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Fateless
Fateless Imre Kertesz
‘Should be savoured slowly... Only through exploring its subtlety and detail will the reader come to appreciate such an ornate and honest testimony to the human spirit’ - Washington Times
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Selected Stories
Selected Stories Alice Munro
This is the first-ever selection of one of the world's greatest living short-story writers, and winner of the Man Booker International Prize 2009.
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Detective Story
Detective Story Imre Kertesz
Nobel Laureate Imre Kertész plunges us into a story of the worst kind, told by a man living outside morality.
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Restoration
Restoration Rose Tremain
‘A most beautiful and original novel’ Independent
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The Heart Of A Dog
The Heart Of A Dog Mikhail Bulgakov
A superb comic masterpiece and fierce parable of the Russian Revolution by the author of The Master and Margarita.
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The Bonfire of the Vanities
The Bonfire of the Vanities Tom Wolfe
As influential as Martin Amis’s MONEY and Oliver Stone’s film WALL STREET, this is an exhilarating satire of Eighties excess and a book that captures the roiling spirit of New York
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The Age of Innocence
The Age of Innocence Edith Wharton
The Vintage Classics edition of The Age of Innocence is published to tie-in with the publication of the Vintage paperback of Hermione Lee’s celebrated biography of Edith Wharton
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All the Days and Nights
All the Days and Nights William Maxwell
Spanning more than fifty years, the twenty-one stories in this collection may be said to represent the life's work of William Maxwell.
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The Following Story
The Following Story Cees Nooteboom
A slim, philosophical, beautifully-written novel by one of Europe's most brilliant living writers and winner of the European Literature Prize
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Midnight's Children
Midnight's Children Salman Rushdie
A new edition of Salman Rushdie's prize-winning masterpiece to tie in with the release of a major film adaptation.
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Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha
Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha Roddy Doyle
The bittersweet story of a boy growing up in north Dublin, winner of the Booker Prize
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The Door
The Door Magda Szabó
A powerful, haunting novel about an unlikely friendship by Hungary's most important twentieth-century writer.
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Beloved
Beloved Toni Morrison
ONE OF FIVE NEW VINTAGE FUTURE CLASSICS READING GUIDE EDITIONS
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The Tin Drum
The Tin Drum Günter Grass
A new translation of the landmark novel with a new foreword by the author
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Alms For Oblivion Vol I
Alms For Oblivion Vol I Simon Raven
A dazzling sequence of novels about the English misbehaving at home and abroad
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Alms For Oblivion Vol II
Alms For Oblivion Vol II Simon Raven
A dazzling sequence of novels about the English misbehaving at home and abroad
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Cain
Cain José Saramago
The last novel to be written before the death of the great Portuguese novelist and Nobel Prize winner Jose Saramago, who passed away in June 2010 - a controversial book in the mode of The Gospel According to Jesus Christ
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The Elephant's Journey
The Elephant's Journey José Saramago
Nobel prizewinner Saramago always has something new up his sleeve: this time he has written a delightful historical fable about an Indian elephant called Solomon, who, in obedience to the absurd caprice of a sixteenth-century monarch, travels from Lisbon to Vienna to become a wedding gift for an emperor.
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Raised from the Ground
Raised from the Ground José Saramago
Published for the first time in English, this deeply autobiographical novel by Nobel Prize-winning writer José Saramago tells the powerful story of the Mau-Tempo family.
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Death at Intervals
Death at Intervals José Saramago
'Death at Intervals is a delight: witty, clever, humane, light in tone, profoundly serious in matter' - Scotsman
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Seeing
Seeing José Saramago
What happens when voter apathy dismantles democracy altogether? Saramago's gripping novel investigates
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Dinner At The Homesick Restaurant
Dinner At The Homesick Restaurant Anne Tyler
Dinner at the Homesick Restaurant is a book to be settled into fully, tomorrow be damned. Funny, heart-hammering, wise. The New York Times
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So Long, See You Tomorrow
So Long, See You Tomorrow William Maxwell
A love triangle in 1930s Illinois is the focus of this luminous American classic, a short novel that yet encompasses humanity, wit, insight and psychological suspense
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Alms For Oblivion Vol III
Alms For Oblivion Vol III Simon Raven
A dazzling sequence of novels about the English misbehaving at home and abroad
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