New Arrivals · Biography

December 2, 2016
These titles were recently added to the collection of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County.

Louise Nevelson : light and shadow

December 1, 2016
Wilson, Laurie, author.
506 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Russian roots 1899-1905 -- Rockland childhood 1905-1918 -- Marriage and motherhood 1920-1929 -- Art at last 1929-1934 -- The beginning of sculpture 1934-1940 -- Surrealism 1940-1946 -- Death and restoration 1946-1953 -- A forgotten village 1954-1957 -- Moon garden breakthrough 1957-1960 -- Glittering glory 1960-1962 -- Icarus 1962-1963 -- Architect of reflection 1964-1966 -- Empress of the environment 1966-1968 -- Mistress of transformation 1969-1971 -- La signora of Spring Street 1972-1974 -- Large scale 1975-1976 -- "The Nevelson" 1967-1988 -- The chapel and the palace 1977-1979 -- A big birthday 1980-1985 -- The end 1985-1988.
Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) was, with Calder, Noguchi and David Smith, one of the great American sculptors of the 20th century. She created extraordinary work, from room-size installations composed of boxes to gnarled and majestic steel structures. Her life story is no less interesting. She was born in czarist Russia, but her family emigrated to the States and she grew up in Maine. Nevelson endured a repressive marriage to a New York millionaire, whom she escaped to pursue the life of an artist. She gained recognition as an abstract sculptor at the age of 59, and spent the next 30 years taking the art world by storm, becoming a colourful New York personality and minor celebrity. Laurie Wilson, who knew Nevelson personally, draws extensively on her own research in this crisp new biography. She conducted interviews not just with Nevelson but with her siblings, son, and gallery owner Arne Glimcher. Wilson has also had complete access to Glimcher's archives, Nevelson's personal assistant, Diana Mackown, and Lippincott studios, where much of Nevelson's work was cast, among others.

Florence Nightingale : the courageous life of the legendary nurse

November 30, 2016
Reef, Catherine, author.
Boston : Clarion Books, [2017]
184 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm
The night gallery -- "Mistress of all she attempts" -- A woman with work to do -- "Dust and nothing" -- The prison called family -- Shadows in a thirsty land -- "But one person in England" -- The horrors -- An angel with a lamp -- Nightingale power -- Maid of all work -- A noble life.
"A biography of Florence Nightingale, the pioneering nurse best known for her work during the Crimean War, where she rectified horrifying conditions and made nightly rounds to check on patients, saving hundreds of lives and sparking worldwide healthcare reform"--Provided by publisher.

Superficial : more adventures from the Andy Cohen diaries

November 29, 2016
Cohen, Andy, 1968- author.
New York : Henry Holt and Company, 2016.
357 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 23 cm
"The star-studded and sidesplitting follow up to The Andy Cohen Diaries The megapopular host of Watch What Happens: Live and executive producer of The Real Housewives franchise is back, better than ever, and telling stories that will keep his publicist up at night. Since the publication of his last book, Andy has toured the country with his sidekick Anderson Cooper, hit the radio waves with his own Sirius station, Radio Andy, appeared on Real Time with Bill Maher despite his mother's conviction he was not intellectually prepared, hosted NBC's Primetime New Year's Eve special, guest edited Entertainment Weekly, starred in Bravo's Then & Now with Andy Cohen, offended celebrities with his ongoing case of foot-in-mouth disease, and welcomed home Teresa "Namaste" Giudice, from a brief stint in jail. Hopping from the Hamptons to the Manhattan dating world, the dog park to the red carpet, Cardinals superfan and mama's boy Andy Cohen, with Wacha in tow, is the kind of star that fans are dying to be friends with. This book gives them that chance. If The Andy Cohen Diaries was deemed "the literary equivalent of a Fresca and tequila" by Jimmy Fallon, Superficial is a double: dishier, juicier, and friskier. In this account of his escapades--personal, professional, and behind-the-scenes--Andy tells us not only what goes down, but exactly what he thinks of it"-- Provided by publisher.

