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A Lover's Discourse
A Lover's Discourse Roland Barthes
'A kind of mercurial elegy. . . Some extraordinary passion leaks through Barthes' lucid prose' Peter Ackroyd, Spectator
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A Roland Barthes Reader
A Roland Barthes Reader Roland Barthes
An excellent introduction to the intellectual Roland Barthes, whose distinctive philosophy incorporates art, literature and diverse aspects of mainstream culture.
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A Room of One’s Own (Vintage Feminism Short Edition)
A Room of One’s Own (Vintage Feminism Short Edition) Virginia Woolf
A new, small format edition of Virginia Woolf's classic, empowering essay, A Room of One's Own, with an introduction from Jeanette Winterson
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A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas
A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas Virginia Woolf
Woolf exposes the prejudices and constraints against which women writers struggled for centuries, and argues for a more equal literary establishment
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A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas (Vintage Classics Woolf Series)
A Room of One's Own and Three Guineas (Vintage Classics Woolf Series) Virginia Woolf
Woolf exposes the prejudices and constraints against which women writers struggled for centuries, and argues for a more equal literary establishment
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A Vindication of the Rights of Woman
A Vindication of the Rights of Woman Mary Wollstonecraft
A key work of proto-feminism, Mary Wollstonecraft's readable and impassioned argument is as relevant today as it was 200 years ago.
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A Writer's Notebook
A Writer's Notebook W. Somerset Maugham
Maugham's working notebook which he kept for most of his writing life, and forms one of his most important pieces of work
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Amerika
Amerika Franz Kafka
A lyrical translation of Kafka's first novel - a menacing allegory of modern life.
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Anna Karenina (Vintage Classic Russians Series)
Anna Karenina (Vintage Classic Russians Series) Leo Tolstoy
The Vintage Classics Russians Series - sumptuous editions of the greatest books to come out of Russia during the most tumultuous period in its history
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Armageddon in Retrospect
Armageddon in Retrospect Kurt Vonnegut
The first and only collection of unpublished works by Kurt Vonnegut since his death—a fitting tribute to the author, and an essential contribution to the discussion of war, peace and humanity’s tendency toward violence.
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Arrow in the Blue
Arrow in the Blue Arthur Koestler
'Perhaps the most remarkable autobiography since the confessions of Rousseau' V. S. Pritchett, New Statesman
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Bacchae
Bacchae Euripides Euripides
A bold new translation of this shockingly modern classic work by Forward Prize-winning poet, Robin Robertson
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Balzac V S Pritchett
After his brilliant lectures in The Living Novel on the English, Russian and French novelists, and his celebrated portrait of a spendthrift in A Cab at the Door, V.S. Pritchett turns his command of irony and comedy to the most extravagant of all great novelists, Honore de Balzac.
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Barnaby Rudge
Barnaby Rudge Charles Dickens
This edition is based on the first one-volume publication of Barnaby Rudge, reproducing all the original illustrations. Appendices include a map of London at the time of the Gordon Riots and the preface to the 1969 edition.
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Bee Journal (The Birds and the Bees)
Bee Journal (The Birds and the Bees) Sean Borodale
The Birds and the Bees series from Vintage Classics - beautiful editions of the finest British nature writing
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Between the Acts
Between the Acts Virginia Woolf
Virginia Woolf's final novel, now in Penguin Black Classics.
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Bleak House
Bleak House Charles Dickens
As the interminable case of Jarndyce and Jarndyce grinds its way through the Court of Chancery, it draws together a disparate group of people.
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Brave New World Revisited
Brave New World Revisited Aldous Huxley
‘One of the most important books to have been published since the war’ Daily Telegraph
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Bright Star
Bright Star John Keats
'O soft embalmer of the still midnight,/ Shutting, with careful fingers and benign,/ Our gloom-pleas'd eyes, embower'd from the light, / Enshaded in forgetfulness divine' John Keats, 'Ode to Sleep'
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