In this combative, controversial book, Terry Eagleton takes issue with the prejudice that Marxism is dead and done with.
The prizewinning journalist turns her attention to a sensational murder trial in an unusual neighborhood in Queens, and discovers the elements of Greek tragedy.
Not so long ago, in certain great cosmopolitan cities on the shores of the eastern Mediterranean, Muslims, Christians, and Jews lived and flourished side by side. What can the histories of these cities tell us?
This exhilarating book explores the history of the universe from diverse perspectives—the sciences and the humanities—and offers a profoundly hopeful view of humankind's opportunity to create a vibrant future for Earth and all its inhabitants.
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