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The Origins Of Totalitarianism: PMC
The Origins Of Totalitarianism: PMC Hannah Arendt
Arendt's definitive work on totalitarianism, a surprise bestseller in 2017.
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Discipline And Punish
Discipline And Punish Michel Foucault
In the Middle Ages there were gaols and dungeons, but punishment was for the most part a spectacle.
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Reading Lolita In Tehran
Reading Lolita In Tehran Azar Nafisi
Azar Nafisi's bestselling memoir is a moving, passionate testament to the transforming power of books, the magic of words and the search for beauty in life's darkest moments. 
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The Lucky Country
The Lucky Country Donald Horne
When it was first published in 1964 The Lucky Country caused a sensation. Horne took Australian society to task for its philistinism, provincialism and dependence. 
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On Photography
On Photography Susan Sontag
Susan Sontag's groundbreaking critique of photography asks forceful questions about the moral and aesthetic issues surrounding this art form.
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Down And Out In Paris And London
Down And Out In Paris And London George Orwell
Down and Out in Paris and London is George Orwell's haunting account of the streets and those who have no choice but to live on them.
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The Road To Wigan Pier
The Road To Wigan Pier George Orwell
'We are mistaken when we say that 'It isn't the same for them as it would be for us', and that people bred in the slums can imagine nothing but the slums. For what I saw on her face was not the ignorant suffering of an animal.
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Laughter In The Dark
Laughter In The Dark Vladimir Nabokov
Ten new titles in the colourful, small-format, portable new Pocket Penguins series.
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