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“That, indeed, would likely be the best use of Nine Algorithms that Changed the Future: as an adjunct text in a freshman computer science course.

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“Conversations with Opa is not a lengthy tome, but its contents cover the origins of life evolving from one-celled animals and four billion years of evolution, progressing to the f

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“What Tutu: Authorized reveals, in meticulous and articulate detail, is the little man’s fearless and unflagging determination and his crucial role in the fight against one of the

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“In its entirety Paris vs. New York is a book that encourages playfulness.

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“A Convenient Hatred is a profoundly authoritative resource for educators.

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“Brian Kellow delivers. . . . the filmic rise and fall of a woman of true brilliance, huge ego, and no small amount of neuroses.”

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“Fourteen of the twenty people involved in these experiential accounts of WWI were in their twenties when the war broke out.

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“This selection of Patchen’s best by one of his intimates is clearly a gift and tribute to the man and his work, . . . Kenneth Patchen may be experiencing a real revival in his 100th year.

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“. . . if there’s anything that Autobiography of a Fashion Designer: Ralph Rucci proves, it is that Mr. Rucci should never cease designing, creating—journeying.”

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“Supported and illuminated by a series of powerful graphic displays of key changes and realigned relationships, Race Against the Machine is simultaneously sophisticated, yet access

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“Daphne Guinness is a book for those who believe in free spirits and for those who can see past celebrity.

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“Many will disagree with Michael O’Hanlon on essential points. But the level of debate is what counts so that our armed forces are supported by intelligent strategic decisions.

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“In addition to interviewing olive growers, harvesters, and processors, Mr.

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“Understanding Autism offers an extremely useful overview of many of the issues currently being explored today in connection with autism. . . .

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“Alan Moore: Conversations is undoubtedly a definitive, scholarly collection for Mr. Moore’s fans, but as the book’s editor Eric Berlatsky points out: ‘. . .

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“Colonel Russell’s cleanly constructed narrative is so exact—down to names, places, dates, and events— that it must have come directly from his unit’s combat journals and personnel rosters,

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“Safe to say that of all the loves of her life, men’s hats tend to rise to the top of Ms.

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“In so many other places in Look, I Made a Hat, as here, Stephen Sondheim has tales to tell, names to drop and wonderful, rich, savory mincemeat to make of others, all in his own i

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“It’s hard to see how any reader interested in best business practices would not be inspired in some way by Infinite Vision: How Aravind Became the World’s Greatest Business Case for Co

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“There are so many head-scratching errors in the quantities, oven temperatures, and cooking times that you have to wonder if the book was proofed or the recipes tested before it went to pri

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