V.S. Naipaul - History - 2010 - 256 pages
V.S. Naipaul. bodice and orhni. Her son had inherited the features which, on her,
were a trifle heavy. Her manner was simple, patient and selfeffacing. As soon as
she had greeted her son she withdrew. Dr Jagan and his wife were garlanded.
V.S. Naipaul - Fiction - 2011 - 284 pages
The story of a writer's singular journey—from one place to another, from the British colony of Trinidad to the ancient countryside of England, and from one state of mind to another—this is perhaps Naipaul's most autobiographical work.
V.S. Naipaul - Travel - 2010 - 304 pages
The result may be the most elegant and passionate book ever written about the subcontinent. From the Trade Paperback edition.
V. S. Naipaul - History - 2011
This book represents Naipaul’s last word on his homeland, complementing his two other India travelogues, An Area of Darkness and India: A Wounded Civilization.
Joseph Michelli - Business & Economics - 2011 - 256 pages
For those eager to do more than watch, Joseph Michelli deconstructs the Zappos story and makes it attainable.” —Seth Godin, author of Poke the Box About the Book: ZAPPOS.
Edward Baring - Political Science - 2011
In this powerful study Edward Baring sheds fresh light on Jacques Derrida, one of the most influential yet controversial intellectuals of the twentieth century.
Marilyn Fabe - Performing Arts - 2004 - 297 pages
Encompassing the earliest silent films as well as those that exploit the most recent technological innovations, this book gives us the particulars of how film—arguably the most influential of contemporary forms of ...
Meg Cabot, Mia Thermopolis - Fiction - 2009 - 432 pages
Princess Mia Thermopolis, Meg Cabot's most beloved character, has always been an outspoken animal-rights activist and committed environmentalist. In keeping with Mia's true spirit, Meg will be donating her advance to Greenpeace.
Jess Walter - Fiction - 2009 - 368 pages
The Zero is a groundbreaking novel, a darkly comic snapshot of our times that is already being compared to the works of Franz Kafka and Joseph Heller.