A Hard Case

Diaries of Mario M. Cuomo: The Campaign for Governor

The Central Man

Lincoln: A Novel

by Gore Vidal

In Hell

An Interrupted Life: The Diaries of Etty Hillesum, 1941––1943

translated by Arno Pomerans, with an introduction by J.G. Gaarlandt

The Murders at Bullenhuser Damm: The SS Doctor and the Children

by Günther Schwarberg, translated by Erna Baber Rosenfeld and Alvin H. Rosenfeld

The End of the Tether

Intimate Memoirs, including Marie-Jo's Book

by Georges Simenon, translated by Harold J. Salemson


The Princess of Siberia: The Story of Maria Volkonsky and the Decembrist Exiles

by Christine Sutherland

The Catch in the Late Picasso

Picasso: The Last Years, 1963––1973

an exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum, sponsored by the Grey Art Gallery of New York University, January 23 to March 9, 1984

Picasso: The Last Years, 1963––1973

by Gert Schiff

Winter’s Tales

Him with His Foot in His Mouth and Other Stories

by Saul Bellow

Mastering the Signs

The Conquest of America: The Question of the Other

by Tzvetan Todorov, translated by Richard Howard

Religion and Empire: The Dynamics of Aztec and Inca Expansionism

by Geoffrey W. Conrad and Arthur A. Demarest

The Return of the Native

An American Procession

by Alfred Kazin

Portrait of a Genius as a Young Man

John Maynard Keynes: 'New Wisdom for a New Age'

by John Kenneth Galbraith and Roy Jenkins and Richard Wainwright, edited by Andrew Duff

John Maynard Keynes Vol. I: Hopes Betrayed, 1883–1920

by Robert Skidelsky

John Maynard Keynes: A Personal Biography of the Man Who Revolutionized Capitalism and the Way We Live

by Charles H. Hession

Lydia Lopokova

edited by Milo Keynes

Notes of a Friend and Brother

Henry James Letters Volume 4: 1895––1916

edited by Leon Edel

The Wealth of Nations

Economic Development: Theory, Policy, and International Relations

by Ian M.D. Little

Balanchine After Balanchine

“The dancers reveal, with a touch, or the denial of it, loneliness, frustration, fulfillment, the cost of experience—real truths about men and women in a world insistently ideal.”

Liebeslieder Walzer

choreography by George Balanchine. for the New York City Ballet, music by Johannes Brahms, staged by Karin von Aroldingen. at The New York State Theater

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