Penguin: Library of America Fall 2016

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    Series: Library of America Elmore Leonard Edition
    Elmore Leonard: Four Later Novels (LOA #280) Get Shorty / Rum Punch / Out of Sight / Tishomingo Blues Elmore Leonard, Gregg Sutter
    9781598534924 Hardcover FICTION / Crime On Sale Date: August 30, 2016
    $51.00 CAD 5.2 x 8.2 x 1.1 in | 1000 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      The definitive edition of an American master of crime fiction culminates with four modern classics. In Get Shorty, a Miami loan shark with an idea for a movie finds a way to break into Hollywood as a producer, the perfect setup for Elmore Leonard’s brilliantly satiric take on an industry he knew well. Rum Punch (filmed by Quentin Tarantino as Jackie Brown in 1997) shows an aging bail bondsman and an airline stewardess matching wits against lawmen and criminals alike. In Out of Sight, deputy U.S. marshal Karen Sisco and escaped bank robber Jack Foley find themselves thrust together in a highrisk fusion of violent adventure and unlikely romance; included as a special feature is “Karen Makes Out,” the story that introduced Sisco. The collection concludes with Tishomingo Blues, a kaleidoscopic story involving exhibition high divers, Civil War reenactors, and an unforgettable cast of gangsters and hustlers. This is Elmore Leonard at his unbeatable best.
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      The editor of this volume, Detroit native Gregg Sutter first met Elmore Leonard in 1979 and began working for him in 1981. He is currently at work on a biography of Leonard, from his unique perspective as his full-time researcher for more than thirty years.
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      9781598534924Elmore Leonard: Four Later Novels (LOA #280)Elmore Leonard HardcoverAug 30, 2016$51.00Library of America
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    Series: Library of America Ursula K. Le Guin Edition
    Ursula K. Le Guin: The Complete Orsinia (LOA #281) Malafrena / Stories and Songs Ursula K. Le Guin, Brian Attebery
    9781598534931 Hardcover FICTION / Historical On Sale Date: September 06, 2016
    $45.00 CAD 5.3 x 8.1 x 1.1 in | 700 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      The inaugural volume of Library of America’s Ursula K. Le Guin edition gathers her complete Orsinian writings, enchanting, richly imagined historical fiction collected here for the first time. Written before Le Guin turned to science fiction, the novel Malafrena is a tale of love and duty set in the central european country of Orsinia in the early nineteenth century, when it is ruled by the Austrian empire. The stories originally published in Orsinian Tales (1976) offer brilliantly rendered episodes of personal drama set against a history that spans Orsinia’s emergence as an independent kingdom in the twelfth century to its absorption by the eastern Bloc after World War II. The volume is rounded out by two additional stories that bring the history of Orsinia up to 1989, the poem “Folksong from the Montayna Province,” Le Guin’s first published work, and two never before published songs in the Orisinian language.
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      Ursula K. Le Guin is one of the most celebrated writers of her generation, recipient of multiple Hugo, Nebula, Locus, and World Fantasy Awards. In 2014, she was awarded the National Book Foundation Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters.

