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Not Her Real Name : And Other Stories

by Emily Perkins 

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Sex and Sunsets

by Tim Sandlin 

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Great Books : My Adventures With Homer, Rousseau, Woolf, and Other Indestructible Writers of the Western World

by David Denby 

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David Denby, New York city movie critic and journalist, entered Columbia University in 1991 to take the university's famous course in "Great Books." This is the course that, in preserving the notion of the western canon without apology to multiculturalists and feminists, has been an unlikely focus of America's culture war in recent years. Where other universities have caved in and revised or enlarged the canon, Columbia's course has remained intact. Denby's intention as a writer and protagonist in the culture war was to record the experience and the personal impact of the course. He has produced a cry from the heart in favor of the classics of western civilization, relaying with infectious enthusiasm how literature touched his soul. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 The New York Times Book Review, Joyce Carol Oates: 
a lively adventure of the mind ... the tone of the prose, sounded like a brass fanfare at the outset, is one of unqualified enthusiasm: energy, vigor, intellectual curiosity and what might be called an ecstasy of imaginative projection. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 Salon, Stephanie Zacharek: 
Denby's reasoning is solid, and the delight he takes in these books often charming. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 


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A Sea of Words : A Lexicon and Companion for Patrick O'Brian's Seafaring Tales

by Dean King, John B. Hattendorf, J. Worth Estes 

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Acid Plaid : New Scottish Writing

by Harry Ritchie (Editor) 

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From Kirkus Reviews, 08/15/97: 
No fewer than 24 contemporary Scottish writers are represented in this vivid, all-encompassing anthology, poets and essayists included, though most are fiction writers. Familiar names--such as Trainspotting's Irvine Welsh, The New Confession's William Boyd, and Morvern Callar's Alan Warner--mingle with others who deserve to be better known in the US, among them Janice Galloway and A.L. Kennedy, both prize-winning novelists whose stories dispel any misperception here of the current surge in Scottish literature as a predominantly male phenomenon. From Welsh's view in the vernacular of a soccer enthusiast, whose plans for watching the weekend match on TV are modified somewhat when his wife's legs are removed by a high-speed train as they cross the tracks while hurrying home from the pub (``A Fault on the Line'') to Kennedy's New York story of a young woman whose desert dreams and violent fantasies have no room in the ``perfect'' relationship she's enmeshed in (``Rockaway and the Draw''), these are often tales of savagery, whether accidental or suppressed, blackly humorous or between-the-eyes serious. The trademark images of punks and ravers made popular by the Scottish Beats are here as well. But as the anthology makes abundantly clear, these writers claiming Scottish kinship are onto something more universal, poking into the basics of the human condition in a way that makes for uncommonly good reading. A memorable collection, with a crisply contextual introduction by Ritchie. -- Copyright ©1997, Kirkus Associates, LP. All rights reserved. 


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Heat Wave : A Novel

by Penelope Lively 

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The weather is blistering but the emotions are chilly in this intimate, elegant novel set in the British countryside during a summer of record heat. A mother is watching the end of her daughter's marriage while confronting her own simmering anger over the infidelity of her own departed husband, years before. Penelope Lively's intense but muted style mirrors the detached anguish of her characters, who are groping toward their true feelings. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 The New Yorker: 
Wisdom tends to substitute for drama here, yet you don't want to part company with these characters, who, time and again, elicit a sensation of intense familiarity. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 


