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And Justice for All' A story of the United States Commission on Civil Rights, by a former member. One of Booker T. Washington's lives - part biological, part historical - tries to put his mark of dark authority into perspective. We can have freedom in the Holy Land," Jimmy Carter calls on the new US Prime Minister to create it.
The Wilderness' This novel introduces the story of a man with Alzheimer's. Our Lives in Gardens' Two landscape gardeners are writing about the lives - and gardens - they part. The Art and Politics of Science' A memorandum on research and its bourgeois value by a oncologist and former N.I.H. warden.
The son of the accordionist" Bernardo Atxaga's fictitious memoirs in the Basel country can host the writer as a figur. With" Wings Like Eagles" Michael Korda secesses the choices that underlie the battle for Great Britain. The Holy City' A decline into insanity, force and faith in Ireland in the 1960s. 1968' Michael T. Kaufman uses the archive of the New York Times and his own experiences as a young reporter to reenact the often gory climaxes of 1968.
The Graveyard Book' This year's Newbery medallist is about a kid who' s been brought up by spirits in a graveyard. Reviews more children's literature.
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