Essays, Criticism, Memoirs

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WILD GEESE: A COLLECTION OF NAN SHEPHERD'S WRITING

Written by Shepherd, Nan
It will come as a very pleasant surprise to Nan Shepherd's growing following that there is a body of her work which has never been published in book form, and indeed will be entirely unknown outside a very small circle. The editor of this volume, Charlotte Peacock, found many of these gems when researching for the Nan Shepherd biography Into the Mountain, published by Galileo in 2017.
April 15, 2020 | Paperback | Galileo Publishers |
$14.95
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CARRIER BAG THEORY OF FICTION

Written by Le Guin, Ursula K
In The Carrier Bag Theory of Fiction, visionary author Ursula K. Le Guin retells the story of human origin by redefining technology as a cultural carrier bag rather than a weapon of domination.
February 3, 2020 | Paperback | Ignota Books |
$6.99
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DAD'S MAYBE BOOK

Written by O'Brien, Tim
Best-selling author Tim O'Brien shares wisdom from a life in letters, lessons learned in wartime, and the challenges, humor, and rewards of raising two sons."We are all writing our maybe books full of maybe tomorrows, and each maybe tomorrow brings another maybe tomorrow, and then another, until the last line of the last page receives its period."
May 12, 2020 | Paperback | Mariner Books | 400 Pages |
$16.99
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FINAL DRAFT: THE COLLECTED WORK OF DAVID CARR

Written by Carr, David
A career-spanning selection of the legendary reporter David Carr's writing for the New York Times, Washington City Paper, New York Magazine, the Atlantic, and more.
April 7, 2020 | Hardcover | Houghton Mifflin | 400 Pages |
$28.00
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EYE YOU SEE WITH: SELECTED NONFICTION

Written by Stone, Robert
The definitive collection of nonfiction--from war reporting to literary criticism to the sharpest political writing--from the "legend of American letters" (Vanity Fair)
March 3, 2020 | Hardcover | Houghton Mifflin | 384 Pages |
$27.00
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I NEVER LEFT HOME: POET, FEMINIST, REVOLUTIONARY

Written by Randall, Margaret
In 1969, poet and revolutionary Margaret Randall was forced underground when the Mexican government cracked down on all those who took part in the 1968 student movement. Needing to leave the country, she sent her four young children alone to Cuba while she scrambled to find safe passage out of Mexico.
March 13, 2020 | Hardcover | Duke University Press | 336 Pages |
$29.95
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MADWOMAN IN THE ATTIC: THE WOMAN WRITER AND THE NINETEENTH-CENTURY LITERARY IMAGINATION

Written by Gubar, Susan
Called "a feminist classic" by Judith Shulevitz in the New York Times Book Review, this pathbreaking book of literary criticism is now reissued with a new introduction by Lisa Appignanesi that speaks to how The Madwoman in the Attic set the groundwork for subsequent generations of scholars writing about women writers, and why the book still feels fresh some four decades later.
March 17, 2020 | Paperback | Yale University Press | 744 Pages |
$20.00
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DOSTOYEVSKY READS HEGEL IN SIBERIA AND BURSTS INTO TEARS

Written by Foldenyi, Laszlo F
An exemplary collection of work from one of the world's leading scholars of intellectual history
February 18, 2020 | Hardcover | Yale University Press | 304 Pages |
$26.00
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WHY WRITING MATTERS

Written by Delbanco, Nicholas
Drawing lessons from writers of all ages and writing across genres, a distinguished teacher and writer reveals the enduring importance of writing for our time
March 17, 2020 | Hardcover | Yale University Press | 296 Pages |
$26.00
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UNDER THE RED WHITE AND BLUE: PATRIOTISM, DISENCHANTMENT AND THE STUBBORN MYTH OF THE GREAT GATSBY

Written by Marcus, Greil
A deep dive into how F. Scott Fitzgerald's vision of the American Dream has been understood, portrayed, distorted, misused, and kept alive
May 19, 2020 | Hardcover | Yale University Press | 176 Pages |
$26.00

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