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by Rachel Jagareski

The French are acknowledged to have the world’s most elegant, sophisticated cuisine, but how did this reputation and style of cooking evolve? In "Savoir-Faire", Maryann Tebben teases out centuries of culinary history and its role in... Read More

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March 1917

by Jeff Fleischer

That Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn is an important chronicler of Soviet era Russia is hardly in dispute; his novels are among the most memorable depictions of that era. That’s certainly true of The Red Wheel, his massive, multi-volume account... Read More

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March 1917

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

In commemoration of the one-hundredth anniversary of the Russian Revolution, the University of Notre Dame Press is releasing the first English translation of Nobel Prize-winner Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn’s epic work, "March 1917", Node... Read More

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The Complete Callaghan Tetralogy

by Karyn Saemann

The Complete Callaghan Tetralogy is a well-conceived tale for those who enjoy smart, complex, global intrigue. A London businessman, brutally tortured by the Russian mafia when he is mistaken for his father, seeks revenge and personal... Read More

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Race in Mind

by Matt Sutherland

The fourteen Critical Essays in Paul Spickard’s "Race in Mind" bring to the fore many delightful and provocative observations and one abrupt realization: race is and always was a dumb idea. That is, after many several thousand years of... Read More

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