Dark Tide book by Stephen Puleo reviewed by Jonathan Sherman-Presser

“World’s Largest Metaphor Hits Iceberg,” reads a headline of the satirical newspaper The Onion’s...

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Goya book by Robert Hughes reviewed by Katya Poltorak

While lying in a coma for five weeks, his disjointed, crushed bones held together by metal screws, Robert Hughes was...

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Living to Tell the Tale book by Gabriel Garcia Marquez reviewed by Meredith Garagiola

Review provided by Soccer ABC. Over lunch with his father, a twenty something Gabriel García Márquez was discussing...

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Party of the People book by Jules Whitcover Grand Old Party book by Lewis L. Gould reviewed by David Noyola

When the tenor of politics is inflamed, partisan bickering precludes historical perspective. As attacks and...

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Hiding the Elephant: How Magicians Invented the Impossible and Learned to Disappear book by Jim Steinmeyer reviewed by Kirsti Potter

From time to time, magic and its modern practitioners still steal into the spotlight—even without counting the wily...

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Monograph: We Built This Suburb by Carey Seal

Everyone agrees that America’s cities are in trouble. The familiar complaints about “urban blight” and...

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