Art, Sex and Isherwood

Christopher and His Kind: 1929-1939

by Christopher Isherwood

Consistent Kissinger

The Arabs, Israelis, and Kissinger: A Secret History of American Diplomacy in the Middle East

by Edward R.F. Sheehan

Henry Kissinger: The Anguish of Power

by John G. Stoessinger

On Watch

by Elmo R. Zumwalt Jr.

Art for Christmas

Andrew Wyeth’s very titles—Groundhog Day, Hickory Smoked, Moose Horns, Logging Scoot—personify the American way of life, and the works themselves gladden hearts.

"Two Worlds of Andrew Wyeth: Kuerners and Olsons"

Metropolitan Museum of Art, November 1976-February 1977

Two Worlds of Andrew Wyeth: Kuerners and Olsons

Wyeth at Kuerners

by Betsy James Wyeth

Goodbye to All That

The Face of Battle

by John Keegan

On the Psychology of Military Incompetence

by Norman F. Dixon

The Social History of the Machine Gun

by John Ellis

The Not-So-Innocent Eye

Landscape into Art

by Kenneth Clark

Le Paysage français au XIX siècle, 1824-1874: L'École de la nature

by Pierre Miquel

Unhappy Dictators

The Autumn of the Patriarch

by Gabriel García Márquez, translated by Gregory Rabassa

Reasons of State

by Alejo Carpentier, translated by Frances Partridge

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