CONFEDERATE BUSHWHACKER: Mark Twain in the Shadow of the Civil War
Offers a micro-biography set in the most important and pivotal year in the life of its subject. Interwoven throughout are the headlines and crises of 1885: black lynchings, Indian uprisings, anti-Chinese violence, labor unrest, and the death of Grant.
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SAGAN, PARIS 1954Paperbound$4.95 $14.95
THE NEMIROVSKY QUESTION: The Life, Death, and Legacy of a Jewish Writer in 20th-Century FranceHardbound$5.95 $35.00
JAMES WRIGHT: A Life in PoetryHardbound$10.95 $40.00
THE MAN WHO WOULD BE SHERLOCK: The Real-Life Adventures of Arthur Conan DoyleHardbound$7.95 $28.99