A natural and domestic history of an author's love affair with a rugged corner of Wyoming.
A memoir of growing up in
gritty 1970s Manhattan, shadowed by the tragic tale of a musician's rise and
A memoir of the celebrated
author's explosive, enduring partnership with the Nobel Laureate.
A "Don't try this at
home" memoir from the man who wrote "Satisfaction" in his sleep.
The author of Smashed returns with a second memoir, a diary-like exploration of her angers and their repression.
Edmund de Waal traces his Jewish family—and their collection of Japanese netsuki—through 19th- and 20th-century European history.
The personal transformations that result from a reporter's years covering strife in the Middle East.
A single mother's affecting memoir of adoption, small town life, and constructing moments of order amid life's chaos.
The controversial journalist recalls his formative radicalism and illustrious friendships in an entertaining memoir.
A moving graphic memoir of a prominent Chinese family's perilous passage through 20th-century history.
Down and out on the Upper East Side.
The scion of a famous family delivers a surreal, scathing memoir.
The Kenyan novelist's autobiographical sketch is also the story of how the struggle for independence threatened to pull his people apart.
A family regroups, and grandparents must re-learn old roles, in Roger Rosenblatt’s touching memoir.
Jules Feiffer recollects his years as a young cartoonist, finding a voice in the pages of the Voice.
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