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Brenda Wineapple’s deep dive into President Andrew Johnson’s impeachment and the landscape of Reconstruction politics is an essential Civil War read.
The collection of short stories, published posthumously, gently lays bare the foibles of the denizens of a neighborhood in old Cairo.
Irish-born and Paris-ensconced, Gray created iconic furnishings and homes that are now sought by the likes of Yves Saint Laurent.
Lindsay McCrae missed the birth of his son to film in Antarctica. It made him appreciate the role that male penguins play in raising the chicks.
A couple drinks tea at a restaurant overlooking the Kalyan Mosque, Kalyan Minaret, and Mir-i-arab Madrassa in Bukhara, Uzbekistan, on Aug. 29, 2019. The minaret was built in 1127.
In “The Ship of Dreams,” Gareth Russell explores the excess and hubris that characterized the Edwardian age through the lives of six passengers.
Jeanine Basinger‘s sweeping history casts an insightful, and affectionate, eye over decades of films that defined their eras.
In “The Queens of Animation,” Nathalia Holt takes a fascinating look at the women behind Disney classics like “Cinderella” and “Bambi.”
David Abulafia’s sweeping history “The Boundless Sea” touches on great explorers as well as war, trade, and migration.
Bernd Brunner shapes a cultural history of the season, showing that even at its bleakest, winter can be redemptive.
“Good Things Out of Nazareth” collects the thoughts of the Georgia-born author as she confided in mentors, colleagues, and friends.
Peter Longerich and Brendan Simms each shed light on the dictator’s role in not only Germany but also on the world stage.
A biography follows the singer from her upbringing in a conservative Texas town to her (too brief) career as a raw-voiced blues and rock superstar.
“Peanuts” was one of the most influential American comics. A new collection of meditative, charming essays explores the strip’s cultural impact.
Computer science professor Melanie Mitchell clears up misconceptions about machine learning in “Artificial Intelligence: A Guide for Thinking Humans.”
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