f A FAMILY PLACE
A Hudson Valley Farm, Three Centuries,
Five Wars, One Family
“Philip grafts history, natural history and
autobiography into a stunning performance.”—Maureen Howard. Since inheriting
the family estate—now run as a commercial
fruit farm—the author and her siblings have
struggled to keep the house intact and the
land from being consumed by development.
Penguin 288 pp. 0-14-200145-7 $14.00
MY FIRST WHITE FRIEND
Confessions of Race, Love, and Forgiveness
“Her confessional has the intimate voice of
hard-won honesty.”—Publishers Weekly.
Penguin 256 pp. 0-14-024436-0 $13.00
f A SINGLE SQUARE PICTURE
A Korean Adoptee’s Search for Her Roots
“A deeply felt personal journey of mind, body,
and soul...the definitive book on a Korean
adoptee’s birth search.”—Korean Quarterly.
“Movingly portrays a quest for belonging and
identity against a backdrop of cultural com-plexities born from uncertain circumstances.”
—The Asian Reporter.
Berkley 304 pp. 0-425-18496-X $13.95
Daphne Scholinski, with Jane Meredith Adams
THE LAST TIME I WORE A DRESS
“A gripping account of her sojourn in the
looking-glass world of psychiatric institutions... The voice of Daphne’s teenage self
—bewildered, frank, aching, and defiant—is
so vivid it’s like hearing a confidence whispered across a dormitory room deep in the
Riverhead 224 pp. 1-57322-696-3 $13.00
Nominated for the 1998 Lambda Literary Award in
Portraits in Childhood
“As an account of growing up female, it is a fit
companion piece to Mary McCarthy's classic
Memoirs of a Catholic Girlhood.”—Le Anne
Schreiber, The New York Times.
Penguin 192 pp. 0-14-026331-4 $12.00
“This compelling and honestly written read
paints a vivid picture of the angst-ridden
world of young teens.”—School Library
Journal. A courageous story of how the
Internet has vastly changed teen life, written
by the first victim to successfully prosecute a
pedophile via the new Internet laws—a Go
Ask Alice for the twenty-first century.
Plume 208 pp. 0-452-28253-5 $12.00
f BLACK, WHITE, AND JEWISH
Autobiography of a Shifting Self
“Walker is a fine writer, with a finely tuned sense
of the intricacies of the American race labyrinth.”
—San Francisco Chronicle. “In this powerful memoir, Walker mines the terrain of her own biracial
upbringing in a voice that is deeply affecting
and wholly her own.”—Danzy Senna.
Riverhead 336 pp. 1-57322-907-5 $14.00
Winner of a 2002 YALSA/ALA Alex Award
f THE PORTABLE HANNAH ARENDT
Edited by Peter Baehr
Generous selections from her masterworks, The
Origins of Totalitarianism, The Human Condition,
and Eichmann in Jerusalem, and a selection of
her letters to other formative thinkers, including Karl Jaspers and Mary McCarthy. 576 pp.
Penguin Classics 0-14-243756-5 $17.00
f LYSISTRATA and Other Plays
Translated with an Introduction
by Alan H. Sommerstein
Fully revised with a new introduction and
new introductory notes to each play, as well as
a select bibliography and a chronology of
Aristophanes’ life and work. Also includes
The Acharnians and The Clouds. 304 pp.
PenguinClassics 0-14-044814-4 $8.00
Translated with an Introduction by Douglass Parker
Notes, glossary. 128 pp.
Signet Classic 0-451-52789-5 $5.95
NEW! FREE TEACHER’S GUIDE for this edition; call
us at 212-366-2372 or download free from our website.
Aung San Suu Kyi
LETTERS FROM BURMA
Introduction by Fergal Keane
The winner of the 1991 Nobel Peace Prize,
human rights activist and leader of Burma’s
National League for Democracy, paints a vivid
yet fundamentally optimistic portrait of her
native land while under house arrest in
Rangoon in 1989 by the ruling military junta.
Penguin 384 pp. 0-14-026403-5 $15.00
Also in Penguin: Freedom from Fear and Other Writings
f WHY DOES HE DO THAT?
Inside the Minds of Angry and Controlling Men
“Without a doubt the most informative and
useful book yet written on the subject of abusive
men.”—Jay G. Silverman, Ph.D., Harvard
School of Public Health.
Putnam 432 pp. 0-399-14844-2
Berkley 432 pp. 0-425-19165-6
Berkley paperback available September 2003
SEX ON THE BRAIN
The Biological Differences
Between Men and Women
“Blum uses tact, intelligence, and humor to
enliven her journey through the political and
scientific minefield of sex differences.”
Penguin 352 pp. 0-14-026348-9 $13.95
THE SADEIAN WOMAN
And the Ideology of Pornography
“A brilliant, rigorous volume.”—Voice Literary
Supplement. “Carter was born subversive, in the
sense of its original root: to overturn....Only
she could have written The Sadeian Woman,
which interprets the Marquis de Sade’s badly
behaved heroines as early feminists.”—
Margaret Atwood, The Observer (London).
Penguin 160 pp. 0-14-029861-4 $12.00
Also in Penguin: Burning Your Boats 0-14-025528-1,
Love 0-14-010851-3, The Bloody Chamber 0-14-01784-X,
The Infernal Desire Machines of Doctor Hoffman 0-14-
023519-1, Nights at the Circus 0-14-007703-0, Wise
Children 0-14-017530-X, The Magic Toyshop 0-14-025640-7.
MASSACRE OF THE DREAMERS
Essays on Xicanisma
Castillo’s critical examination of the 500-year-old
roots of Chicano feminism in the United States.
“Brilliant and powerfully written.”—Ms.
Plume 256 pp. 0-452-27424-9 $16.00