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Dantes Inferno
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|April 1, 1994

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A new telling of Dante's Inferno , this translation is the most fluent, grippingly readable version of the famous poem yet, and—with all the consummate technical skill that is the hallmark of Sean O'Brien's own poetry—manages the near-impossible…
Plays in One Act
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|December 27, 2005

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A dazzling collection and already a standard reference for those interested in contemporary drama, Plays in One Act is a unique compilation of plays and monologues that showcases a stunning and diverse array of work from some of the most important voices in…
Not For Bread Alone: Writers on Food, Wine, and the Art of Eating

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Twenty-two acclaimed writers celebrate the art of eating Wendell Berry • Colette • William Corbett • Michael Dorris • Alexandre Dumas • M. F .K. Fisher • Michael Frank • Betty Fussell • Evan Jones • Judith B. Jones…
Who's Writing This?: Fifty-five Writers on Humor, Courage, Self-Loathing, and the Creative Process

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After seeing a new translation of Jorge Luis Borges′s mini-essay "Borges and I" (included here), Halpern asked numerous writers to muse briefly on "the fictional persona ′behind the scenes,′" the alter(ed) ego that…
Not for Bread Alone: Writers on Food, Wine, and the Art of Eating

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Twenty-two acclaimed writers celebrate the art of eating Wendell Berry • Colette • William Corbett • Michael Dorris • Alexandre Dumas • M. F .K. Fisher • Michael Frank • Betty Fussell • Evan Jones • Judith B. Jones • Barbara Kafka • Madeline Kamman • Charles Lamb…
Who's Writing This?: Fifty-five Writers on Humor, Courage, Self-Loathing, and the Creative Process

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Who is really controlling the pen? Editor Daniel Halpern was profoundly curious about the creative process—so he asked fifty-five world-renowned writers to briefly muse on "the fictional persona behind the scenes," the alter(ed) ego who takes over when…