Globalists The End of Empire and the Birth of Neoliberalism Quinn Slobodian “The historian Quinn Slobodian’s

fascinating book is the place to learn. [He] writes with elegance and clarity ... [A] brilliant, scholarly book.” —Literary Review £25.95

A World of Empires The Russian Voyage of the Frigate Pallada Edyta M. Bojanowska “An intriguing insight into an earlier age when trade bound the world closer together.” —Financial Times Belknap Press | £25.95

Milton and the Making of Paradise Lost William Poole “[R]ichly informative ... [Poole] makes excellent use of previous scholarship ... With all these many excellences, William Poole’s book may well become what he shows Paradise Lost soon became: a classic.”

—Times Literary Supplement £21.95

Elements of Surprise Our Mental Limits and the Satisfactions of Plot Vera Tobin “[Tobin] addresses the literary 'tradition of the well-made surprise'

in her academically oriented but appealingly playful book. Her declared intent is to 'open the hood' to look at the machinery that drives various kinds of plots, especially but not exclusively those of mystery and thriller novels.” —Publishers Weekly £25.95

Bring the War Home The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America Kathleen Belew “Bring the War Home is a tour de force. An utterly engrossing and piercingly argued history that tracks how

the seismic aftershocks of the Vietnam War gave rise to a white power movement whose toxic admixture of violent bigotry, antigovernmental hostility, and racial terrorism helped set the stage for Waco, the Oklahoma City bombing, and, yes, the presidency of Donald Trump.” —Junot Díaz £21.95