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The New York Times Guide to Essential Knowledge

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The new standard in reference from the nation's leading newspaper:
A thorough, authoritative, easy-to-use guide offering deeper coverage on a broad range of essential subjects.

Whether you are researching the history of the world, interested in learning more about an obscure medical procedure, exploring environmental trends, studying a great work of literature, looking for t
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Hardcover, 1104 pages
Published November 5th 2004 by St. Martin's Press
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Grant84
the best book i own. glance at it atleast once a week and learn something new
Velma
Perfect addition to the reading shelf over the commode.
Lindsey
Useful information. Definitely would have to buy rather than rent to get through it all.
Blanca
This is a huge book but filled with as stated by the title essential knowledge. I like this book because it does spark curiosity and I want my student to seek imformation on their own great way to start out is reading this book.
Becca
i look something up in this book at least once a week. but its also pretty good just to page through. times writers write the entries, so there tends to be good, interesting writing throughout.
Jennifer
Duh, it's essential! It says so right in the title. Sheesh.
Xavier Michael
There were a few typos in the book!!!
Val
Good book for bathroom reading.
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