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Boys Stories and a Novella   Boys
Stories and a Novella

David Lloyd
In part, an indictment of how American society shapes and misshapes its children, Boys also celebrates the creativity and wonder that are a part of adolescence.
Forestport Breaks   The Forestport Breaks
A Nineteenth-Century Conspiracy along the Black River Canal

Michael Doyle
In The Forestport Breaks, Michael Doyle illuminates a fresh and fascinating chapter in the colorful history of the Erie Canal. This is the canal's shadowy side, a world of political rot and plotting men, and it extended well beyond one rough and tumble town. The Forestport breaks marked the only time New York officials charged men with conspiring to destroy canal property, but they were also illustrative of the widespread rascality surrounding the canal.

The Daguerreotype   The Daguerreotype
A Novel

Patrick Gregory
The life of a woman in Victorian England was fraught with social restrictions and professional obstacles. And so Elizabeth Gow, young and ambitious, must give up a future of academic promise at a fashionable London seminary for women to travel to America with her father. All hope vanishes as she boards the ship that will carry her to an uncertain future in an unknown land.
A Reader's Guide to William Faulkner   A Reader's Guide to William Faulkner
The Short Stories

Edmond L. Volpe
This Reader's Guide is a companion to Edmond L. Volpe's highly acclaimed Reader's Guide to William Faulkner: The Novels.

 Origins of the American Income Tax   The Origins of the American Income Tax
The Revenue Act of 1894 and its Aftermath

Richard J. Joseph
A lively written text makes this volume accessible to both lay person and tax scholar. Its stories of corporate taxation, rarely if ever divulged before, are highly relevant today.

Playing Nice and Losing   Playing Nice and Losing
The Struggle for Control of Women's Intercollegiate Athletics, 1960-2000

Ying Wushanley
Playing Nice and Losing looks into the evolution of women's intercollegiate athletics from a historical perspective and examines the demise of the Association for Intercollegiate Athletics for Women (AIAW).

John Redmond and Irish Unity, 1912-1918   John Redmond and Irish Unity, 1912-1918
Joseph P. Finnan
John Redmond was one of the most influential leaders of Irish nationalism. A classic tragic hero, Redmond displayed more integrity than his fellow contemporary Irish leaders. He was a sophisticated intellectual with an open mind but was plagued by a fatal flaw-his unreasonable optimism. Redmond's trust in British politicians, especially his Liberal allies, led him and Ireland to the events that probably had the most impact on Irish history since the Great Famine of the 1840s-his active support for Great Britain in the first World War. It severely damaged Anglo-Irish relations for three generations, and if Redmond's brand of inclusive, cosmopolitan nationalism would have been introduced sooner, it could have saved Britain and Ireland from decades of conflict.

Anglo-Irish Autobiography   Anglo-Irish Autobiography
Class, Gender, and the Forms of Narrative

Elizabeth Grubgeld
By examining many previously neglected texts, Grubgeld both recovers lost voices and shows their work can revise our understanding of such major literary figures as George Bernard Shaw, W. B. Yeats, John Synge, Elizabeth Bowen, and Louis MacNiece.

Irish Orientalism   Irish Orientalism
A Literary and Intellectual History

Joseph Lennon
Centuries before W. B. Yeats wove Indian, Japanese, and Irish forms together in his poetry and plays, Irish writers found kinships in Asian and West Asian cultures. This book maps the unacknowledged discourse of Irish Orientalism within Ireland's complex colonial heritage. Relying on cultural and postcolonial theory, Joseph Lennon examines Irish impressions of Asia and West Asia, understood together as the Orient in the West.

Joyce and Reality   Joyce and Reality
The Empirical Strikes Back

John Gordon
"Joyce was a realist, but his reality was not ours," writes John Gordon in his new book. Here, he maintains that the shifting styles and techniques of Joyce's works is a function of two interacting realitiesdashthe external reality of a particular time and place and the internal reality of a character's mental state.
  A Dickens Glossary for American Readers
Fred Levit
Whether it is used as a dictionary or simply browsed for enjoyment, this is an indispensable guide to the lost language of Charles Dickens.
Making Space   Making Space
Revisioning the World, 1475-1600

John Rennie Short
In his latest work, John Rennie Short reveals how the spatial discourses of the sixteenth century formed a remarkable revolution that changed the way the world was represented.
Abolitions Axe   Abolition’s Axe
Beriah Green, Oneida Institute, and the Black Freedom Struggle

Milton C. Sernett
Chronicling the career of Beriah Green (1795-1874), theologian, educator, reformer, and one of New York's most important abolitionists, this book is the first published history of Green and his attempt to create a model biracial society.
Globalization and the Muslim World   Globalization and the Muslim World
Culture, Religion, and Modernity