      Brian Attebery, editor, is professor of English at Idaho State University and the editor of Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts. He edited The Norton Book of Science Fiction (1997) with Ursula K. Le Guin and Karen Joy Fowler and is the author of Stories About Stories: Fantasy and the Remaking of Myth (2014) and Decoding Gender in Science Fiction (2002), among other books.
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      9781598534931Ursula K. Le Guin: The Complete Orsinia (LOA #281)Ursula K. Le Guin HardcoverSep 06, 2016$45.00Library of America
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    The Age of Movies: Selected Writings of Pauline Kael A Library of America Special Publication Pauline Kael, Sanford Schwartz
    9781598535082 Paperback PERFORMING ARTS / Film On Sale Date: September 27, 2016
    $33.95 CAD 6.4 x 9.5 x 1.4 in | 864 pages Carton Quantity: 16 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      "Film criticism is exciting just because there is no formula to apply," Pauline Kael once observed, "just because you must use everything you are and everything you know." Between 1968 and 1991, as regular film reviewer for The New Yorker, Kael used those formidable tools to shape the tastes of a generation, enthralling readers with her gift for capturing, with force and fluency, the essence of an actor's gesture or the full implication of a cinematic image. Kael called movies "the most total and encompassing art form we have," and she made her reviews a platform for considering both film and the worlds it engages, crafting in the process a prose style of extraordinary wit, precision, and improvisatory grace. To read The Age of Movies, the first new selection in more than a generation, is to be swept up into an endlessly revealing and entertaining dialogue with Kael at her witty, exhilarating, and opinionated best. Her ability to evoke the essence of a great artist-an Orson Welles or a Robert Altman-or to celebrate the way even seeming trash could tap deeply into our emotions was matched by her unwavering eye for the scams and self-deceptions of a corrupt movie industry. Here in this career spanning collection are her appraisals of the films that defined an era-among them Breathless, Bonnie and Clyde, The Leopard, The Godfather, Last Tango in Paris, Nashville-along with many others, some awaiting rediscovery, all providing the occasion for masterpieces of observation and insight, alive on every page.
      Bio
      Pauline Kael reached national attention in the 1960s, first in a brief stint as critic for The New Republic, finally as a longtime fixture at The New Yorker (1968-1991). She was considered by many to be the most influential American film critic of the last 50 years. She died in September of 2001.
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      9781598535082The Age of Movies: Selected Writings of Pauline KaelPauline Kael PaperbackSep 27, 2016$33.95Library of America
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      "Pauline Kael was not only one of our greatest film critics, but one of our best nonfiction prose writers. Her range is on brilliant display in this thrilling collection, reminding us what all the excitement was and still is about." — Phillip Lopate
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    Series: Library of America John O'Hara Edition
    John O'Hara: Stories (LOA #282) John O'Hara, Charles McGrath
    9781598534979 Hardcover FICTION / Short Stories On Sale Date: September 13, 2016
    $51.00 CAD 5.2 x 8.2 x 1.1 in | 880 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      Writing with equal insight about New York City, Hollywood, and the small-town Pennsylvania world where he grew up, John O’Hara cultivated an unsentimental and often unsparing realism, aiming, he said, “to record the way people talked and thought and felt . . . with complete honesty.” Praised by contemporaries including Ernest Hemingway and Dorothy Parker, he wrote about sex, drinking, and social class with a frankness ahead of its time. The fiction he published in The New Yorker (more than any other writer to this day) came to epitomize the kind of short story featured in that magazine, and his impeccable ear and skillful dialogue have influenced later writers such as Raymond Carver. Bringing together sixty stories written over four decades—the largest, most comprehensive collection of O’Hara’s stories ever published—former New York Times Book Review editor Charles McGrath presents a fresh and arresting new perspective on one of American literature’s master storytellers.
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      Charles McGrath, editor, is a writer at large at The New York Times, and was formerly editor of The New York Times Book Review and deputy editor of The New Yorker.
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      9781598534979John O'Hara: Stories (LOA #282)John O'Hara HardcoverSep 13, 2016$51.00Library of America
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    Kurt Vonnegut: The Complete Novels A Library of America Boxed Set Kurt Vonnegut, Sidney Offit
    9781598535099 Undefined FICTION / General On Sale Date: October 04, 2016
    $186.00 CAD 6.5 x 5.5 x 8.25 in | 3317 pages Carton Quantity: 2 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      The ultimate Vonnegut: all 14 novels plus a selection of the best of his stories in a definitive collector's boxed set.

      The novels of Kurt Vonnegut defined a generation a remain among the most enduringly popular and influential works of the last century. Now, for the first time, they are available in a single collector's edition, featuring authoritative annotated texts. This boxed set includes four Library of America volumes:

      Novels & Stories 1950-1962
      Player Piano / The Sirens of Titan / Mother Night

      Novels & Stories 1963-1973
      Cat's Cradle / God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater / Slaughterhouse-Five / Breakfast of Champions

      Novels 1976-1985
      Slapstick / Jailbird / Deadeye Dick / Galapagos

      Novels 1987-1997
      Bluebeard / Hocus Pocus / Timequake
      Bio
      Sidney Offit, editor of the Library of America's four-volume Kurt Vonnegut edition, has written novels, books for young readers, and memoirs including, most recently, Friends, Writers, and Other Countrymen. He was senior editor of Intellectual Digest, book editor of Politics Today, and contributing editor of Baseball Magazine. He wrote the foreword to Look at the Birdie, a collection of Kurt Vonnegut’s unpublished short fiction.
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      9781598535099Kurt Vonnegut: The Complete NovelsKurt Vonnegut UndefinedOct 04, 2016$186.00Library of America
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      "This is likely the most attractive edition of Vonnegut you'll ever own." — Gary K. Wolfe, Locus Magazine
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    Series: Library of America Jack Kerouac Edition
    The Unknown Kerouac (LOA #283) Rare, Unpublished & Newly Translated Writings Jack Kerouac, Todd Tietchen, Jean-Christophe Cloutier
    9781598534986 Hardcover BIOGRAPHY & AUTOBIOGRAPHY / Literary Figures On Sale Date: September 27, 2016
    $45.00 CAD 5.2 x 8.2 x 1 in | 504 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      In On the Road and other iconic works, Jack Kerouac created a quintessentially American voice and a revolutionary prose style. This remarkable gathering of previously unpublished writings reveals as never before the extraordinary literary journey that led to his phenomenal success—a journey with deep roots in the language and culture of Kerouac’s French Canadian childhood.

