Nonfiction

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“In Full Flight succeeds as a fascinating character study, a deep ethical quandary, and an engrossing story.”

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Glitterati might be considered a photographic diary of the lensman Robert Rosen.

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“It is hard to imagine a reader who would not be inspired by the momentous life of Heda Margolius depicted in Hitler, Stalin and I.

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Our vision of the tumultuous history of Europe in the 15th and 16th centuries has become inseparable from the flourishing of Renaissance art, particularly the outpouring from such Italian masters a

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In Algorithms of Oppression, Safiya Umoja Noble clearly explains how search engines, used by billions daily, are not an innocent, neutral vehicle by which to search for information.

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In late August 1949, the Soviet Union detonated an atomic bomb in northeast Kazakhstan. In an instant, America’s nuclear monopoly was gone and a new element was added to the Cold War.

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“The only thing worse than reading this chilling book is not reading it and thereby failing to fully grasp the depth and degree of America’s descent into madness as it lurches chaotically t

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Gaza: An Inquest into its Martyrdom is an extraordinary book. It is also a difficult book to read.

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“This is not a must-read for those involved in the criminal justice system or those interested in criminal justice reform.

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It is a rare, if not an improbable occurrence, that a reader/reviewer/fashionphile can call a monograph such as Olivier Theyskens: She Walks in Beauty a haunting, moody, poetic, and yet wi

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Laura Wides-Muñoz’s book The Making of a Dream: How a Group of Young Undocumented Immigrants Helped Change What It Means to Be American is out just weeks before a reported 800,000 Dreamers

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We are soon going to have a clash between President Donald Trump and international law.

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This is not your usual or expected coffee table book focusing on a fine jewelry brand.

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This unique graphic novel deserves high praise for direction and purpose.

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This is a book that celebrates the art of branding, American cotton production, and good old American ingenuity and creativity.

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"Partner to Power, however, 'reminds us that some of the most powerful people working in the White House, indeed in the whole of government, are often the least kn

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Naomi Shihab Nye’s new collection of poetry offers inspiration and solace.

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On September 13, 1971, my Buffalo National Guard unit entered Attica State Prison where the prisoners had rioted and seized hostages.

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Margot Lee Shetterly uses the repeating phrase, “really good” throughout this true story of four women working for NASA in the 1940s and beyond.

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“Fashionphiles, Francophiles, and the historically inclined will fall in love with this lettre d'amour to the palace of Versailles and to the worl

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There are libraries filled with books that celebrate the glories of fashion, but there are scant few books that can sit beside Norell: Master of American Fashion.

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American Runway will disappoint many for a variety of reasons.

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This collection of short pieces by the British writer Martin Amis takes you into a wide range of his nonfiction work.

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Spectacular isn’t even close to a word that would properly or sufficiently describe the contents and execution of Resonances de Cartier. There has been a spate of books focusing on the leg

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While the subject matter couldn’t be more topical and of the moment, there are several components and aspects of the book that seem to have been left out or just overlooked.

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