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Winter 2003
Volume 40, No. 2

This Issue's Contents

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Sarah Dolinar

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Crones Don’t Whine: Concentrated Wisdom for Juicy Women
Jean Shinoda Bolen ’58 uses humor and insight to offer women 13 qualities to cultivate as they age, ranging from “Crones Listen to their Bodies” to “Crones Don’t Grovel.”
Conari Press 2003 • 233 pages • $19.95
Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, Steadfast Son of King George III, 1774–1850
Grace E. Moremen ’52 offers the first full biography ever written of Adolphus Frederick, Duke of Cambridge, youngest and, arguably, favorite son of King George III.
Edwin Mellen Press, 2002 • 520 pages • $139.95
In his second collection of verse, poet Joe Osterhaus ’82 uses the rigors of traditional English-language poetic forms to examine what are frequently the most mundane of subjects in imaginative ways that illuminate and surprise.
Zoo Press, 2002 • 72 pages • $14.95
The Boat of Dreams
Best-selling author Richard Preston ’76 wrote this moving Christmas tale for a friend dying of cancer. Three years later, he offers his fable of love, loss and hope to the public, donating part of the proceeds to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute.
Touchstone Books, 2003 • 128 pages • $15.00
The Cultural Nature of Human Development
In her new book, Barbara Rogoff ’71 integrates research and theory from several disciplines—from cross-cultural psychology to linguistic and psychological anthropology—to examine the impact of culture in human development.
Oxford University Press, 2002 • 448 pages • $25.00
The Perils of Peppermints
In this long-awaited sequel to her popular, award-winning Victorian thriller for juvenile readers, Peppermints in the Parlor, Barbara Brooks Wallace ’45 sends her heroine to a delightfully frightening boarding school in America.
Atheneum, 2003 • 272 pages • $16.95
The Copywrights
Paul Saint-Amour, assistant professor of English, examines today’s copyright wars in the context of such Victorian and modernist writers as Oscar Wilde and James Joyce, whose work wrestled with the intellectual property laws of their day.
Cornell University Press, 2003 • 296 pages • $35.00
Manet, Flaubert, and the Emergence of Modernism: Blurring Genre Boundaries
Pomona Professor of English Arden Reed combines art history and literary criticism to study the blending of genres by the canonical “fathers” of modernism.
Cambridge University Press, 2003 • 372 pages • $90.00


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