The Ebony Tower. Eliduc. The Enigma


John Fowles - 1980
    

Perfumes The Guide 2018


Luca Turin - 2018
     The 2018 guide includes all new content, including - “Ten Years Later,” looking back on the last decade of fragrance - “The Shifting Shape of Fragrance 1918–2018” - all new FAQ - over 1,200 individual reviews: masculine and feminine, mainstream and arcane, from the latest Guerlains to a 5-star masterpiece by a small Malaysian firm - an expanded glossary - top 10 lists, this time including not just masculines and feminines but introverts and extroverts, the best retro, citrus, oud, and more

The Solid Objects


Virginia Woolf - 1992
    

Three Men in a Boat (Oxford Bookworms: Stage 4)


Diane Mowat - 2008
    Accessible language and carefully controlled vocabulary build students' reading confidence. Introductions at the beginning of each story, illustrations throughout, and glossaries help build comprehension. Before, during, and after reading activities included in the back of each book strengthen student comprehension. Audio versions of selected titles provide great models of intonation and pronunciation of difficult words.

The Catcher in the Rye and J.D. Salinger


Jonathan Coupland - 2014
    Explore the unique world of The Catcher in the Rye and JD Salinger

Wuthering Heights And Emma


C.M. Harbin
    Includes: Wuthering Heights and Emma

The Catcher in the Rye/Franny and Zooey/Nine Stories/Raise High the Roof Beam


J.D. Salinger
    

Frankenstein


Marry Wollstonecraft Shelley - 1818
    Shelley started writing the story when she was 18, and the first edition of the novel was published anonymously in London in 1818, when she was 20.

The Children of Hurin/The Silmarillion/The Hobbit/The Lord of the Rings


J.R.R. Tolkien - 2007
    The series is completed in November this year with the release of The Silmarillion to commemorate the 30th anniversary of that book's original publication.For the first time ever, you can buy the complete collection of four books as a set.* All four books are quarterbound in textured paper in a slipcase with a curved edge and are embossed with Tolkien's own motifs on the books* The books have sewn bindings, silk ribbon markers, and include a number of exclusive features unique to these editions* This collection is double-slipcased: a matching slipcase houses the four individual slipcased editionsThe books that make up the collection - all in mint unread condition, still in shrinkwrap:The Hobbit (2004) - 1st edition 1st impressionFeatures Tolkien's drawing of the dragon Smaug embossed in gold and red foil on the case. This is the only edition of The Hobbit to feature all 13 of Tolkien's own illustrations for the book reproduced in full colour, together with his original maps reproduced as he originally intended but not previously achieved in nearly 70 years.The Lord of the Rings (2004) - 1st edition 2nd or 3rd impression (differs between individual sets)This 50th anniversary edition is embossed with Tolkien's "Eye of Sauron" design in two foils and features for the very first time the pages from the Book of Mazarbul, illustrations done by Tolkien and intended for inclusion in the famous "Bridge of Khazad-dum" chapter but previously never used. Also appearing are previously unpublished family trees and the two original fold-out maps by Christopher Tolkien. For this edition and for The Hobbit, the text was checked by Tolkien experts against the original first editions and manuscripts, and more than 400 corrections were made to make this the most accurate and definitive version ever published.The Children of Hurin (2007)- 1st edition 1st impressionMatching The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, this first edition deluxe printing of The Children of Hurin includes a ninth colour plate by Alan Lee not featured inside the standard hardback, with Hurin 's golden helm designed by Alan Lee embossed on the cover.The Silmarillion (2007) - 1st edition 1st impressionPublished for its 30th anniversary, this newly reset edition of Tolkien's masterwork The Silmarillion features an exclusive full colour frontispiece The Halls of Manwë painted by J.R.R. Tolkien, the only scene from the book he painted, and is embossed with the delicate heraldic symbol he designed to represent Luthien, The Silmarillion's greatest heroine, which is also reproduced inside the book in colour. This edition also includes Christopher Tolkien's two-colour maps, including a fold-out map of Beleriand, and as a Preface, Tolkien's original letter of 1951containing his account of the mythology of Middle-earth.

Vintage Didion


Joan Didion - 2004
    Joan Didion's unblinking eye and razor-sharp perceptions of the American scene are exhibited in the essays Girl of the Golden West, In the Realm of the Fisher King, and Sentimental Journeys' from After Henry; excerpts from Salvador and Miami; and more.

Rave: Vintage Minis


Irvine Welsh - 2018
    Lloyd, our permanently pilled-up protagonist, pushes his weekends to breaking point and beyond in this frazzled trip through Scottish clubland. He experiences the vertiginous uppers and downers of the Second Summer of Love, dabbles in a spot of disc jockeying and closes in, gradually, on some kind of redemption…Selected from Irvine Welsh's novel Ecstasy.VINTAGE MINIS: GREAT MINDS. BIG IDEAS. LITTLE BOOKS.A series of short books by the world’s greatest writers on the experiences that make us humanAlso in the Vintage Minis series:Home by Salman RushdieDreams by Sigmund FreudEating by Nigella LawsonWork by Joseph Heller

The Correspondence


J.D. Daniels - 2017
    D. Daniels asks in his first book, a series of six letters written during dark nights of the soul. Working from his own highly varied experience—as a janitor, a night watchman, an adjunct professor, a drunk, an exterminator, a dutiful son—he considers how far books and learning and psychoanalysis can get us, and how much we’re stuck in the mud.In prose wound as tight as a copper spring, Daniels takes us from the highways of his native Kentucky to the Balearic Islands and from the Pampas of Brazil to the rarefied precincts of Cambridge, Massachusetts. His traveling companions include psychotic kindergarten teachers, Israeli sailors, and Southern Baptists on fire for Christ. In each dispatch, Daniels takes risks—not just literary (voice, tone, form) but also more immediate, such as spending two years on a Brazilian jujitsu team (he gets beaten to a pulp, repeatedly) or participating in group psychoanalysis (where he goes temporarily insane).Daniels is that rare thing, a writer completely in earnest whose wit never deserts him, even in extremis. Inventive, intimate, restless, streetwise, and erudite, The Correspondence introduces a brave and original observer of the inner life under pressure.

Dreams: Vintage Minis


Sigmund Freud - 2018
    BIG IDEAS. LITTLE BOOKS.Have you ever dreamt you were naked on stage, or woken having failed an exam? In these fascinating, pioneering essays, Sigmund Freud plunges into the recesses of our minds, and awakens the hidden meanings behind our most typical and surprising night-time fantasies. From dreams of violence and death, to the more prosaic moments in our dream-life, Freud shines a light on the darkness we are often happy left consigned to night.Selected from the books The Essentials of Psycho-Analysis and The Standard Edition of the Complete Psychological Works of the Sigmund Freud, Volume IV: The Interpretation of Dreams (First Part) by Sigmund Freud

Sense And Sensibility / Persuasion


Jane Austen - 1811
    Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.

Linda Tressel


Anthony Trollope - 1868
    However, the voice of Trollope was unmistakable in this much more somber work, and the true authorship was ultimately unveiled.The heroine, Linda Tressel, is pressured by her religious zealot aunt to marry an unpleasant man she finds repulsive. The story unfolds in some caricature and melodrama, yet remains an interesting study of Victorian social mores and relationships.