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What is the power of art in the face of death? In The Art Lover Carole Maso has created an elegant and moving narrative about a woman experiencing (and reliving) the most painful transitions of her life. Caroline, the novel's protagonist, returns to New York after the death of her father—ostensibly to wrap things up and take care of necessary "business"—where her memory and imagination conspire to lay before her all her griefs and joys in a rebellious progression. Illustrated.

What is the power of art in the face of death? In The Art Lover Carole Maso has created an elegant and moving narrative about a woman experiencing (and reliving) the most painful transitions of her life. Caroline, the novel's protagonist, returns to New York after the death of her father—ostensibly to wrap things up and take care of necessary "business"—where her memory and imagination conspire to lay before her all her griefs and joys in a rebellious progression. Illustrated.

Reading it and LOVING it: Dean Falk's "Finding Our Tongues"

Reading it and LOVING it: Dean Falk's "Finding Our Tongues"

The Great Decision: Jefferson, Adams, Marshall, and the Battle for the Supreme Court

The Great Decision: Jefferson, Adams, Marshall, and the Battle for the Supreme Court

Anti-cancer. An amazingly revealing book. Written by a doctor who survived brain cancer. It will change you.

Anti-cancer. An amazingly revealing book. Written by a doctor who survived brain cancer. It will change you.

Anarchism and Other Essays - Emma Goldman

Anarchism and Other Essays - Emma Goldman

Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality: Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Laura T. Hamilton

Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality: Elizabeth A. Armstrong, Laura T. Hamilton

Nicholas Nickleby serial cover 1839

Nicholas Nickleby serial cover 1839

All the good O'Brien stuff in one book of stories.

All the good O'Brien stuff in one book of stories.

In 1915, the general assembly appointed the Providence Water Supply Board to condemn 14,800 acres of land in rural Scituate. The hardworking people of the five villages were devastated. By December 1916, notices were delivered to the villagers stating that the homes and land they had owned for generations were to be taken and destroyed. Construction was well under way by 1921, and water was being stored by November 10, 1925.

In 1915, the general assembly appointed the Providence Water Supply Board to condemn 14,800 acres of land in rural Scituate. The hardworking people of the five villages were devastated. By December 1916, notices were delivered to the villagers stating that the homes and land they had owned for generations were to be taken and destroyed. Construction was well under way by 1921, and water was being stored by November 10, 1925.

Landscapes: Selected Writings of J. B. Jackson: 9780870230721: Social Science Books @ Amazon.com

Landscapes: Selected Writings of J. B. Jackson: 9780870230721: Social Science Books @ Amazon.com

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