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Che: A Revolutionary Life (2018) is the graphic form of the book with a similar title also written by Jon Lee Anderson, published in 1997.

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“Rosetsu: Ferocious Brush will continue to promote this masterfully exciting artist to a much broader audience and help narrow the perception gap between Eastern a

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“an exquisite book about a poignantly wretched little girl and everything she represented.”   

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Art and Arcana offers glorious illustrations, fascinating backstories, and the occasional painful misstep of a franchise entering its 40th year.”

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“Stunning photographs . . . fascinating information . . .”

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“To spend hours in this writer’s company as he records the days and years is to have an instructive and unfailingly urbane companion.”

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“The people and events that are documented by McDarrah are legendary and huge, and taken together as a body of work create an extraordinary visual record of this vital moment in New York an

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“Soldier, Priest, and God uses the latest archaeological findings from the Near East and India in order to reexamine what role religion played in Alexander’s massi

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Peter Frankopan is professor of global history at the University of Oxford. Steeped in knowledge of the world’s past he has written this book for his four children.

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“Harryhausen: The Movie Posters is infotainment in the best sense of the word.

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“Capitalism in America is an unabashed, detailed defense of capitalism.”

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“This is a treasure of a book from both the visual standpoint and the informational since the images are skillfully and comprehensibly described and given context.”

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“this is a book that has much to commend it and little to criticize. It is built on meticulous research and a strong overall conception of the significance of the subject.”

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“Struttin' with Some Barbecue provides an important introduction to a musical figure most people won't have heard of, along with the story of her better-known part

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“Every Krauthammer column is a joy to read—whether you agree or disagree with his particular position on a specific political issue or personality—because he combined graceful writing, comp

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“World War I was fought by young men who were often tired, hungry, and scared but showed tremendous acts of bravery and sacrifice. They deserve to be remembered.”

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“the writing soars. Stoner redux is a dream come true for those who dream of immortality; the afterlife of the novel beggars its beginning.”

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Read this book and you will be more thankful and even proud to be part of the human race from which this woman (and her husband) emerged.

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“Dimensionism: Modern Art in the Age of Einstein documents the expansive influence of modern scientific discovery on art and art theory . . .”

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“As a biography of Lange’s ‘visual life,’ her aesthetics, and her activism, this book lives up to Lange’s own belief that ‘Beauty is a byproduct.

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“politics on the level of the librarian, the parent, and the teacher.

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“All That Heaven Allows is a rich and complex story of Hollywood’s biggest star in its most golden age.”

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John Strausbaugh likes to tell big stories about New York—and he tells them very well.

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“Hurry Down Sunshine . . . stands the test of time. Michael Greenberg’s intense and probing mind offers a singular perspective on a universal experience.

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