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Marie Howe
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Stephen Batchelor's Buddhism without Beliefs (1997) provides an accessible introduction to the principles and values underlying Buddhism, without the accompanying religious dogma.

Howe's The Good Thief (1988) contains the poem "What Belongs to Us," along with thirtythree other poems. Readers could benefit from reading the entire book to develop a strong sense of how the poem fits into the collection.

Howe has edited, with Michael Klein, In the Company of My Solitude: American Writing from the AIDS Pandemic, published by Persea in 1995. Howe's brother, John, died of AIDS.

For an innovative look at 1980s' conservatism, read Michael X. Caprini's 1986 book entitled Change in American Politics: The Coming of Age of the Generation of the 1960s.

Matthew Rettenmund's 1996 book entitled Totally Awesome 80s: A Lexicon of the Music, Videos, Movies, TV Shows, Stars, and Trends of That Decadent Decade, is the first pop reference work on the 1980s...

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