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ALUMNI FICTION
The Last Witch of Dogtown by Francis Blessington '72 (Curious Traveler Press, 176 pages, $12.95)

The Anarchist by Daniel A. Coleman '74 (Willowbrook Press, 281 pages, $14.95)

Leaving Katya by Paul Greenberg '90 (Putnam, 256 pages, $24.95)

In Pursuit of a Vanishing Star by Gustaf Sobin '57 (Norton, 192 pages, $23.95)

Spilling Clarence by Anne Ursu '96 (Hyperion, 280 pages, $22.95)

ALUMNNI NONFICTION
Power Plays: Politics, Football, and Other Blood Sports by John M. Barry '68 (University Press of Mississippi, 224 pages, $28)

Women, Gender, Religion, edited by Elizabeth A. Castelli '79 with Rosamond C. Rodman (St. Martin's Press, 550 pages, $27.95)

Dancing Desires: Choreographing Sexualities On and Off the Stage by Jane C. Desmond '73 (University of Wisconsin Press, 360 pages, $24.95)

Satellite Sisters' Uncommon Senses, by Julie Dolan, Liz Dolan '79, Sheila Dolan, Monica Dolan, and Lian Dolan (Riverhead Books, 370 pages, $24.95)

The Good Enough Child: How to Have an Imperfect Family and be Perfectly Satisfied by Brad E. Sachs '78 (HarperCollins, 332 pages, $13)

Medical Toxicology: A Synopsis and Study Guide by Seth Schonwald '80 (Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 912 pages, $89.95)

The God Nobody Wants by John Turnbull Jr. '44 (Black Forest Press, 170 pages, $13.95)

Ethical Monotheism, Past and Present: Essays in Honor of Wendell S. Dietrich, edited by Theodore M. Vial '85 and Mark A. Hadley '95 Ph.D. (Brown Judaic Studies, 347 pages, $59.95)

FACULTY NONFICTION
Family Life in Early Modern Times, 1500б1789 edited by David I. Kertzer and Marzio Barbagli (Yale University Press, 365 pages, $35)





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