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TitleAuthorFormatPublication DatePriceSelect Item
Cover: Travel Report: An Apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s Kitchen Gardens and Greenhouses at Knowsley, EnglandTravel Report: An Apprenticeship in the Earl of Derby’s Kitchen Gardens and Greenhouses at Knowsley, EnglandJancke, Hans
Wolschke-Bulmahn, Joachim
Hale, Mic
PAPERBACK09/09/2013$34.95
Cover: On the Wonders of Land and Sea: Persianate Travel WritingOn the Wonders of Land and Sea: Persianate Travel WritingMicallef, Roberta
Sharma, Sunil
PAPERBACK05/27/2013$19.95
Cover: Beijing TimeBeijing TimeDutton, Michael
Lo, Hsiu-ju Stacy
Wu, Dong Dong
PAPERBACK05/01/2010$30.00
Cover: City Between Worlds: My Hong KongCity Between Worlds: My Hong KongLee, Leo Ou-fanPAPERBACK05/01/2010$24.00
Cover: Mean and Lowly Things: Snakes, Science, and Survival in the CongoMean and Lowly Things: Snakes, Science, and Survival in the CongoJackson, KatePAPERBACK05/01/2010$23.00
Cover: From the Outer WorldFrom the Outer WorldHandlin, Oscar
Handlin, Lilian
PAPERBACK03/25/1997$50.00
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Poems of the First Buddhist Women: A Translation of the Therigatha, translated by Charles Hallisey, from Harvard University Press

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Jacket: How To Be Gay, by David M. Halperin, from Harvard University Press

Celebrating Pride Month, Part II

To celebrate Pride Month, we are highlighting excerpts from books that explore the lives and experiences of the LGBT+ community. This second excerpt comes from How To Be Gay, a finalist for a Lambda Literary Award, in which David M. Halperin, a pioneer of LGBTQ studies, dares to suggest that gayness is a way of being that gay men must learn from one another to become who they are.