Alan V. Murray reviews Abdul Rahman Azzam's Saladin for the THES, 5 March.
Dane T. Daniel reviews Charles Webster's Paracelsus: Medicine, Magic and Mission at the End of Time for the THES, 5 March.
Jonathan Bate,"The Power of Milton," TLS, 4 March, reviews Gordon Campbell's and Thomas N. Corns's John Milton: Life, Work, and Thought.
Susan Harrow reviews Edmund White's Rimbaud: The Double Life of a Rebel for the THES, 5 March.
Leslie Gofton reviews Joachim Radkau's Max Weber: A Biography, for the THES, 26 February.
Lori Brooks reviews Chad Heap's Slumming: Sexual and Racial Encounters in American Nightlife, 1885-1940 for the THES, 5 March.
Ritchie Robertson,"Was Hitler a Bookworm?" TLS, 4 March, reviews Timothy W. Ryback's Hitler's Private Library: The Books That Shaped His Life.
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