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Conservatives in both the two major United States political parties can relax about Bernie Sanders’ new book.

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“Sooner or later, we have to venture beyond our biological family to find our logical one, the one that actually makes sense for us.

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While the name might not be the first one that comes to mind when speaking of the greatest 20th century photographers, Sheila Metzner is unequivocally one of the greatest artists to ever wield a ca

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“the work weeps melancholy and sadness as one would expect from someone who so clearly loves his country.”

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“David Tanis Market Cooking is the kind of go-to cookbook that would be welcome in anyone’s kitchen.”

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“Peppers of the Americas is both a stunning visual guide to the world of peppers and a definitive compendium . . .”

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As much memoir as about clinical medicine, Slow Medicine offers readers the sequel to her nonfiction masterpiece, God's Hotel (2012).

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Casa Planeta is a large and old Sicilian wine company, producers of renowned and award-winning wines and olive oils, celebrated in this book by Elisia Menduni, where a collection of culinary tradit

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One of the most difficult tasks for any writer is to convey emotions to the reader as well as to elicit an emotional response from the reader.

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Andrew Bolton of the Metropolitan Museum of Art authored the foreword and Lou Stoppard assembled Fashion Together and conducted the interviews.

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It is possible that there is an audience of readers for Paris: Through a Fashion Eye but they would have to be rather or hugely uninformed with no Internet access or maybe some starry eyed

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"In The Lost Founding Father Cooper speaks to our times on national best interest in opposition to partisan politics."

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“a tantalizing look into how Austen’s classic works were shaped by her close relationship with her brother, as well as the financial scandals and disasters of the Regency era.”

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“Tighten your belt, gird your loins, read this book, and have the guts to see beyond our own delusions.

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Oriana Fallaci was the legendary Italian journalist known for her confrontational interviewing tactics that came to be known as ‘La Fallaci’ style.

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does an excellent job of placing World War II in the historical context of global conflict . . .”

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“Ted Stewart has his own set of religious and societal values, and he explains them well as part of his tirade against the current Supreme Court.

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Behave: The Biology of Humans at Our Best and Worst by neuroendocrinologist Dr. Robert M. Sapolsky is a really long book at 800 pages.

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“fully justifie[s] the remark of General Alan Brooke that Britain should ‘thank God . . . that occasionally such supermen exist on this earth.’”

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4th Rock from the Sun provides the current view of what we do and do not know about the planet Mars.

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“Beautiful Berlin Boys by Ashkan Sahihi resounds as an affirmation of the beauty and individuality of the gay man.”

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David Foster Wallace, a competitive tennis player in his youth, once wrote that “Top athletes are compelling because they embody the comparison-based achievement we Americans revere—fastest

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“The agenda of many combat photographers is either ideological—an attempt to save the world by bringing to light the suffering of war’s victims—or aesthetic—getting that perfect combination of comp

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In September 1983, an intellectually disabled African American teenage boy named Henry McCollum confessed to the brutal rape and murder of an 11-year-old girl.

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Some will say who? Some will say why?

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