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Reviews of Books with 568 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 568 pages.

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by Samantha Ann Ehle

"Cosmism" is a broad, reasoned guide through a spiritual perspective that encourages human expansion. Yoda Oraiah’s ambitious spiritual guidebook "Cosmism" introduces an inclusive theology that’s shaped by science, religion, and the... Read More

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Philip Roth

by Kristine Morris

Ira Nadel’s Philip Roth: A Counterlife is an intense and illuminating study of the life, times, and work of the Jewish man from Newark who became one of America’s most original and provocative writers. Nadel brings meticulous... Read More

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Stuart Symington

“Next to Harry Truman, Stuart Symington was the man from Missouri,” says the author, president emeritus of the University of Missouri, in this scholarly yet accessible biography of one of the Senate’s most respected members. During... Read More

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Halfway Up the Mountain

by Sophia Tarila

With such an elucidating subtitle, the book begins with definitions of enlightenment compiled from various contemporary teachers such as Andrew Cohen, Joan Halifax, Sensei Dana Henry, Jakusho Kwong Roshi, Lee Lozowick, Charles Tart and... Read More

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Travelers' Tales

by Rick Miller

E pluribus unum. It could be the motto of this book, as well as the United States. Travelers’ Tales: America, a collection of stories and excerpts about the United States, is the latest offering in the Travelers’ Tales series from... Read More