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Princes of the Renaissance

by Susan Waggoner

Mary Hollingsworth’s "Princes of the Renaissance" is a revealing account of the city-state dynasties that created unimaginable wealth, cut-throat competitions, and lavish displays of patronage, resulting in some of the Western... Read More

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Nothing to Declare

by Susan Waggoner

In Richard M. Ravin’s novel "Nothing to Declare", the bonds and boundaries of a friendship are tested by the swirling counterculture of the 1970s. When Jesse and Marty met in college, Jesse was an amiable, malleable art student; Marty... Read More

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On the Ho Chi Minh Trail

by Susan Waggoner

Combining interviews, history, and reportage, Sherry Buchanan’s "On the Ho Chi Minh Trail" illuminates the lives of women during the Vietnam War. Buchanan was a college student during the Vietnam War. Decades later, her interest in the... Read More

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