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Tomes and tunes from Pomona alumni and faculty
Book & Music

Tales of Moonlight and Rain
Anthony Chambers '65, professor of Japanese literature and literary translation at Arizona State University, offers a skillful new translation of this classic collection of early modern Japan.
Columbia University Press, 2006 - 248 pages - $27.50

You'll Never Make the Grade, Dear
Clara goes off to college to none other than Pomona College, where four chapters of the book are set. Addie Greene '63 tells a compelling story of Clara's desire for her mother's love and how worlds collide when she discovers her parents' past.
PublishAmerica, 2006 - 230 pages - $16.95

Broken Glass: A Family's Journey Through Mental Illness
Robert V. Hine Jr. '48, professor emeritus of history at University of California, Irvine, shares his struggle to help his daughter through delusions, medications and raising children. University of New Mexico Press, 2006 -204 pages - $17.95

When a Family Member Has Dementia: Steps to Becoming a Resilient Caregiver
Susan McCurry '74 provides practical and accessible methods in "The Dementia Dance" program for those caring for dementia sufferers, while giving a glimpse into their world. Praeger Publishers, 2006 - 166 pages - $39.95

The Book of the Dead
The final chapter of longtime duo Douglas Preston '78 and Lincoln Child's action-packed trilogy continues to follow FBI agent Aloysius Pendergast and his diabolical brother Diogenes, again set in the fictional New York Museum of Natural History.
Warner Books, 2006 - 452 pages - $25.95

Risking Difference: Identification, Race, and Community in Contemporary Fiction and Feminism
Jean Murdy Wyatt '61, professor of English and comparative literary studies at Occidental College, explores multicultural feminist communities in both fiction and non-fiction works. State University of New York Press, 2004 - 286 pages - $29.95

Sagehen Tracks
Eclatante Amarante Lucas Harris '96 plays theorbo and lute on this beautiful tribute to 17th-century French soprano Anne Chabanceau de La Barre, a journey through the language of passions. Elisabeth Belgrano, 2004 - $16.50

Catch Me If You Can Assistant Professor of Anthropology Jennifer Perry and husband, Dave Daniels, co-wrote all but the title track on Dave Daniels Band's debut album. Vocals also by the duo. DFDmusik, 2007.
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