The New Politics: 1968 and After

The Radical Liberal: New Man in American Politics

by Arnold S. Kaufman, foreword by Hans J. Morgenthau

Toward a Democratic Left: A Radical Program for a New Majority

by Michael Harrington

A Strange Painter


Petit Palais, Paris. Oct. 27, 1967
January 29, 1968

"Ingres in Italia"

Villa Medici, Rome. February 26, 1968
April 28, 1968

Ingres Centennial: Drawings, Water-colors, and Oil Sketches from the American Collection, Fogg Art Museum

by Agnes Mongan and Dr. Hans Naef

Jean-Auguste-Dominique Ingres

by Robert Rosenblum

A Biographical and Critical Study

by Gaëtan Picon

Transformation in Late Eighteenth Century Art

by Robert Rosenblum

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Disease, Pain and Sacrifice

by David Bakan

Individuality in Pain and Suffering

by Asenath Petrie

Laughter in the Dark

Black Snow: A Theatrical Novel

by Mikhail Bulgakov, translated by Michael Glenny

The Heart of a Dog

by Mikhail Bulgakov, translated by Michael Glenny

The Heart of a Dog

by Mikhail Bulgakov, translated by Mirra Ginsburg

Violent Movies

In Cold Blood

directed by Richard Brooks, produced by Richard Brooks

Bonnie and Clyde

directed by Arthur Penn, produced by Warren Beatty

The Revolting Academy

Young Radicals: Notes on Committed Youth

by Kenneth Keniston

The Academic Revolution

by Christopher Jencks and David Riesman

Dumb Show

Twiggy and Justin

by Thomas Whiteside

Stale Incense


by Lawrence Durrell

Blessed McGill

by Edwin Shrake

Enigma Variations

Collected Poems 1915-1967

by Kenneth Burke

The Complete White Oxen

by Kenneth Burke

Language as Symbolic Action

by Kenneth Burke

Towards a Better Life (Second Edition)

by Kenneth Burke

Counterstatement (Second Edition)

by Kenneth Burke

The Philosophy of Literary Form

by Kenneth Burke

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