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New Reformation: Notes of a Neolithic Conservative

by Paul Goodman

by PM Press; 2 edition (June 21, 2010)

Emphasizing the importance of culture and the arts in society, this reprint of a 1960s classic—the author's last book of social criticism—includes a new introduction that situates the late Paul Goodman in his era and traces the development of his characteristic insights. The probing intr... (read more)

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Individuo e comunità: Scritti politici (Italian Edition)

by Paul Goodman

by Eleuthera (February 27, 2017)

A partire da una sofisticata rielaborazione della tradizione politica americana, in cui si fondono tensioni individualiste e istanze comunitarie, il «jeffersoniano» Goodman affronta già alla metà del Novecento alcuni dei problemi cruciali delle societ&... (read more)

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Cracking the Case Method, Legal Analysis for Law School Success (Career Gu...

by Paul B Bergman

by West Academic Publishing; 2nd edition (November 15, 2017)

For about 150 years, law schools have relied on the Case Method to teach the skills and art of legal analysis to first-year law students. Yet many students struggle academically, not due to lack of intellectual ability but because they are suddenly immersed in a unique and seemingly opaque educatio... (read more)

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Great American Short Stories (Dover Thrift Editions)

by Paul Negri

by Dover Publications; 1st Edition (March 5, 2012)

Featuring 19 of the finest works from the most distinguished writers in the American short-story tradition, this new compilation begins with Nathaniel Hawthorne's 1835 tale "Young Goodman Brown" and ranges across an entire century, concluding with Ernest Hemingway's 1927 classic, "The Killers." Othe... (read more)

Are You Afraid of the DARK?

by: Theresa Jacobs, zombie slayer Horror writers shine the brightest during the dark days of October as everyone gets in the mood for ghouls, witches, and ghosts. The best part about horror is the myriad of scares to choose from. Writers from every walk of life long...

Sweet and… Naughty

by: M.K. Chester “He's more myself than I am. Whatever our souls are made of, his and mine are the same.” ― Emily Brontë, Wuthering Heights As it’s Naughty November, talking about sweet romance might seem out of place. I beg to differ. My mother was watching a...

Nice Girls Don’t Finish Last in “Naughty November”

by: ID Johnson “You pierce my soul. I am half agony, half hope. Tell me not that I am too late, that such precious feelings are gone forever.” ― Jane Austen, Persuasion It’s that time of year when cozying up with a good book by the hearth might just get more...

Falling for fall reading

by: Maggie Handsom “Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall.” ―F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby Long, chilly nights are the perfect excuse to stay home, cuddle up, and read. There's no better time to read than in the fall. As if you need...

The Old-School Women’s (Murder) Club

by: Maggie (the great gumshoe) Handsom I’ve loved mystery books since I was a kid. I’ve read allllllll of the Nancy Drew books (and I do mean all of them, most of them twice), The Hardy Boys, Encyclopedia Brown, and The Boxcar Kids. My favorites are the mystery...

There’s no such thing as “too many books”

Have you heard of the Japanese word tsundoku? tsundoku — (n.) the act of leaving a book unread after buying it, typically piling it up together with other such unread books. As most book lovers can attest, tsundoku is a common occurrence. A book by an author we like,...

A Reader’s Guide to Traditional vs. Self-Published Books

Modern readers have what seems a never-ending selection of books to choose from, far more so than at any other time in history. With the rise of the self-publishing industry, the choices out there can be daunting. So how does the discriminant reader choose between...

Protect Your Books Like a Medieval Monk – With Curses

Being a scribe in the Middle Ages would have been slow, detailed, tedious work. Working every day but the sabbath, they sat silently in scriptoriums copying works in Hebrew, Greek, and Latin. And beyond copying the books, they had to precisely cut parchment, make the...
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