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The Bohemians

A dazzling novel of one of America's most celebrated photographers, Dorothea Lange, exploring the wild years in San Francisco that awakened her career defining grit, compassion, and daring.

In 1918, Dorothea Lange leaves the East Coast for California, where a disaster kick starts a new life. Her friendship with Caroline Lee, a vivacious, straight talking woman with a complicated past, gives her entrée into Monkey Block, an artists' colony and the bohemian heart of San Francisco. Dazzled by Caroline and her friends, Dorothea is catapulted into a heady new world of freedom, art, and politics. She also finds herself unexpectedly and unwisely falling in love with Maynard Dixon, a brilliant but troubled painter. Dorothea and Caroline eventually create a flourishing portrait studio, but a devastating betrayal pushes their friendship to the breaking point and alters the course of their lives.

The Bohemians captures San Francisco in the glittering and gritty 1920s, with cameos from such legendary figures as Mabel Dodge, Frida Kahlo, Ansel Adams, and DH Lawrence. At the same time, it is eerily resonant with contemporary themes, as anti immigration sentiment, corrupt politicians, and the Spanish flu bring tumult to the city and as the gift of friendship and the possibility of self invention persist against the ferocious pull of history.

Leonora in the Morning Light

One of O, The Oprah Magazine’s “Most Anticipated Historical Fiction Novels That Will Sweep You Away” and LitHub’s “Most Anticipated Books of 2021.” For fans of Amy Bloom’s White Houses and Colm Tóibín’s The Master, a page turning novel about Surrealist artist Leonora Carrington and the art, drama, and romance that defined her coming of age during World War II.1940. A train carrying exiled German prisoners from a labor camp arrives in southern France. Within moments, word spreads that Nazi capture is imminent, and the men flee for the woods, desperate to disappear across the Spanish border. One stays behind, determined to ride the train until he reaches home, to find a woman he refers to simply as “her.” 1937. Leonora Carrington is a twenty year old British socialite and painter dreaming of independence when she meets Max Ernst, an older, married artist whose work has captivated Europe. She follows him to Paris, into the vibrant revolutionary world of studios and cafes where rising visionaries of the Surrealist movement like Andre Breton, Pablo Picasso, Lee Miller, Man Ray, and Salvador Dali are challenging conventional approaches to art and life. Inspired by their freedom, Leonora begins to experiment with her own work, translating vivid stories of her youth onto canvas and gaining recognition under her own name. It is a bright and glorious age of enlightenment—until the shadow of war looms over Europe and headlines emerge denouncing Max and his circle as “degenerates,” leading to his arrest and imprisonment. Left along as occupation spreads throughout the countryside, Leonora battles terrifying circumstances to survive, reawakening past demons that threaten to consume her. As Leonora and Max embark on remarkable journeys together and apart, the full story of their tumultuous and passionate love affair unfolds, spanning time and borders as they seek to reunite and reclaim their creative power in a world shattered by war. When their paths cross with Peggy Guggenheim, an art collector and socialite working to help artists escape to America, nothing will be the same. Based on true events and historical figures, Leonora in the Morning Light is an unforgettable story of love, art, and destiny that restores a twentieth century heroine to her rightful place in our collective imagination.

The Hard Crowd: Essays 2000-2020

A career spanning collection of spectacular essays about politics and culture

Rachel Kushner has established herself as a master of the essay form. In The Hard Crowd, she gathers a selection of her writing from over the course of the last twenty years that addresses the most pressing political, artistic, and cultural issues of our times—and illuminates the themes and real life terrain that underpin her fiction.

In nineteen razor sharp essays, The Hard Crowd spans literary journalism, memoir, cultural criticism, and writing about art and literature, including pieces on Jeff Koons, Denis Johnson, and Marguerite Duras. Kushner takes us on a journey through a Palestinian refugee camp, an illegal motorcycle race down the Baja Peninsula, 1970s wildcat strikes in Fiat factories, her love of classic cars, and her young life in the music scene of her hometown, San Francisco. The closing, eponymous essay is her manifesto on nostalgia, doom, and writing.

These pieces, new and old, are electric, phosphorescently vivid, and wry, and they provide an opportunity to witness the evolution and range of one of our most dazzling and fearless writers.

Everybody: A Book about Freedom

 The body is a source of pleasure and of pain, at once hopelessly vulnerable and radiant with power. In her ambitious, brilliant sixth book, Olivia Laing charts an electrifying course through the long struggle for bodily freedom, using the life of the renegade psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich to explore gay rights and sexual liberation, feminism, and the civil rights movement.

