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  • The Point, Issue 5by Jon Baskin; Jonny Thakkar; Etay Zwick

    Agate Publishing 2012; US$ 12.00

    The latest issue of a Chicago-based, twice-yearly journal of essays on contemporary life and culture, which has been highly praised by writers and commentators from around the world. more...

  • Building Their Own Waldosby Robert D. Habich

    University of Iowa Press 2011; US$ 29.95

    By the end of the nineteenth century, Ralph Waldo Emerson was well on his way to becoming the “Wisest American” and the “Sage of Concord,” a literary celebrity and a national icon. With that fame came what Robert Habich describes as a blandly sanctified version of Emerson held widely by the reading public. Building Their... more...

  • 1001 Booksby Peter Boxall; Peter Ackroyd

    Octopus 2012; Not Available

    A comprehensive and up-to-date guide to the best fiction from around the world. Completely redesigned with over 150 new images. more...

  • Sense and Nonsensibilityby Lawrence Douglas; Alexander George

    Touchstone 2007; Not Available

    Two widely published humor columnists and "bad boys" of academia take their wit and wisdom to dazzling new lows in this irreverent send-up of highbrow literary culture. At last, the thinking person's take on the life of the mind in today's increasingly mindless age. Sense and Nonsensibility pokes fun at everyone from spoof-proof scholars to... more...

  • Information Literacy as a Student Learning Outcome: The Perspective of Institutional Accreditationby Laura Saunders

    ABC-CLIO 2011; US$ 55.00

    This nationwide analysis documents how institutions of higher education are responding to demands for accountability and transparency by implementing and assessing learning goals for information literacy. more...

  • Judging a Book By Its Loverby Lauren Leto

    HarperCollins 2012; US$ 12.99

    ?Leto is as funny as she is well-read; a delight for bibliophiles and wannabes alike.? ?Wylie Overstreet, author of The History of the World According to Facebook Lauren Leto, humor blogger and co-author of Texts from Last Night , now offers a fascinating field guide to the hearts and minds of readers everywhere. Judging a Book by Its Lover ... more...

  • From Cover to Coverby Kathleen T. Horning

    HarperCollins 2010; Not Available

    The revised edition of From Cover to Cover offers a fresh, up-to-date look at some of the best examples of children's literature today and also includes practical advice on how to write clearly articulated, reasoned opinions so that others can learn about books they have not yet read. A brief, updated introduction explains how children's books... more...

  • Tolstoy and the Purple Chairby Nina Sankovitch

    HarperCollins 2011; Not Available

    ?NinaSankovitch has crafted a dazzling memoir that remindsus of the most primal function of literature-to heal, to nurture and to connectus to our truest selves." ?Thrity Umrigar, author of The Space Between Us Catalyzedby the loss of her sister, a mother of four spends one year savoring a greatbook every day, from Thomas Pynchon to Nora Ephron... more...

  • How Not to Readby Dan Wilbur

    Penguin Group US 2012; US$ 12.99

    The Last Stupid Book You?ll Ever Need to Read Don?t want to slog through lengthy old books like A Tale of Two Cities or The Giving Tree ? Sick of being judged by your avid-reader ?friends? who talk about books you?ve never heard of? Want to sound smarter without the strain of actually bettering yourself? Never fear. In How Not to Read, you?ll... more...

  • Reading for the Plotby Peter Brooks

    Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2012; US$ 17.95

    A book which should appeal to both literary theorists and to readers of the novel, this study invites the reader to consider how the plot reflects the patterns of human destiny and seeks to impose a new meaning on life. more...