An Arts & Literature Review
The general public has embraced The Statute of Liberty like no other work of art in the American experience.
Video game writer Alex Rubens sets out to chronicle the game’s creation as well as its lasting impact on both gaming and popular culture.
The revelation – thrilling and unsettling in equal measure – that the plain old precincts of our homes are alien wonderlands of the exotic and the unexpected.
The author presents the idea that the President’s psychological makeup and insecurities are hiding behind the façade of a bully.
Space programs all around the world are testing ever more ambitious plans and this book belongs in the library of every readers who’s been following that journey.
An account of one of the turning-point engagements of World War II.
The cultures and histories of the Midwest assayed from dozens of different vantage points, displaying a huge region of the United States that's often written off.
Smart, determined would-be writers will learn a great deal from this veteran’s favorite stories.
Byrne frames his study in terms of Reagan’s ideas, political philosophy, and his religious faith.
A wonderfully eloquent and challenging massive new interpretation of Cromwell’s life and times.
An arts and literature review.
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