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Reviews of Books Priced $75.00

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that are available for $75.00.

Book Review

Bibliotheca Salmo Salar

by Matt Sutherland

With a certain, high level of fanaticism in mind, to call salmon fishing a sport, chess a board game, landscape painting a hobby, mountain climbing a hike, just doesn’t quite capture the spirit of the thing. And when the sought prize... Read More

Book Review

Jerusalem, 1000-1400

by Michelle Anne Schingler

A celebratory spirit pervades the collection, which positions Jerusalem as a center of medieval hopes. Against astounding contemporary arguments that Jerusalem does not represent shared the history of a bevy of religions and cultures... Read More

Book Review

Stoppers

by Matt Sutherland

The gang’s all here: Anna Wintour and Vogue‘s legendary stable of photographers—Anton Corbijn, Patrick Demarchelier, Steven Klein, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, Mario Testino, Tim Walker, and Bruce Weber—in a... Read More

Book Review

Cuba

by Matt Sutherland

For many Americans, the haunting mystique of that forbidden communist island just ninety miles off our southern shore provokes both patriotic zeal and the bully’s shame. Yes, it’s complicated. Yet the 250 spectacular photos in this... Read More

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Styling the Stars

by Julia Ann Charpentier

Eccentric and artsy, this candid glimpse of the world’s beloved film stars focuses on a bygone era of traditional romance and old-school charm. With primarily black-and-white and a small number of color stills, Twentieth Century Fox... Read More

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The Great Picture

by Julie Eakin

The presentation of this material alone merits a review. With an appropriate landscape (horizontal) format, and slip-cased in a tight-fitting, black-on-black embossed sleeve featuring the camera’s outlandish dimensions, the very act of... Read More

Book Review

Fallingwater

by Julie Eakin

“Seventy-five years after its inception, Fallingwater affirms architecture’s prospect to engage the lyrical and visceral dimensions of human experience that arise from a direct engagement with nature.” So writes John M. Reynolds in... Read More

Book Review

The Roots of Morality

Creativity requires wonder and space: “A brain crammed with information is morally blind.” Maxine Sheets-Johnstone handles weighty philosophy like a dancer: she writes gracefully of the body, movement, creativity, the smile, and... Read More

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