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“Hats were to be kept on at lunch, but not worn in the evening. Nothing that sparkled before sunset. No white shoes after Labor Day.

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“Haynes is a perceptive writer, and you’ll likely find yourself agreeing with her interpretation of the Medusa myth.”

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“Rushdie’s Victory City is another fabulous novel set in his native India, even if it doesn’t reach the heights of Midnight’s Children.”

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“It’s unusual to find a crime page-turner that’s this compelling while also probing affection and loyalty, without gore or grotesque maneuvers.

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“the questions raised about the nature and value of criticism are worthwhile, [but] the heart of this memoir is the unusually powerful, fraught, and enduring father-daughter relationship.”

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engaging anyone who believes in the function and power of sports for both individuals and the societies they populate.”

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"A treasure of a collection, one to be savored. And one that should become an instant classic."

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“these vivid studies of famous personalities and their interaction do tell us in some cases more about them than we knew, and perhaps confirm that this struggling model of conventional marr

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“Gioia amuses with lyricism and whimsy in this entertaining collection.”

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“beautiful . . . contrasting images of stars and outer space.”

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No bureaucracy has been more affected by the rapid changes wrought by the rise and proliferation of the internet, social media, crowd sourcing, and information sharing than the intelligence communi

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solid, mostly engaging, offering an undeniable insight into the ongoing movement to return America to what the White Nationalist movement sees as its foundational principl

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