Marcia G. Welsh

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Dementia Reimagined: Building a Life of Joy and Dignity from Beginning to End

While her history of treatment and research is eye-opening, Powell's vision of "building a life of joy and dignity from beginning to end" is not as specific as most concerned readers would hope. Still, it's a good start toward reimagining this devastating disease.

Encyclopedia of Romance Fiction

Librarians, literary and popular culture students and scholars, and genre devotees will appreciate this well-written, well-edited volume of diverse recommendations.

Writers: Their Lives and Works

This treasure of a book is an enchanting addition to most public library collections.

1,000 Books To Read Before You Die: A Life-Changing List

A treasure chest for book lovers everywhere. (Not to be confused with Peter Boxall's 1001 Books You Must Read Before You Die, rev. ed.), which includes only fiction, with annotations by more than 100 contributors.)

Mapping Shakespeare: An Exploration of Shakespeare's Worlds Through Maps

A great addition to literary and cartography collections.

The Warsaw Ghetto in American Art and Culture

This vivid approach to an important event will be appreciated by students and scholars of the Holocaust as well as general readers.

Birds of a Feather: Joseph Cornell's Homage to Juan Gris

Museumgoers and other art lovers will find this a revealing look at the influences and process of two intriguing artists.

A Chronology of Art

As intended, students and art lovers will gain "a deeper understanding of the influences behind some of the world's greatest artworks and a new insight into the story of art itself."

Sacred Texts Interpreted: Religious Documents Explained

Many readers will value this unique resource, including undergraduate students of comparative religion and general readers interested in the topic.

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