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  • Wolf Moon by Julio Llamazares
    Wolf Moon (English, Paperback) Julio Llamazares

    Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Spain. A moving and thrilling account of the republican struggle after the Spanish Civil War. A significant novel in the history of Spanish literature, Wolf Moon was the first novel published in Spain to lay bare the atrocities and brutal oppression of the Franco regime.

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  • The Crying of the Wind by Ithell Colquhoun
    The Crying of the Wind (English, Paperback) Ithell Colquhoun

    The Crying of the Wind and The Living Stones make up British Surrealist Ithell Colquhoun's unique memoirs and travelogues, reprinted for the first time since 1957, now with an introduction by acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee. In The Crying of the Wind Colquhoun's travels in Ireland provide a fascinating and romantic key to the country's Celtic past.

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  • The Living Stones by Ithell Colquhoun
    The Living Stones (English, Paperback) Ithell Colquhoun

    The Living Stones and The Crying of the Wind make up British Surrealist Ithell Colquhoun's unique memoirs and travelogues, reprinted for the first time since 1957, now with an introduction by acclaimed comedian Stewart Lee. In The Living Stones Colquhoun takes us through Cornwall, providing a fascinating and romantic key to the county's pagan past.

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  • The Green Crow by Kristine Ulberga
    The Green Crow (English, Paperback) Kristine Ulberga

    Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Baltics. A contemporary Latvian classic and feminist 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest', Kristine Ulberga's 'The Green Crow' is a novel about an institutionalized woman coming to terms with her lifelong hallucinations of a giant, garrulous green crow who appears at the most trying times of her life.

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  • Do You Mind If I Smoke? by Fenella Fielding
    Do You Mind If I Smoke? (English, Hardback) Fenella Fielding, Simon McKay

    "Do You Mind If I Smoke?" is the astonishing and often hilarious life story of a national treasure, told for the first time in a special edition hardback book to be published on the eve of actress Fenella Fielding's 90th birthday this November.

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  • The Life of William Nicholson, 1753-1815 by William Nicholson
    The Life of William Nicholson, 1753-1815 (Paperback) William Nicholson

    Written in 1868, the publication of this memoir (now in the Bodleian Library) acts as prelude to a comprehensive biography of the extraordinary William Nicholson, author, inventor, patent agent and civil engineer, published later in 2018. This is a memoir of enlightenment, commerce, politics, arts and science, in an age of revolution.

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  • Agatha Christie and the Eleven Missing Days by Jared Cade
    Agatha Christie and the Eleven Missing Days (English, Paperback) Jared Cade

    Revised and expanded with a wealth of new material, this riveting study reveals why Christie staged the notorious episode of her own disappearance, and how it all went terribly wrong In December 1926 Agatha Christie became front-page news when she vanished in bizarre circumstances from her home in Berkshire, England. The crime writer was found 11 days later in a hotel in Harrogate,Yorkshire,...

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  • Journey to the East by Hermann Hesse
    Journey to the East (English, Paperback) Hermann Hesse

    Describes the history of a journey undertaken by a secretive 'League'. This novel reveals the existence of a fantastical, alluring and deeply intimate world in which a journey can cross not only the boundaries of time and space but even those of fact and fiction, in which one's travelling companion might just as easily be Don Quixote as Paul Klee.

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  • The House of Remembering and Forgetting by Filip David
    The House of Remembering and Forgetting (English, Paperback) Filip David

    Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Serbia. Filip David's important and original novel about the guilt of surviving the holocaust was awarded the 2014 NIN award, the most prestigious literary award in Serbia.

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  • Burning Cities by Kai Aareleid
    Burning Cities (English, Paperback) Kai Aareleid

    Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Baltics. Estonian author Kai Aareleid's novel, 'Burning Cities', is a poetic historical saga, in which the fortunes of a small family parallel those of a small nation under Communism. A young girl growing up in Soviet Estonia is witness to tragic events both grand and domestic.

