An alpine journey of "howling blizzards" and awesome views, from the author of The Steady Running of the Hour.
This is not a biography of Leonard Cohen: it's a spiritual odyssey.
The tumultuous history of France and its Arabs in the wake of the Algerian War.
Thinking outside the box of twentieth-century office life.
Uncoiling a Booker Prize winner's tightly wound collection of short -- at times very short -- stories.
Why was Shirley Temple one of the most iconic figures of 1930s America?
A comedy of Russian art and politics finds a frustrated writer being torn apart at the seams.
Life under the expanding watch -- and lucrative industry -- of Homeland Security.
On the seventy-fifth anniversary of John Steinbeck's The Grapes of Wrath, a celebration of the author's revolutionary belief in familial loyalty and America's disenfranchised poor.
A guided tour through Nazi concentration camps makes for a haunting end to the life and career of a twentieth-century master.
A collection of short poems and photographs give lyrical voice to the citizens of Afghanistan's borderlands.
Bringing new life to the teen classics that made "YA" a literary genre.
Is Marxism the "spirit of the times" for our world economy?
Essays from the author of Austerlitz offer clues to the inner life of a beloved but often enigmatic writer.
A selection from the Pulitzer Prize finalist's new novella that will keep you awake tonight.
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