These personal essays on and acute observations of Che Guevara’s legacy achieve insight into his enduring appeal to young revolutionaries. Forty-six years after he was killed in an ill-conceived guerrilla movement in Bolivia, Ernesto... Read More
Revealing book by archeology professor excavates meaning of Stone Age monuments. This book grows out of excavations Mike Parker Pearson and his teams made in and around Stonehenge from 2003 to 2009. A professor of archeology at the... Read More
As seen through the author’s eyes, war distorts and reconfigures everything it touches—bodies, minds, values, fraternal and romantic relationships, local and national economies, and, indeed, the entire context of life. None can stand... Read More
All ex-con Corey Logan wants to do is regain custody of her fifteen-year-old son, Billy, and begin to construct a “normal” life with him, a life that includes spending a lot of time on her old wooden boat, the Jenny Ann, which... Read More
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