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Strange Traffic : Stories

by Irene Dische 

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Father and Son : A Novel

by Larry Brown 

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Larry Brown is the master of the raw and the sparse and of bringing Mississippi to the world in a language that is as stripped down and bare as Faulkner's is dense. Brown is at his best when he writes of the tensions between one screwed-up man and another, in this case a father and son. One has just been let out of prison, and he shouldn't have been. The other is drunk and disabled and intends on staying that way. To make things worse, there is a conflict with the sheriff, who is good and righteous but who tried to put the moves on the parolee's woman while he was in prison. To tell more would be to violate Brown's mastery of dialogue and of that which goes unspoken in this sly story of father, son, and misery. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 Literary Fiction Editor's Recommended Book, 02/01/97: 
Larry Brown, a former Oxford, Mississippi, firefighter, has been steadily gaining fans since his short stories were first published in The Mississippi Review and other literary magazines. In Brown's newest novel, an ex-con returns to the small Mississippi town where his family still lives. Glen Davis is, as they say, a bad guy. After years of stewing in old grudges, he starts into murdering and raping to settle the scores. Meanwhile, good-guy town sheriff Bobby Blanchard (who, in the superb entanglements made extra-possible by small towns, is Davis's half-brother and in love with Davis's ex-girlfriend) is forced to deal with Davis. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 Thrillers Editor's Recommended Book, 11/01/96: 
Brown was a firefighter in Oxford, Mississippi, for 17 years, and as he proved in his two previous novels (Dirty Work, Joe) he writes powerfully about small town people whose lives are in danger. Father and Son is his best work so far -- a heart-stopping psychological thriller about how easily love and hate can grow in the same garden. When Glen Evans gets out of prison in 1968, having served three years for killing a boy while driving drunk, almost the first thing he thinks about doing is blowing his father Virgil's head off. The threat of sudden death hangs over the rest of the book, but there's also a strong sense of hope and a surprising amount of sympathy for the twisted soul of Glen -- one of the more memorable characters in recent fiction. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 The New York Times Book Review, Anthony Quinn: 
Father and Son is about the violence in men's hearts and the accidents of birth that may have hatched it there. For the most part it is an engrossing tale, and nicely detailed: the torpid rhythms of life in the small-town South are wonderfully caught. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 


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Granta 59

by Ian Jack (Editor) 

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Shooting Elvis

by Robert M. Eversz 

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Boston Globe, May 7, 1996: 
Whip smart... Best described as punk noir, it takes the sardonic bite of Raymond Chandler and sets it to the mosh-pit madness of Green Day. An exciting and daringly original book. --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title. 

 The Independent, June 27, 1996: 
An often funny, often violent, ripping roller-coaster ride laced with black humor, acid wit, and dead-on observations about life, fame and fortune in the late 1990s. --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title. 

 The Daily Telegraph, March 16, 1996: 
Eversz's novel reads like The Catcher in the Rye with high explosives. --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title. 

 New City Lit, June 13, 1996: 
Eversz, a master of plot and one-liners, has turned the old Raymond Chandler tradition on its ear with his terrifically resourceful heroine. He is also a devastatingly funny social critic. --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title. 

 Booklist, April 1996: 
A stylish, hilariously cynical, high-action, pop-noir thriller... It's not often you find a novel that combines good old hard-boiled smart talk with feisty feminism, punk fashion and references to Marcel Duchamp and Andy Warhol. What a blast. --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title. 

 Richmond Times, May 19, 1996: 
Shooting Elvis is first-rate... Eversz does everything right... Characters are fully-formed and believable. Plot coheres. And the writing gleams. --This text refers to the paperback edition of this title. 

 


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The Best American Poetry 1997 (1997)

by James Tate (Editor) 

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Poetry Editor's Recommended Book, 09/01/97: 
"The daily routine of our lives can be good and even wonderful, but there is still a hunger in us for the mystery of the deep waters, and poetry can fulfill that hunger." So writes James Tate, editor of the 1997 edition of Best American Poetry. The poems that follow his essay bear out the claim. Including work by Allen Ginsberg, Denise Levertov, Mark Strand, and other first-rate poets, the 1997 collection again delights the reader with the variety and quality of poetry now being written. Here is a taste, from Mark Strand's contribution, "Morning, Noon and Night": "Whatever the starcharts told us to watch for or the maps / Said we would find, nothing prepared us for what we discovered. / We toiled in the shadowless depths of noon, / While an alien wind slept in the branches, and dead leaves / Turned to dust in the streets." This series consistently produces collections that are essential reading for poetry lovers. 