Tranny : confessions of punk rock's most infamous anarchist sellout

November 29, 2016
Grace, Laura Jane, 1980- author.
New York : Hachette Books, 2016.
306 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Walking is still honest -- I was a teenage anarchist -- We're Never going home -- Borne on the FM waves -- Thrash unreal --Don't abandon me -- White crosses -- High pressure low -- Bamboo bones -- Paralytic states of dependency --Black me out -- Epilogue (or Mandatory happiness with Laura Jane Grace).
The provocative transgender advocate and lead singer of the punk rock band Against Me! provides a searing account of her search for identity and her true self.

Last girl before freeway : the life, loves, losses, and liberation of Joan Rivers

November 29, 2016
Bennetts, Leslie, 1949- author.
ix, 419 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm
Includes index.
Nobody ever wanted it more : "But she has no talent!" -- Dying is easy. Comedy is hard -- Dicks and balls : breaking into the boys' club -- Stardom and wifedom : happily ever after? -- Westward ho : California dreamin' -- The first lady of comedy : nothing is sacred -- Victim as enforcer : terrorizing women into submission -- The temptation of Joan : poisoned apple -- A thankless child : "How sharper than a serpent's tooth" -- Debacle : the death of a show, a marriage, and a husband -- Recovery : the long road back -- Reinventing a career : "I can rise again" -- Art and commerce : all in a day's work -- Home sweet Versailles : Marie Antoinette meets Auntie Mame -- High society : putting on the Ritz -- But is it good for the Jews? : sex, politics, and religion -- Men are stupid : beauty and betrayal -- Back to the top : fighting like "a rabid pit bull" -- Fashion forward : triumph of the mean girls -- Daughter dearest : how to succeed in show business -- The time of her life : fame, friends, and fun -- The final mountain : gathering shadows -- Grand finale : sudden exit, pursued by bear -- Legacy : laughter and liberation -- Epilogue: Updates from the afterlife : "You WERE fat, you bitch!"
"Joan Rivers was more than a legendary comedian; she was an icon and a role model to millions, a fearless pioneer who left a legacy of expanded opportunity when she died in 2014. Her life was a dramatic roller-coaster of triumphant highs and devastating lows: the suicide of her husband, her feud with Johnny Carson, her estrangement from her daughter, her many plastic surgeries, her ferocious ambition and her massive insecurities. But Rivers' career was also hugely significant in American cultural history, breaking down barriers for her gender and pushing the boundaries of truth-telling for women in public life."

To Pixar and beyond : my unlikely journey with Steve Jobs to make entertainment history

November 29, 2016
Levy, Lawrence (Lawrence B.), author.
Boston : Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, 2016.
xii, 259 pages ; 24 cm
Includes index.
"After Steve Jobs was unceremoniously dismissed from Apple in the early 1990's, while building his failed competitor NeXT, he made a side bet to develop a little-known, barely profitable video graphics company called Pixar. One day, out of the blue, Jobs called Lawrence Levy, a Harvard-trained attorney, in the hope that Jobs could somehow persuade Levy to join forces with him in his quest to energize Pixar. Somehow, despite Pixar's very modest beginnings, Levy, Jobs, and studio chief Ed Catmull, were able to shape it into the world's most creative motion picture company. This is Levy's account of those early beginnings at Pixar, of his friendship with Jobs, and how they were able to join forces to transform Pixar into one of Hollywood's greatest success stories"-- Provided by publisher.

The missing Matisse : a memoir

November 29, 2016
Matisse, Pierre H., 1928- author.
Carol Stream, IL : Tyndale House Publishers, Inc., [2016].
336 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Father and son -- Contraband, pirates, sardines, and stars -- Tata -- Black clouds on the horizon -- A funny war -- Les boches are coming -- The big bang -- Never give in! -- A lull in the storm -- Farewell to the suitcase -- A perfect student -- Dreams and creations -- Adventures on the high seas -- A dark stormy night -- Hunger at the dining table -- Curfew à l'italienne -- Detour to Paris -- Mountains and maquisards -- Nightmare by daylight -- Is he or isn't he? -- Good-bye, Paris; Hello, Normandy -- June 6, 1944: Normandie -- Spitfires, shrapnel, and all that jazz -- Kaput -- Interlude -- Rite of passage -- Algerian holiday -- Only a mother's heart -- O Canada -- Arts, Interpol, and Uncle Sam -- What's up -- Identity -- Revelations.

