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March 15, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 15, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2014.

Book Review

Jake Miller's Wheel

by Margaret Cullison

A young husband and wife battle inner demons and harrowing conditions to establish a homestead in Montana in the early twentieth century. A melancholic man and his bride, Mable, homestead on the treeless plains of northeastern Montana in... Read More

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An Artist's Vision of New Orleans

by Meg Nola

Flattmann remains tied to his colorful birthplace and portrays his fascination with its unique moods and moments. Born in New Orleans in 1946, Alan Flattmann studied at the McCrady School of Art in his native city and began his... Read More

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by Anna Call

Lambert delves deeply into the history of linguistics with this book, the captivating result of thorough research. The most fascinating part of ancient history is not the storied wars of conquest, but the remarkable development of the... Read More

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Lincoln and Religion

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Historians trace Lincoln’s religious development with thorough but objective detail. University of New Mexico historians Margaret and Ferenc Szasz present an academically-centered study of the religious influences that shaped Abraham... Read More

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Ask the Beasts

by Michelle Anne Schingler

Rarely are theological works so lucidly constructed and gorgeously formed. "Ask the Beasts", a new theological effort from Fordham professor Elizabeth A. Johnson, pursues questions of humanity’s interdependence with and divinely... Read More

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Dreaming of Elsewhere

by Karen Rigby

This superbly imagined work of essays packs insights of home, nationality, and belonging into a profound conclusion. “Home is the first exile. To belong in one place is to not belong in another.” With a distinctive voice, Esi Edugyan... Read More

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