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On Immunity: An Inoculation
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|September 15, 2015

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The hugely acclaimed New York Times Best Seller, now available in paperback! *A National Book Critics Circle Award Finalist* ONE OF THE BEST BOOKS OF 2014: The New York Times Book Review (Top 10), Entertainment Weekly (Top 10) , New York Magazine , Chicago…
Having And Being Had
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|September 1, 2020

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A timely and arresting new look at affluence by a consistently surprising writer “My adult life can be divided into two distinct parts,” Eula Biss writes, “the time before I owned a washing machine and the time after.” Having just…
Notes From No Man's Land: American Essays
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|November 6, 2018

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Winner of the National Book Critics Circle Award for Criticism Winner of the Graywolf Press Nonfiction Prize Acclaimed for its frank and fascinating investigation of racial identity, and reissued on its ten-year anniversary, Notes from No Man's Land begins with…
Of Woman Born: Motherhood As Experience And Institution
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|This title releases April 6, 2021

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IMMUNITÉ
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|March 30, 2018

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Waveform: Twenty-First-Century Essays by Women

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Waveform celebrates the role of women essayists in contemporary literature. Historically, women have been instrumental in moving the essay to center stage, and Waveform continues this rich tradition, further expanding the dynamic genre’s boundaries and…
“I Don't See Color”: Personal and Critical Perspectives on White Privilege

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Who is white, and why should we care? There was a time when the immigrants of New York City’s Lower East Side—the Irish, the Poles, the Italians, the Russian Jews—were not white, but now “they” are. There was a time when the…