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  • Foreign Studies by Shusaku Endo
    Foreign Studies (English, Paperback) Shusaku Endo

    This title consists of three linked narratives. The first tells the story of a Japanese student in 1950s France. It is a snapshot of a young man feeling adrift in a Western country. The second is about an apostate Catholic in 17th-century Rome and the third about a scholar in 1960s France.

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  • Scandal by Endo Shusaku
    Scandal (English, Paperback) Endo Shusaku

    Suguro is an eminent Catholic novelist, respectably married and on the cusp of old age. So when a drunken woman approaches him at an awards ceremony claiming to know him from his regular visits to Tokyo's red-light district, she must surely be mistaken.

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  • Kokoro by Soseki Natsume
    Kokoro (English, Paperback) Soseki Natsume

    One of the most popular and significant novels to come out of Japan from Japan's preeminent author, Natsume Soseki. The friendship between the narrator and a man haunted by mysterious events in his past, whom he calls 'Sensei', is the basis of Soseki's meditation on the part played by honour, friendship, love and death in Japanese culture.

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  • The Ice Palace by Tarjei Vesaas
    The Ice Palace (English, Hardback) Tarjei Vesaas

    A gift edition of one of the finest novels out of Scandinavia. Tarjei Vesaas's "The Ice Palace" tells the story of a young girl's encounter with a frozen waterfall and her friend who is deeply affected by her mysterious disappearance. Features an elegant dust jacket with ice-shard die-cutting and beautiful contemporary art printed on the case.

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  • The Tragic Fate of Moritz Toth by Dana Todorovic
    The Tragic Fate of Moritz Toth (English, Paperback) Dana Todorovic

    Part of the Peter Owen World Series: Serbia. The Tragic Fate of Moritz Toth is a quirky philosophical novel that critics have compared to the work of Bulgakov and Kafka.

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  • Panorama by Dusan Sarotar
    Panorama (English, Paperback) Dusan Sarotar

    Part of the first Peter Owen World Series. Dusan Sarotar takes the reader on a deeply reflective, multi-faceted journey from northern to southern Europe, full of memorable characters and landscapes. In a manner reminiscent of W.G. Sebald, Sarotar supplements the narrative with photographs, which help blur the lines between fiction and journalism.

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  • Silence (Film Tie-In) by Endo Shusaku
    Silence (Film Tie-In) (Hardback) Endo Shusaku

    A special edition hardback of Shusaku Endo's classic novel set in feudal Japan. This edition is jacketed to tie-in with the release of the Martin Scorsese movie adaptation of Silence, starring Andrew Garfield and Liam Neeson, which is out in cinemas in 2017.

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  • Year of the Hare by Arto Paasilinna
    Year of the Hare (English, Paperback) Arto Paasilinna

    Vatanen, the journalist is feeling burned out and sick of the city. One summer evening while on assignment his car hits a young hare on a country road. Vatanen leaves the car to save the injured creature. This small incident becomes a turning point in Vatanen's life as he decides to break free from the world's constraints.

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  • The Man Who Planted Trees by Jean Giono
    The Man Who Planted Trees (Paperback) Jean Giono

    Shepherd Elzard Bouffier lives alone with his sheep not far from a drought-stricken and windswept hamlet. After the death of his wife and child, he chooses to devote the rest of his life to a patient and anonymous endeavor, which ultimately adds beauty and sustenance to the human and animal communities in the mountains where he lives.

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  • Oblivion Seekers by Isabelle Eberhardt
    Oblivion Seekers (English, Paperback) Isabelle Eberhardt

    A legendary document charting the extraordinary journey of Isabelle Eberhardt. Isabelle Eberhardt's life was one of the most extraordinary of any writer's of the last 150 years. Daughter of a Russian nihilist who forbade her any contact with society, dressed her as a man, and insisted her education consisted of hard physical labor, she ran away to North Africa in 1897 at the age of 20. There she...

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