Jagannath: by Karin Tidbeck
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Jagannath: by Karin Tidbeck

Jagannath introduces an immense talent who is sure to create many more thrilling worlds.

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Abbas Kiarostami: by Mehrnaz Saeed-Vafa and Jonathan Rosenbaum
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Abbas Kiarostami: by Mehrnaz Saeed-Vafa and Jonathan Rosenbaum

Abbas Kiarostami takes a scholarly and personal look at the director’s work through a multifaceted window that its subject would surely have approved.

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The Future is History: by Masha Gessen
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The Future is History: by Masha Gessen

If words like Chechnya and Nemtsov are not familiar to the reader, Gessen’s book is a good primer for understanding the rise of Putin.

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Circe: by Madeline Miller
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All the Answers: by Michael Kupperman
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All the Answers: by Michael Kupperman

All the Answers is part biography, part cultural study and part relationship analysis.

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Grateful: by Diana Butler Bass
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Grateful: by Diana Butler Bass

Bass offers not so much advice on healthy living but a new way of approaching and even conceptualizing our contemporary world in a way that offers big and…

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Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll: by Andrew Friedman
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Chefs, Drugs and Rock & Roll: by Andrew Friedman

One couldn’t ask for a better guide through the complex social world of some of the major figures in the American restaurant scene of the past several decades.

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The Democratic Forest: by William Eggleston
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Killing and Dying: by Adrian Tomine
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Killing and Dying: by Adrian Tomine

The Full Vermonty: by Bill Mares & Jeff Danziger
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The Full Vermonty: by Bill Mares & Jeff Danziger

The Full Vermonty offers hope where so many other political works offer only knowledge or distraction.

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