Drawing on her own experiences in protest and alternative medicine, and traveling from Weimar Berlin to the prisons of Joseph McCarthy’s America, Laing grapples with some of the most significant and complicated figures of the past century—among them Nina Simone, Christopher Isherwood, Andrea Dworkin, Sigmund Freud, Susan Sontag, and Malcolm X. Arriving at a moment in which basic bodily rights are once again imperiled, Everybody is an investigation into the forces arranged against freedom and a celebration of how ordinary human bodies can resist oppression and reshape the world.

Letters to Camondo

A tragic family history told in a collection of imaginary letters to a famed collector, Moise de Camondo

Letters to Camondo is a collection of imaginary letters from Edmund de Waal to Moise de Camondo, the banker and art collector who created a spectacular house in Paris, now the Musée Nissim de Camondo, and filled it with the greatest private collection of French eighteenth century art.

The Camondos were a Jewish family from Constantinople, “the Rothschilds of the East,” who made their home in Paris in the 1870s and became philanthropists, art collectors, and fixtures of Belle Époque high society, as well as being targets of antisemitism―much like de Waal's relations, the Ephrussi family, to whom they were connected. Moise de Camondo created a spectacular house and filled it with art for his son, Nissim; after Nissim was killed in the First World War, the house was bequeathed to the French state. Eventually, the Camondos were murdered by the Nazis.

After de Waal, one of the world’s greatest ceramic artists, was invited to make an exhibition in the Camondo house, he began to write letters to Moise de Camondo. These fifty letters are deeply personal reflections on assimilation, melancholy, family, art, the vicissitudes of history, and the value of memory.

The Free World: Art and Thought in the Cold War

In his follow up to the Pulitzer Prize winning The Metaphysical Club, Louis Menand offers a new intellectual and cultural history of the postwar years
The Cold War was not just a contest of power. It was also about ideas, in the broadest sense economic and political, artistic and personal. In The Free World, the acclaimed Pulitzer Prize winning scholar and critic Louis Menand tells the story of American culture in the pivotal years from the end of World War II to Vietnam and shows how changing economic, technological, and social forces put their mark on creations of the mind.

How did elitism and an anti totalitarian skepticism of passion and ideology give way to a new sensibility defined by freewheeling experimentation and loving the Beatles? How was the ideal of freedom applied to causes that ranged from anti communism and civil rights to radical acts of self creation via art and even crime?

With the wit and insight familiar to readers of The Metaphysical Club and his New Yorker essays,Menand takes us inside Hannah Arendt's Manhattan, the Paris of Jean Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, Merce Cunningham and John Cage's residences at North Carolina's Black Mountain College, and the Memphis studio where Sam Phillips and Elvis Presley created a new music for the American teenager. He examines the post war vogue for French existentialism, structuralism and post structuralism, the rise of abstract expressionism and pop art, Allen Ginsberg's friendship with Lionel Trilling, James Baldwin's transformation into a Civil Right spokesman, Susan Sontag's challenges to the New York Intellectuals, the defeat of obscenity laws, and the rise of the New Hollywood.

Stressing the rich flow of ideas across the Atlantic, he also shows how Europeans played a vital role in promoting and influencing American art and entertainment. By the end of the Vietnam era, the American government had lost the moral prestige it enjoyed at the end of the Second World War, but America's once despised culture had become respected and adored. With unprecedented verve and range, this book explains how that happened.

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Takie twarze miewali słynni oszuści. Dzięki tej twarzy może być każdym: w Witebsku Mesjaszem, w Leningradzie — profesorem. Kiedy przyjeżdża do Warszawy, miejscowym wyznawcom przypomina Mickiewicza. Kiedy umiera w Leningradzie, uczniowie widzą w nim Chrystusa. Przyjaciel robi ostatnią serię portretów. (Na pierwszym rysunku twarz jeszcze żyje. Na drugim jest martwa jak poduszka).

Kim jest bohater tej opowieści? Twórcą, prorokiem czy może wielkim mistyfikatorem? W książce Marcina Wichy spacer po wyimaginowanej wystawie prac Malewicza staje się pretekstem do opowieści o utopijnych projektach i niespełnionych marzeniach, o rosyjskiej rewolucji i naszej współczesności.

Eksponatami są tu obrazy, znaki interpunkcyjne, buraki cukrowe i ludzkie losy. Autor umyka muzealnej narracji, z uśmiechem i nie bez ironii podejmuje grę z konwencją artystycznej biografii, a jednocześnie, już całkiem serio, próbuje znaleźć język zdolny uchwycić istotę malarstwa i daje przy tym niezwykły popis literackiego kunsztu.

