From the author of The Birds and The Boat in the Evening comes a novel of startling beauty, widely c..
The 1964 publication of Violette Leduc's extraordinary memoir La Bâtarde impressed and scandalized t..
In The Living Stones, the British surrealist painter and writer Ithell Colquhoun drifts through Corn..
The classic and best-selling eco-parable.
In his wonderful story of Elzéard Bouffier, an imaginary ..
Jacques Forrestier, the central character of Cocteau’s famous first novel from 1921, is a parasite a..
‘Genius . . . makes the imagination take wing.’ — Mail On Sunday
In 1613, four low-ranking Japa..
On the first day of First Surgery’s project, three prisoners were scheduled for operations. The aims..
From the author of The Radetzky March
The Silent Prophet is the result of Joseph Roth’s visit ..
Going up a mountain track, I fell to thinking. Approach everything rationally, and you become harsh...
Published before Paul Scott’s Raj Quartet and long anticipating Rushdie’s Midnight’s Children, Abdul..
A long-time best-seller in Finland and in France, The Year of the Hare is Arto Paasilinna's masterpi..
In The Zapple Diaries Barry Miles, renowned cultural historian and writer, brings us the fascinating..
Thomas the Impostor is set at the outbreak of the First World War and is based on Jean Cocteau's e..
From the author of the international best-selling eco-parable The Man Who Planted Trees comes one ..
Once upon a time in the District of Zlotogrod there lived an Inspector of Weights and Measures whose..
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