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The 20th Century Collection

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The 20th Century Collection

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The 20th Century Collection

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The 20th Century Collection presents the lives of remarkable people who influenced the world for generations to come.

Sarah: The Life of Sarah Bernhardt
By Robert Gottlieb

“A terrific book" —NPR
A captivating exploration of the trajectory of the daughter of a courtesan who transformed herself into the most famous actress who ever lived

Einstein: His Space and Times
By Steven Gimbel

“Worthwhile” —The Sunday Times
A revealing new portrait of Albert Einstein, the world’s first scientific “superstar”

Becoming Freud: The Making of a Psychoanalyst
By Adam Phillips

“An audacious book” —The New Yorker
From one of the world’s foremost authorities on Sigmund Freud comes a strikingly original biography of the father of psychoanalysis

Hank Greenberg: The Hero Who Didn’t Want to Be One
By Mark Kurlansky

“A graceful appreciation” —USA Today
A thoughtful exploration of the truth behind the slugger's legend: his Bronx boyhood, his spectacular discipline as an aspiring ballplayer, and the cultural context of virulent anti-Semitism in which his career played out

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