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Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

by Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson, presidente del Instituto Aspen, ha sido presidente de la CNN y director ejecutivo de la revista Time. Es autor de Einstein, su vida y su universo, Benjamin Franklin: An American Life y Kissinger: A Biography, y es coautor, con Evan Thomas, de The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made. Vive con su esposa en Washington, D.C.
Hitler

Hitler

by Ian Kershaw

Adolf Hitler has left a lasting mark on the twentieth-century, as the dictator of Germany and instigator of a genocidal war, culminating in the ruin of much of Europe and the globe. This innovative best-seller explores the nature and mechanics of Hitler's power, and how he used it. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Einstein

Einstein

by Walter Isaacson

Walter Isaacson, presidente del Instituto Aspen, ha sido presidente de la CNN y director ejecutivo de la revista Time. Es autor de Einstein, su vida y su universo (Debate, 2008), Benjamin Franklin: An American Life y Kissinger: A Biography, y es coautor, con Evan Thomas, de The Wise Men: Six Friends and the World They Made. Vive con su mujer en Washington, D.C.Walter Isaacson is the CEO of the Aspen Institute, has been chairman of CNN and the managing editor of... Read more about this item
John Adams

John Adams

by David McCullough

McCullough's popular biography of the second U.S. president, John Adams was the winner for the 2002 Pulitzer Prize for Biography and was later made into a TV miniseries on HBO starring Paul Giamatti as John Adams in 2008.
Last Train To Memphis

Last Train To Memphis

by Peter Guralnick

This is the first of two volumes that make up what is arguably the definitive Elvis biography. Rich in documentary and interview material, this volume charts Elvis' early years and his rise to fame, taking us up to his departure for Germany in 1958. Of all the biographies of Elvis - this is the one you will keep coming back to.
Truman

Truman

by David McCullough

The Pulitzer Prize–winning biography of Harry S. Truman, whose presidency included momentous events from the atomic bombing of Japan to the outbreak of the Cold War and the Korean War, told by America’s beloved and distinguished historian.

The life of Harry S. Truman is one of the greatest of American stories, filled with vivid characters—Roosevelt, Churchill, Stalin, Eleanor Roosevelt, Bess Wallace Truman, George Marshall, Joe McCarthy, and Dean Acheson—and dramatic events. In this riveting... Read more about this item
Destruction Of the European Jews

Destruction Of the European Jews

by Raul Hilberg

The Destruction of the European Jews is a book published in 1961 by historian Raul Hilberg. Hilberg revised his work in 1985, and it appeared in a new three-volume edition. It is largely held to be the first comprehensive historical study of the Holocaust. According to Holocaust historian, Michael R.
Titan

Titan

by Ron Chernow

Ron Chernow's first book, The House of Morgan, won the National Book Award and the Ambassador Award for the year's best study of American culture. His second book, The Warburgs, won the Eccles Prize as the Best Business Book of 1993 and was also selected by the American Library Association as one of that year's best nonfiction books. In reviewing his recent collection of essays, The Death of the Banker, The New York Times called the author "as elegant an architect of monumental histories as we've... Read more about this item
The Power Broker

The Power Broker

by Robert A Caro

Robert Caro’s monumental book makes public what few outsiders knew: that Robert Moses was the single most powerful man of his time in the City and in the State of New York. And in telling the Moses story, Caro both opens up to an unprecedented degree the way in which politics really happens—the way things really get done in America’s City Halls and Statehouses—and brings to light a bonanza of vital information about such national figures as Alfred E. Smith and Franklin D. Roosevelt (and the... Read more about this item
Relee

Relee

by Douglas Southall Freeman

From the foreward: “After I had accepted the invitation Charles Scribner’s Sons extended me in 1915 to write a biography of General Robert E. Lee I was surprised to find that much the larger part of the source material had never been consulted… For these reasons it became necessary to conduct a long research As this brought new facts to light, a work projected for one volume grew to four.”
Frida

Frida

by Hayden Herrera

This beautifully-illustrated and engrossing biography of the Mexican painter Frida Kahlo reveals a woman of extreme magnetism and originality and an artist whose sensual vibrancy came straight from her own experiences. Born and brought up near Mexico City during the Mexican Revolution, she suffered a devastating accident aged eighteen, which left her crippled and unable to bear children. Her marriage to the muralist Diego Riviera was tempestuous, and she had many love affairs with men as diverse as Isamu... Read more about this item
The House Of Rothschild

