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    How a Synesthete Experiences Bach: An Empathic Journey into Sound Through Minimalist Motion, Shape, and Color /Link

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    Beautiful Brain: The Stunning Drawings of Neuroscience Founding Father Santiago Ramón y Cajal /Link

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    In My Own Process: Bruce Lee’s Personal Credo, In Never Before Published Letters to Himself from the Final Year of His Life /Link

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    When a Friendship Is More Than Friendship: The Tender Letters of Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms /Link

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    How to Know Everything About Everything: Laura Riding’s Extraordinary 1930 Letters to an 8-Year-Old Girl About Being Oneself /Link

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    The Binary Code of Body and Spirit: Computing Pioneer Alan Turing on Mortality /Link

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    Alchemy and the Transmutation of Ignorance Into Truth: Lewis Thomas’s Prescient 1983 Manifesto for the Humanity-Saving Value of Social Science /Link

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    William Faulkner on What Sherwood Anderson Taught Him About Writing, the Artist’s Task, and Being an American /Link

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    A Cinematic Love Letter to the Wilderness and John Muir’s Legacy /Link

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    Song of Two Worlds: Alan Lightman’s Poetic Ode to Science, the Unknown, and Our Search for Meaning, Illustrated by an 18-Year-Old Boy in India /Link

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    To Redeem One Person Is to Redeem the World: Pioneering Psychiatrist Frieda Fromm-Reichmann, the Loneliness of Mental Illness, and the Healing Power of Believing in a Person’s Inextinguishable Inner L ... more /Link

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    How to Make America Great Again: Rachel Carson on Protecting Nature and Heeding Science as a Force of Democracy /Link

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    The Joy of Suffering Overcome: Young Beethoven’s Stirring Letter to His Brothers About the Loneliness of Living with Deafness and How Music Saved His Life /Link