A perfect union of contrary things

November 29, 2016
Jensen, Sarah, author.
viii, 274 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
In the first authorized biography of the musician best known as the lead vocalist in the bands Tool, A Perfect Circle, and Puscifer, as well as a successful vintner, gives unique insight into his history and career trajectory.

Settle for more

November 29, 2016
Kelly, Megyn, author.
New York, NY : Harper, an imprint of HarperCollins Publishers, [2016]
viii, 340 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Tough questions -- No false praise -- Mean girls -- Silent night, holy night -- Who's getting hit first? -- Trial team Barbie -- Legally blond -- Self-pity is not attractive -- Calling and calling; nobody's home -- "Who's here?" "Me!" -- Lawyer, broadcaster, journalist -- So long, Little Miss Perfect -- Nights of fear -- Writing the wrong things -- All the days of my life -- The best line -- Now everyone's here -- Ready for prime time -- On "having it all" -- Election season -- The first debate -- Fallout -- Relentless -- The Trump Tower accords -- Paying it forward -- Settling for more today.
Megyn Kelly, one of the most respected, hardest-hitting TV journalists in America, speaks candidly about her decision to "settle for more" -- a motto she credits as having changed her life, and the reason she abandoned a thriving legal career to follow her dream in the news business. She opens up about Donald Trump's feud with her, and the challenges she has faced as a professional woman and working mother. A deeply personal and surprising account, one that will inspire men and women of all ages and political persuasions to embrace the values of determination, honesty, and courage in the face of fear. -- Adapted from book jacket.

Scrappy little nobody

November 29, 2016
Kendrick, Anna. author.
New York : Touchstone, 2016.
xxiii, 275 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
My double life -- Origin story -- Jaded old chorus girl -- Hell, thy name is middle school -- Camp -- The Mayor of Squaresville -- Leaving the nest -- A little night music -- Moving to LA -- Boys -- Boys and the terror of being near them -- I guess we're doing this, or How does this scene end? -- He's just not that interesting -- Guys in LA -- Hollywood -- Fashion -- Making movies is a fool's errand -- Twilight -- Big breaks -- Award shows -- Scrappy little nobody -- My Grandmother's funeral -- Fake parties I have planned with the detail of a real party -- Batten down the hatches -- The world's most reluctant adult -- Scrappy little nobody.
At the ripe age of thirteen, Kendrick had already resolved to zkeep the crazy inside my head where it belonged.y Now she invites readers inside her brain, recounting the absurdities she's experienced on her way to and from the heart of pop culture. From her double life as a middle-school student who also starred on Broadway to her rise dazzling on the stage and screen, we enter her sharp and sweet, funny and serious (well, not that serious) world.

Black Elk : the life of an American visionary

November 29, 2016
Jackson, Joe, 1955- author.
xviii, 599 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations, maps, portraits ; 24 cm
"A sort of a preacher" -- If you're not good, the Wasichus will get you. Chosen ; A casualty of the hundred slain ; The great vision ; Resurrection ; The Black Hills ; "It is war" ; When the Wasichus come -- Childhood's end. The burning road ; Killing Crazy Horse ; Grandmother's land ; The fear ; Dances with thunder -- The Messiah will come again. The land of darkness ; The making of a medicine man ; The "show man" ; The entrance to hell ; "La belle époque" ; The Messiah will come again ; Dances with ghosts ; Wounded Knee ; "There will be a better day to die" -- "What is an Indian?" The underground ; Black robe days ; Vanishing Americans ; Black Elk speaks ; Defenders of the faith ; Disciples -- Besieged.
"Describes the life of the Native American holy man who fought at Little Big Horn, witnessed the death of his cousin Crazy Horse, traveled to Europe as part of Buffalo Bill's Wild West show and became a traditionalist in the Ghost Dance movement"-- NoveList.