Edited by Birgit Schaebler and Leif Stenberg
Written by scholars from a range of disciplines concerned with the Middle East and Islam (history, religious studies, anthropology, sociology, political science) and covering the Muslim world extensively (from Malaysia, Turkey, Sudan, Egypt, Israel/Palestine to Muslim communities in Europe and the United States), this important contribution to the debate on globalization sets a standard in dealing with this pervasive force in the field of Islamic and Middle Eastern studies.
Journal of Turkish Literature   Journal of Turkish Literature (JTL)
Talat Sait Halman, Editor-in-Chief
Laurent Mignon, Associate Editor
The Center for Turkish Literature at Bilkent University in Ankara (Turkey) proudly announces the publication of the Journal of Turkish Literature, the first scholarly journal in English devoted in its entirety to Turkish literature, from its outset to the present day.
Mohammad Mosaddeq and the 1953 Coup in Iran   Mohammad Mosaddeq and the 1953 Coup in Iran
Edited by Mark J. Gasiorowski and Malcolm Byrne
The book examines the turbulent political climate that prevailed in Iran during Mosaddeq's tenure, the confrontation between Iran and Britain for control over Iran's oil, the strategic considerations that led U.S. officials to opt for a coup, and the details of the coup itself. Based on exhaustive research by leading academic experts in the field, this is the most authoritative account of the tragic events that led to the overthrow of Mosaddeq. With the recent declassification of CIA documents regarding the 1953 coup that overthrew Mohammad Mossadeq's government in Iran, there is an opportunity for new in-depth analysis into not only the coup d'état itself but the events that inevitably led up to it.
  Beasts in Their Wisdom
Eugene K. Garber
"In Garber's uncanny tales the margins of real and imaginary, human and animal, give way to an eerie domain of magical ambiguity. . . . These are provocative stories, vividly written, and full of surprisesdashthe work of a grandly talented storyteller."
Edited by Eugene Paul Nassar
This testimonial volume of Francis Fiorentino's work exhibits Fiorentino as a master of design and color, a great draftsman, and an intuitive and powerful creator of symbols of the human condition.

Local Sketches   Local Sketches
Eugene Paul Nassar
Twenty-one vignettes on the history and literature of Central New York, illustrated by twenty-five drawings and paintings by Robert Cimbalo, nationally and internationally known graphics artist and painter.

Winslow Homer in the Adirondacks   Winslow Homer in the Adirondacks
David Tatham
"Winslow Homer made his first visit to the Adirondacks in 1870 and his last in 1910, just two months before his death. His first and subsequent visits to the region coincided with the growing public concern that led to the creation of the Adirondack Forest Preserve in 1885 and the Adirondack State Park in 1892. . . . David Tatham demonstrates very convincingly that Homer's 'Adirondack oils and watercolors constitute a highly original examination of the human race's relationship to the natural world at a time when long-established assumptions about humans, nature, and art itself were undergoing profound change'. . . . The visual focus is upon the artist's twenty-four Adirondack oils and watercolors that are superbly reproduced in full color. . . . An impressive work that is fully worthy of its subject."
Blueline Anthology   The Blueline Anthology
Edited by Rick Henry, Anthony O. Tyler, Stephanie Coyne-DeGhett, Myra Gann, Alan Steinberg, and Alice Wolf Gilborn
A collection of the best prose and poetry from the Adirondack-based journal, Blueline.
Freshwater Fishes of the Northeastern United States   Freshwater Fishes of the Northeastern United States
A Field Guide

Robert G. Werner
Informative, accurate, and easily comprehended by the scientist and the layperson, this book will be a useful tool for anyone interested in northeastern United States fish identification, life history, and distribution. Robert G. Werner presents the most current information available to aid in identifying the most distinguishable characteristics. The guide includes illustrations that accurately depict the morphology and color of fishes in the region. A source of detailed information, the book goes beyond simple identification to include complete species and reference lists.
From Abbotts to Zurich New York State Placenames   From Abbotts to Zurich
New York State Placenames

Ren Vasiliev
Explores the origins of nearly 2500 names of settlements, villages, towns, and cities in New York State.
Adirondack Atlas A Geographic Portrait of the Adirondack Park   The Adirondack Atlas
A Geographic Portrait of the Adirondack Park

Jerry Jenkins with Andy Keal
The Adirondack Atlas provides a portal to the past, a mirror of the present, and a window to the future for a remarkable land and its people. It brings to life the rich mix of history, culture, economics, and wilderness that characterizes the Adirondack region, including its vast capacity for adaptation and recovery.
Round Barns of New York   Round Barns of New York
Richard Triumpho
This fascinating chronicle shows how these eccentric barns rose to fashion, why so few survived in New York State, and why the remaining are worth studying and preserving as legitimate architecture and as a record of agricultural progress in New York.
Big Moose Lake in the Adirondacks   Big Moose Lake in the Adirondacks
The Story of the Lake, the Land, and the People

Edited by Jane A. Barlow
This is the story of Big Moose Lake brought to life by 259 antique postcards and family photographs and previously unpublished memoirs, oral histories, diary entries, and personal correspondence of the men and women who settled the area.
All In a Day's Work   All In a Day's Work
Scenes and Stories from an Adirondack Medical Practice

Daniel Way, M.D.
Combining autobiography with travelogue, landscape photography, and scores of illustrated vignettes of patients from an Adirondack medical practice.
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