Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

The 2007 Books We Liked Best: Nonfiction Series: LISTENING TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY,by Alex Ross (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 624 Pp., $30) the "Chaotic Beauty" of 20th-Century Music Is Lost on Many. New Yorker Writer Alex Ross Hopes to Change That with This Insightful Piece of Analysis. (10/23/07)GOD'S HARVARD,by Hanna Rosin (Harcourt, 296 Pp., $25) Washington Post Reporter Hanna Rosin Profiles Patrick Henry College, the School That Aims to Be the Harvard of the Evangelical World. (9/11/07)GOMORRAH,by Robert Saviano (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 320 Pp., $25) Italian Journalist Robert Saviano Takes Readers on an Eye-Popping Tour of la Camorra, the Ruthless Crime Network Headquartered in Naples. (11/6/07)(C) Copyright 2007. the Christian Science Monitor

Newspaper article The Christian Science Monitor

The 2007 Books We Liked Best: Nonfiction Series: LISTENING TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY,by Alex Ross (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 624 Pp., $30) the "Chaotic Beauty" of 20th-Century Music Is Lost on Many. New Yorker Writer Alex Ross Hopes to Change That with This Insightful Piece of Analysis. (10/23/07)GOD'S HARVARD,by Hanna Rosin (Harcourt, 296 Pp., $25) Washington Post Reporter Hanna Rosin Profiles Patrick Henry College, the School That Aims to Be the Harvard of the Evangelical World. (9/11/07)GOMORRAH,by Robert Saviano (Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 320 Pp., $25) Italian Journalist Robert Saviano Takes Readers on an Eye-Popping Tour of la Camorra, the Ruthless Crime Network Headquartered in Naples. (11/6/07)(C) Copyright 2007. the Christian Science Monitor

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