The final volume of the Alberta trilogy finds Alberta, now with a young child, in Paris immediately ..
‘Ahead of her time . . . Like Virginia Woolf, though much tougher . . . A classic’ – Times Literar..
Book one in a trilogy of coming-of-age novels.
This is the story of Alberta Selmer, a young woma..
In this classic, published just months before Pavese's suicide in 1950, a successful couturier retur..
Regarded as Mishima’s finest book, Confessions of a Mask is the story of a Japanese boy’s devel..
Dan Yack is an eccentric English millionaire shipowner, a notorious hell-raiser, and the envy of all..
Emil Sinclair boasts of a theft that he has not committed and subsequently finds himself blackmailed..
Two related novels, Duo and Le Toutounier, are works of the french novelist Colette’s mature genius...
From the author of The Radetzky March
Flight Without End tells the story of a young ex-officer of t..
In the early 1950s Shusaku Endo spent several years as an exchange student studying in Paris. Around..
From the international best-selling author of Siddhartha
As a sensitive, disabled young composer ..
‘Cendrars’ first novel remains a minor masterpiece.’ – Times Literary Supplement
In January 1848 Jo..
From the Author of Ice
Set in an unspecified but eerily familiar time and landscape, Guilty is the ..
In the Shadow of Islam is an extraordinary evocation of the desert and its people by a woman wh..
Translated from the German by Hilda Rosner
It was Henry Miller who suggested to this publisher th..
A perfectly formed gem from the pen of one of Japan’s most important modern writers, Kappa is a..
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