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NYRBNew York Review of Books
NYRBNew York Red Bulls (MLS team)
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Fans, who number 20,000 on an average game day, have 90-percent recall of the brands they see affiliated with the NYRB, according to Stetson.
Long out of print, it was recently reissued by NYRB Classics.
Despite containing all the poems printed in the 1865 Drum-Taps with their spelling and grammar peculiarities intact, the NYRB edition does not present a direct facsimile of that edition, as was the case with the 2010 Democratic Vistas and Leaves of Grass, 1860, both published in the University of Iowa Press Whitman Series.
NYRB Kids will release The 13 Clocks by James Thurber and The Pushcart War by Jean Merrill on 8 September 2105, which are said to be strong performers in the Children's Collection's existing backlist.
Second, Eric Wolf and Joseph Jorgensen, both professors of anthropology at the University of Michigan and members of the AAA's Ethics Committee, published a lengthy article on the controversy in the New York Review of Books (NYRB) in November 1970 (Wolf and Jorgensen 1970).
Thanks to publishers such as NYRB Classics, And Other Stories, Pushkin Press, Hesperus Press, and Harvill Secker, many gems of European literature are now available in English translation.
Danner M, 2004 Torture and Truth: America, Abu Ghraib and the War on Terror (NYRB Collections, New York)
READING HIS MEMOIR for the first time in the NYRB edition recalled for me other Russian memoirs in which the personal history of the author is embedded in his time, and which communicate a similar sense of the movement of history.
I'd graduated from Rolling Stone and Time to the intellectual love of my father's life--and I loved NYRB, too.
An African in Greenland (2001) by Kpomassie Tete-Michel (NYRB, 8.99 [pounds sterling]) One of the most compelling premises in travel writing, this adventurous Togolese man details his trip to the icy north 30 years ago