Literature & literary studies

The Destiny Thief

Richard Russo

Format: Hard Cover

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A master of the novel, short story and memoir, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of Everybody's Fool now gives us his very first collection of personal essays, thoughts on writing, reading and living.

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Salt On Your Tongue

Charlotte Runcie

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $36.99

A lyrical exploration of the sea, how it inspires art, music and literature and how it connects us.

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Julius Caesar (The Connell Guide to)

Andrew James Hartley

Format: Paperback

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Andrew Hartley analyses one of Shakespeare's most popular plays - one which is full of famous lines - and tells what critics have made of it through the ages.

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Shakespeare's Second Tetralogy (The Connell Guide to)

Cedric Watts

Format: Paperback

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An entertaining and erudite guide to Shakespeare's great sequence of history plays, culminating in Henry V, and to what the plays tell us about the public and private lives of politicians.

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Mansfield Park (The Connell Guide to)

John Sutherland, Jolyon Connell

Format: Paperback

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John Wiltshire, one of the most original critics of Jane Austen, argues not only that Mansfield Park is one of the great 19th century novels but that it has been completely misunderstood by most critics.

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The Merchant of Venice (The Connell Guide to)

Michael Neill

Format: Paperback

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In this short but comprehensive study, Michael Neill draws on a dazzling array of critics to tell us what Shakespeares most controversial play is really about and what it tells about the world.

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Persuasion (The Connell Guide to)

John Wiltshire

Format: Paperback

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John Wiltshire, one of the best and most thoughtful modern critics of Jane Austen, shows why her last novel, Persuasion, is rated so highly by readers and academics alike.

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So Here I Am

Anna Russell, illustrated by Camila Pinheiro

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $45.00

60 empowering speeches celebrating women in their own words through extracts and commissioned illustrations, spanning throughout history up to the modern day.

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Frankenstein's Brain

John Sutherland

Format: Hard Cover

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Literary sleuth John Sutherland takes a quirky journey through the lesser-known byways of Mary Shelley's masterpiece.

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Who Is Dracula's Father?

John Sutherland

Format: Paperback

NZD $24.99

Acclaimed critic John Sutherland gets his teeth into the literary puzzles of the greatest-ever Gothic novel.

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