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A Billion Voices: China's Search for a Common Language: Penguin Specials
A Billion Voices: China's Search for a Common Language: Penguin Specials David Moser
David Moser tells the remarkable story of China's language unification agenda and its controversial relationship with modern politics, challenging our conceptions of what it means to speak and be Chinese.
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A Country Too Far
A Country Too Far Tom Keneally, Rosie Scott
A tour de force of stunning fiction, memoir, poetry and essays. A Country Too Far is by turns thoughtful, fierce, evocative and lyrical, and always extraordinary powerful.
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A Long Way Home
A Long Way Home Saroo Brierley
A moving and inspirational true story of survival and triumph against incredible odds, celebrating the importance of never letting go of what drives the human spirit – hope.
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A Universe of One's Own
A Universe of One's Own Antonia Hayes
Three powerful essays tracing a life in language, from the rhythms of first words to taking Virginia Woolf’s call for equality into today and beyond.
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A Woman of Property
A Woman of Property Robyn Schiff
Located in a menacing, gothic landscape, the poems that comprise A Woman of Property draw formal and imaginative boundaries against boundless mortal threat, but as all borders are vulnerable, this ominous collection ultimately stages an urgent and deeply imperiled boundary dispute where haunting, illusion, the presence of the past, and disembodied voices only further unsettle questions of material and spiritual possession. 
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Blue Rose
Blue Rose Carol Muske-Dukes
A new collection of emotionally rich, issue-oriented poems from an award-winning poet whose work “has long been essential reading” (Jorie Graham).
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Cantonese Love Stories: Twenty-five Vignettes of a City: Penguin Specials
Cantonese Love Stories: Twenty-five Vignettes of a City: Penguin Specials Dung Kai-cheung
A collection of twenty-five narrative sketches, Cantonese Love Stories offers an intimate look into the cultural, commercial and romantic milieu of Hong Kong in the 1990s.
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Civil War
Civil War Lucan
A magnificent new translation of the enduring epic about the sundering of the Roman Republic.
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Classic Penguin: Cover to Cover
Classic Penguin: Cover to Cover Audrey Niffenegger, Paul Buckley
For lovers of classic literature, book design, and all things Penguin, Classic Penguin has you covered.
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Darling, I Love You
Darling, I Love You Daniel Ladinsky
A heartwarming collection of short verse celebrating our beloved pets and the wonder of life.
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Death Sentence
Death Sentence Don Watson
Part diatribe, part cool reflection on the state of Australia’s public language, Don Watson’s Death Sentence is scathing, funny and brilliant.
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Dolefully, A Rampart Stands
Dolefully, A Rampart Stands PAIGE ACKERSON-KIELY
A collection of haunting, image-rich poems about isolation, captivity, and vanishing as liberation.
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Dubliners
Dubliners James Joyce
A collection of fifteen stories, evoking the voices and lives that teem in Joyce's vision of his native city
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Eight Juxtapositions: China through Imperfect Analogies from Mark Twian to Manchukuo Penguin Specials
Eight Juxtapositions: China through Imperfect Analogies from Mark Twian to Manchukuo Penguin Specials Jeffrey Wasserstrom
What do Pope Francis and Xi Jinping have in common? More than you think. Approaching the red Rubik's Cube from a new angle, Jeffrey Wasserstrom challenges conventional commentary on China through eight experimental analogies, finding fresh and surprising ways to look at the Asian superpower.
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False River
False River Paula Morris
Superb writing from a fiercely intelligent writer in the vanguard of New Zealand literature.
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Flock of Brown Birds: Penguin Specials
Flock of Brown Birds: Penguin Specials Ge Fei
In this avant garde novella, memory and time are subjective. A writer named Ge Fei retreats to the beautiful solitude of the Waterside to finish his novel inspired by the Revelations of St. John.
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Great Speeches: Words That Made History
Great Speeches: Words That Made History Anon
A great speech has the power to define the times, to inspire, to stir and to motivate.
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