Ah, Wilderness!

Americans’ captivation with wilderness springs from a deep source of anxiety and hope; an abiding belief in valuable myths of independence and personal enterprise that appear to survive in the frontier.

The Last Cowboy

by Jane Kramer

Coming into the Country

by John McPhee

Milton, Satan, and Subversion

Milton and the English Revolution

by Christopher Hill

Rough Passage

The Panama Canal: The Crisis in Historical Perspective

by Walter LaFeber

The Truth about the Panama Canal

by Denison Kitchel

Surrender in Panama: The Case Against the Treaty

by Philip M. Crane

The Delmore File

Delmore Schwartz: The Life of an American Poet

by James Atlas

In Dreams Begin Responsibilities and Other Stories

by Delmore Schwartz, foreword by Irving Howe, introduction by James Atlas

Wonderful Town!

The Ungovernable City

by Douglas Yates

Bum Rap on America's Cities: The Real Causes of Urban Decay

by Richard S. Morris

To the Sideshow

Animals and Men: Their Relationship as Reflected in Western Art from Prehistory to the Present Day

by Kenneth Clark

Freaks: Myths and Images of the Secret Self

by Leslie Fiedler

A Fiedler Reader

by Leslie Fiedler

Poet in the Wings

Houseboat Days

by John Ashbery

Should the Poor Organize?

Poor People's Movements: Why They Succeed, How They Fail

by Frances Fox Piven and Richard A. Cloward

Hello to All That

Julian Grenfell: His Life and the Times of His Death 1888-1915

by Nicholas Mosley

The Cousins: The Friendships, Opinions and Activities of Wilfrid Scawen Blunt and George Wyndham

by Max Egremont

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