Foreword by John Updike. Bringing together all of Kafka's stories including those released during his lifetime and others after his death, a complete anthology offers insight into his valuable literary contributions.
In this award-winning novel, friends can become enemies, good trips can turn terrifying, and cops and criminals are two sides of the same coin. Dick is at turns caustically funny and somberly contemplative, fashioning a novel that is as unnerving as it is enthralling.
From beer to Coca-Cola, the six drinks that have helped shape human history.
500 Years of Western Cultural Life. A master historian weaves 500 years of Western culture into one seamless and inspiring saga.
The Whys of a Philosophical Scrivener showcases Martin Gardner as the consummate philosopher, thinker, and great mathematician that he is. Exploring issues that range from faith to prayer to evil to immortality, and far beyond, Garnder challenges the discerning reader with fundamental questions of classical philosophy and life's greater meanings.
Edited by Stephen Jones. For decades, H. P. Lovecraft's masterpiece of terror has inspired writers with its gripping account of a village whose inhabitants have surrendered to an ancient and hideous evil.