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Vineland (Classic, 20th-Century, Penguin)
Thomas Pynchon
Tristes Tropiques
Claude Lévi-Strauss, Patrick Wilcken, John Weightman, Doreen Weightman
Richard III
William Shakespeare
The Dwarf
Alexandra Dick, Pär Lagerkvist
The Collected Poems of Wilfred Owen
Wilfred Owen, Cecil Day-Lewis
Labyrinths
Richard Wolin
Giotto to Dürer: Early Renaissance Painting in the National Gallery
Jill Dunkerton, Susan Foister, Dillian Gordon, Nicholas Penny
Michel Foucault: Beyond Structuralism and Hermeneutics
Hubert L. Dreyfus, Paul Rabinow
Gravity's Rainbow
Thomas Pynchon
A Gravity's Rainbow Companion: Sources and Contexts for Pynchon's Novel
Steven Weisenburger

International Fascism 1920-1945

International Fascism 1920-1945 - Walter Mosse, George L. Mosse Robert J. Soucy's "The Nature of Fascism in France", pp. 27-55, is superb. Despite its narrow title, it is the best single brief introductory essay to the general topic of fascism that I have seen. (This is by far the best paper in this volume -- and the only one that most readers would find interesting.)

For those who can read French, I'd also call attention to the lead essay in Ph. Burrin's collected papers, titled "Les régimes fasciste et nazi", pp. 11-47:
(http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/565079.Fascisme_nazisme_autoritarisme).

The lead essay by George Mosse (pronounced Moss-ee) in The Fascist Revolution is also excellent: http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/3686095.The_Fascist_Revolution_Toward_a_General_Theory_of_Fascism