Pegasus

61 Articles

Last 30 days
Last 6 months
Last 12 months
Last 24 months
Specific Dates
PREMIUM

The Mountbattens: The Lives and Loves of Dickie and Edwina Mountbatten

For fans of any of the iterations of the Windsor story; an absorbing biography of important figures that will generate a lot of interest.
PREMIUM

Women on Waves: A Cultural History of Surfing; From Ancient Goddesses and Hawaiian Queens to Malibu Movie Stars and Millennial Champions

As surfing will make its Olympic debut in 2021, this book’s eye-catching cover and well-organized history make it an outstanding choice for sports and surfing aficionados. Recommended for public library sports collections, especially in areas where surfing is popular.
PREMIUM

Spin: A Novel Based on a (Mostly) True Story

One imagines that Annie herself would have enjoyed this “mostly true” fictional biography, as will fans of historical fiction.
PREMIUM

The Artist and the Eternal City

Some prior familiarity with Bernini and baroque Rome is helpful here. Still, many readers fond of European art and history will find this short volume worthwhile.
PREMIUM

The Florentines: From Dante to Galileo; The Transformation of Western Civilization

Bringing the Renaissance into better focus, this well-researched work is highly recommended for readers with an interest in the era, art history, and Italian history.
PREMIUM

Eartha & Kitt: A Daughter’s Love Story in Black and White

An inspiring story of the strong bond between a famous mother and her daughter, which will appeal to movie star watchers and film historians alike.

The Memory Thief, and the Secrets Behind How We Remember: A Medical Mystery

Opioid use and Alzheimer’s disease are two subjects affecting large swaths of Americans. A fascinating window into the search of one scientist (with a lot of help) to connect the dots and make a difference.
PREMIUM

The Man in the Iron Mask: The True Story of Europe’s Most Famous Prisoner

Dense with detail, this comprehensive work requires some knowledge or interest in this specific period of French history.
PREMIUM

The Fires of Philadelphia: Citizen-Soldiers, Nativists, and the 1844 Riots Over the Soul of a Nation

This is a particularly important story in the history of Philadelphia, but it has relevance for all of American history. Recommended for readers interested in urban history or the history of immigration in the United States.
ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER?

We are currently offering this content for free. Sign up now to activate your personal profile, where you can save articles for future viewing

ALREADY A SUBSCRIBER?