A Library With the Crusts Cut Off: New Titles in Graduate Services for January

Not too many books came in this January. Seeing that we were closed half the month, it shouldn’t be too much of a surprise. That said, Graduate Services has always been more about quality than quantity. It’s a library with the crusts cut off. A small place filled with great books. Here are some of the latest additions to it. Enjoy.



The Meaning of Sarkozy by Alain Badiou


Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action by Jurgen Habermas

letters of ted hughes

Letters of Ted Hughes ed. by Christopher Reid


Blind Rage: Letters to Helen Keller by Georgina Kleege


The Cambridge Edition of the Works of D.H. Lawrence: Mornings in Mexico and Other Essays ed. by Virginia Crosswhite Hyde


How Free is Free?: The Long Death of Jim Crow by Leon F. Litwack


Thousands of Broadways: Dreams and Nightmares of the American Small Town by Robert Pinsky


Dostoevsky’s Democracy by Nancy Ruttenburg


Ivanov by Anton Chekhov: A New Version by Tom Stoppard


The Unpublished Writings of Edith Wharton volume 1: Plays, ed. by Laura Rattray


The Unpublished Writings of Edith Wharton volume 2: Novels and Life Writing, ed. by Laura Rattray