Between two worlds : lessons from the other side

November 28, 2016
Henry, Tyler, author.
New York : Gallery Books, 2016.
v, 216 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : color illustrations ; 24 cm
The beginning -- Coming out: the psychic closet -- Near-death, near life -- Hanford to Hollywood -- The bigger picture -- Signs from the soul -- Clairvoyant Q&A.
"From Tyler Henry, a twenty-year-old clairvoyant and star of E!'s hit reality series Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry, comes a memoir about his journey as a medium thus far."--Baker & Taylor.

Stay golden

November 28, 2016
Smith, Lucky Blue, author.
239 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 24 cm
Just a punk kid -- Flathead lake -- Firecrackers & slingshots -- My family -- Rock and roll Christmas -- The bear van and the beach -- First editorial shoot -- The Gap campaign -- Haters gonna hate -- The Atomics! -- Levi's in Hollywood -- Moving to California -- Life in Hollywood -- Little fresh meat -- Iceland with Annie -- The Ellen show -- Winter in the summer -- Love everlasting -- An atomic future -- Walk the walk -- GQ cover -- People and places.
Personal stories and photos bring readers into the heart of the social media star's universe, sharing insights into his style influences, relationships, family, creative process, life on the road and childhood memories. --Publisher's description.

Guilty thing : a life of Thomas De Quincey

November 28, 2016
Wilson, Frances, 1964- author.
New York : Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 2016.
397 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Books -- Childhood and schooltime -- Schooltime (continued) -- Residence in London -- Summer vacation -- Residence at Oxford -- Retrospect: love of nature leading to love of mankind -- Home at Grasmere -- Residence in Dove Cottage and the revolution -- Residence in London and Grasmere -- The recluse -- Imagination, impaired and restored -- Same subject (continued) -- Postscript.
"A biography of the last of the Romantics describes his rags-to-riches life and career as a journalist, translator, essayist and opium addict who inspired generations of writers with his emotional memoir Confessions of an English Opium-Eater,"--NoveList.

The notorious Mrs. Clem : murder and money in the Gilded Age

November 28, 2016
Gamber, Wendy, 1958- author.
xi, 305 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
New Year's Day -- Business -- Cold Spring -- Detection -- Trial -- Self-reliant and God defiant! -- Knowed it was them -- I wish I was an angel -- A good soldier -- Lebanon -- The Indiana murderess -- Indiana justice -- I kept it rolling -- Aunty Smith -- Mrs. Dr. Patterson.
In September 1868, the remains of Jacob and Nancy Jane Young were found lying near the banks of Indiana's White River. Suspicion for both deaths turned to Nancy Clem, a housewife who was also one of Mr. Young's former business partners. Wendy Gamber chronicles the life and times of this charming and persuasive Gilded Age confidence woman, who became famous not only as an accused murderess but also as an itinerant peddler of patent medicine and the supposed originator of the Ponzi scheme.

The trials of the King of Hampshire : madness, secrecy and betrayal in Georgian England

November 28, 2016
Foyster, Elizabeth A., 1968- author.
xxxiii, 330 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (chiefly color), genealogical tables, portraits ; 25 cm.
The 3rd Earl of Portsmouth voted in the House of Lords, took county positions, invited Jane Austen to his balls, counted William Cobbett as one of his Hampshire neighbors and had Lord Byron as his best man at his second marriage. Then, at the age of fifty-five, his own family launched a case citing him as a danger not only to the peerage but to himself. Historian Elizabeth Foyster invites us into the jury box for the lengthiest, most expensive and vastly controversial lunacy commission ever heard, including accusations of abductions, sodomy, blackmail and domestic violence.