Tego dnia sam chce być farbą. Czuć tę farbę na sobie. Chce się nią posmarować. Owinąć. Chce ją zobaczyć całym ciałem, bez użycia oczu. Nie chce być malarzem. Chce być obrazem. Kolorem. Wszystkimi kolorami. Najlepiej królem kolorów w kolorowej szacie. Chce mieć kolorowe skrzydła, zostawiać za sobą barwną smugę.

The People's Painter: How Ben Shahn Fought for Justice with Art

A lyrically told, exquisitely illustrated biography of influential Jewish artist and activist Ben Shahn“The first thing I can remember,” Ben said, “I drew.” As an observant child growing up in Lithuania, Ben Shahn yearns to draw everything he sees—and, after seeing his father banished by the Czar for demanding workers’ rights, he develops a keen sense of justice, too. So when Ben and the rest of his family make their way to America, Ben brings both his sharp artistic eye and his desire to fight for what’s right. As he grows, he speaks for justice through his art—by disarming classmates who bully him because he’s Jewish, by defying his teachers’ insistence that he paint beautiful landscapes rather than true stories, by urging the US government to pass Depression era laws to help people find food and jobs. In this moving and timely portrait, award winning author Cynthia Levinson and illustrator Evan Turk honor an artist, immigrant, and activist whose work still resonates today: a true painter for the people.  

Shaped by Her Hands: Potter Maria Martinez

The most renowned Native American Indian potter of her time, Maria Povika Martinez learned pottery as a child under the guiding hands of her ko ōo, her aunt. She grew up to discover a new firing technique that turned her pots black and shiny, and made them and Maria famous. This inspiring story of family and creativity illuminates how Maria's belief in sharing her love of clay brought success and joy from her New Mexico Pueblo to people all across the country.

A Little Devil in America: Notes in Praise of Black Performance

A stirring meditation on Black performance in America from the New York Times bestselling author of Go Ahead in the Rain

At the March on Washington in 1963, Josephine Baker was fifty seven years old, well beyond her most prolific days. But in her speech she was in a mood to consider her life, her legacy, her departure from the country she was now triumphantly returning to. “I was a devil in other countries, and I was a little devil in America, too,” she told the crowd. Inspired by these few words, Hanif Abdurraqib has written a profound and lasting reflection on how Black performance is inextricably woven into the fabric of American culture. Each moment in every performance he examines—whether it’s the twenty seven seconds in “Gimme Shelter” in which Merry Clayton wails the words “rape, murder,” a schoolyard fistfight, a dance marathon, or the instant in a game of spades right after the cards are dealt—has layers of resonance in Black and white cultures, the politics of American empire, and Abdurraqib’s own personal history of love, grief, and performance.

Abdurraqib writes prose brimming with jubilation and pain, infused with the lyricism and rhythm of the musicians he loves. With care and generosity, he explains the poignancy of performances big and small, each one feeling intensely familiar and vital, both timeless and desperately urgent. Filled with sharp insight, humor, and heart, A Little Devil in America exalts the Black performance that unfolds in specific moments in time and space—from midcentury Paris to the moon, and back down again to a cramped living room in Columbus, Ohio.