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My Dark Places

by James Ellroy 

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Birdsong : A Novel of Love and War

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Readers who are entranced by the sweeping Anglo sagas of Masterpiece Theatre will devour Birdsong, Sebastian Faulks's historical drama. A bestseller in England, there's even a little high-toned erotica thrown into the mix to convince the doubtful. The book's hero, a 20-year-old Englishman named Stephen Wraysford, finds his true love on a trip to Amiens in 1910. Unfortunately, she's already married, the wife of a wealthy textile baron. Wrayford convinces her to leave a life of passionless comfort to be at his side, but things do not turn out according to plan. Wraysford is haunted by this doomed affair and carries it with him into the trenches of World War I. Birdsong derives most of its power from its descriptions of mud and blood, and Wraysford's attempt to retain a scrap of humanity while surrounded by it. There is a simultaneous description of his present-day granddaughter's quest to read his diaries, which is designed to give some sense of perspective; this device is only somewhat successful. Nevertheless, Birdsong is an unflinching war story that is bookended by romances and a rewarding read. 

The New York Times Book Review, Michael Gorra: 
Birdsong seems to me superb. His prose is spare and precis.... Mr. Faulks's elaborate structure merely demonstrates how quickly innovation can be reduced to a formula. The present-day scenes in Birdsong are so lackluster that they seem a kind of injustice; I can scarcely believe they're the work of the same writer who in this book's best pages draws on Owen's great poem to provide a genuinely cathartic description of the war's last days. 


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Lamb : A Novel

by Bernard MacLaverty 

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The Passion

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Literary Fiction Editor's Recommended Book, 07/01/97: 
In 1985 Jeanette Winterson won the Whitbread Award for best first fiction for the semi-autobiographical Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit, an often wry exploration of lesbian possibility bumping up against evangelical fanaticism. She was 25. Two years later, The Passion, her third novel, appeared, the fantastical tale of Henri--Napoleon's cook--and Villanelle, a Venetian gondolier's daughter who has webbed feet (previously an all-male attribute), works as a croupier, picks pockets, cross-dresses, and literally loses her heart to a beautiful woman. Written in a lyrical and jolting combination of fairy tale diction and rhythm and the staccato, the book would be a risky proposition in lesser hands. Winterson has said that she wanted to look at people's need to worship and examine what happens to young men in militaristic societies. The question was, how to do so without being polemical and didactic? Only she could have come up with such an exquisite answer. In the end, Henri, incarcerated on an island of madmen, becomes aware that his passion, "even though she could never return it, showed me the difference between inventing a lover and falling in love. The one is about you, the other about someone else." --This text refers to the paperback (reprint) edition of this title. 

 


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The War of Don Emmanuel's Nether Parts

by Louis De Bernieres, Louis De Bernieres 

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Pig : A Novel

by Andrew Cowan 

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In the Loyal Mountains

by Rick Bass 

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You're So Beautiful : Stories

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The New York Times Book Review, Molly Giles: 
Written in spare, quiet prose, You're So Beautiful is a fine first collection. Some of the stories are slight, some are sort of silly ... but two or three are memorable. All are written with humor and affection, and all honor the ordinary. 


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The Yeats Reader : A Portable Compendium of His Best Poetry Drama and Prose

by William Butler Yeats, Richard J. Finneran 

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David Copperfield

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Selected Letters (Penguin Classics)

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The Edmund Wilson Reader

by Edmund Wilson, Lewis M. Dabney (Editor), edmu Wilson 

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Uncollected Stories of William Faulkner

by Joseph Blotner (Editor), William Faulkner 

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The Book of Urizen : A Facsimile

by William Blake 

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Women's Writing of the Romantic Period, 1789-1836 : An Anthology

by Harriet Devine Jump (Editor) 

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The Correspondence of W.E.B. Du Bois : Selections, 1934-1944

by Herbert Aptheker (Editor), W. E. B. Du Bois 

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Angus Wilson : A Biography

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Said to hold the future of the English novel in his hands, Angus Wilson was at once fresh and revolutionary, recording the attitudes of 20th century England in savagely funny short stories and animated fiction. In Angus Wilson: A Biography, long-time friend and fellow-novelist Margaret Drabble reveals the colorful background that provided Wilson his unique perspective. The youngest of five siblings by 13 years, he spent his childhood eavesdropping on adult conversations and playing homosexual games with two of his older brothers. After attending Oxford, serving in the war, and working at the British Museum, Wilson suffered a breakdown. A psychotherapist encouraged him to write as a form of therapy and unknowingly launched his career. --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 The New York Times Book Review, Peter Parker: 
... a frank, affectionate, and judicious biography ... --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

