Truth

Philosophy and Scientific Realism

by J.J.C. Smart

The Reasons Why

Korea: The Limited War

by David Rees

Hell’s Angel

Harlow: An Intimate Biography

by Irving Shulman

Lettuce and Tomatoes

A Piece of Lettuce: Personal Essays on Books, Beliefs, American Places, and Growing Up in a Strange Country

by George P. Elliott

Waiting for the End

by Leslie A. Fielder

The Heresy of William Blake

Hidden Riches: Traditional Symbolism from the Renaissance to Blake

by Désirée Hirst


The Day of the Lion: The Life and Death of Fascist Italy 1922-1945

by Roy MacGregor-Hastie

Mussolini and Italian Fascism

by S. William Halperin

Mussolini: A Study in Power

by Ivone Kirkpatrick

Ionesco: the Theater of the Banal

Notes and Counter Notes: Writings on the Theatre

by Eugène Ionesco, translated by Donald Watson

French Travelers in Early America

Journey into Northern Pennsylvania and the State of New York

by Michel-Guillaume St. Jean de Crèvecoeur

Travels in North America in the Years 1780, 1781 and 1782 Notes by History and Culture

by Marquis de Chastellux, A Revised Translation with Introduction and Howard C. Rice Jr.

Unfair Play for Cuba

The Bay of Pigs

by Haynes Johnson

Lady Ott

Memoirs of Lady Ottoline Morrell

by Lady Ottoline Morrell, edited by Robert Gathorne-Hardy

Saturday Night and Sunday Morning

What Time Collects

by James T. Farrell

The Rector of Justin

by Louis Auchincloss

The President

by R.V. Cassill

Fight Night on a Sweet Saturday

by Mary Lee Settle

Commonweal or Common Woe

The Quiet Crisis

by Stewart L. Udall

A Saint at Oxford

John Keble

by Georgina Battiscombe

News from Nowhere


by David Storey


by Frederic Raphael

The Sun's Attendant

by Charles Haldeman

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