Once we have embraced complexity, we can see it is a rich tapestry. This non-threatening way of looking at change and its components and predicates is in keeping with spiritual ideals.Be the first to comment
- Paul Veyne, ed., A History of Private Life I:From Pagan Rome to Byzantium (Belknap Press, 1987).
- Georges Duby, ed., A History of Private Life II: Revelations of the Medieval World (Belknap Press, 1988).
- Robert Chartier, ed., A History of Private Life III: Passions of the Renaissance (Belknap Press, 1993).
- Michelle Perrot, ed., A History of Private Life IV: From the Fires of Revolution to the Great War (Belknap Press, 1990).
- Antoine Prost, ed., A History of Private Life V: Riddles of Identity in Modern Times (Belknap Press, 1991).
- Bill Bryson, At Home: A Short History of Private Life (Doubleday, 2010).
Gish Jen has written a series of novels about Chinese immigrant life in the United States.
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- Gish Jen, World and Town (Knopf, 2010).
- Gish Jen, Typical American (Tuirtleback Books, 1992).
- Gish Jen, The Love Wife (Knopf, 2004).
- Gish Jen, Mona in the Promised Land (Knopf, 1996).
- William Trevor, The Collected Stories (Viking, 1992).
- William Trevor, Selected Stories (Viking, 2010).
- Gabriel García Márquez, One Hundred Years of Solitude (Harper Collins, 2003).
- Douglas Kennedy, Leaving the World (Hutchinson, 2009).
- Geraldine Brooks, March (Viking, 2005): Brooks won the 2006 Pulitzer Prize with this novel about a man who leaves his family to support the Union in the Civil War.