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The Assault

The Assault

It is the winter of 1945, the last dark days of World War II in occupied Holland. A Nazi collaborator, infamous for his cruelty, is assassinated as he rides home on his bicycle....

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Maus II: A Survivor's Tale

Maus II: A Survivor's Tale

The second installment of the Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic novel acclaimed as “the most affecting and successful narrative ever done about the Holocaust” (Wall Street Journal) and “the...

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The Ravishing of Lol Stein

The Ravishing of Lol Stein

The Ravishing of Lol Stein is a haunting early novel by the author of The Lover. Lol Stein is a beautiful young woman, securely married, settled in...

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This Long Pursuit

This Long Pursuit

From the award-winning author of The Age of Wonder and Falling Upwards, here is a luminous meditation on the art of biography that fuses the author’s own experiences...

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Voodoo in Haiti

Voodoo in Haiti

Voodoo in Haiti is a masterwork of observation and description by one of the most distinguished anthropologists of the twentieth century. Alfred Métraux (1902–1963)...

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Chicken with Plums

Chicken with Plums

“Chicken with Plums is a feast you’ll devour.”NewsweekAcclaimed graphic artist Marjane Satrapi brings what has become...

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NeuroLogic

NeuroLogic

A groundbreaking investigation of the brain’s hidden logic behind our strangest behaviors, and of how conscious and unconscious systems interact in order to create our experience and preserve...

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The Practice of Perfection

The Practice of Perfection

Robert Aiken, author of Encouraging Words and Taking the Path of Zen, is America’s most senior Zen Roshi. In this new book he presents the Ten Pãramitãs, of Transcendental...

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The Household Spirit

The Household Spirit

In this remarkable novel, Tod Wodicka, author of All Shall Be Well; and All Shall Be Well; and All Manner of Things Shall Be Well, has crafted a luminous story of a most curious friendship.  ...

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The Rope

The Rope

From the best-selling author of Republic of Fear, here is a gritty and unflinching novel about Iraqi failure in the wake of the 2003 American invasion, as seen through the eyes of a Shi‘ite...

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Turing's Cathedral

Turing's Cathedral

“It is possible to invent a single machine which can be used to compute any computable sequence,” twenty-four-year-old Alan Turing announced in 1936. In Turing’s Cathedral, George Dyson...

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My Brain is Hanging Upside Down

My Brain is Hanging Upside Down

One of the most promising young talents in cartooning makes his debut with a dazzling collection—part freakish dreamlife, part quirk-o-rama autobiography, all genius.Long a fixture in comics anthologies,...

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We Are the Stories We Tell

We Are the Stories We Tell

A collection of 26 of the finest stories by the finest women writers to come out of the U.S. and Canada in the past 50 years. Authors include Ann Beattie, Ann Tyler,...

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The Familiar, Volume 1

The Familiar, Volume 1

From the author of the international best seller House of Leaves and National Book Award–nominated Only Revolutions comes a monumental new novel as dazzling as it is...

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Last Look

Last Look

A true graphic milestone: the epic trilogy that began with X'ed Out, continued in The Hive, and concluded in Sugar Skull—now in one volume.The...

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My Cat Yugoslavia

My Cat Yugoslavia

A New York Times Book Review Staff Pick"A marvel, a remarkable achievement, and a world apart from anything you are likely to read this year." —Téa Obreht, The...

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A Death in Jerusalem

A Death in Jerusalem

On the evening of September 17, 1948, a car carrying Count Folke Bernadotte, the first United Nations–appointed mediator in the Middle East, traveled up a narrow Jerusalem street. As the car shifted gears for the climb toward...

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The Fifty Year Sword

The Fifty Year Sword

In this story set in East Texas, a local seamstress named Chintana finds herself responsible for five orphans who are not only captivated by a storyteller’s tale...

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In Lieu of Flowers

In Lieu of Flowers

“Grieving is as natural as breathing, for if we have lived and loved, surely we will grieve. . . .”Nancy Cobb meets death in the most vital of places–in...

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The Mural at the Waverly Inn

The Mural at the Waverly Inn

The Waverly Inn has been a landmark in New York’s Greenwich Village since the 1920’s. But since 2006, when Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter bought and refurbished the restaurant,...

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The Perils of Morning Coffee

The Perils of Morning Coffee

In this Isabel Dalhousie original short story, available exclusively in electronic format, our intrepid heroine—accused by a distraught wife of being the "other woman"—makes...

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There Your Heart Lies

There Your Heart Lies

From the award-winning novelist Mary Gordon, here is a book whose twentieth-century wisdom can help us understand the difficulties we face in the twenty-first: There Your Heart Lies...

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At the Bottom of Everything

At the Bottom of Everything

A stunning novel of friendship, guilt, and madness: two friends, torn apart by a terrible secret, and the dark adventure that neither of them could have ever conceived. It’s...

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Irish Folktales

Irish Folktales

Robust and funny, sorrowful and heroic, this collection of 125 lively tales tells the story of Ireland. Spanning the centuries from the first wars of the ancient Irish kings...

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