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Visions in Stone

Visions in Stone

The Sculpture of William Edmondson
Handicap

Handicap

A Study of Physically Handicapped Children and Their Families
Windows and Stones

Windows and Stones

Selected Poems

An International Poetry Forum Selection, translated from the Swedish by May Swenson with Leif Sjoberg.

Tomas Transtromer 2011 Nobel Laureate in Literature

“Tomas Transtromer, who is today one of Sweden’s most distinguished poets . . . can compare Lake Malar at dawn with a blue lamp, the islands creeping over the grass like nocturnal butterflies.”—New York Times

An Ill-Fated People

An Ill-Fated People

Zimbabwe Before and After Rhodes
The Exposure of Luxury

The Exposure of Luxury

Radical Themes in Thackeray
Cuba, Castro, and the United States

Cuba, Castro, and the United States

A compelling portrayal of U.S.-Cuban relations during the Batista and Castro regimes, and the major events leading to the cessation of diplomatic ties between the nations, as told by former Ambassador to Cuba, Philip W. Bonsal.Bonsal also offers insights into future relations between the two countries.

The Tattooed Desert

The Tattooed Desert

In this collection, Shelton’s first, he moves backward and forward through time but always in the same landscape, the desert-mountains of southern Arizona, which foster his surrealistic view of his interior conflict. He is followed by peculiarly insistent voices from the past.

The Origins of Franco’s Spain

The Origins of Franco’s Spain

The Right, the Republic and Revolution, 1931-1936

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