Book Sets, General
10 Books That Screwed Up the World
And 5 Others That Didn't Help
Compact Disc ISBN: 1400157919
Presents interpretations of fifteen pivotal works of Western culture and argues that the unmerited influence of such authors as Charles Darwin, Sigmund Freud, and Betty Friedan has had a detrimental effect on the values of modern life.
100 Books for Girls to Grow on
Lively Descriptions of the Most Inspiring Books for Girls, Terrific Discussion Questions to Spark Conversation, Great Ideas for Book-Inspired
1st Edition Paperback ISBN: 0060957182
A popular speaker for girl-focused organizations lends her expertise to parents in a guide to books both new and classic that encourage child-parent dialogue, creativity beyond the reading experience, and which open doors for crafts, field trips and more. Original.
The Age of Innocence
Authoritative Text, Background and Contexts, Sources, Criticism
Paperback ISBN: 0393967948
The text of Edith Warton's Pultizer Prize-winning 1921 novel of desire and its implications in Old New York is accompanied by necessarily rigorous annotations.
The Allure of the Archives
Paperback ISBN: 0300198930
Arlette Farge’s Le Goût de l’archive is widely regarded as a historiographical classic. While combing through two-hundred-year-old judicial records from the Archives of the Bastille, historian Farge was struck by the extraordinarily intimate portrayal they provided of the lives of the poor in pre-Revolutionary France, especially women. She was seduced by the sensuality of old manuscripts and by the revelatory power of voices otherwise lost. InThe Allure of the Archives, she conveys the exhilaration of uncovering hidden secrets and the thrill of venturing into new dimensions of the past. Originally published in 1989, Farge’s classic work communicates the tactile, interpretive, and emotional experience of archival research while sharing astonishing details about life under the Old Regime in France. At once a practical guide to research methodology and an elegant literary reflection on the challenges of writing history, this uniquely rich volume demonstrates how surrendering to the archive’s allure can forever change how we understand the past.