      Edited and published with unprecedented access to the Kerouac archives, The Unknown Kerouac presents two lost novels, The Night Is My Woman and Old Bull in the Bowery, which Kerouac wrote in French during the especially fruitful years of 1951 and 1952. Discovered among his papers in the mid-nineties, they have been translated into English for the first time by Jean-Christophe Cloutier, who incorporates Kerouac’s own partial translations.

      Also included are two journals from the heart of this same crucial period. In Private Philologies, Riddles, and a Ten-Day Writing Log, Kerouac recounts a brief stay in Denver—where he works on an early version of On the Road, reads dime novels, and even rides in a rodeo—and shows him contemplating writers like Chaucer and Joyce and playing with riddles and etymologies. Journal 1951, begun during a stay in a Bronx VA hospital, charts, in ecstatic, moving, and self-revealing pages, the wave of insights and breakthroughs that led Kerouac to the most singular transformation of American prose style since Hemingway.

      This landmark volume is rounded out with the memoir Memory Babe, a poignant evocation of childhood play and reverie in a robust immigrant community, in which Kerouac uncannily retrieves and distills the subtlest sense impressions. And finally, in an interview with his longtime friend and fellow Beat John Clellon Holmes and in the late fragment Beat Spotlight Kerouac reflects on his meteoric career and unlooked for celebrity.
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      Todd Tietchen, editor, is Associate Professor of English at the University of Massachusetts, Lowell. He edited Jack Kerouac’s The Haunted Life and Other Writings (2014) and the Library of America volume Kerouac: Visions of Cody, Visions of Gerard, Big Sur (2015). Jean-Christophe Cloutier, translator, is Assistant Professor of English at the University of Pennsylvania. He edited La vie est d’hommage (2016), a comprehensive volume of Kerouac’s original French writings.
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      9781598534986The Unknown Kerouac (LOA #283)Jack Kerouac HardcoverSep 27, 2016$45.00Library of America
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    Reporting World War II: The 75th Anniversary Edition A Library of America Boxed Set Samuel Hynes, Anne Matthews, Nancy Caldwell Sorel, Roger J. Spiller
    9781598535105 Undefined HISTORY / Military On Sale Date: October 11, 2016
    $85.00 CAD 5.4 x 8.6 x 2.8 in | 1882 pages Carton Quantity: 6 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      This deluxe two-volume collector's boxed set captures a world at war as seen through the eyes of a generation's greatest reporters.

      Released to mark the 75th anniversary of America's entrance into World War II, this Library of America two-volume boxed set gathers the acclaimed collection that evokes an extraordinary period in American history—and in American journalism. In two authoritative Library of America volumes, nearly 200 pieces by 80 writers record events from Munich to the birth of the nuclear age. Included are reports by William L. Shirer, Edward R. Murrow, Martha Gellhorn, Ernie Pyle, Margaret Bourke-White, and scores of other of the era's great journalists, as well as the complete texts of two books: Bill Mauldin's Up Front, the classic evocation of war from the GI's point of view, presented with his famous cartoons, and Hiroshima, John Hersey's compassionate account of the first atomic bombing and its aftermath. Each volume contains a chronology, maps, biographical profiles, notes and a glossary, and 32 pages of photographs.
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      Samuel Hynes is Woodrow Wilson Professor of Literature emeritus at Princeton University. He was a Marines Corps pilot in World War II and the Korean Conflict.

      Anne Matthews has served on the faculties of Princeton, Columbia, and New York University, and she was the first woman to direct the Princeton Writing Program.

      Nancy Caldwell Sorel (1934-2015) was the author of The Women Who Wrote the War, among other works.

