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A selection of essays by the acclaimed and beloved writer Cynthia Ozick, collected by David Miller.
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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 seminal contribution to literary criticism from one of the UK's greatest living academics.
A seminal text in literary theory available in English for the first time
Janine di Giovanni
A searing, intimate account of the conflict in Syria by someone uniquely equipped to tell the story from the inside, winner of the Hay Festival Award for Prose 2016
A gorgeously illustrated collection of folk tales, drawing on myths and stories from across England and across time.
Published in book form four times a year, Granta is respected around the world for its mix of outstanding new fiction, poetry, reportage, memoir, photography and art.
'If Shakespeare was possessed of the infinitely divided stardust that constituted this vast wealth, how did he get it, and where, and when?'
A new cover look for the 5th anniversary of Mark Forsyth's brilliant Sunday Times Number One bestseller.
A new cover look for all three of Mark Forsyth's brilliant books on words and phrases, on the 5th anniversary of The Etymologicon's publication.