Literary Nonfiction

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Theo Pauline Nestor (How to Sleep Alone in a King-Size Bed) is an author, blogger, and writing instructor whose latest book reads like a journey outlining one writer’s struggle for her own

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“. . . an excellent anthology of witty prose, astute analysis, and frenzied rage.”

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“. . . one gorgeous book . . . like attending a museum exhibition in the comfort of one’s own home.”

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“. . . an informed, engaging, entertaining, exploration of how capitalism created and then destroyed the ‘middle state’ of society.”

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“Mr. Butler is to be applauded.”

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In the opening essay of Distant Reading, Franco Moretti advances the provocative question, “Would there be Shakespeare, had England not been an island?”

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“. . . a consideration of the medium and its place in popular culture.”

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“. . . [provides a] wealth of insights . . .”

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“. . . a book worth reading.”

The chapbook is an odd genre composed of small groupings of disparate pieces.

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“. . . breezily contemporary in feel, yet deeply lyrical in quality and effect.”

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“Mr. Bidart is the friend of narrative, and narrative is his ally.”

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“. . . an important contribution to Spanish-language poetry . . . a passionate joy to read.”

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With the publication of Supernatural, Richard Smoley extends his appeal and considerable expertise in in the areas of alternative, esoteric, and occult Western religion and philosophy to a

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“As a reference work that’s firmly rooted in and actively devoted to expressing the current state of academic scholarship about its area, The Encyclopedia of the Gothic [is] quite

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“. . . a complex and challenging journey, created through careful design to inveigle, involve and capture imaginations.”

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