An atmospheric, gritty, and compelling novel of star-crossed lovers, set in the circus world circa 1932, by the bestselling author of Riding Lessons.
Casebook in Criticism. General Editor: William L. Andrews.
In the spirit of A.S. Byatt's Possession, with dark echoing overtones of A Christmas Carol, Lost presents a rich fictional world that will enrapture its readers.
These two novels, totally different in tone and theme, demonstrate Kerouac's remarkable range and versatility.
Since its release in 1949, The Hero with a Thousand Faces has influenced millions of readers by combining the insights of modern psychology with Joseph Campbell’s revolutionary understanding of comparative mythology.
With Bill Moyers. The runaway bestseller in illustrated format edition.
Collection of fiction and non-fiction writings about the Unicorn.
Debussy, Busoni, Ives. All modern composers of the first order. Their most important contributions to culture were musical rather than literary; but when three highly successful practitioners of the musical art commit to writing their views on the nature and value of that art, the result is certain to be rewarding and stimulating.
Anthem has long been hailed as one of Ayn Rand's classic novels, and a clear predecessor to her later masterpieces, The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged.
Hardbound. Here is an incredible journey of thought and history, memory and fantasy, a tour de force as enthralling as anything Umberto Eco- or indeed anyone -has ever devised.
Hardbound. In the spirit of A.S. Byatt's Possession, with dark echoing overtones of A Christmas Carol, Lost presents a rich fictional world that will enrapture its readers.
In her acclaimed novel, two-time Man Booker Prize winning author Hilary Mantel tells of the fated convergence of Ireland and England. As belief wrestles knowledge and science wrestles song, so The Giant, O'Brien calls to us from a fork in the road as a tale of time, and a timeless tale.
The author has written "Oranges are Not the Only Fruit" (winner of the 1985 Whitbread award), and "Sexing the Cherry".
Introduction by George Steiner.