An Arts & Literature Review
Monoglot dog lovers can now spend an hour basking in Alizart’s singularly Gallic combination of eloquence and hooey.
The author describes a new theory of economic change driven by contagious narratives.
Milanovic attempts to identify the key systemic, as opposed to incidental, social and economic features of two main variants of capitalism.
A genuinely thought-provoking broad-range inquiry into the strange, elastic period between youth and adulthood in humans and animals.
Williams fleshes out that story not only with clear explanations of the science involved but also with a broad, colorful gallery of personalities.
An account of Tiberius’ life before his reign that is about as full as it can be given the sources we have.
Chbosky’s clear intent to write from a child’s point of view devolves into writing at a child’s level.
Mauceri takes on the ambitious task of teaching the reader to listen to music.
A raw, often brutal book told in a taut prose-line and is copiously illustrated by comics legend Frank Miller.
Here are the animals on their way off the planet.
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