• Angels of Paris:

    An Architectural Tour Through the History of Paris

    by Rosemary Flannery

    Little Bookroom

    $19.95 List Price

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    Angels of Paris: An Architectural Tour through the History of Paris

    A memorable gift for Francophiles and armchair travelers, this delightful book captures the fanciful and romantic spirit of Paris through images of the countless angels that grace the city’s fountains and facades, monuments and mansions, rooftops, doorways, and window frames. …

    A memorable gift for Francophiles and armchair travelers, this delightful book captures the fanciful and romantic spirit of Paris through images of the countless angels that grace the city’s fountains and facades, monuments and mansions, rooftops, doorways, and window frames.

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  • Masterpieces of Orientalist Art:

    The Shafik Gabr Collection

    by ACR Edition

    M Shafik Gabr

    $395.00 List Price

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    Masterpieces of Orientalist Art: The Shafik Gabr Collection

    Join us for the launch of this sumptuous volume showcasing Shafik Gabr’s unsurpassed collection of Orientalist art, including masterpieces by many of the major nineteenth and twentieth century Orientalists.

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  • Alexander Maksik discusses SHELTER IN PLACE

    Alexander Maksik discusses his new novel, SHELTER IN PLACE: set in the Pacific Northwest in the early 1990s, the story follows a young man who falls in love for the first time while also experiencing the onset of bipolar disorder. When his mother, also bipolar, commits murder, the course of his life…

    Alexander Maksik discusses his new novel, SHELTER IN PLACE: set in the Pacific Northwest in the early 1990s, the story follows a young man who falls in love for the first time while also experiencing the onset of bipolar disorder. When his mother, also bipolar, commits murder, the course of his life changes forever. Alexander Maksik is the author of the novels You Deserve Nothing (Europa, 2011) and A Marker to Measure Drift (Knopf, 2013), which was a New York Times Book Review Notable Book, as well as a finalist for both the William Saroyan International Prize for Writing and Le Prix du Meilleur Livre Étranger.

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