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Nostalgia in VOGUE

by Meg Nola

One of the fascinating notions about any style magazine—particularly a fashion icon like Vogue—is that there is the glamorous, glossy-paged issue itself, and then there is the magazine’s impact upon the reader. Throughout its... Read More

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Gauguin

by Pamela Ayres

Paul Gauguin is perhaps best known the way he wanted to be known. A driven and pioneering artist, he was also adept at creating a personal mythology that explained his life and artistry in story. While the study and subject of myth has... Read More

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Nicole Brossard Selections

“I do not believe that one becomes a writer to reinforce common values or common perspectives on reality,” writes Québécois poet, novelist, and essayist Nicole Brossard in this new and provocative compilation of poems gathered from... Read More

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Making the Irish American

by Karen McCarthy

Once a year in America, everyone is Irish. No other heritage is embraced so completely as the Irish are on St. Patrick’s Day; no other US ethnic group holds a nationwide annual celebration. The unique identity of the Irish in America... Read More

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Emotional Storm

by E. James Lieberman

The title refers to psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion’s words: “When two personalities meet, an emotional storm is created.” This goes beyond Freud, whose psychology focused on the intrapsychic rather than the interpersonal. The author, a... Read More

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Chocolate on Trial

by Robin Dasher-Alston

In 1909, the English press was abuzz with news about the libel trial of Cadbury Brothers vs. the London Standard newspaper. Cadbury, owned by the Quaker Cadbury family, had a reputation in England and abroad as a progressive and highly... Read More

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Restless Wave

by Kim Schmidt

The author (1903-1996) spent her entire life between two worlds. She was at different times Japanese and American, a member of the elite upper class and a struggling laborer, a political activist and an employee of the War Department. In... Read More

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