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The latest tomes by Pomona alumni

The Girls’ Guide to Life
Catherine Dee ’86 fills this how-to manual with common sense advice, inspiring stories and fun activities to empower and enrich the lives of young women everywhere.
Little, Brown and Company 2005 • 144 pages • $15.99

Unveiling the Prophet

The Misadventures of a Reluctant Debutante
In her memoir, Lucy Ferriss ’75 recalls the night of her entrance into society at the Veiled Prophet Ball and the forces of social change and cultural politics that altered her life.
University of Missouri Press 2005 • 155 pages • $19.95

Rubáiyát of Rover Khayyám
In 75 stanzas, author Malcolm Hall ’67 (aka Edward FitzHound) reimagines the famous Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam through the eyes of a poetic canine protagonist named Rover Khayyam.
Universe 2005 • 50 pages • $9.95

Pieces of Air in the Epic
Poet Brenda Hillman ’73 turns her lyrical lens to the element of air as an intimate, permeating
metaphor for relationships within the mind, nature, culture and spirit.
Wesleyan University Press 2005 • 104 pages • $22.95

Constituting the Community
Studies on the Polity of Ancient Israel

in Honor of S. Dean McBride Jr.
S. Dean McBride Jr. ’58 contributes to this collection of essays examining government in ancient Israel.
Eisenbrauns 2005 • 331 pages • $49.50

Issues in Journalism
A Discussion Guide for News Media Ethics

Journalism professor Maclyn McClary ’57 promotes lively and controversial debate about news media ethics with this guide, providing discussion questions at the end of his chapter.
BookSurge 2005 * $14.99 * 90 pages

The Harvard Medical School Guide to Healing Your Sinuses
Ralph Metson ’75, M.D., draws upon years of research in this educational guide for patients and provides up-to-date information on how to finally beat persistent sinus infections.
McGraw-Hill 2005 • 210 pages • $14.95

Creating the Chinese in American Popular Music and Performance, 1850s-1920s

Krystyn R. Moon ’97 examines how Chinese-Americans constructed and subverted Chinese stereotypes from 1850-1920.
Rutgers University Press 2005 • 220 pages • $23.95

Dance of Death
This latest novel in a series of bestselling thrillers from Douglas Preston ’78 and Lincoln Child
locks familiar hero Aloysius Pendergast in a deadly game of wits against his murderous brother.
Warner Books 2005 • 451 pages • $25.95
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