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  • Nez Perce Country

      The New York Times dubbed the late Alvin Josephy, Jr., our country's "leading non-Indian writer about Native Americans." Here Josephy describes the tribe that was the focus of much of his research and celebrates its "still-vibrant heritage."
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    Paris Between the Wars: Les Six
      A friend and I talk from time to time about places we'd like to visit-but with a twist. We get to travel not just through space, but also backward in time. So we've discussed L.A. in the Forties and San Francisco in the Sixties, maybe Greece in the Thirties. You get the idea.
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    Arnold Bax: Privilege and Passion
      Arnold Bax was born into a wealthy English family in 1883 and never had to work for a living. He was so talented a pianist that he could play the most difficult score at sight. He wrote music and poetry and short stories and an autobiography.
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    Vampires here, there and everywhere
  • Molvanîa

    Can you find it on a map?
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