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Great Expectations
Great Expectations Charles Dickens
The mysterious tale of an orphan who is made into a gentleman, with one of the best opening scenes you'll ever read!
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Shingle Street
Shingle Street Blake Morrison
A new collection of poems from bestselling poet, novelist and memoirist, Blake Morrison
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Bright Travellers
Bright Travellers Fiona Benson
A collection of poetry from the Eric Gregory Award-winning Fiona Benson. Winner of the 2015 Geoffrey Faber Memorial Prize Winner of the 2015 Seamus Heaney Centre for Poetry Prize for First Full Collection Shortlisted for the 2015 T. S. Eliot Prize Shortlisted for the 2014 Forward Prize for Best First Collection
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The Gap of Time
The Gap of Time Jeanette Winterson
A story of love and jealousy, tragedy and forgiveness, a lost child and a found family
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The Bughouse
The Bughouse Daniel Swift
A groundbreaking new biography of Ezra Pound, one of the most controversial poets of the twentieth century, told through the stories of his illustrious visitors at St Elizabeths Hospital, Washington, DC
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War Stories
War Stories Sebastian Faulks
A unique anthology that brings together the best fictional writing about war in the last century
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The Cycling Anthology
The Cycling Anthology
Volume Five of The Cycling Anthology, a collection of the best writing on cycling by some of the sport's leading journalists.
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The Love Book
The Love Book Allie Esiri
A glorious cloth-bound collection of poetry, prose, letters and lyrics penned by the finest writers in the English language, about the most important emotion on earth.
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Flaneuse
Flaneuse Lauren Elkin
Part memoir, part biography, part cultural meander, an irresistibly intelligent literary walk through the lives of wandering women: about how, by putting one foot in front of the other, we can sometimes stumble upon different routes in our lives
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When the Facts Change
When the Facts Change Tony Judt
A great thinker's final testament: a characteristically wise and forthright collection of essays from the author of Postwar and Thinking the Twentieth Century, spanning a career of extraordinary intellectual engagement. Edited and introduced by Jennifer Homans.
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Shylock is My Name
Shylock is My Name Howard Jacobson
A re-envisaging of Shakespeare's The Merchant of Venice, from the Man Booker Prize-winner and our great chronicler of Jewish life.
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While Wandering
While Wandering Duncan Minshull
‘A book to start your heart and feet beating for the road’ The Times
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The Stairwell
The Stairwell Michael Longley
In his 75th year, the tenth collection by the greatest living Northern Irish poet Winner of the 2015 Griffin Poetry Prize Shortlisted for the 2014 T.S. Eliot Prize
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Lost in Translation
Lost in Translation Ella Frances Sanders
A gorgeous illustrated compendium of untranslatable words from around the world.
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Deep Lane
Deep Lane Mark Doty
A frank and fearless new collection from the winner of the T. S. Eliot Prize
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Human Work
Human Work Sean Borodale
A stunning collection about the rites and rituals of cooking by one of Britain’s best new poets.
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Linescapes
Linescapes Hugh Warwick
An eye-opening exploration of the lines that cut through our countryside, from hedges to railways, and a passionate manifesto for reconnecting wildlife.
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A Smell of Burning
A Smell of Burning Colin Grant
Part memoir of Grant's late brother, part history of epilepsy: ‘An extraordinary work of love and art, which left me choked with tears' Observer
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Song Of Myself
Song Of Myself Walt Whitman
One of the best-known and most stirring American poems, brilliantly edited by Stephen Mitchell, now available in the Shambhala Pocket Library series.
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Of Love and Desire
Of Love and Desire Louis de Bernieres, Donald Sammut
A beautiful gift book of poems on the subjects of love and desire by one of the UKs best-loved writers, author of Captain Corellis Mandolin.
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British Muslim Soldier Adnan Sarwar
The Army can be family. The Army can be religion. The Army can be your identity. Adnan Sarwar – Pakistani boy from Burnley, good Muslim son, British squaddie – tells us why and how he became a British Muslim Soldier.
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A Community of Mortals Alexandra Zelman-Doring
Inspiring, revealing, shocking – Alexandra Zelman-Doring's essay on mourning, therapeutic hypothermia and some of the greatest literature written on death.
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