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Rome and Rhetoric

Shakespeare's Julius Caesar

Garry Wills

A many-faceted examination of how Shakespeare brought Rome alive for his readers through a masterful manipulation of ancient rhetoric Renaissance plays and poetry in England were saturated with the...

January 29, 2013, Paper, $15.00

A Vindication of the Rights of Woman

Mary Wollstonecraft; Edited by Eileen Hunt Botting; With Essays by Ruth Abbey, Eileen Hunt Botting, Norma Clarke, Madeline Cronin, and Virginia Sapiro

Mary Wollstonecraft’s visionary treatise, originally published in 1792, was the first book to present women’s rights as an issue of universal human rights. Ideal for coursework and classroom study, this comprehensive edition...

August 26, 2014, Paper, $15.00

A Closer Look: Saints

Erika Langmuir

Drawing on the National Gallery’s comprehensive collection of religious images, A Closer Look: Saints explains the importance of saints and their role in the history of European painting. Erika Langmuir underlines...

January 5, 2010, Paper, $15.00

A Closer Look: Techniques of Painting

Jo Kirby

How do artists create different effects when painting? The medium they choose—such as oil, watercolor, or egg tempera—plays an important part. So too does the material they paint on, the pigments used, and even the type of...

February 7, 2012, Paper, $15.00

A Closer Look: Still Life

Erika Langmuir

What is still life? We are familiar with the objects portrayed but have difficulty explaining the essence of this popular art form. Erika Langmuir examines the special fascination of still life, and what distinguishes it from...

May 3, 2011, Paper, $15.00

Rimbaud the Son

Pierre Michon; Translated by Jody Gladding and Elizabeth Deshays

A radiant work of fiction that illuminates the life and art of Rimbaud in a way that no biography couldRimbaud the Son, widely celebrated upon its publication in France, investigates the life of...

October 22, 2013, Paper, $15.00

Barbra Streisand

Redefining Beauty, Femininity, and Power

Neal Gabler

An enthralling appreciation of the monumentally gifted popular artist and cultural icon who challenged Hollywood’s standards of beauty and glamour Barbra Streisand has been called the “most successful.....

September 12, 2017, Paper, $15.00

Brutus

The Noble Conspirator

Kathryn Tempest

A compelling new portrait of Marcus Brutus delves behind the ancient evidence to set aside the myths that surround the ancient world’s most famous assassin Conspirator and assassin, philosopher and...

October 28, 2019, Paper, $15.00

The Communist Manifesto

Edited and with an Introduction by Jeffrey C. Isaac; with essays by Steven Lukes, Stephen Eric Bronner, Vladimir Tismaneanu, Saskia Sassen

Marx and Engels's Communist Manifesto has become one of the world’s most influential political tracts since its original 1848 publication. Part of the Rethinking the Western Tradition series, this edition of the

June 26, 2012, Paper, $15.00

An American Experiment

George Bellows and the Ashcan Painters

David Peters Corbett; With contributions by Katherine Bourguignon and Christopher Riopelle

In the first decades of the 20th century, George Bellows and other painters of the Ashcan School, a loosely connected group of gritty, urban realists, created images of the city from street level. Following older artist Robert...

March 29, 2011, PB-with Flaps, $15.00

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