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A Gushing Fountain: A Novel
Martin Walser (translated by David Dollenmayer)Reviewed By:Susanne Klingenstein
Bring Back the Bureaucrats: Why More Federal Workers Will Lead to Better (and Sm
John J. DiIulio Jr.Reviewed By:Kevin R. Kosar
Christianity and Monasticism in Aswan and Nubia
edited by Gawdat Gabra and Hany N. TaklaReviewed By:Richard Tada
Eugene O’Neill: A Life in Four Acts
Robert M. DowlingReviewed By:John Simon
Leningrad: Siege and Symphony
Brian MoynahanReviewed By:Algis Valiunas
The Colonel and Hug: The Partnership That Transformed the New York Yankees
Steve Steinberg and Lyle SpatzReviewed By:Edward Achorn
Why Not Say What Happened by Morris Dickstein
Morris DicksteinReviewed By:William H. Pritchard
“They Can Live in the Desert  but Nowhere Else” by Ronald Grigor Suny
Ronald Grigor SunyReviewed By:Dominic Green
The B-Side by Ben Yagoda
Ben YagodaReviewed By:Michael Nelson
Great Myths of the Brain by Christian Jarrett
Christian JarrettReviewed By:Temma Ehrenfeld
The Wandering Mind by Michael C. Corballis
Michael C. CorballisReviewed By:Temma Ehrenfeld
Jon RonsonReviewed By:Sonny Bunch
Karen M. PagetReviewed By:Gabriel Schoenfeld
William G. Bowen and Eugene M. TobinReviewed By:Jonathan Marks
James T. CostaReviewed By:Christoph Irmscher
Charles Walters The Director Who Made Hollywood Dance
Brent PhillipsReviewed By:John Podhoretz