An American Tragedy

Hour of Gold, Hour of Lead: Diaries and Letters of Anne Morrow Lindbergh, 1929-1932

by Anne Morrow Lindbergh

Ravaged by Common Sense

Benjamin Franklin: A Biography in His Own Words

edited by Thomas Fleming

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

edited by Leonard W. Labaree, edited by Ralph L. Ketcham, edited by Helen C. Boatfield, edited by Helene M. Fineman

Road to Revolution: Benjamin Franklin in England, 1765-1775

by Cecil B. Currey

Code 72
Ben Franklin: Patriot or Spy?

by Cecil B. Currey

The Papers of Benjamin Franklin

edited by Leonard W. Labaree, edited by William B. Willcox

Getting Used to Mugging


by Peter Maas

Robbery and the Criminal Justice System

by John E. Conklin

Darling, They’re Quoting Our Poem

The New Cambridge Bibliography of English Literature: Volume 4, 1900-1950

edited by I.R. Willison

The New Oxford Book of English Verse, 1250-1950

chosen and edited by Helen Gardner

The Oxford Book of Twentieth-Century English Verse

chosen by Philip Larkin

What’s Going On Upstairs?

Do You Hear Them?

by Nathalie Sarraute, translated by Maria Jolas

Up Against the Wall at Tsinghua U.

Hundred Day War: The Cultural Revolution at Tsinghua University

by William Hinton

Turning Point in China: An Essay on the Cultural Revolution

by William Hinton

Latins in Manhattan

The Eyes of the Interred

by Miguel Angel Asturias, translated by Gregory Rabassa

Triple Cross: Novellas

by Carlos Fuentes and José Donoso and Severo Sarduy, translated by Suzanne Jill Levine, translated by Hallie D. Taylor

Diary of the War of the Pig

by Adolfo Bioy Casares, translated by Gregory Woodruff, translated by Donald A. Yates

62: A Model Kit

by Julio Cortázar, translated by Gregory Rabassa

Counselor Ayres' Memorial

by Machado de Assis, translated by Helen Caldwell

The Vampire of Curitiba and Other Stories

by Dalton Trevisan, translated by Gregory Rabassa

Seven Voices: Seven Latin American Writers Talk to Rita Guibert

by Rita Guibert, translated by Frances Partridge

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