Fate & the Führer

Hitler, 1936-1945: Nemesis

by Ian Kershaw

The Third Reich: A New History

by Michael Burleigh

The Social History of the Third Reich, 1933-1945

by Pierre Ayçoberry, Translated from the French by Janet Lloyd

The Genius of Robert Walser

The Robber

by Robert Walser, Translated from the German and with an introduction by Susan Bernofsky

Jakob von Gunten

by Robert Walser, Translated from the German and with an introduction by Christopher Middleton

Dürer and Christ

Dürer's Passions September 9-December 3, 2000 by

an exhibition at the Fogg Art Museum, Cambridge, Massachusetts,, album of the exhibition, with a separately bound essay Jordan Kantor, foreword by Joseph Leo Koerner

The Interesting One

Robert Kennedy: His Life

by Evan Thomas

Fun With Freud

Freud’s Megalomania

by Israel Rosenfield

A Passage to Colombo

Anil's Ghost

by Michael Ondaatje

How Sick Is Modern Medicine?

The Rise and Fall of Modern Medicine

by James Le Fanu M.D.


Zane Grey: Romancing the West

by Stephen J. May

Maverick Heart: The Further Adventures of Zane Grey

by Stephen J. May

Sentenced to Reality

Open Closed Open

by Yehuda Amichai, Translated from the Hebrew by Chana Bloch and Chana Kronfeld

In the Primordial Soup

The Spark of Life: Darwin and the Primeval Soup

by Christopher Wills and Jeffrey Bada

Darwin's Ghost: The Origin of Species Updated

by Steve Jones

Did Roosevelt Know?

Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor

by Robert B. Stinnett

The Skeleton in the Closet

Slave Narratives

edited by William L. Andrews and Henry Louis Gates Jr.

Born in Bondage: Growing Up Enslaved in the Antebellum South

by Marie Jenkins Schwartz

Soul by Soul: Life Inside the Antebellum Slave Market

by Walter Johnson

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