The classic The New York Times bestseller, with a new introduction from much-lauded The Washington Post columnist E.J. Dionne Jr.
“A brisk, frothy narrative . . . informative and fun.” —The Wall Street Journal
In this “incredibly rich” (New York Times) definitive history of the Bolshoi Ballet, visionary performances onstage compete with political machinations backstage.
Using television Audience of One reframes America through the rattled mind of a septuagenarian, insomniac, cable-news-junkie president.
In this enthralling history of the debutante ritual, Kristen Richardson sheds new light on contemporary ideas about women and marriage.