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A History of Music in Western Civilization

Discussion by 15 Prominent Music Authorities, with Musical Examples

Explores the roots of the most influential music genres of our time, from anonymous 10th century troubadours to world-renowned 20th century composers. Essential listening for students and lovers of great music. Learn More
The Jewish Book of Why

Alfred J. Kolatch; read by Eli Wallach

Find answers to your most frequently asked questions about Jewish faith, worship, culture, and customs in this fascinating best seller. Learn More
The Second Jewish Book of Why

Alfred J. Kolatch; read by Theodore Bikel

The Jewish Book of Why answered fundamental questions of Jewish faith; this second volume digs deeper, addressing the complex, contemporary issues of today's society. Learn More
The Sword and the Shield

Christopher Andrew and Vasili Mitrokhin; read by Charles Stransky

The Sword and the Shield is a compelling—and historically significant—narrative destined to cast new light on the Soviet era. Learn More
The Endurance

Caroline Alexander; read by Michael Tezla and Martin Ruben

An extraordinary re-creation of the terrible beauty of Antarctica, the awful destruction of the ship The Endurance, and Shackleton’s crew’s heroic daily struggle for survival. A thrilling account of one of the last great adventures in the brave age of exploration. Learn More
The Pearl Harbor Collection

Gordon W. Prange with Donald M. Goldstein and Katherine V. Dillon; read by Tony Roberts

There is no better, more authoritative chronicle of Pearl Harbor and its repercussions than the three Gordon W. Prange titles collected here. Learn More
The Metaphysical Club

Louis Menand; read by Henry Leyva

This organization consisted of four members and probably existed for less than nine months. Yet its impact upon American intellectual life remains incalculable. Learn More
Picasso's War

Russell Martin; read by Oliver Wyman

Picasso's War sheds light on the conflict that was an ominous prelude to WWII and delivers an unforgettable portrait of a genius whose visionary statement about horror and terrible wounds of war still resonates today. Learn More

Daniel Ellsberg; read by Daniel Ellsberg and Dan Cashman

Covering the decade between his entry into the Pentagon and Nixon's resignation, Secrets is Ellsberg’s meticulously detailed insider's account of the secrets and lies that shaped American foreign policy during the Vietnam era. Learn More
Raising the Hunley

Brian Hicks and Schuyler Kropf; read by Harry Chase

Two prize-winning journalists, Brian Hicks and Schulyer Kropf, have chronicled this fascinating story of military daring, momentary victory, sudden death, buried secrets, persistence, and ultimate payoff. Learn More
Christ: A Crisis in the Life of God

Jack Miles; read by Grover Gardner

In his Pulitzer Prize-winning God: A Biography, Jack Miles posited the notion that the Old Testament God was a person, and then pondered his motives and actions as though the deity were a character in a novel. Now he turns his attention to Jesus in the New Testament. Learn More
Report from Engine Co. 82

Dennis Smith; read by Lloyd James

Report from Engine Co. 82 is the story of one company of New York firefighters battling unimaginable death and destruction every day. Learn More
In the Wake of Madness

Joan Druett; read by Dennis Boutsikaris

The true story of a bloody mutany that inspired a young writer named Herman Melville. Learn More
American Sucker

David Denby; read by Dennis Boutsikaris

Join David Denby, New Yorker critic and otherwise sensible man, on a whirlwind ride through an exuberant stock market, investment feeding frenzy, and the cataclysmic result of greed and illusion. Learn More
The Americanization of Benjamin Franklin

Gordon S. Wood; read by Peter Johnson

Gordon S. Wood, a leading historian of the revolutionary era, gives a convincing reappraisal of Benjamin Franklin and his remarkable life. Learn More
The Journey of Crazy Horse

Joseph Marshall III; read by Joseph Marshall III

The Journey of Crazy Horse is a unique opportunity to hear legends of a great man as they have told for generations—and rarely shared outside the Native American community. Learn More
New York Burning

Jill Lepore; read by Beth McDonald

The untold story of the little-known Manhattan slave rebellion of 1741 and the white hysteria that resulted. Learn More
The Age of Anxiety

Haynes Johnson; read by Kristoffer Tabori

Pulitzer-Prize winner Haynes Johnson boldly revisits the anti-communist hysteria of the McCarthy era to examine parallels today in this new age of terror and threat with a mix of narrative history, political commentary, and contemporary reporting. Learn More
The Cold War

John Lewis Gaddis; read by Jay Gregory and Alan Sklar

From “the dean of Cold War historians” (New York Times): an important new reckoning with the hostile relationship that defined our age. Learn More
Passage to Juneau

Jonathan Raban; read by Jonathan Raban

Acclaimed travel writer Jonathan Raban invites us aboard his boat, a floating cottage cluttered with books, curling manuscripts, and dead ballpoint pens. Learn More
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