Updike le Noir

The Coup

by John Updike

Blue Chip Sublime

The Legacy of Mark Rothko

by Lee Seldes

Mark Rothko: 1903-1970, A Retrospective

by Diane Waldman

The Piaget Way

The Essential Piaget

edited by Howard E. Gruber, edited by J. Jacques Vonèche

The Origins of Intelligence in Children

by Jean Piaget, translated by Margaret Cook

The Construction of Reality in the Child

by Jean Piaget, translated by Margaret Cook

Play, Dreams and Imitation in Childhood

by Jean Piaget, translated by C. Gattegno and F.M. Hodgson

Behavior and Evolution

by Jean Piaget, translated by Donald Nicholson-Smith

Jean Piaget: The Man and His Ideas

by Richard I. Evans, translated by Eleanor Duckworth

Jean Piaget: Psychologist of the Real

by Brian Rotman

Children's Minds

by Margaret Donaldson

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Missing Connections

The Lover

by A.B. Yehoshua, translated by Philip Simpson

Angola: A Story of Stupidity

The Angolan Revolution Volume II: Exile Politics and Guerrilla Warfare (1962-1976)

by John A. Marcum

In Search of Enemies: A CIA Story

by John Stockwell

Yes, Santa, There Is a Virginia

The Diary of Virginia Woolf, Volume Two: 1920-1924

edited by Anne Olivier Bell, assisted by Andrew McNeillie

The Unknown Virginia Woolf

by Roger Poole

Woman of Letters: A Life of Virginia Woolf

by Phyllis Rose

Understanding the Economic Crisis

Beyond Boom and Crash

by Robert L. Heilbroner

The Christie Mystery

“Behind the middle-class English lady, remote and shy, whose perfectly appropriate occupation seemed to be the pouring of tea from a silver jug into thin china cups on a green lawn, was somebody else, somebody perhaps not so nice but more interesting. This other Agatha Christie knew a lot about poisons.”


by Kathleen Tynan

Ten Little Indians

by Agatha Christie

Destination Unknown

by Agatha Christie

The Mousetrap and Other Plays

by Agatha Christie

Death on the Nile

directed by John Guillermin

The Insulted and the Injured

César Vallejo: The Dialectics of Poetry and Silence

by Jean Franco

Poesía completa

by César Vallejo

Vertical Poetry

by Roberto Juarroz, translated by W. S. Merwin

"Harsh World" and Other Poems

by Angel González, translated by Donald D. Walsh


by Angel González

Swim or Sink

Other Shores

by Diana Nyad

In Sorrow’s Kitchen

“Hurston exhibited a strong inclination toward the iconoclastic, but the shifts in her opinions and the elusiveness of her personality sometimes make it hard to see her for what she was, a black woman ahead of her historical moment.”

Zora Neale Hurston: A Literary Biography

by Robert E. Hemenway

Mules and Men

by Zora Neale Hurston, preface by Franz Boas

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