      Roger J. Spiller is George C. Marshall Distinguished Professor of Military History (retired) at the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
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      9781598535105Reporting World War II: The 75th Anniversary EditionSamuel Hynes UndefinedOct 11, 2016$85.00Library of America
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    Series: Library of America Albert Murray Edition
    Albert Murray: Collected Essays & Memoirs (LOA #284) The Omni-Americans / South to a Very Old Place / The Hero and the Blues / Stomping the Blues / The Blue Devils of Nada / other writings Albert Murray, Henry Gates Jr., Paul Devlin
    9781598535037 Hardcover LITERARY COLLECTIONS / American On Sale Date: October 18, 2016
    $58.00 CAD 5.1 x 8.2 x 1.3 in | 1072 pages Carton Quantity: 20 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      In his 1970 classic The Omni-Americans, Albert Murray (1916–2013) took aim at protest writers and social scientists who accentuated the “pathology” of race in American life. Against narratives of marginalization and victimhood, Murray argued that black art and culture, particularly jazz and blues, stand at the very headwaters of the American mainstream, and that much of what is best in American art embodies the “blues-hero tradition”— a heritage of grace, wit, and inspired improvisation in the face of adversity. Murray went on to refine these ideas in The Blue Devils of Nada and From the Briarpatch File, and all three landmark collections of essays are gathered here for the first time, together with Murray’s memoir South to a Very Old Place, his brilliant lecture series The Hero and the Blues, his masterpiece of jazz criticism Stomping the Blues, and eight previously uncollected pieces.
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      Henry Louis Gates Jr., co-editor, is the Alphonse Fletcher University Professor and Director of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research at Harvard University. Emmy Award–winning filmmaker, literary scholar, journalist, cultural critic, and institution builder, Gates has authored or coauthored twenty-one books and created fifteen documentary films. He is the editor of two other volumes in the Library of America series, Frederick Douglass: Autobiographies and, with William L. Andrews, Slave Narratives.

      Paul Devlin, co-editor, teaches English at the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy and has published essays and criticism in many periodicals. He is the editor of Murray Talks Music: Albert Murray on Jazz and Blues (2016) and Rifftide: The Life and Opinions of Papa Jo Jones, as told to Albert Murray (2011), a finalist for the Jazz Journalists Association’s book award.
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      9781598535037Albert Murray: Collected Essays & Memoirs (LOA #284)Albert Murray HardcoverOct 18, 2016$58.00Library of America
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      "Albert Murray's best nonfiction has been gathered in a plump and welcome volume from the Library of America. . . . His writing about racism can prickle your skin. . . . To paraphrase Murray's praise of Ellison's Invisible Man, reading this book is like watching someone take a 12-bar blues song and score it for a full orchestra." — Dwight Garner, The New York Times
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    Loren Eiseley: Collected Essays on Evolution, Nature, and the Cosmos A Library of America Boxed Set Loren Eiseley, William Cronon
    9781598535051 Undefined SCIENCE / Essays On Sale Date: November 15, 2016
    $90.00 CAD 5.41 x 8.52 x 2.4 in | 1066 pages Carton Quantity: 8 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      A modern Thoreau explores the mysteries of the universe in this deluxe collector's boxed set.

      To read Loren Eiseley (1907–1977) is to renew a sense of wonder at the miracles and paradoxes of evolution and the ever-changing diversity of life. At the height of a distinguished career as a “bone-hunter” and paleontologist, Eiseley turned from fieldwork and scientific publication to the personal essay in six remarkable books that are masterpieces of prose style. Weaving together anecdote, philosophical reflection, and keen observation with the soul and skill of a poet, Eiseley offers a brilliant, companionable introduction to the sciences, paving the way for writers like Carl Sagan, Stephen Jay Gould, and Neil deGrasse Tyson. Now for the first time, the Library of America presents his landmark essay collections in a definitive two-volume set.

      Beginning with the surprise million-copy seller The Immense Journey (1957), Eiseley produced an astonishing succession of books that won acclaim both as science and as art. Here, for the first time in a single collector’s edition, are all of Eiseley’s beloved, thought-provoking, sometimes darkly lyrical essay collections, from The Immense Journey to the posthumous The Star Thrower (1978). Eiseley’s subjects are wide-ranging, curious, and meticulously realized: the role of flowering plants in evolution; a disturbing insect, seen in childhood; the questions raised by a new fossil; a forgotten episode in the history of science. Beginning with close observation and vivid detail, Eiseley is fearless and imaginative in pursuit of the cosmological dimensions of the phenomena he describes.
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      William Cronon, editor, is America’s leading environmental historian. A winner of the MacArthur Fellowship, he is the author of Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England (1983) and Nature’s Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West (1991), and currently serves as Frederick Jackson Turner and Vilas Research Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
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      9781598535051Loren Eiseley: Collected Essays on Evolution, Nature, and the CosmosLoren Eiseley UndefinedNov 15, 2016$90.00Library of America
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      “Loren Eiseley’s work changed my life.” —Ray Bradbury


