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Eliane Brum, translated by Diane Grosklaus Whitty
From Brazil's answer to Svetlana Alexeivich: a powerful glimpse into the lives of ordinary Brazilians.
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One of Britain's foremost writers of place takes an evocative journey along the western coast of Ireland and Scotland to chart the perennial allure of this perilous and myth-rich stretch of sea
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A new collection of writing from the prize-winning author of Findings and Sightlines.
A paperback edition of The Last Supper in a stunning new look.
An indispensable companion to England's most beautiful places from Simon Jenkins, author of A Short History of England, England's Thousand Best Churches and England's Thousand Best Houses.
Raja Shehadeh reflects on ageing, failure, the occupation, and the changing face of Ramallah.
When Westerners go East, or, on not finding peace in Asia.
What happens when an accomplished adventurer becomes a father? Does he continue his solo adventures? Is there a way of having it all, family time plus adventures?
Why do the Poles leave Poland? Travel writer Ben Aitken booked a one-way ticket to Poznan to find out. This account of his year is a bittersweet portrait of an unsung country.
From a writer who grew up on the Estuary, this is a fresh take on the Thames, from source to sea.