 


Wystan and Chester : A Personal Memoir of W.H. Auden and Chester Kallman

by Thekla Clark 

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Though Thekla Clark turned down a marriage proposal from W.H. Auden in the early 1950s, she remained close to the poet and his companion Chester Kallman until Auden's death in 1973. In memoir, Clark follows the lives of this unconventional couple, recalling their home on the Italian island of Ischia, their romps through Europe, and the more troubling times Auden spent in New York. While Kallman embraced his homosexuality and was campily outrageous, Auden was uncomfortable in his and became conservative and conventional. Despite their differences, or maybe because of them, their relationship endured--they met in 1939 and Kallman died less than two years after Auden, seemingly of a broken heart. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title. 

 New York Times, Miranda Seymour: 
Ms. Clark is deft, convincing and immensely touching. A quiet deadpan humor saves her book from toppling into sentimentality.

 


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Hints and Guesses : William Gaddis and the Longing for an Enlarged Culture

by Christopher J. Knight 

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Patrick O'Donnell, author of Echo Chambers: Figuring Voice in Modern Narrative and editor of MFS: Modern Fiction Studies: 
"This is impressive work on one of the four or five major contemporary novelists and on the cultural conditions under which he writes, and it will attract many readers interested in contemporary American literature and culture."-Patrick O'Donnell, author of Echo Chambers: Figuring Voice in Modern Narrative and editor of MFS: Modern Fiction Studies 

Steven Moore, author of William Gaddis: 
"A standard study and an indispensable introduction, of great use both to experts in the field as well as those studying Gaddis for the first time."-Steven Moore, author of William Gaddis 

Patrick O'Donnell, author of Echo Chambers: Figuring Voice in Modern Narrative and editor of MFS: Modern Fiction Studies: 
"This is impressive work on one of the four or five major contemporary novelists and on the cultural conditions under which he writes, and it will attract many readers interested in contemporary American literature and culture."-Patrick O'Donnell, author of Echo Chambers: Figuring Voice in Modern Narrative and editor of MFS: Modern Fiction Studies --This text refers to the hardcover edition of this title. 

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The author of four truly important novels-The Recognitions in 1955, J R in 1975, Carpenter's Gothic in 1985, and A Frolic of His Own in 1995-William Gaddis is considered by many literary scholars to be one of the most outstanding novelists of the twentieth century, to be spoken of in the same breath as James Joyce, Robert Musil, and Thomas Pynchon. Hints and Guesses: William Gaddis's Fiction of Longing is the first scholarly work to discuss all four Gaddis novels. While not dismissing the inclination of many scholars to view Gaddis's fiction as postmodern, Christopher Knight moves critical response in another direction, toward a discussion of Gaddis's significance as a satirist and social critic. Knight investigates Gaddis's predominant thematic interests, including those of contemporary aesthetics, Flemish painting, forgery, corporate America, Third World politics, and the U.S. legal system. What Knight finds is an author not only acutely sensitive to post-war social realities but also one whose critique carries with it an implied utopian dimension. 


States of Sympathy : Democracy and Feeling in the Early American Novel

by Elizabeth Barnes 

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Books and Readers in the Early Church : A History of Early Christian Texts

by Harry Y. Gamble 

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A Guide to French Literature : Early Modern to Postmodern

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Mediation in Contemporary Native American Fiction (The American Indian Literature and Critical Studies Series , Vol 15)

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The Journals of Louisa May Alcott

by Joel Myerson (Editor), Daniel Shealy, Madeleine b Stern 

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Music Minus One : Poems

by Jane Shore 

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Chekhov's Plays : An Opening into Eternity

by Richard Gilman 

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