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Hopscotch, Blow-Up, We Love Glenda So Much

Hopscotch, Blow-Up, We Love Glenda So Much

These three groundbreaking works by Julio Cortázar—a major figure of world literature and one of the founders of the Latin American Boom—are published...

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Merrill: Poems

Merrill: Poems

A beautiful hardcover selection of poems by one of the giants of contemporary American poetry. EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY POCKET POETS. James Merrill once...

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The Secret Garden

The Secret Garden

Frances Hodgson Burnett's celebration of the kingdom of earth takes place in a secret garden, where the orphaned Mary Lennox and the invalid boy, Colin, are magically...

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The L.A. Quartet

The L.A. Quartet

Here in one volume is James Ellroy's first great body of work, an epic re-envisioning of postwar Los Angeles--etched in red and black and film-noir grays.The Black Dahlia depicts the secret infrastructure of L.A.'s...

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The Autobiography and Other Writings

The Autobiography and Other Writings

Benjamin Franklin’s account of his rise from poverty and obscurity to affluence and fame has charmed every generation of readers since it first appeared. Begun as a collection of...

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Sherlock Holmes

Sherlock Holmes

A collection of the stories in which Sir Arthur Conan Doyle created the most famous amateur detective of all time. Includes such favorites as “The Red-Headed...

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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man

In his first and still most widely read novel, James Joyce makes a strange peace with the traditional narrative of a young man’s self-discovery by respecting its substance...

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The Travels of Marco Polo

The Travels of Marco Polo

Now in a handsome and newly revised hardcover edition: the extraordinary travelogue that has enthralled readers for more than seven centuries. Marco Polo’s vivid descriptions...

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Poems of Sleep and Dreams

Poems of Sleep and Dreams

Poets have always drawn inspiration from the wild fancies of dream life. We spend a third of our lives asleep, and throughout history our nocturnal visions have engaged the interpretive...

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Letters

Letters

 Immensely learned, self-educated in an era when formal schooling was denied to women, Mary Wortley Montagu was an admired poet, a consistently scandalous doyenne of...

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Fairy Tales

Fairy Tales

"The Princess and the Pea," "The Little Mermaid," and other great Andersen fairy tales have enchanted children since the first ones appeared in Danish in the 1830s...

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The Mabinogion

The Mabinogion

The 11 stories of The Mabinogion, first assembled on paper in the fourteenth century, reach far back into the earlier oral traditions of Welsh poetry.Closely linked to the Arthurian legends--King...

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The Idiot

The Idiot

In The Idiot, the saintly Prince Myshkin returns to Russia from a Swiss sanatorium and finds himself a stranger in a society obsessed with wealth, power, and sexual conquest. He...

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The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The Surprising Adventures of Baron Munchausen

The only available hardcover edition of the fantastical story of the semi-mythical folk hero Baron Munchausen, who has delighted generations of readers all over the world....

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The House of Mirth

The House of Mirth

In The House of Mirth, Edith Wharton depicts the glittering salons of Gilded Age New York with precision and wit, even as she movingly portrays the obstacles that...

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Kidnapped

Kidnapped

Seventeen-year-old David Balfour's villainous uncle has him kidnapped in order to steal his inheritance. David escapes only to fall into the dangerous company of...

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Rumi

Rumi

A collection of never-before-translated poems by the widely beloved medieval Persian poet Rumi.Rumi (1207-1273) was trained in Sufism--a mystic tradition within...

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Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth

Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth

Leo Tolstoy’s earliest published work, the trilogy Childhood, Boyhood, and Youth, was written when he was in his twenties, offering a tantalizing first glimpse of the literary...

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The BFG

The BFG

Roald Dahl's beloved novel hits the big screen in July 2016 in a major motion picture adaptation directed by Steven Spielberg from Amblin Entertainment and Walt Disney Pictures. When...

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Revolutionary Road, The Easter Parade, Eleven Kinds of Loneliness

Revolutionary Road, The Easter Parade, Eleven Kinds of Loneliness

Three classic works—including the virtuosic Revolutionary Road, soon to be a major motion picture—that exemplify the remarkable gifts of this great American master. Richard...

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Moll Flanders

Moll Flanders

This is the spirited story of a survivor whose racy anecdotes and shady dealings only underline her essential warmth and goodness. But there is nothing sentimental about Moll, who presents...

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Gargantua and Pantagruel

Gargantua and Pantagruel

The unfettered exuberance of Gargantua and Pantagruel, the storms of phenomenal life it offers for our inspection, the honor it gives to the deformed, the cloacal,...

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Death Comes for the Archbishop

Death Comes for the Archbishop

Introduction by A. S. Byatt Willa Cather’s story of the missionary priest Father Jean Marie Latour and his work of faith in the wilderness of the Southwest...

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Treasure Island

Treasure Island

Perhaps the greatest of all adventure stories for boys and girls, Treasure Island began, a brave boy who finds himself among pirates, and of the sinister pirate-cook...

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