How Freedom Took Root in Slavery

American Slavery, American Freedom

by Edmund S. Morgan

Modern Architecture in Question

The Architecture of the Ecole des Beaux-Arts October 29, 1975-January 4, 1976

an exhibition presented at the Museum of Modern Art, New York.

Greatness and Melancholy

George Eliot: the Emergent Self

by Ruby V. Redinger

Young Thomas Hardy

by Robert Gittings

Playing with ‘The Magic Flute’

The Magic Flute

a film directed by Ingmar Bergman. with the Swedish Stage Broadcasting Network Symphony, conducted by Eric Ericson. Sung and spoken in Swedish, with English subtitles

A Preface To "The Magic Flute"

by E.M. Batley

"The Magic Flute," Masonic Opera

by Jacques Chailley, translated by Herbert Weinstock

Three Mozart Operas

by R.B. Moberly

Aeschylus Pinioned and Grabbed

Aeschylus: Suppliants

translated by Janet Lembke

Aeschylus: Seven Against Thebes

translated by Helen Bacon, translated by Anthony Hecht

Aeschylus: Prometheus Bound

translated by James Scully, translated by C. John Herington

School’s Out

Half the House

by Herbert Kohl

Being with Children

by Phillip Lopate

The Myth of the Hyperactive Child and other Means of Child Control

by Peter Schrag and Diane Divoky

Working Up Work

Work and Play: Ideas and Experience of Work and Leisure

by Alasdair Clayre

The Emotions of Family Life

The Wish to Be Free: Society, Psyche, and Value Change

by Fred Weinstein and Gerald M. Platt

Lost Allusions

The Realms of Gold

by Margaret Drabble


by Jerzy Kosinski

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