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New Books in Graduate Services August 2017

One-way street

One-Way Street by Walter Benjamin

Bronzeville boys and girls

Bronzeville Boys And Girls by Gwendolyn Brooks illustrated by Faith Ringgold

Vulnerability in resistance

Vulnerability In Resistance edited by Judith Butler, Zeynep Gambetti, and Leticia Sabsay

Border Towns.

Border Towns by C.S. Giscombe

The literary in theory

The Literary In Theory by Jonathan Culler

The Pinkster King and the King of Kongo : the forgotten history of America's Dutch-owned slaves

The Pinkster King And The King Of Kongo: The Forgotten History Of America’s Dutch-Owned Slaves by Jeroen Dewulf

Macavity's not there! : a lift-the-flap book

Macavity’s Not There?: A Lift-The-Flap Book by T.S. Eliot and Arthur Robins

Skimbleshanks

Skimbleshanks The Railway Cat by T.S. Eliot and Arthur Robines

A change of class

The Cambridge Edition Of The Works Of F. Scott Fitzgerald: A Change Of Class edited by James L. W. West III

The dead and other stories

The Dead And Other Stories by James Joyce edited by Melissa Free

Observations : poems

Observations: Poems by Marianne Moore edited with a new introduction by Linda Leavell

The novel of the future

The Novel Of The Future by Anais Nin with a new introduction by Deirdre Bair

The man without a shadow

The Man Without A Shadow by Joyce Carol Oates

The mischievous muse : extant poetry and prose by Ibn Quzman of Cordoba (d. AH 555/AD 1160)

The Mischievous Muse: Extant Poetry And Prose by Ibn Quzman Of Cordoba Volumes 1 & 2 edited, translated, and notes by James T. Monroe

Strange vernaculars : how eighteenth-century slang, cant, provincial languages, and nautical jargon became English

Strange Vernaculars: How Eighteenth-Century Slang, Cant, Provincial Languages, And Nautical Jargon Became English by Janet Sorensen

Technics and time. 3, Cinematic time and the question of malaise

Technics And Time, 3: Cinematic Time And The Question Of Malaise by Bernard Stiegler

The waves

The Waves by Virginia Woolf edited with an introduction and notes by David Bradshaw

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