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From fiery intellectual provocateur Camille Paglia: a brilliant essay collection that both celebrates and challenges modern feminism - from motherhood to Madonna, football to Friedan, stilettos to Steinem.
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A book about a forest, which is like a forest. A story of tangled pathways and surprising encounters; magic and madness, litter and loss. A book about getting lost, and finding oneself.
A librarian's laugh-out-loud funny, deeply moving collection of love letters and break-up notes to the books in her life.
Ros Barber, foreword by Mark Rylance
30-Second Shakespeare grapples with the world's most famous playwright. From what we know of his life, to the meanings of concepts and themes, and his enduring literary and linguistic legacy.
John Sutherland, John Crace
The essential miscellany for all Bronte fans.
The ultimate collection of great racing stories told in Jim Haynes's inimitable style.
Simon Armitage's sparkling translation of the legendary tale of King Arthur.
Sylvia Plath, edited by Karen Kukil and Peter K Steinberg
The essential read for any fan and scholar of Sylvia Plath.
Olivia Laing's captivating exploration of alcoholism and literature; 'beguiling, beautifully written . . . brilliant and original' - Sunday Times
Brilliant essays from the acclaimed New Yorker writer and novelist.
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