Monthly Archives: September 2013

New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of September 30:

The story of American painting
Egyptian art
Star-spangled kitsch : an astounding and tastelessly illustrated exploration of the bawdy, gaudy, shoddy mass-art culture in this grand land of ours
Real life : Louisville in the twenties
MaddAddam : a novel
Nerve : poise under pressure, serenity under stress, and the brave new science of fear and cool
How to retire happy : the 12 most important decisions you must make before you retire
Unlearn your pain : a 28-day process to reprogram your brain
The notebooks of Leonardo da Vinci
Early American modernist painting, 1910-1935
Eugène Delacroix
Wisconsin death trip

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New Books This Week

Here’s what’s new for the week of September 3:

At the end of the Santa Fe Trail
Lean in : women, work, and the will to lead
Code talker
Invisible punishment : the collateral consequences of mass imprisonment
Fire in the ashes : twenty-five years among the poorest children in America
Her smoke rose up forever
Headless in Taos : the dark fated tale of Arthur Rochford Manby
Fanny Hill : memoirs of a woman of pleasure