Literature & literary studies

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

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

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If the War Goes On . . .

Hermann Hesse, translated by Ralph Manheim

Format: Paperback

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A collection of essays on the absurdity of war, from the Nobel Prize laureate.

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The Best Australian Trucking Stories

Jim Haynes

Format: Paperback

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A collection of true stories taken from the lives of trucking men and women from Tarcutta to Alice Springs and all over Australia.

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Yehuda Amichai Selected Poems

Yehuda Amichai, edited by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort

Format: Paperback

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One of Israel's finest modern poets translated into English and edited by Ted Hughes and Daniel Weissbort - now part of the poetry typographic front-list.

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Beautiful Country Burn Again

Ben Fountain

Format: Paperback

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A timely, interrogative, passionate but even-handed exploration of the state of US politics, from the New York Times bestselling author of Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk.

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Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Simon Armitage

Format: Hard Cover

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Christmas gift edition of Armitage's hugely popular translation: with revised text, and colour illustrations by Clive Hicks-Jenkins.

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Philip Larkin: Letters Home

Philip Larkin

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The last outstanding unpublished facet of Larkin's writing life: his correspondence 'home' to his father, mother and sister.

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In Parenthesis

David Jones, foreword by Sebastian Barry

Format: Paperback

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Introduced by Sebastian Barry: a trade edition of David Jones's masterwork of the First World War, aimed at a fiction audience.

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Browse

Various Authors

Format: Paperback

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These inquisitive, enchanting pieces are a collective celebration of bookshops - for anyone who has ever fallen under their spell.

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