On Sylvia Plath

The Bell Jar

by Sylvia Plath

Crossing the Water (to be published September 8)

by Sylvia Plath

The Myth that Things Are Getting Better

Rich Man, Poor Man

by Herman P. Miller

Income Redistribution and the Welfare State

by Adrian L. Webb and Jack E.B. Sieve

Hello Out There

U.S. Journal

by Calvin Trillin

Listening to America

by Bill Moyers

Our Own Herrenvolk

The Black Image in the White Mind: The Debate on Afro-American Character and Destiny, 1817-1914

by George M. Fredrickson

In Red and Black: Marxian Explorations in Southern and Afro-American History

by Eugene D. Genovese

In Johnson’s Bear Hug

Boswell in Extremes, 1776-1778 Editions, McGraw-Hill

edited by Charles McC. Weis, edited by Frederick A. Pottle

The Correspondence and Other Papers of James Boswell Relating to the Making of the Life of Johnson, Vol. 2 Editions, McGraw-Hill

edited by Marshall Waingrow

Samuel Johnson and the Life of Writing

by Paul Fussell

The Conversations of Dr. Johnson

edited by Raymond Postgate

A Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland (Collected Works, Vol. IX)

by Samuel Johnson, edited by Mary Lascelles

Life of Savage

by Samuel Johnson, edited by Clarence Tracy

The History of Rasselas

by Samuel Johnson, edited by Geoffrey Tillotson, edited by Brian Jenkins

The Rambler (Collected Works, Vols. III, IV, V)

by Samuel Johnson, edited by W.J. Bate, edited by Albrecht B. Strauss

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Good-by Man

The Order of Things: An Archeology of the Human Sciences (A translation of Les Mots et les choses)

by Michel Foucault

The Power of Positive Trotskyism

Standing Fast

by Harvey Swados

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