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T. S. Eliot
Eliot sheds his 'usually reticent self' and the 'hilarious bleakness' he feels in wartime London to compose these entertaining and revealing letters - the latest in this exemplary series.
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A reissue of the profound and meandering modern classic about the historical, political and philosophical paths traced by walkers, their routes and the act of walking itself.
compiled by Shaun Usher
Format: Hard Cover
An updated edition of this compulsive collection of the world's most entertaining, inspiring and powerful letters, curated by the founder of the global phenomenon lettersofnote.com
A new paperback edition of Hanif Kureishi's wide-ranging and thought-provoking essays.
Edited by Tim Dedopulos and David Pringle
A detailed look at every aspect of modern fantasy, including detailed entries on books, films, TV and creators, as well as the greatest fantasy characters and worlds.
Jim Haynes upturns some of the long-held myths of Australian history with surprising results.
From the prizewinning poet and writer, a concise and elegant feminist polemic.
A landmark book about the fraught relationship between humans and animals that takes us from Genesis to climate change.
A fascinating scientific journey through the world's forests - revealing what they do for us, what we're doing to them, and how we can help nature repair the damage.
'Fascinating. It blew my mind!' - Malcolm GladwellWonderworks reveals that literature is among the mightiest technologies that humans have ever invented, precision-honed to give us what our brains most want and need.