      “As captivating as today’s best-known science writers might be, no one has ever managed to make the pursuit of knowledge feel more soulful or more immediate than Loren Eiseley did in the essays and books he published in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s.” —Ben Cosgrove, The Daily Beast
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    Series: Library of America Loren Eiseley Edition
    Loren Eiseley: Collected Essays on Evolution, Nature, and the Cosmos Vol. 1 (LOA #285) The Immense Journey, The Firmament of Time, The Unexpected Universe, uncollected prose Loren Eiseley, William Cronon
    9781598535068 Hardcover SCIENCE / Philosophy & Social Aspects On Sale Date: November 15, 2016
    $45.00 CAD 5.1 x 8.2 x 1 in | 528 pages Carton Quantity: 24 Canadian Rights: Y Library of America
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      An eminent paleontologist with the soul and skill of a poet, Loren Eiseley (1907–1977) was among the twentieth century’s greatest inheritors of the literary tradition of Henry David Thoreau, Charles Darwin, and John Muir, and a precursor to such later writers as Stephen Jay Gould, Richard Dawkins, and Carl Sagan. After decades of fieldwork and discovery as a “bone-hunter” and professor, Eiseley turned late in life to the personal essay, and beginning with the surprise million-copy seller The Immense Journey (1957) he produced an astonishing succession of books that won acclaim both as science and as art. Now for the first time, the Library of America presents his landmark essay collections in a definitive two-volume set.

      This first volume begins with Eiseley’s debut collection, which displays his far-reaching knowledge and boundless curiosity about the mysteries of the natural world. Here are vivid accounts of prehistoric ecosystems, the origins of consciousness, the search for “living fossils” at the bottom of the sea, and the complexities of our evolutionary inheritance. Here too are literary qualities and aspirations that led many to hail Eiseley as a “modern Thoreau”: his quest for the ultimate meanings and cosmological significance of natural phenomena, along with his immense expressive gifts. 

      The Firmament of Time
      (1960), a lyrical and meditative tour de force, looks back at the many ways in which the sciences have been shaped by the changing cultures in which they developed. Examining the role of metaphor in scientific thought, anticipations of scientific discoveries in the works of poets and novelists, and the “unconscious conformity” of scientific theory to prevailing orthodoxies, Eiseley argues provocatively for the ongoing relevance to scientific progress of dreams, the imagination, and the irrational.

      In his wide-ranging collection The Unexpected Universe (1969), Eiseley turns to the theme of the voyage of discovery: accounts of the mythical and historic journeys of Odysseus, Captain Cook, and Darwin frame his own more modest wanderings in the environs of Philadelphia. Sometimes he travels no farther than the local dump: and yet, like Homer’s hero or these great explorers, he continually finds a universe “not only queerer than we suppose, but queerer than we can suppose.” 

      As an added feature, this volume presents a selection of Eiseley’s uncollected prose, including early autobiographical sketches, vivid and haunting entries from his private notebooks, and his 1957 lecture “Neanderthal Man and the Dawn of Human Paleontology.”

      A companion volume presents The Invisible Pyramid (1970), The Night Country (1971), and the essays gathered after his death in The Star Thrower (1978).
      Bio
      William Cronon, editor, is America’s leading environmental historian. A winner of the MacArthur Fellowship, he is the author of Changes in the Land: Indians, Colonists, and the Ecology of New England (1983) and Nature’s Metropolis: Chicago and the Great West (1991), and currently serves as Frederick Jackson Turner and Vilas Research Professor at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.


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      9781598535068Loren Eiseley: Collected Essays on Evolution, Nature, and the Cosmos Vol. 1 (LOA #285)Loren Eiseley HardcoverNov 15, 2016$45.00Library of America
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      “Loren Eiseley’s work changed my life.” —Ray Bradbury


      “As captivating as today’s best-known science writers might be, no one has ever managed to make the pursuit of knowledge feel more soulful or more immediate than Loren Eiseley did in the essays and books he published in the 1950s, ’60s and ’70s.” —Ben Cosgrove, The Daily Beast


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