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The critical acclaim which greeted The Boat in the Evening confirmed Tarjei Vesaas's place amon..
As strange, unsettling and memorable as The Ice Palace and The Birds this remarkable novel conv..
In 1842 Charlotte Brontë (1816–55) and her sister Emily (1818–48) arrived in Brussels to improve the..
In The Crying of the Wind, the British surrealist painter and writer Ithell Colquhoun recalls episod..
An elderly man dressed as Mr Punch crouches in a darkened room. Someone is coming up the stairs. A g..
The Devil in the Hills is the most personal of Pavese’s novels, an elegiac celebration of lost youth..
Set against a sleepy cathedral town in northern France, Emile Zola’s novel The Dream (Le Rêve, 1888)..
Book II in the Bedlam Trilogy
In The Fairy Visions of Richard Dadd Miranda Miller returns to Bethle..
One of the central masterpieces of twentieth-century Japanese literature
The Gate describes the e..
From the international best-selling author of The Last Kabbalist of Lisbon comes a dazzling new work..
Henry III was the son and successor of Bad King John, reigning for 56 years from 1216 the first chil..
The Great War began for Dr Mehmed Greho when he was least expecting it, just when he was told that '..
May 2018Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Baltics
A feminist One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest....
Boutique Edition from Archipelago Books. Tarjei Vesaas’
final work, The Hills Reply,..
Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Serbia, published in collaboration with Istros Books
From the author of The Radetzky March
In The Hundred Days, Joseph Roth provides a poignant loo..
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