Where can you find a great book for under $10?
At Book Culture, of course!
Hit the stairs first, which are lined with stacks of remainders. On the first landing you’ll find Mark Mazower’s recent book Hitler’s Empire for only $8 and Tony Judt’s Reappraisals for $7. Turn the corner and check out the literary criticism section, where you’ll find Michael Wood’s The Road to Delphi for only $4.99 and the timely Panic! Markets, Crises & Crowds in American Fiction for $5.98. There are several gems lining the stairs, including two titles by Pamuk, Snow and Other Colors, each for $7.98. Stop at the next landing to browse the philosophy sale books and then continue on up to the tables on the 2nd floor. Here you’ll find, among many other things, a new crop of architecture titles, more literature and poetry (look for DeLillo’s Falling Man and Coetzee’s Inner Workings), and an overflowing table of history and african-american studies books.
Don’t miss the carts featuring a selection of the very newest remainders (on the carts now: Putin’s Russia by Anna Politkovskaya, Untapped: The Scramble for Africa’s Oil by John Ghazvinian, Vishnu’s Crowded Temple: India Since the Great Rebellion by Maria Misra).
If energy and time allow, head on to the cases of bargain books, where you will find a wonderful mix of mostly used books on every topic, all at excellent prices.
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