The Salman Rushdie Case

On ‘Joseph Anton: A Memoir’

Joseph Anton: A Memoir

by Salman Rushdie

The Triumph of Bronze


an exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, September 15–December 9, 2012

The Loves of Saul Steinberg

Saul Steinberg: A Biography

by Deirdre Bair

From Olivier to an Italian Prison

Richard III

a film directed by Laurence Olivier

Caesar Must Die

a film directed by Paolo and Vittorio Taviani

The New Chinese Gang of Seven

The Rise and Fall of the House of Bo: How a Murder Exposed the Cracks in China’s Leadership

by John Garnaut

Was the Big Revolution in 1775?

1775: A Good Year for Revolution

by Kevin Phillips

The Quest for the Girl from Bendigo Street

The imaginary world of Gerald Murnane

Barley Patch

by Gerald Murnane


by Gerald Murnane

Hitler’s Logical Holocaust

Nazi Germany was a special kind of state, determined not to monopolize but to mobilize violence

The Final Solution: A Genocide

by Donald Bloxham

Deutsche Besatzungspolitik in Litauen 1941–1944 [German Occupation Policies in Lithuania, 1941–1944]

by Christoph Dieckmann

Jest taki piękny, słoneczny dzień: Losy Żydów szukających ratunku na wsi polskiej 1942–1945 [It Is Such a Beautiful, Sunny Day...The Fate of Jews Seeking Rescue in the Polish Countryside 1942–1945]

by Barbara Engelking

Judenjagd: Polowanie na Żydów 1942–1945. Studium dziejów pewnego powiatu [Hunt for the Jews 1942–1945: A Study of the History of a Certain County]

by Jan Grabowski

Golden Harvest: Events at the Periphery of the Holocaust

by Jan Tomasz Gross with Irena Grudzińska Gross

Heydrich et la solution finale

by Édouard Husson

Juden in Krakau unter deutscher Besatzung 1939–1945 [Jews in Kraków under German Occupation 1939–1945]

by Andrea Löw and Markus Roth

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A Triumph of the Comic-Book Novel

“The smooth, geometric forms in Chris Ware’s comics are icons and symbols as much as pictures, ‘a sort of symbolic typography’ meant to be read and understood, ‘not scrutinized individually as one might carefully peruse a painting or a drawing.’”

Building Stories

by Chris Ware

Jimmy Corrigan: The Smartest Kid on Earth

by Chris Ware

The ACME Novelty Library #19

by Chris Ware

The ACME Novelty Library #20

by Chris Ware

The ACME Novelty Library Final Report to Shareholders and Saturday Afternoon Rainy Day Fun Book

by Chris Ware

Quimby the Mouse or, Comic Strips, 1990–1991

by Chris Ware

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The Risks of Being Christian

Sin: The Early History of an Idea

by Paula Fredriksen

Heaven’s Purge: Purgatory in Late Antiquity

by Isabel Moreira

The Magical Donkey

The Golden Ass

by Apuleius, translated from the Latin by Sarah Ruden

Which Banville Shall We Choose?

Ancient Light

by John Banville


by Benjamin Black

Congreve: The Most Elegant, Subtle Writer of His Time

The Works of William Congreve

edited by D.F. McKenzie, prepared for publication by C.Y. Ferdinand

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