A very English scandal : sex, lies and a murder plot in the houses of Parliament

November 28, 2016
Preston, John, 1953- author.
New York : Other Press, 2016.
xi, 339 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
A dinner at the House of Commons -- The postcard -- The eye of Urse -- Bunnies -- Mr Bessell goes to Dublin -- The creature -- This filthy subject -- Bessell pulls another rabbit out of his hat -- The blessings of family life -- Two pledges -- Unexpected developments -- A happy and joyous occasion -- Shooting a sick dog -- The ultimate solution -- Doomed -- Back to Black -- The price of a peerage -- From bad to worse -- Big swamp -- A death unforeseen -- A simple plan -- Things fall apart -- Bessellised -- The man from Canada -- Death on the moor -- Vive les trois mousequetaires! -- A bloody mess -- Damned lies -- Judas -- Ice cold in Minehead -- Waiting in the wings -- Overture and beginners -- Ripped to shreds -- The greatest show on earth -- The judgements of Cantley -- Awkward bows -- Postscript.
"A behind-the-scenes look at the desperate, scandalous private life of a British member of Parliament and champion manipulator, and the history-making trial that exposed his dirty secrets to the world. As a member of Parliament and leader of the Liberal Party in the 1960s and 70s, Jeremy Thorpe's bad behavior snuck under the radar for years. Police and politicians alike colluded to protect one of their own. At the start of the 1970s, Thorpe was the most popular and charismatic politician in the country, poised to hold the balance of power in a coalition government. But Jeremy Thorpe was a man with a secret. His homosexual affairs and harassment of past partners--as well as his propensity for lying and embezzlement--only escalated as he evaded punishment. Until a dark night on the moor with an ex-lover, a dog, and a hired gun led to consequences that even his charm and power couldn't help him escape. Thorpe's climactic trial at the Old Bailey in London was immediately dubbed the 'Trial of the Century.' It was the first time that a leading British politician had stood trial on a murder charge. It was the first time that a murder plot had been hatched in the House of Commons. And it was the first time that a prominent public figure had been exposed as a philandering gay man, in an era when homosexuality had only just become legal. By the time the trial was over, Britain would never be the same again"--Provided by publisher.

Lives of Jonathan Edwards and David Brainerd.

November 28, 2016
Boston : Hilliard, Gray ; London : R.J. Kennett, 1837.
x, 373 pages, [2] leaves of plates : illustrations ; 18 cm.
Two added t.p.: 1st engr.
Copy in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection, bound in original brown cloth, with signs of wear.
Miller, S. Life of Jonathan Edwards -- Peabody, W.B.O. Life of David Brainerd.

Lives of Alexander Wilson and Captain John Smith.

November 28, 2016
viii, 407 pages, 1 unnumbered leaf of plates : facsimile ; 18 cm.
Copy in Genealogy & Local History Dept., Cincinnati Collection, bound in original brown cloth, with signs of wear.
"Account of Captain Smith's writings": pages 398-407.
Life of Alexander Wilson / William B. O. Peabody -- Life of Captain John Smith / George S. Hillard.

Becoming Andy Warhol

November 25, 2016
Bertozzi, Nick, author.
New York : Abrams ComicArts, 2016.
152 pages : chiefly illustrations (some color) ; 25 cm

Adolfo Kaminsky : a forger's life

November 23, 2016
Kaminsky, Sarah, 1979- author.
xvii, 232 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Originally published in French as: Adolfo Kaminsky, une vie de faussaire

Cured : the tale of two imaginary boys

November 23, 2016
Tolhurst, Laurence, author.
ix, 287 pages, 8 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations ; 24 cm
Part I: (What It Was Like) -- The First Punks in Crawley -- The Day the Music Died -- Thirteen -- The Bridge -- The Lost Boys of Suburbia -- The Rocket -- Fiction -- Part II: (What Happened) -- Gen X -- The Holy Trinity -- Three Imaginary Boys -- Seventeen Seconds in the USA -- S.O.S. -- Faith -- Porn -- In France -- The Top -- The Head on the Door -- Kiss Me -- Part III: (What It's Like Now) -- Broken -- Disintegrate -- The Royal Courts -- Despair in the Desert -- House by the Sea -- The Palace -- Reflections -- Ghosts -- Standing on a Beach.
"A deeply moving and engaging memoir by Laurence "Lol" Tolhurst, co-founder of The Cure, detailing the origins and creation of one of the most beloved bands of all time and Tolhurst's own return from the brink of self-destruction,"

Sometimes brilliant : the impossible adventure of a spiritual seeker and visionary physician who helped conquer the worst disease in history