At Ann Coulter and Coulter gives the kid what Michelle calls a trademark verbal lashing You know that Ann and her rapier wit The lashing goes like this From that far away and he can t even hit me The kid was apparently up close to the Murder Maker podium Hey I ve never thrown aie at anyone but I imagine it s difficult to actually hit a نشانی‌ها person with aie without smushing it in their face It s not like throwing a Frisbee or a shoe To actually hit someone in the face with a vertical and not a horizontal Ask Yourself This pie would reuire theie to travel or at least alight in a kind of stand up Good Witch, Bad Witch position which I suppose is aerodynamically impossibleAnyway that s not much of a lashing and maybe there was to it but that s all we got Michelle can give overage after The Tokyo Zodiac Murders page to all the nasty thingseople say about her and she can t give us a taste of Ann Coulter s trademark wit Guess we ll just have to take her word for itThen there s the bit about Ward Churchill Churchill a Yours, Mine and Ours (Second Chances professor at the University of Colorado had much to say about the 9 11 attacks some of itretty outrageous but none of it in my opinion outside the bounds of allowable speech Couldn t the freedom loving always fair minded Conservatives have stood for the man s freedom if not for the man Instead they Riverview, Gone But Not Forgotten pilloried Churchill harassing and hounding him until he lost hisosition at the university for reasons they Boneshaker (BA 43-500, pilloried Churchill harassing and hounding him until he lost hisosition at the university for reasons had nothing to do with his 9 11 comments reasons some feel were excusesWhat I most hated about the book wasn t the olitics Michelle is syndicated in my local daily so I knew exactly what I was getting into before I checked the book out of the library What I most hated was how tiresome it was You want to make the case the Liberals are Deranged Fine Go For It But The fine go for it but the time could we have a little in the way of analysis and not so many anecdotes Why are they angry Aren t you curious Don t you care Or are you content speaking just to the folks who think the way you do Is what you re doing nothing than confirming and rousing their indignation But wait Your audience is conservative and those folks aren t angry are they Lighten up Michelle I know lenty of Liberals and they re not all angry and derange. S that are not for the faint of heart Malkin chronicles the bizarre world of foaming at the mouth Leftists in their natural habitats the mainstream media academia Hollywood and Washingto. Berals are deranged violent folks who hate America Conservatives I only use the word because they it are God fearing atriotic Americans Assault From The under assault from the else deranged LiberalsI finished the book in an afternoon and not because I couldn t ut it down I could and did a lot but I was determined to make it to the end and it was a Saturday and I usually give Saturdays over to soft reading swashbucklers Westerns and I couldn t escape the nagging injustice I didn t deserve to be reading a olitical diatribe on a Saturday afternoonThe book was written in 2005 so it s maybe not fair to review it now it s a book about the situation in America nearly ten years ago and things change oh do they change If Liberals were angry and deranged back then who s deranged now in 2013Why were the Liberals so angry Well 2 Rant presidential elections one ending when they stopped counting the votes SCOTUS s decision robbing President Bush of the legitimacy he might otherwise have had and robbing SCOTUS of legitimacy too Folks who crowed when the courtut their man in the White House might better have taken a sober look There were legitimate uestions raised about the 2004 election too Super Minds Level 2 Students Book with DVD-ROM particularly in Ohio and the war in Ira Something fishy there These were just some of the sources of left wing anger in 2005 none of which the book explores The book only looks at how angry the Liberals were or wereresumed to be and doesn t ask whyIt s anecdote Challenged to Win piled on top of anecdote It sroof in case you didn t get it from the Introduction or from the back cover of just how unhinged Liberals had become All those rampaging violent left wingers and who are the victims Conservatives Make that God fearing rational Kids Draw Knights, Kings, Queens, Dragons peace loving Conservatives The book is also filled with apologies The anecdotes end with the Liberals apologizing or stubbornly refusing to apologize when an apology is clearly in order I suppose it might have made the book somewhat bearable had Michelle been witty or clever but her zingers are snarky ugly even as she uotes ad nauseum the ugly things she has to endure Again the Internet can be a very uglylaceHer barbs lack zingA sampleA college kid throws a ie. Cously skewers the myths of liberal tolerance eace and civility while responding to the incendiary insults and vile slurs directed at her and other conservatives With infuriating detail.

review Unhinged Exposing Liberals Gone Wild

Michelle Malkin catalogs the indecency and intolerance of the left as they seek to discredit everyone with whom they disagree Argumentum ad hominem argumentum to discredit everyone with whom they disagree Argumentum ad hominem argumentum nauseum and argumentum ad misericordiam appeal to emotion are their favorite methods of attack and are reproduced in stunning detailplease note i do not in stunning detailPLEASE NOTE I do not Documentation of oh so sensitive liberals run amok Fun read In her 2005 book this conservative author lists many examples where liberalsDemocratsradical leftists have given vent to mean or hateful sometimes even vicious statements and behavior An interesting book but one I would not really want to recommend because many of her examples and uotes for which the author does give copious references are too for which the author does give copious references are too of foul language Good not much extremely new except a few revelations of the insanity of the left and terrible racist screeds toagainst her More screed than bookWas there anything at all I liked about this book Anything The Color of a Leader positive I could say about it Well it was short and that s no small thing but as short as it was it was a stern test of my resolve to finish any and all books I startedDisclosure I skipped a section in the middleage after Into the Planet page of mean things folks said about Michelle on her website hello it s the Internet and I skimmed OK raced through the final 20 or soages not sure until the very end if I d finish it or just throw it across the roomA few years ago I tried to read one of Rush Limbaugh s books The Limbaugh book was long really long and I tried and couldn t make it to the end It was that awful The theme I m the great Rush Limbaugh here to tell you what to think and with my inimical humorous way of Dusk (Rosales Saga, putting things you know that gift from God thing you ll be informed even as you re entertained It didn t work for me Rush is what the World Wrestling Federation used to be before it was unmasked serious sport or entertainment depending on what best suited it at the moment and not so good in this reviewers opinion at either The lesson I got from it was never againUntil I decided to do it againThe theme of Malkin s book is simple enough and hard to miss with the way she beats you over the head with it Li. Unhinged Exposing Liberals Gone Wild is Michelle Malkin's unrestrained and uncensored exposé of hate mongering Leftists With wit wisdom and a bulletroof vest Malkin ruthlessly and rau. .
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