Literature & literary studies

Letters of Note: War

Compiled by Shaun Usher

Format: Paperback

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A powerful collection of letters on the theme of War, curated by the founder of the Letters of Note website.

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Letters of Note: Cats

Compiled by Shaun Usher

Format: Paperback

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An irresistible feline-themed selection of letters from the curator of the globally renowned Letters of Note website.

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Letters of Note: Music

Compiled by Shaun Usher

Format: Paperback

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An inspired and inspiring collection of letters on the theme of music, from the curator of the world-renowned Letters of Note website.

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Letters of Note: Love

Compiled by Shaun Usher

Format: Paperback

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A compilation of remarkable letters with love at their heart, from the curator of the Letters of Note website.

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Shakespeare in a Divided America

James Shapiro

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From the author of 1599, a fresh perspective on the history of the United States - and a timely reminder of Shakespeare's indelible influence.

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Between Two Fires

Joshua Yaffa

Format: Paperback

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How everyday Russians survive and thrive under Putin's rule, from The New Yorker's correspondent in Moscow.

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All the Lives We Ever Lived

Katharine Smyth

Format: Paperback

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A wise, moving debut about the pain of losing a parent and the power of literature to light our way through it.

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She I Dare Not Name

Donna Ward

Format: Paperback

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A compelling memoir about the single life and the courage to live alone in a world made for couples and families.

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Salt On Your Tongue

Charlotte Runcie

Format: Paperback

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A lyrical exploration of the sea, how it inspires art, music and literature and how it connects us, from the Daily Telegraph's poetry critic.

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30-Second Literature

Ella Berthoud

Format: Hard Cover

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30-second Literature encapsulates the key genres, forms, movements, styles, and devices of literature from around the world and from the start of civilisation.

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