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Alex Da Corte, As Long as the Sun Lasts

The Roof Garden Commission

Shanay Jhaveri, Jack Halberstam, and Sheena Wagstaff

An engaging exploration of multidisciplinary artist Alex Da Corte’s site-specific 2021 installation on The Met’s Roof Garden Known for his use of familiar objects, icons, and brands in surprising and surreal...

May 25, 2021, PB-with Flaps, $9.95

The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

Benjamin Franklin; Edited by Leonard W. Labaree, Ralph L. Ketcham, Helen C. Boatfield, and Helene H. Fineman. With a new foreword by Edmund S. Morgan

The authoritative edition of Franklin's autobiography, with a foreword by the eminent Franklin scholar Edmund S. Morgan“The best and most beautiful edition [of the Autobiography].”—J. H. Plumb, New...

April 10, 2003, Paper, $9.95

What May Come

The Taller de Gráfica Popular and the Mexican Political Print

Diane Miliotes

Established in Mexico City in 1937, the Taller de Gráfica Popular (Popular Graphic Art Workshop) sought to create prints, posters, and illustrated publications that were popular and affordable, accessible and politically...

August 19, 2014, Paper, $9.95

Alicja Kwade, ParaPivot

The Roof Garden Commission

Kelly Baum and Sheena Wagstaff

A book that documents Alicja Kwade’s 2019 Roof Garden commission at The Met—large-scale sculptures that reference celestial bodies Contemporary artist Alicja Kwade (b. 1979) has received international...

May 28, 2019, PB with Poster Jacket, $9.95

The Heroic Slave

A Cultural and Critical Edition

Frederick Douglass; Edited by Robert S. Levine, John Stauffer, and John R. McKivigan

Frederick Douglass’s only work of fiction—an imaginative retelling of the most successful slave revolt in American history—accompanied by an interpretive introduction, notes, and a selection of related writings by Douglass...

March 24, 2015, Paper, $9.95

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Karl Ove Knausgaard; Translated from the Norwegian by Ingvild Burkey

The second book in the Why I Write series provides generous insight into the creative process of the award-winning Norwegian novelist Karl Ove Knausgaard “Why I Write” may prove to be the most...

September 10, 2019, PB-with Flaps, $9.95

Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, an American Slave

Written by Himself
Critical Edition

Frederick Douglass; Edited by John R. McKivigan, Peter P. Hinks, and Heather L. Kaufman

One of the most influential literary documents in American and African American history, now available in a critical edition“This edition is the most valuable teaching tool on slavery and abolition...

October 25, 2016, Paper, $9.95

Walden

A Fully Annotated Edition

Henry D. Thoreau; Edited and with an Afterword by Jeffrey S. Cramer; Introduction by Denis Donoghue

The ultimate gift edition of Walden for bibliophiles, aficionados, and scholars"Replaces all other available editions of Walden as the most attractive and reliable way to approach this...

May 11, 2006, Paper, $9.95

Existentialism Is a Humanism

Jean-Paul Sartre; Introduction by Annie Cohen-Solal; Preface and Notes by Arlette Elkaïm-Sartre

A fresh translation of two seminal works of existentialism"To understand Jean-Paul Sartre is to understand something important about the present time."—Iris Murdoch "Sartre matters because so...

July 24, 2007, Paper, $9.95

José Guadalupe Posada and the Mexican Broadside

Diane Miliotes; With a technical note by Rachel Freeman

Bilingual (Spanish/English)José Guadalupe Posada (1851–1913), one of Mexico’s most important graphic artists, influenced the generation who lived through and pictured the Mexican Revolution. His powerful and visually...

September 18, 2006, Out of Print, PB-with Flaps, $9.95
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