The House Of Rothschild

by Niall Ferguson

In his rich and nuanced portrait of the remarkable, elusive Rothschild family, Oxford scholar and bestselling author Niall Ferguson uncovers the secrets behind the family's phenomenal economic success. He reveals for the first time the details of the family's vast political network, which gave it access to and influence over many of the greatest statesmen of the age. And he tells a family saga, tracing the importance of family unity and the profound role of Judaism in the lives of a dynasty that rose... Read more about this item
American Sphinx

American Sphinx

by Joseph J Ellis

American Sphinx: The Character of Thomas Jefferson, is a 1996 book written by Joseph Ellis, a professor of History at Mount Holyoke College. It won the 1997 National Book Award (nonfiction).
Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler

by John Toland

John Toland, the author of fifteen works of history and fiction, including Infamy: World War II and Its Aftermath, received the Pulitzer Prize for his magisterial Rising Sun: The Decline of the Japanese Empire, 1936–1945. Mr. Toland died in 2004.
Living My Life

Living My Life

by Emma Goldman

Living My Life is the 993-page autobiography of Lithuanian-born anarchist Emma Goldman, published in two volumes in 1931 and 1934. Goldman wrote it in Saint-Tropez, France, following her disillusionment with the Bolshevik role in the Russian revolution. The text thoroughly covers her personal and political life from early childhood through to 1927, and has constantly remained in print since, in original and abridged editions.
The Paper Garden

The Paper Garden

by Molly Peacock

Molly Peacock is an acclaimed poet, essayist and creative nonfiction writer. Her latest work of nonfiction is The Paper Garden: Mrs. Delany Begins Her Life’s Work at 72, at once a biography of an extraordinary 18th century artist and a meditation on late-life creativity. Her most recent collection of poems is The Second Blush, love poems from a midlife marriage. As President of the Poetry Society of America, Molly Peacock was one of the creators of New York's Poetry in Motion program; coediting... Read more about this item
Monica's Story

Monica's Story

by Andrew Morton

The Sabbath

The Sabbath

by Abraham Joshua Heschel

Augustine Of Hippo

Augustine Of Hippo

by Peter Brown

An Empire Of Their Own

An Empire Of Their Own

by Neal Gabler

Che Guevara

Che Guevara

by Jon Lee Anderson

Elvis

Elvis

by Steve Dunleavy

Barbara Bush

Barbara Bush

by Barbara Bush

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Once Upon a Time

by Gloria Vanderbilt

Jewish Studies Books & Ephemera

Destruction Of the European Jews

Destruction Of the European Jews

by Hilberg, Raul

The Destruction of the European Jews is a book published in 1961 by historian Raul Hilberg. Hilberg revised his work in 1985, and it appeared in a new three-volume edition. It is largely held to be the first comprehensive historical study of the Holocaust. According to Holocaust historian, Michael R.
Tales Of the Hasidim

Tales Of the Hasidim

by Buber, Martin

Martin Buber (1878–1965), one of the paramount spiritual leaders of the twentieth century, is best known as the author of I and Thou—the basic formulation of his philosophy of dialogue—and for his appreciation of Hasidim, which made a deep impact on Christian as well as Jewish thinkers. Born in Vienna, and raised in Lemberg, Buber studied philosophy at the University of Berlin. Fleeing Nazi Germany in 1938, he emigrated to Israel, where he taught social philosophy at the Hebrew... Read more about this item
Chutzpah

Chutzpah

by Dershowitz, Alan M

The Blood Of His Servants

The Blood Of His Servants

by MacPherson, Malcolm C

The Street Where I Live

The Street Where I Live

by Lerner, Alan Jay

God In Search Of Man

God In Search Of Man

by Abraham Joshua Heschel

Behold the Jew

Behold the Jew

by Jackson, Ada

Poor Cousins

Poor Cousins

by Manners, Ande

The Hidden History Of Zionism

The Hidden History Of Zionism

by Schoenman, Ralph

Strangers and Natives

Strangers and Natives

by Teller, Judd L

Stranger At Home

Stranger At Home

by Neusner, Jacob