essays

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Wow, no thank you.

essays
2020
Presents a collection of essays by American comedian, author, and blogger, Samantha Irby.

Dead girls

essays on surviving an American obsession
2018
"A collection of . . . essays that expertly blends the personal and political in an exploration of American culture through the lens of our obsession with dead women"--Provided by publisher.

Spanish art in Britain and Ireland, 1750-1920

studies in reception in memory of Enriqueta Harris Frankfort
2010
A collection of essays that examines the reception of Spanish art in Britain and Ireland from the Golden Age to Goya, including artists such as Murillo, Vel?zqauez, Ribera, Zurbar?n, El Greco and Goya.

Earth 2.0

the search for a new home
2019
Presents a collection of essays selected from the New York Times that looks at the search for habitable extrasolar planets with life.

Black lives matter at school

an uprising for educational justice
2020
"A . . . collection of essays, interviews, poems, resolutions, and more from educators, students, and activists who have been building the Black Lives Matter at School movement across the country"--OCLC.

She memes well

essays
2021
"From comedian Quinta Brunson comes a deeply personal and funny collection of essays about trying to make it when you're broke, overcoming self-doubt and depression, and how she's used humor to navigate her career in unusual directions"--Provided by publisher.

Sure, I'll be your Black friend

notes from the other side of the fist bump
2021
"Ben Philippe's candid memoir-in-essays, chronicling a lifetime of being the Black friend (see also: foreign kid, boyfriend, coworker, student, teacher, roommate, enemy) in predominantly white spaces. From cheating his way out of swim tests to discovering stray family members in unlikely places, he finds the punchline in the serious while acknowledging the blunt truths of existing as a Black man in today's world"--Provided by publisher.

Save it for later

promises, parenthood, and the urgency of protest
2021
Discusses living in a new era of necessary protest with seven essays presented in graphic novel format.

You look so much better in person

true stories of absurdity and success
2020
"'Today Show' co-anchor, Al Roker, shares his life lessons on success and happiness in a humorous essay collection"--OCLC.

Marriage

2022
"Anthology of diverse viewpoints exploring how marriage fits into our changing society, including issues of same-sex marriage, domestic violence, women's equality, children and divorce, the wedding industry, and the Unmarried Equality Movement--the movement for single people to attain equal rights to married people"--.

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