Hell on Earth

The First Circle

by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, translated by Thomas P. Whitney

The Cancer Ward David Burg, will be published by Farrar, Straus & Giroux in February)

by Aleksandr I. Solzhenitsyn, translated by Rebecca Frank

The Black Arts

Rebellion or Revolution?

by Harold Cruse

Black Fire

edited by LeRoi Jones, edited by Larry Neal

Tell Me How Long the Train's Been Gone

by James Baldwin

Soul on Ice

by Eldridge Cleaver

Daumier’s Human Comedy

Honoré Daumier: Catalogue Raisonné of the Paintings, Water Colors and Drawings

by K.E. Maison

Luxury Trade

A History of Warfare

by Field-Marshal Viscount Montgomery of Alamein

Waterloo: Day of Battle

by David Howarth

The War to End All Wars: The American Military Experience in World War I

by Edward M. Coffman

President Wilson Fights His War: World War I and the American Intervention

by Harvey A. DeWeerd

The Ordeal of Total War 1939-1945

by Gordon Wright

The German Officer Corps, 1890-1914

by Martin Kitchen

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Please Pass the Parmesan

Italian Food

by Elizabeth David

Great Italian Cooking

by Luigi Carnacina, translated and edited by Michael Sanino

The Complete Book of Pasta

by Jack Denton Scott, photographs by Samuel Chamberlain, drawings by Melvin Klapholz

Coleridge Lives!


by Walter Jackson Bate

Allá vá! Ra! Ra! Ra!


by James Michener

Spanish Scene

by Chandler Brossard


by Brian Crozier


by George Hills

Extreme Instances

Spark is the great example of the novelist as ferret, and yet what her novels most deplore is the ferret

The Public Image

by Muriel Spark

Collected Stories: 1

by Muriel Spark

Hitler’s Welfare State

Hitler's Social Revolution: Class and Status in Nazi Germany 1933-1939

by David Schoenbaum

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