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Greene discovered the records of the forgotten drama of the 1958 fatal journey of the miners of Springhill, Nova Scotia…

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Bernard Bailyn gives us a compelling account of the first great transit of people from Britain, Europe, and Africa to British North America....

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When Mikhail Gorbachev became the leader of the Soviet Union in 1985, the USSR was one of the world's two superpowers.

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The colorful, sentimental, funny, affectionate, cantankerous memoir by the most colorful, funniest, most cantankerous-- and probably the most revered-- sportswriter of the last fifty years.

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In Literary Life, Pulitzer Prize-winning author Larry McMurtry opens up about the triumphs and trials of his abundant literary career....

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The Houston Chronicle once observed, “John Graves’ provenance is about as Texas as a writer can get.” In this fascinating memoir, one of the Lone Star State’s literary icons reflects on the European travels that shaped him as a writer.

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In addition to the complete text of America and Americans, this volume brings together for the first time more than 50 of Steinbeck's finest essays and jouralistic pieces....

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Picture a Crow Indian elder, his wizened eyes catching yours in the ancient flicker of firelight. His mesmerizing stories span the ages, from Custer to World War II to the 21st Century....

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Douglas MacArthur was arguably the last American public figure to be worshipped unreservedly as a national hero, the last military figure to conjure up the romantic stirrings once evoked by George Armstrong Custer and Robert E. Lee.

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A classic from the Lone Star State, John Graves’ Goodbye to a River is a poignant narrative of one man’s journey by canoe down the river of his memories. Along the way, he describes the colorful Texas landscape and recounts its rich history. When Graves learns that the river he knew and loved as a youth—the Brazos in north-central Texas—is slated to be dammed at multiple points, he understands that things will never be the same.

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