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Parva Naturalia: with On the Motion of Animals
By author: Aristotle   Translated by: David Bolotin
Product Code: HH1003
ISBN: 9780881467833
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Price: $45.00
The title PARVA NATURALIA goes back to the Latin Middle Ages, and though the traditional grouping doesn't include the treatise ON THE MOTION OF ANIMALS, it is included here, since there is strong manuscript evidence, as well as solid substantive reasons, that it ought to be included. For those who wish to study the PARVA NATURALIA with care, it offers access that has hitherto been unavailable in English to the precise meaning of Aristotle's text.

Parva Naturalia: with On the Motion of Animals
By author: Aristotle   Translated by: David Bolotin
Product Code: P622
ISBN: 9780881467840
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Price: $20.00
The title PARVA NATURALIA goes back to the Latin Middle Ages, and though the traditional grouping doesn't include the treatise ON THE MOTION OF ANIMALS, it is included here, since there is strong manuscript evidence, as well as solid substantive reasons, that it ought to be included. For those who wish to study the PARVA NATURALIA with care, it offers access that has hitherto been unavailable in English to the precise meaning of Aristotle's text.

Sarastro’s Cave: Letters from the Recent Past
By author: Richard Velkley
Product Code: HH1002
ISBN: 9780881467802
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Price: $20.00
"I hoped to use these letters to make a book, in which they would retain their character as individual utterances, although they would become parts of a larger whole." So writes Clovis Mendling, professor of history at a Southern university, bequeathing his letters as an unfinished project to a friend shortly before he mysteriously disappears. Much is at stake in these letters for Mendling, as they reflect on a personal crisis in which he discovers philosophical, political, musical, and literary significance.

The Birth of a New South: Sherman, Grady, and the Making of Atlanta
By author: E. Culpepper Clark
Product Code: HH1005
ISBN: 9780881467888
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Price: $35.00
Atlanta, Georgia, is the New South city. No two names are more associated with its emergence than William Tecumseh Sherman and Henry W. Grady: Sherman the destroyer and Grady the New South's principal architect. Henry Grady advocated for a more urban South but had a vision for improved farm life as well.

Trouble Can Be So Beautiful at the Beginning
Product Code: P616
ISBN: 9780881467765
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Born and raised in Ohio, Shuly Xóchitl Cawood moved to the South over two decades ago and has also lived and traveled in her mother's native country of Mexico. She writes about all of these places in her debut poetry collection, TROUBLE CAN BE SO BEAUTIFUL AT THE BEGINNING, using their landscape and culture as a backdrop and a contrast to consider her identity and what it means to migrate from one location to another, how a place's values and societal expectations can shape who you are and who you become, and how you can be both a part of something and apart from it.

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