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“Robinson makes a strong case for the spiritual underpinnings of Jobs’s creation in a fascinating, hard-to-refute way.”

Steve Jobs, apostle.

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“. . . this writer constructs from his an entire mythological system.

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“On the plus side, the book offers a substantial history of fashion with insight into each designer’s body of work and design philosophy.

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Secular Government, Religious People provides an excellent overview of the church-state climate today and points to some practical and realistic solutions to the troubling issues

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“Assimilated Jews in the Warsaw Ghetto is an excellent analysis of assimilated groups of Polish Jews who were forced to live together in the Warsaw ghetto from 194

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This volume is a courageous contribution to a world view of poetry and to poetic possibility.”

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“The book is perhaps most compelling when the author tells of the blacklist, an American evil that she bore the full brunt of for her unwillingness to cooperate in the witch hunt. . . .

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“Guehenno’s diary is important because it bears witness to war.

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The Other Side is one woman's recounting of a traumatic incident filled with raw emotion and horror.

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“The sense of being pulled in two directions begets tension, alienation, and flecks of enlightenment . . .”

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“The text encourages the reader in critical thinking about the topics raised—whether they be thematic, case studies, theoretical, or simply thought experiments—a seemingly unwieldy amount o

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“What makes this book unique is the authors are chemists and provide experiments based on alchemy for readers to try.

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“On a scale of one to five stars, this book gets six stars. The precise detail throughout lets the reader experience the life of Dietrich Bonhoeffer, not just read about it.”

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“The poems in this selection written in Tuvia Ruebner’s ninth decade show no decline in the power and skill he demonstrated earlier. At 90 he is still writing . . .”

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“When asked why his story was important, Schaefer said, ‘Even people who are conservative were saying, ‘If he hadn’t done this for his son, I would not only think of him as a bad father, bu

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“There may be serious disagreement on how mental illness services should be organized and funded, but what’s now in place is insufficient at best.

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“Its presentation and content is superbly executed and gives the reader an unusually intimate view of this designer.

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“Finn and Couvee distill the dozens of intrigues and murky political aspects of this coda to Boris Pasternak’s life and legacy in a driving narrative of a major literary figure against the

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“As long as the two faces of the Republican Party continue to talk past each other, it would appear that the GOP in 2016 will have no such similar problem.”

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“As long as the two faces of the Republican Party continue to talk past each other, it would appear that the GOP in 2016 will have no such similar problem.”

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“. . . if you’re interested in understanding Beethoven’s music in depth, you’ll have to look elsewhere. Beethoven, warts and all, is what this book is all about.”

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“In sum, Radical Cities offers a rich buffet of inspiring sketches of imaginative approaches to improving quality of life in more livable settlements.

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“Corman has brilliantly captured how people spent their time, faced their challenges, and had some fun in the Bronx.”

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“Scott Eyman pulls off a nifty trick in his new biography John Wayne: The Life and Legend: He actually makes the Duke seem interesting. . . . downright fascinating.”

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“The level of violence mixed with personal intrigue strikes a great balance for readers who want a thrilling ride in the world of assassins . . .”

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