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Reviews of Books with 704 Pages

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that have 704 pages.

Book Review

The H.D. Book

by Paul Franz

“H.D.,” in this context, stands not for high-definition television, but for Hilda Doolittle (1886-1961); that is, H.D. the poet, who was associated with Imagism, a literary movement often said to espouse crisp visual objectivity.... Read More

Book Review

Fallen Giants

by Peter Skinner

The authors have transformed the catalog-of-climbs, accounts-of-accidents approach of Himalayan mountaineering history into one that captures history and change—from sixteenth-, seventeenth-, and eighteenth-century reports, through the... Read More

Book Review

The Making of Princeton University

“Trying to get an education at Princeton is like trying to get a drink of water from a fire hydrant,” observed a student in 1994. Such high praise for the intellectual environment at one of the country’s most prestigious... Read More

Book Review

Sarge

by Karl Helicher

The Peace Corps, Head Start, Job Corps, VISTA, and the Special Olympics were some of the enduring New Frontier and Great Society legacies of the Kennedy and Johnson presidencies, 1960-1968. All of these public service programs were led... Read More