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Newly Published, From Sea Stories to Trauma’s Impact

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AN IMPOSSIBLE LOVE, by Christine Angot. Translated by Armine Kotin Mortimer. (Archipelago, paper, $18.) In a work of fiction, Angot charts the fractured relationship of her parents from its beginnings in the 1950s, revealing how ideas of class and nationalism in France impact love.

THE ARCHEOLOGIST AND SELECTED SEA STORIES, by Andreas Karkavitsas. Translated by Johanna Hanink. (Penguin Classics, paper, $17.) This translation of Karkavitsas’ “The Archeologist,” originally published in 1904, is presented here with four stories that Karkavitsas heard from sailors while sailing the Mediterranean.

EVERYDAY TRAUMA: Remapping the Brain’s Response to Stress, Anxiety, and Painful Memories for a Better Life, by Tracey Shors. (Flatiron, $27.99.) A neuroscientist explains the impact of trauma on the human body, and presents a program that combines mental and physical exercises to help overcome trauma.

NAILING IT: How History’s Awesome Twentysomethings Got It Together, by Robert L. Dilenschneider. (Citadel, paper, $16.95.) This collection focuses on 25 public figures, including Einstein, Mozart and Toni Morrison, and zeros in on what they were doing with their lives during their mid-20s.

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