In the Mouse Trap

The Art of Walt Disney

by Christopher Finch

An Un-American Politician?

Jefferson the President: Second Term, 1805-1809

(Volume Five of "Jefferson and His Time") Dumas Malone

Dazzling and Dizzying

Children of the Mire: Modern Poetry from Romanticism to the Avant-Garde

by Octavio Paz

Conjunctions and Disjunctions

by Octavio Paz, translated by Helen R. Lane

The Bow and the Lyre

by Octavio Paz, translated by Ruth L.C. Simms

Early Poems 1935-1955

by Octavio Paz, translated by Muriel Rukeyser. others

The Politics of Food

UN General Assembly: Study of the Problems of Raw Materials and Development: Note by the Secretary General

UN Conference on Trade and Development: Problems of Raw Materials and Development: Note by the Secretary General of UNCTAD

What Hath Hoova Wrought?

Uri: A Journal of the Mystery of Uri Geller

by Andrija Puharich

Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife

by John G. Fuller

Where We Started

The Shape of European History

by William H. McNeill

Venice: The Hinge of Europe, 1081-1797

by William H. McNeill

Venice, a Maritime Republic

by Frederic C. Lane

Florence in the Forgotten Centuries, 1527-1800

by Eric Cochrane

A Great Soviet Psychologist

The Working Brain: An Introduction to Neuropsychology

by A.R. Luria, translated by Basil Haigh

The Man with a Shattered World: The History of a Brain Wound

by A.R. Luria, translated by Lynn Solotaroff

The Nature of Human Conflicts: or Emotion, Conflict and Will

by A.R. Luria, translated by W. Horsley Gantt

Soviet Psychology: Philosophical, Theoretical, and Experimental Issues

by Levy Rahmani

A Novelist Worth Knowing

Harriet Said

by Beryl Bainbridge

A Weekend with Claud

by Beryl Bainbridge

Another Part of the Wood

by Beryl Bainbridge

The Dressmaker

by Beryl Bainbridge

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