Mary Beard has written a “manifesto” on woman and power.
Jean Tirole, the nobel laureate economist, has written a book about economics and the “common good,” now translated into English.
Caesar is getting the Landmark treatment.
There is now a biography of Steve Bannon.
Vladimir Nabokov’s dream diary.
A positive appraisal of Brutus.
An archaeologist’s book on the origins of the traditional crafts.
Another translation of the Confessions, this one by Peter Constantine.