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This sumptuously illustrated guide analyzes artists' representations of creation and the afterworld, the paths to salvation and damnation, Judgment Day, and angelic and demonic beings. 383 pp.
Considers the effects of video games on players and on culture and society, exploring the manipulation and psychological tools used to design games that are compelling and sometimes addicting. 277 pp.
Saint, sinner, mother, virgin—medieval women have long been cast into a handful of archetypal roles, with little attention paid to their day-to-day existence or inner lives. This volume offers a far more nuanced view. 108 pp.
In tracing Lt. Murphy's journey from a seemingly ordinary life on New York's Long Island to that remote mountainside a half a world away, SEAL of Honor will help readers understand how he came to demonstrate the extraordinary heroism and selfless leadership that earned him the nation's highest military honor. 218 pp.
The daring missions of America's World War II intelligence agency, the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), are the stuff of legend, yet the contributions made by the 4,000 women—including Julia Child and Marlene Dietrich—who served in the OSS are largely unheralded. 282 pp.