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London London, Peter Ackroyd
Peter Ackroyd, legendary novelist and biographer of Dickens, Blake, Thomas More, and T.S. Eliot, has written the book he seems to have been born to write -- and that only he could pull off -- in his monumental London: The Biography.
 
Stuffed Stuffed, Patricia Volk
Patricia Volk explores the ties between food and love in Stuffed, her memoir of growing up in an unconventional and uniquely charmed restaurant family.
 
An American Insurrection An American Insurrection, William Doyle
In An American Insurrection, William Doyle recaptures in excruciating detail moments that history has conveniently failed to remember as he documents the James Meredith crisis of 1962.
 
The Right Hand of Sleep Embers, Sandor Marai
Though quietly concealed in Hungarian for over forty years, Sándor Márai's Embers has been recently translated into English and well worth the wait.
 
Voice of the Poet Voice of the Poet
Random House's Voice of the Poet series adds a fresh collection of recordings to its roster, including Edna St. Vincent Millay, Gertrude Stein, Muriel Rukeyser, H.D., and Louise Bogan.
 
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