• The Family

    The Family

    “By any objective measure… Bush is a name that belongs next to Adams, Kennedy and Roosevelt as a force whose influence spans decades,” the Washington Post reports. This book documents the collective careers of the family all the way through George W. Bush, but makes a star of his Poppy. Shelton Hull takes in the shine.

  • Nowhere Man

    Aleksandar Hemon’s Nowhere Man follows the adventures of Jozef Pronek, a young Sarajevan stranded in Chicago. Terry Eagan shares his insight on this work examining identity and roles.

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