In Maine

There is about Maine a fascinating softness that seems to spread like a blanket over the hardness of rock and woods and icy turf. Not a tropical softness, but the odd snowy lassitude of isolation.

The Old Stone House

Upstate: Records and Recollections of Northern New York

by Edmund Wilson

Rowe’s Symbols

Nabokov's Deceptive World

by William Woodin Rowe

Non Credo

Mass September 8, 1971

by Leonard Bernstein



by Henri Troyat, translated by Nancy Amphoux

Pushkin on Literature

translated and edited by Tatiana Wolff

Pushkin: A Comparative Commentary

by John Bayley

A State of Catastrophe

Political Change in California: Critical Elections and Social Movements, 1890-1966

by Michael Paul Rogin and John L. Shover

Reagan and Reality: The Two Californias

by Edmund G. (Pat) Brown

Ronnie and Jesse: A Political Odyssey

by Lou Cannon

The Destruction of California

by Raymond F. Dasmann

Anti-California: Report from Our First Parafascist State

by Kenneth Lamott

The Secret Boss of California

by Arthur H. Samish and Bob Thomas

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Backward History in a Backward Country

The Rise of the Romanovs

by Vasili Kliuchevsky, translated by Liliana Archibald

Russia in World History, Selected Essays

by M.N. Pokrovsky, translated by Roman Szporluk, translated by Mary Ann Szporluk

Russia in the Era of Peter the Great

by L. Jay Oliva

The Tsars: From Ivan the Terrible to Nicholas II, 1533-1917

by Ronald Hingley

The Tragic Dynasty: A History of the Romanovs

by John Bergamini

The Romanovs: Three Centuries of an Ill-Fated Dynasty

by E.M. Almedingen

Years of the Golden Cockerel: The Last Romanov Tsars, 1814-1917

by Sidney Harcave

The Cossacks

by Philip Longworth

Nicholas and Alexandra

by Robert K. Massie

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