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Racial Terror & Totalitarianism

Mary Helen Washington Solidarity
African American anti-fascist intellectuals sought to link colonialism and U.S.-style racism with European fascism using a variety of rhetorical and artistic means. This book offers a portrait of those efforts.

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Willing to Be Reckless

Ange Mlinko Poetry Magazine
This new edition of the poetry of early 20th Century modernist poet Marianne Moore will be welcomed by all who love her formally innovative, humorous, and deeply humanist verse.

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Is Patricia Highsmith's "The Price of Salt" Crime Fiction?

John Copenhaver Lamda Literary
Patricia Highsmith published "The Price of Salt" in 1952 under the name "Claire Morgan," a pseudonym. Since then, the book has become a classic of lesbian literature. Filmmaker Todd Haynes has recently released "Carol," his film adaptation of the novel, to wide acclaim. John Copenhaver reconsiders the original novel, guiding us through this suspenseful tale.
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