The Perjured Saint

Cold Friday

by Whittaker Chambers

Impressions of Degas

My Friend Degas

by Daniel Halévy, translated and edited, with notes by Mina Curtiss

The Unknown Degas and Renoir in the National Museum of Belgrade

by Denis Rouart

A Genius, But…

Frieda Lawrence: The Memoirs and Correspondence

edited by E.W. Tedlock Jr.

The Paintings of D. H. Lawrence

edited by Mervyn Levy, with essays by Harry T. Moore and Jack Lindsay and Herbert Read

The Complete Poems of D. H. Lawrence

edited by Vivian de Sola Pinto, edited by F. Warren Roberts

Spoiled Kings

The Tragedy of Charles II in the years 1630-1660

by Hester W. Chapman

The Stuarts in Love

by Maurice Ashley

A Modern Master


by Jorge Luis Borges, translated by Mildred Boyer and Harold Morland


by Jorge Luis Borges, edited by Donald Yates and James E. Irby

The Education of James Conant and Paul Goodman

Two Modes of Thought: My Encounters with Science and Education

by James B. Conant

Shaping Educational Policy

by James B. Conant

A Part of Our Time

Anno Domini

by George Steiner

Other People's Houses

by Lore Segal


by Philip Larkin

The Burnt Ones

by Patrick White

The Bound Man

The Journal of Jules Renard

edited and translated by Louise Bogan and Elizabeth Roget

No Man’s Land

Eight Philosophers of the Italian Renaissance

by Paul Oskar Kristeller

No Popcorn

The Second New York Film Festival at Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts

Temptations of the Cultural Historian

O Strange New World American Culture: The Formative Years

by Howard Mumford Jones

Arabian Days

The Marsh Arabs

by Wilfred Thesiger

A Nous la Liberte

The Technological Society

by Jacques Ellul, Translated from the French by John Wilkinson, with an Introduction by Robert K. Merton

Ou va le travail humain?

by George Friedmann

Machinisme et Bien-Etre

by Jean Fourastié

Introduction a la modernite

by Henri Lefebvre

The French Bureaucratic System

by Michel Crozier

La nouvelle classe ouvriere

by Serge Mallet

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