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Longbourn

Longbourn

Pride and Prejudice was only half the story •   If Elizabeth Bennet had the washing of her own petticoats, Sarah often thought, she’d most likely be...

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Wagner Operas

Wagner Operas

The foremost authority on Wagner presents in this comprehensive volume all that the opera-goer, radio listener, music-love, and confirmed Wagnerite will wish to know about:      The Flying Dutchman   Tannhäuser   Lohengrin   Tristan...

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Icarus at the Edge of Time

Icarus at the Edge of Time

From one of America's leading physicists—a moving and visually stunning futuristic reimagining of the Icarus fable written for kids and those journeying with them toward a...

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Several Short Sentences About Writing

Several Short Sentences About Writing

Most of what you think you know about writing is useless. It’s the harmful debris of your education—a mixture of half-truths, myths, and false assumptions that prevents you...

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Long Man

Long Man

From the critically acclaimed author of Bloodroot, a gripping, wondrously evocative novel of a family in turmoil, set against the backdrop of real-life historical event—the story of...

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The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America

The Sibley Field Guide to Birds of Western North America

FlexiboundNow completely revised and updated--the indispensable resource for all birders seeking an authoritative guide to the birds of the West in a portable format they will want to carry into the field.  Compact...

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Powerful Medicines

Powerful Medicines

If you believe that the latest blockbuster medication is worth a premium price over your generic brand, or that doctors have access to all the information they need about a drug’s safety and effectiveness...

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Poems 4 A.M.

Poems 4 A.M.

In these poems, we come to know a different side of the acclaimed novelist Susan Minot. We find her awake in the middle of the night, contemplating love and heartbreak in...

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The Girl Who Played with Fire

The Girl Who Played with Fire

Mikael Blomkvist, crusading journalist and publisher of the magazine Millennium, has decided to run a story that will expose an extensive sex trafficking operation between Eastern Europe...

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The Complete Lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II

The Complete Lyrics of Oscar Hammerstein II

From every “beautiful mornin’” to “some enchanted evening,” the songs of Oscar Hammerstein II are part of our daily lives, his words part of our national fabric.Born into a theatrical dynasty headed by his grandfather and namesake, Oscar Hammerstein II...

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The Hollywood Studios

The Hollywood Studios

Hollywood in the years between 1929 and 1948 was a town of moviemaking empires. The great studios were estates of talent: sprawling, dense, diverse. It was the Golden...

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National Audubon Society Field Guide to Fossils

National Audubon Society Field Guide to Fossils

This, the first all-photographic field guide to cover fossils found throughout North America north of Mexico, includes nearly 500 full-color photographs identifying...

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Founding Gardeners

Founding Gardeners

From the author of the acclaimed The Brother Gardeners, a fascinating look at the founding fathers from the unique and intimate perspective of their lives as gardeners, plantsmen,...

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Trouble in Mind

Trouble in Mind

With Trouble in Mind, her long-awaited third collection, Lucie Brock-Broido has written her most exceptional poems to date. There is a new clarity to her work, a disquieting transparency, even in the midst...

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In Praise of the Unfinished

In Praise of the Unfinished

Hailed by Czeslaw Milosz as “the grande dame of Polish poetry” and named “one of the foremost Polish poets of the twentieth century” by Ryszard Kapuscinski, Julia Hartwig has long been considered the gold...

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In the Salt Marsh

In the Salt Marsh

In this strong, appealing collection, Nancy Willard shares her passion for observing the mysteries of the natural world, particularly the flora and fauna of Cape Cod and the Hudson Valley, where many...

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Baseball

Baseball

The companion volume to Ken Burns’s magnificent PBS television series—updated and expanded to coincide with the broadcast of a new, two-part Tenth Inning, directed with Lynn Novick.The authors of the acclaimed and best-selling...

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On Truth

On Truth

Having outlined a theory of bullshit and falsehood, Harry G. Frankfurt turns to what lies beyond them: the truth, a concept not as obvious as some might expect.Our culture's...

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Your Baby and Child

Your Baby and Child

This newest edition of Penelope Leach’s much-loved, trusted, and comprehensive classic—an international best seller for twenty-five years, with nearly two million copies sold...

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The Letter Writer

The Letter Writer

The first thing Woodrow Cain sees when he steps off the train in New York City on February 9, 1942, is smoke from an ocean liner in flames in the harbor. It’s the Normandie,...

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The Hopefuls

The Hopefuls

A brilliantly funny novel about ambition and marriage from the best-selling author of Girls in White Dresses, The Hopefuls tells the story of a young...

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Of Time and Place

Of Time and Place

Of Time and Place is a legacy from one of the best-loved woodsman writers of our time. To the outdoorsmen who often canoed and portaged with him through the northern Lake country,...

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Lost Recipes

Lost Recipes

From:Marion CunninghamTo:The American home cookSubject (URGENT):The family tableWe need to lure our families, friends, and neighbors back to the table, to sit down and eat together. It is important...

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The End of Desire

The End of Desire

Jill Bialosky's first collection of poems is an exceptional one--moving, very accomplished, marked by an unflinching realism and a sharply observant eye combined with great technical...

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