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Product Description: Ingrid Palamede never returns to the places she’s lived. For her, “whole neighborhoods, whole cities, can be ruined by the reasons you left.” But when a breakup leaves her heartbroken and homeless, she’s forced to return to her childhood home of Fresno, California...read more

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9780374299149 | Farrar Straus & Giroux, June 9, 2015, cover price $26.00 | About this edition: Ingrid Palamede never returns to the places she's lived.

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9781250097248 | Reprint edition (Picador USA, October 11, 2016), cover price $16.00 | About this edition: Ingrid Palamede never returns to the places she’s lived.

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By Katherine Taylor (trans)

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9783795467722 | Pmplt edition (Schnell & Steiner, October 11, 2011), cover price $5.00

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Product Description: The French Pilgrimage Church of Notre-Dame du Haut in Ronchamp is not just a destination for
By Schnell + Schnell (editor) and Katherine Taylor (trans)

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9783795420505 | 1 edition (Schnell & Steiner, January 16, 2009), cover price $17.00 | About this edition: The French Pilgrimage Church of Notre-Dame du Haut in Ronchamp is not just a destination for

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Product Description: In the world of Kate Taylor, heroine of Rules for Saying Goodbye, pleasure and melancholy are close neighbors--like the summer hats and lobster boilers squashed together in the tiny closet of her Manhattan apartment. In this hilarious, bittersweet story, we follow young Kate from her girlhood in Fresno California, through a career at a chilly New England prep school, and on to life in Manhattan, where she finds a sometimes dissipated, sometimes glamorous life of fourteen-dollar cocktails, empty cupboards, and extravagantly unsuitable men...read more

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9780340933657 | Hodder & Stoughton, July 12, 2007, cover price $23.20 | About this edition: At 13 everyone can see Kath's got her eye on bigger things than provincial Fresno can offer.
9780374252717 | Farrar Straus & Giroux, May 29, 2007, cover price $24.00 | About this edition: Her years spent in the glamorous chill of an East Coast prep school introduce Katherine to all she needs to prepare for life in Manhattan, in a coming-of-age novel that has a feel for the delights and malaises of a generation.

Paperback:

9780312427870 | Reprint edition (Picador USA, May 27, 2008), cover price $22.00 | About this edition: In the world of Kate Taylor, heroine of Rules for Saying Goodbye, pleasure and melancholy are close neighbors--like the summer hats and lobster boilers squashed together in the tiny closet of her Manhattan apartment.
9780340933619 | Hodder & Stoughton, May 3, 2007, cover price $21.40 | About this edition: In this witty and affecting debut, fiction winks at real life: Katherine Taylor is its muddled heroine, and also its author.

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Product Description: Looking to Learn, an exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago, challenges the decontextualized approach to images and learning by setting ritual, functional, and intentionally aesthetic objects side by side, together with inventories, technical viewing devices, photographs of ceremonial practices deploying the objects, printed materials representing them, and records and fragments of some of the environments to which they have belonged...read more

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9780935573213 | Univ of Chicago David & Alfred, January 1, 1999, cover price $12.00 | About this edition: Looking to Learn, an exhibition at the Smart Museum of Art at the University of Chicago, challenges the decontextualized approach to images and learning by setting ritual, functional, and intentionally aesthetic objects side by side, together with inventories, technical viewing devices, photographs of ceremonial practices deploying the objects, printed materials representing them, and records and fragments of some of the environments to which they have belonged.

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