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  • Bealport by Jeffrey Lewis
    Bealport (English, Hardback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Bealport is a portrait of a place, at once sympathetic, mordant, unsparing, comic, tragic, and universal, and of a way of life that is passing. It is a novel of a town, and to no small degree of every town, in America and beyond.

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  • Star Life - Star Bright by Jeffrey Lewis
    Star Life - Star Bright (English, Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Arlen Seira is to become an experimental project for a group of 12 Spirit Beings based on the Pleiades star cluster. During the project, the Pleiadian Spirit Being gets to experience physical feelings and emotions. The physical experience enables the Spirit Beings to complete their apprenticeship program, thereby equipping them with the knowledge, skills, and emotional intelligence to then serve...

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  • The Guild Library Edition Volume 1 by Becky Cloonan
    The Guild Library Edition Volume 1 (English, Hardback) Becky Cloonan, Jeffrey Lewis

    Felicia Day, author of You're Never Weird on the Internet (Almost), brings her original webisodic-sensation to comics with the help of The Guild cast (most of 'em!), crew (producer Kim Evey and director Sean Becker), and an amazing group of artists....

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  • Gender & Sexuality for Beginners by Jaimee Garbacik
    Gender & Sexuality for Beginners (English, Paperback) Jaimee Garbacik, Jeffrey Lewis

    Gender and Sexuality for Beginners considers the uses and limitations of biology in defining gender. Questioning gender and sex as both categories and forms of compulsory identification, it critically examines the issues in the historical and contemporary construction, meaning and perpetuation of gender roles. It interweaves neurobiology, psychology, feminist, queer and trans theory, as well as...

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  • The Inquisitor's Diary by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Inquisitor's Diary (English, Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Mexico City, 1649. The Spanish Inquisition holds sway over the capital. Fray Alonso is the most zealous advocate of their mission; amidst the veiled discords of the Holy Office, his diary reveals a world where politics and sanctity are intertwined as he seeks to win the promotion that will gratify his aspirations of both stature and piety.

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  • The Minimum Means of Reprisal by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Minimum Means of Reprisal (English, Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    An analysis of China's nuclear and space capabilities, deployment strategies, and stance in arms control negotiations, and the implications for U.S. defense strategy.

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  • Immanence and Revelation by Hood Museum of Art
    Immanence and Revelation (English, Paperback) Hood Museum of Art

    Offers the most comprehensive scholarly examination of Ben Frank Moss's artistic inspirations and achievements to date

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  • Theme Song for an Old Show by Jeffrey Lewis
    Theme Song for an Old Show (Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Louie is a second generation TV guy. His father left the family to go west to work in the early days of television - now it's Louie's turn. With the force of tragedy and the laughs of high farce reduced to an absurdly tiny pixilated screen, it tells the story of a man's last chance to find his father.

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  • Berlin Cantata by Jeffrey Lewis
    Berlin Cantata (English, Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    A country house is owned successively by Jews, Nazis and Communists. In the country house, the American girl seeks her hidden past. In the girl, a local reporter seeks redemption. In the reporter, a false hero of the past seeks exposure. In the false hero, the American girl seeks a guide. And so it goes, a round of conspiracy and desire.

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  • Berlin Cantata by Jeffrey Lewis
    Berlin Cantata (Hardback) Jeffrey Lewis

    A country house is owned successively by Jews, Nazis and Communists. In the country house, an American girl seeks her hidden past. In the girl, a local reporter seeks redemption. In the reporter, a false hero of the past seeks exposure. In the false hero, the American girl seeks a guide.

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  • Adam the King by Jeffrey Lewis
    Adam the King (Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Taut, swift, and startling, Adam the King depicts the inexorability of fate against the backdrop of the money-mad '90s.

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  • The Inquisitor's Diary by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Inquisitor's Diary (English, Hardback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Mexico City, 1649. The Spanish Inquisition holds sway over the capital and at its core lies one ambition: the submission of all to the Catholic faith. This title traces the search for a transcendent divine truth, which is, perhaps, beyond our comprehension.

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  • The Meritocracy Quartet by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Meritocracy Quartet (English, Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Meritocracy Quartet comprises Jeffrey Lewis's four interlinking novels written between 2005-08, published in a single volume for the first time.

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  • Meritocracy by Jeffrey Lewis
    Meritocracy (Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    It's summer 1966: a small group of recent Yale graduates gather in a Maine summer cottage; an aura of power, earned and unearned, assumed and desired, hangs over this Ivy League world. Harry Nolan, the son of a United States senator about to enter the US Army and Sascha, his beautiful young bride, represent the apex of their generation.

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  • The Conference of the Birds by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Conference of the Birds (Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    It is the late '70s in Manhattan and God is dead. A group of people come together to explore the void left behind. Among them are the shy and sweet-natured Bobby, a gifted cartoonist and the group's mascot; Maisie, the acid-tongued rich girl who is fighting a two-front war against mental instability and Hodgkin's disease; and more.

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  • Cowbridge by Arthur Jeffrey Lewis Alden
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  • The Conference of the Birds by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Conference of the Birds (English, Hardback) Jeffrey Lewis

    The resonant sequel to Meritocracy: A Love Story.It is the late '70s in Manhattan and God is dead. A group of people come together to explore the void left behind. New York mongrels of the spiritual, as brash and defiant as their chaotic, bankrupt city, they embark on what seems like a journey described in the 12th century Persian poem that gives this powerful novel its title.Among them are the...

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  • Meritocracy by Jeffrey Lewis
    Meritocracy (English, Hardback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Meritocracy is the story of a generation when it was young, caught at the moment when history arrived to exact a tragic and inevitable price. It is the end of the summer of 1966 and a small group of friends, recent Yale graduates, gather in a Maine summer cottage to say good-bye to one of their own. Harry Nolan is joining the Army and may be sent to Vietnam. Also present is Harry's beautiful young...

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  • The Meritocracy Quartet by Jeffrey Lewis
    The Meritocracy Quartet (Paperback) Jeffrey Lewis

    Lewis has a rich and complex relationship with American culture, upon which his writing has drawn as deeply as it has influenced. This quartet is a four novel series, each of which follows the leaders of American culture through a decade of their lives, thereby tracing the very substance of America's contemporary history through its unfolding.

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  • The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States by Jeffrey Lewis
    The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States (English, CD-Audio) Jeffrey Lewis

    The 2020 Commission Report on the North Korean Nuclear Attacks Against the United States posits that there was a nuclear attack against the U.S. on March 21, 2020 by North Korea, and that a national bipartisan commission was created to investigate what and how it happened.

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