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  • Epiphanies Without End THOMAS MCGONIGLE, Thomas McGonigle is author of "The Corpse Dream of N. Petkov" and "Going to Patchogue."

  • Hangmen Also Die CHRISTOPHER HITCHENS, Christopher Hitchens, a columnist for Vanity Fair and The Nation, is the author of "The Trial of Henry Kissinger," to be published in May. His essay will be published this month as the introduction to a new edition of "A Handbook on Hanging."

  • Discoveries SUSAN SALTER REYNOLDS

  • Somewhere Over the Rainbow RUSSELL JACOBY, Russell Jacoby is the author of numerous books, including "The End of Utopia," 'The Last Intellectuals" and "Dialectic of Defeat." He teaches history at UCLA

  • Books For Kids

  • Can the Pursuit of History Result in a Single Truth? JOHN LUKACS, John Lukacs is the author of numerous books, including, most recently, "Five Days in London: May 1940," 'A Thread of Years" and "The Hitler of History."

  • The Worldly Philosopher FREDERIC RAPHAEL, Frederic Raphael is the author of 20 novels as well as many story collections, biographies, screenplays (including "Eyes Wide Shut') and translations from ancient Greek and Latin. His most recent book is "All His Sons: A Novella and Nine Stories

  • Piercing the Veil of Ignorance COLIN MCGINN, Colin McGinn is the author of "The Mysterious Flame: Conscious Minds in a Material World," 'The Character of Mind: An Introduction to the Philosophy of Mind" and "Ethics, Evil and Fiction." He is professor of philosophy at Rutgers University

  • The Fall of Rome By W.H. Auden For Cyril Connolly

  • Los Angeles Times Children's Bestsellers April 8, 2001

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