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Philosophy, Social & Women Studies

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With Bill Moyers. The runaway bestseller in illustrated format edition.
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Debussy, Busoni, Ives. All modern composers of the first order. Their most important contributions to culture were musical rather than literary; but when three highly successful practitioners of the musical art commit to writing their views on the nature and value of that art, the result is certain to be rewarding and stimulating.
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Written by Dave Robinson and illustrated by Judy Groves, Introducing Philosophy is a comprehensive graphic guide to the thinking of all the significant philosophers of the Western world from Heraclitus to Derrida.
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Author of In Defense of Food and Food Rules.
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Insanity in the light of modern art, literature and thought.
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A Memoir of Anorexia and Bulimia. Wasted is the story of one woman's travels to the darker side of reality, and her decision to find her way back- on her own terms.
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Edited by Carol Neuls-Bates. The voices of women such as Abbess Hildegard of Bingen, Clara Schumann, and Marian Anderson resonate as they emerge from the wide range of materials in this volume, which includes letters, diaries, poems, novels, and reviews that reveal women's achievements not only as patrons and educators but also as composers and performers.
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Translated with an introduction by George Bull and Notes on the artists by Peter Murray. In writing his Lives, Vasari revealed a literary talent that matched, or even outshone, his abilities as an artist and architect.
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