New Releases Tagged "Academia"

A Lesson in Vengeance
All's Well
How We Fall Apart (How We Fall Apart, #1)
In My Dreams I Hold a Knife
The Devil Makes Three
For Your Own Good
Kill All Your Darlings
No Study Without Struggle: Confronting Settler Colonialism in Higher Education
The Maidens
If We Were Villains
In My Dreams I Hold a Knife
Never Saw Me Coming
The Girls Are All So Nice Here
They Never Learn
Friends Like These
The Nine Lives of Rose Napolitano
How We Fall Apart (How We Fall Apart, #1)
Catherine House
Girls with Bright Futures
Kill All Your Darlings
The Truants
All Girls
Advances in Visual Methodology by Sarah PinkThe Future of Visual Anthropology by Sarah PinkEthnographic Film by Karl G. HeiderMade to Be Seen by Marcus BanksAmerican Ethnographic Film and Personal Documentary by Scott MacDonald
Visual Anthropology
14 books — 3 voters
Slaughterhouse-Five by Kurt Vonnegut Jr.A Good Man Is Hard to Find and Other Stories by Flannery O'ConnorThe Cider House Rules by John IrvingA Thousand Acres by Jane SmileyThe World According to Garp by John Irving
The Iowa Writers' Workshop
137 books — 27 voters

Half-Real by Jesper  JuulHamlet on the Holodeck by Janet H. MurrayPlaying with Feelings by Aubrey AnableReady Player Two by Shira ChessLiterary Gaming by Astrid Ensslin
Game Studies Study Buddies
32 books — 2 voters

Six Characters in Search of an Author and Other Plays by Luigi PirandelloThus Spoke Zarathustra by Friedrich NietzscheRobert Schumann by John WorthenThe Communist Manifesto by Karl MarxMax Bruch by Christopher Fifield
Bonn University
99 books — 10 voters

The Secret History
Dear Committee Members
If We Were Villains
Straight Man
How to Write a Lot: A Practical Guide to Productive Academic Writing
Ninth House (Alex Stern, #1)
The Professor Is In: The Essential Guide To Turning Your Ph.D. Into a Job
Frankenstein: The 1818 Text
On Beauty
The Marriage Plot
Lucky Jim

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E.A. Bucchianeri
There are times when wisdom cannot be found in the chambers of parliament or the halls of academia but at the unpretentious setting of the kitchen table.
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David Lodge
As is perhaps obvious, Morris Zapp had no great esteem for his fellow-labourers in the vineyards of literature. They seemed to him vague, fickle, irresponsible creatures, who wallowed in relativism like hippopotami in mud, with their nostrils barely protruding into the air of common-sense. They happily tolerated the existence of opinions contrary to their own — they even, for God’s sake, sometimes changed their minds. Their pathetic attempts at profundity were qualified out of existence and larg ...more
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