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The Ordeal of George Patton

Patton: Ordeal and Triumph

by Ladislas Farago


Audubon: The Last Days of Nature

The Audubon Folio

text by George Dock Jr.

Audubon's Wildlife

by Edwin Way Teale, with selections from the writings of John James Audubon

John James Audubon

by Alice Ford


A Hero’s History

Heimskringla

by Snorri Sturluson, translated by Lee M. Hollander

The Prose Edda

by Snorri Sturluson, translated by Jean I. Young

Gods, Demons and Others

by R.K. Narayan


The Age of Biology

New Patterns in Genetics and Development

by C.H. Waddington

The Nature of Life

by C.H. Waddington

The Life of the Cell: Its Nature, Origin and Basic Development

by J.A.V. Butler

The Biochemical Approach to Life

by F.R. Jevons

Genetics and Man

by C.D. Darlington

Heredity and the Nature of Man

by Theodosius Dobzhansky

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The Good Life of Paul Klee

The Diaries of Paul Klee

edited with an Introduction by Felix Klee


The House of Napoleon

The Golden Bees: The Story of the Bonapartes

by Theo Aronson

Napoleon and Josephine

by Frances Mossiker

The Empress Eugenie

by Harold Kurtz


How Did it Happen?

The Burden of Guilt

by Hannah Vogt

Nazi Propaganda

by Z.A.B. Zeman

The Gestapo

by Jacques Delarue


The New Education

The New Curricula

edited by Robert W. Heath


Spellbound

Film: The Creative Process

by John Howard Lawson

Cinema Eye, Cinema Ear

by John Russell Taylor

Behind the Screen

by Kenneth Macgowan


Three Poets

Selected Poems

by Derek Walcott

O Taste and See

by Denise Levertov

Inventory

by Frank Lima


The Holy Devil

Rasputin and the Fall of the Romanovs

by Colin Wilson


The Congo

Political Awakening in the Belgian Congo

by René Lemarchand

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