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National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism

2008 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2008 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2008 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerChildren’s Literature: A Reader’s History: Reader’s History from Aesop to Harry PotterSeth LererEver since children have learned to read, there has been children’s literature. Children’s Literature charts the makings of the Western literary imagination from Aesop’s fables to Mother Goose, from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland to Peter Pan, from Where...Amazon2008 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistEverything Is Cinema: The Working Life Of Jean-Luc GodardRichard BrodyAmazonMaimonides: The Life and World of One of Civilization’s Greatest MindsJoel L. KraemerAmazonOrpheus in the Bronx: Essays on Identity, Politics, and the Freedom of PoetryReginald ShepherdAmazonThe Men in My LifeVivian GornickAmazon
1998 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

1998 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

1998 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerVisions of Jazz: The First CenturyGary GiddinsAn outstanding voice in the field, the jazz critic for The Village Voice leads readers through the first century of the music in a voluminous, expert account of the great jazz artists past and present and their distinctive contributions. UP....Amazon1998 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistHip Hop AmericaNelson GeorgeAmazonOut of Sheer RageGeoff DyerAmazonShakespeare: The Invention of the HumanHarold BloomAmazonThe Sounds of PoetryRobert PinskyAmazon
1999 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

1999 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

1999 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerSelected Non-FictionsJorge Louis BorgesThe non-fiction work of the great Latin American poet and writer is collected here with essays, reviews, lectures, and political commentary on everything from Ellery Queen to the Kabbalah. Reprint....Amazon1999 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistBlack Planet: Facing Race During an NBA SeasonDavid ShieldsAmazonFilm Follies: The Cinema Out of OrderStuart KlawansAmazonLives of the PoetsMichael SchmidtAmazonReputations of the Tongue: On Poets and PoetryWilliam LoganAmazon
2000 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2000 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2000 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerQuarrel & QuandaryCynthia OzickIn this collection of essays, Cynthia Ozick, everywhere acclaimed as a critic, novelist, and storyteller, examines some of the world's most illustrious writers and their work, tackles compelling contemporary literary and moral issues, and looks into the we...Amazon2000 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistA Poetry of Two MindsSherod SantosAmazonCritical Entertainments: Music Old and NewCharles RosenAmazonFrom Dawn to Decadence: 500 Years of Western Cultural Life, 1500 to PresentJacques BarzunAmazonPassionate MindsClaudia Roth PierpontAmazon
2001 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2001 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2001 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerThe War Against Cliche: Essays and Reviews, 1971-2000Martin AmisIs there anything that Martin Amis can’t write about? In this virtuosic, career-spanning collection he takes on James Joyce and Elvis Presley, Nabokov and English football, Jane Austen and Penthouse Forum, William Burroughs and Hillary Clinton. But above a...Amazon2001 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistAs Eve Said to the Serpent: On Landscape, Gender, and ArtRebecca SolnitAmazonDe/Compositions: 101 Good Poems Gone WrongW.D. SnodgrassAmazonIll Nature: Rants and Reflections on Humanity and Other AnimalsJoy WilliamsAmazonMarginalia: Readers Writing in BooksH.J. JacksonAmazon
2002 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2002 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2002 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerTests of TimeWilliam H. GassThe author reflects on the nature of writing, reading, culture, history, politics, and public opinion in fourteen essays....Amazon2002 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistBright Earth: Art and the Invention of ColorPhilip BallAmazonOld Man GoyaJulia BlackburnAmazonPiano Notes: The World of the PianistCharles RosenAmazonRevieweryChristopher RicksAmazon
2003 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2003 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2003 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerRiver of ShadowsRebecca SolnitThe world as we know it today began in California in the late 1800s, and Eadweard Muybridge had a lot to do with it. This striking assertion is at the heart of Rebecca Solnit’s new book, which weaves together biography, history, and fascinating insights in...Amazon2003 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistGritosDagoberto GilbAmazonMichelangelo & the Popes CeilingRoss KingAmazonRegarding the Pain of OthersSusan SontagAmazonSongbookNick HornbyAmazon
2004 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2004 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2004 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerWhere You’re At: Notes From the Frontline of a Hip-Hop PlanetPatrick NeatePinballing around the major cities of the world, from where it all began in the projects of Brooklyn and the Bronx to the excessive madness of Tokyo, from the random violence of Johannesburg, to the shanty towns of Rio, Whitbread Award-winning writer Patri...Amazon2004 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistPaper Trail: Selected Prose, 1965-2003Richard HowardAmazonSontag & Kael: Opposites Attract MeCraig SeligmanAmazonStrangers: Homosexual Love in the 19th CenturyGraham RobbAmazonThe Irresponsible Self: On Laughter and the NovelJames WoodAmazon
2005 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2005 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2005 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerThe Undiscovered Country: Poetry in the Age of TinWilliam LoganWilliam Logan has been called both the "preeminent poet-critic of his generation" and the "most hated man in American poetry." For more than a quarter century, in the keen-witted and bare-knuckled reviews that have graced the New York Times Book Review, th...Amazon2005 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistGather at the River: Notes From the Post-Millennial SouthHal CrowtherAmazonStill Looking: Essays on American ArtJohn UpdikeAmazonUnnatural WondersArthur DantoAmazonWhat Happened Here: Bush ChroniclesEliot WeinbergerAmazon
2006 Awards, All Book Awards, Book Awards, Book Awards By Year, National Book Critics Circle Award, National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism

2006 National Book Critics Circle Award – Criticism Winner and Nominees

2006 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism WinnerEverything That Rises: A Book of ConvergencesLawrence WeschlerFrom a cuneiform tablet to a Chicago prison, from the depths of the cosmos to the text on our T-shirts, art historian and journalist Lawrence Weschler finds strange connections wherever he looks. The farther one travels (through geography, through art, thr...Amazon2006 National Book Critics Circle Award - Criticism ShortlistBreaking the Spell: Religion As a Natural PhenomenonDaniel DennettAmazonFollies of the Wise: Dissenting EssaysFrederick CrewsAmazonOn Looking: EssaysLia PurpuraAmazonWhile Europe Slept: How Radical Islam Is Destroying the West From WithinBruce BawerAmazon