These Fragments I Have Shored Against My Ruins: New Books in Graduate Services for April

Not many lilacs or books coming in this month. But from those that did arrive, there’s sure to be some memory and desire that could sprout a bit of knowledge, right?  And besides, it’s our little way of letting you get caught up on the other books we already have you’ve been meaning to get to. Fragments shored against my Ruins? Sounds like a nice day at the beach reading a book and listening to noise. Maybe April isn’t the cruellest month after all. Enjoy.



Joseph II, Volume II: Against the World, 1780-1790 by Derek Beales


History of Venice volume 3 by Pietro Bembo translated by Robert W. Ulery, Jr.


Bringing It to the Table: On Farming and Food by Wendell Berry


The Politics of Subversion: A Manifesto for the Twenty-First Century by Antonio Negri


Blackout, Blowout & Beyond: Wole Soyinka’s Satirical Revue Sketches by Wole Soyinka Ed. by Martin Banham


The Burden of Memory, The Muse of Forgiveness by Wole Soyinka