Literature & literary studies

Granta 76: Music

ed. Ian Jack

Format: Paperback

NZD $29.99

With contributions from Robyn Davidson, Nik Cohn, Hugo Williams and many more.

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Donna Tartt's The Secret History

Tracy Hargreaves

NZD $24.99

It contains a biography of the novelist, a full-length study of the novel, a summary of how the novel was received upon publication, a summary of how the novel has performed since publication, and a wide range of suggestions for further reading.

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Toni Morrison's Paradise

Kelly Reames

NZD $24.99

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Good Reading Guide

Nick Rennison

NZD $55.00

With thousands of new books each year joining the enormous wealth of already published literature, finding more titles in the same fiction genre or non-fiction topic as that 'unputdownable' book can be difficult. This book provides an easy to use cross-referenced guide for readers.

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Granta 74: Confessions of a Middle-aged Ecstasy Eater

Ian Jack (ed)

Format: Paperback

NZD $29.99

A celebrated writer makes an anonymous confession and defends a habit: his son supplies him with Ecstasy. Other contributors include Nicholas Shakespeare on the evil of his ancestors, David Feuer on trying to be a shrink in a community of the Hasidim, and new fiction from A.M. Holmes and Judith Hermann.

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Lost Classics

Edited by Michael Ondaatje, Michael Redhill, Esta Spalding a

NZD $45.00

The perfect literary gift book: contributors include Margaret Atwood, Colm To b n, David Malouf and many more

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Friendly Fire & Eclipse

Peter Gill, Simon Armitage and Simon Armitage and Sue Roberts

Format: Paperback

NZD $24.95

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The Fine Art of Reading

David Cecil

Format: Hard Cover

NZD $22.99

Proper reading is an art in itself and in this fine essay David Cecil shows himself to be the consummate artist and instructor.

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Gay and Lesbian Literary Heritage

Claude J. Summers

NZD $79.99

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Eye of the Prophet

Kahlil Gibran, translated by Margaret Crosland

Format: Paperback

NZD $24.99

The Eye of the Prophet is a treasury of wisdom, of lyrical joy, of comfort and hope. Above all, it makes the perfect companion to The Prophet.

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