Literature & literary studies

Coventry

Rachel Cusk

Format: Paperback

NZD $24.99

A series of essays from Rachel Cusk - about choices, womanhood and art.

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Breaking Bread with the Dead

Alan Jacobs

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $27.99

The past isn't cancelled: it's not even past. How to cherish authors from Aristotle to Edith Wharton without succumbing to their most regrettable parts.

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Between Light and Storm

Esther Woolfson

NZD $45.00

A landmark new book about the fraught relationship between humans and animals that takes us from Genesis to climate change.

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Letters of Note: Football

Compiled by Shaun Usher

Format: Paperback

NZD $16.99

A collection of letters on the theme of Football, from the curator of the Letters of Note website

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Reading Walter de la Mare

Walter de la Mare, edited by William Wootten

Format: Paperback

NZD $32.99

A selection of Walter de la Mare's greatest poems presented alongside insightful, reader-friendly commentaries.

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Cult Writers

Ian Haydn Smith , illustrated by Kristelle Rodeia

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $27.99

Cult Writers is the next book in a series of four gift books that each profile 50 cult individuals in the creative arts.

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Granta 152

Sigrid Rausing

Format: Paperback

NZD $27.99

Published in book form four times a year, Granta is respected around the world for its mix of outstanding new writing and art.

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Being Various

Edited by Lucy Caldwell

Format: Paperback

NZD $22.99

Edited by prize-winning author and playwright Lucy Caldwell, Being Various brings together original stories from Ireland's current golden age of writing with some exciting new voices, never before published.

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The Death of King Arthur

Simon Armitage

Format: Paperback

NZD $24.99

Simon Armitage's sparkling translation of the legendary tale of King Arthur.

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The Address Book

Deirdre Mask

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $39.99

An exuberant work of popular history: why something as seemingly mundane as an address can save lives or serve the powerful.

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