November 22, 2016
Brilliant, Lawrence B., author.
New York, NY : HarperOne, [2016]
xi, 417 pages, 16 unnumbered pages of plates : illustrations (some color), map ; 24 cm
In medias res, the middle of things -- Nickelodeons -- Woodstock on wheels -- Magic bus trip -- Renunciation -- Initiation -- You are no doctor -- Prophecy -- Apprenticeship -- Karma Yoga -- Escape from Central Prison -- After-death experience -- Tales of the jungle -- City of the Tatas -- Smiling Buddha -- The goddess of smallpox fights back -- The final inch -- The case for optimism -- Epilogue.
Brilliant's life journey has made him man who has always been in the right place at the right time, engaging with some of the most prominent thought leaders, spiritual masters, heroes, and icons in the world. But Brilliant was also responsible for some of the most significant medical, spiritual, and social achievements of the past century: from the eradication of smallpox and treatment of blindness to introducing the teachings of the Maharajji to the Woodstock Generation, and launching Google's philanthropic enterprises. Now he reflects on his experiences as a doctor, innovator, philanthropist, and cultural revolutionary.

Kafka, the early years

November 22, 2016
Stach, Reiner, author.
Princeton : Princeton University Press, 2017.
xiv, 564 pages, 32 unnumbered pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Nothing happening in Prague -- The curtain rises -- Giants: the Kafkas for Wosek -- Julie Löwy -- Losing propositions -- thought about Freud -- Kafka, Franz: model student -- A city engerized -- Elli, Valli, Ottla -- Latin, bohemian, mathematics, and other matters of the heart -- Jewish lessons -- Innocence and impudence -- The path to freedom -- To hell with german studies -- Friend Max -- Enticements -- Informed circles: Utitz, Weltsch, Fanta, Bergmann -- Autonomy and recovery -- The interior landscape: "description of a struggle" -- Doctor of law seeking employment -- Off to the prostitutes -- Cafés, geishas, art and cinema -- The formidable assistant offical -- The secret writing school -- Landing in Brescia -- In the heart of the west -- Ideas and spirits: Buber, Steiner, Einstein -- Literature and tourism.
"How did Kafka become Kafka? This eagerly anticipated third and final volume of Reiner Stach's definitive biography answers that question with more facts, detail, and insight than ever before, describing the complex personal, political, and cultural circumstances that shaped the young Franz Kafka (1883-1924). It tells the story of the years from his birth in Prague to the beginning of his professional and literary career in 1910, taking the reader up to just before the breakthrough that resulted in his first masterpieces, including "The Metamorphosis." Brimming with vivid and often startling details, Stach's narrative invites readers deep inside this neglected period of Kafka's life. The book's richly atmospheric portrait of his German Jewish merchant family and his education, psychological development, and sexual maturation draw on numerous sources, some still unpublished, including family letters, schoolmates' memoirs, and early diaries of his close friend Max Brod. The biography also provides a colorful panorama of Kafka's wider world, especially the convoluted politics and culture of Prague. Before World War I, Kafka lived in a society at the threshold of modernity but torn by conflict, and Stach provides poignant details of how the adolescent Kafka witnessed violent outbreaks of anti-Semitism and nationalism. The reader also learns how he developed a passionate interest in new technologies."--Provided by publisher.

Where memory leads : my life

November 22, 2016
Friedländer, Saul, 1932- author.
ix, 283 pages : 22 cm
Volume Two of Saul Friedländer's autobiography. Volume One was originally published in New York in 1979.
"Forty years after his acclaimed, poignant first memoir, Friedländer returns with WHEN MEMORY COMES: THE LATER YEARS, bridging the gap between the ordeals of his childhood and his present-day towering reputation in the field of Holocaust studies. After abandoning his youthful conversion to Catholicism, he rediscovers his Jewish roots as a teenager and builds a new life in Israeli politics. Friedländer's initial loyalty to Israel turns into a lifelong fascination with Jewish life and history. He struggles to process the ubiquitous effects of European anti-Semitism while searching for a more measured approach to the Zionism that surrounds him. Friedländer goes on to spend his adulthood shuttling between Israel, Europe, and the United States, armed with his talent for language and an expansive intellect. Most importantly, this memoir led Friedländer to reflect on the wrenching events that induced him to devote sixteen years of his life to writing his Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, The Years of Extermination: Nazi Germany and the Jews, 1939-1945"--Provided by publisher.

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