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  • The Elephant's Journeyby Jose Saramago; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2010; US$ 14.38

    Solomon the elephant's life is about to be upturned. For two years he has been in Lisbon, brought from the Portuguese colonies in India. Now King Dom João III wishes to make him a wedding gift for the Hapsburg archduke, Maximilian. It's a nice idea, since it avoids the Portuguese king offending his Lutheran cousin with an overtly Catholic present.... more...

  • The Accordionist's Sonby Bernardo Atxaga; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2008; US$ 14.38

    The Accordionist's Son is a remarkably powerful and accomplished novel, exploring the life of David Imaz, a former inhabitant of the Basque village of Obaba, now living in exile and ill-health on a ranch in California. As a young man, David divides his time between his uncle's ranch and his life in the village, where he reluctantly practises... more...

  • Small Memoriesby Jose Saramago; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2009; US$ 14.38

    Born in Portugal in 1922 in the tiny village of Azinhaga, José Saramago was only eighteen months old when he moved with his father and mother to live in a series of cramped lodgings in a working-class neighbourhood of Lisbon. Nevertheless, he would return to the village throughout his childhood and adolescence, its river landscape and olive groves... more...

  • Your Face Tomorrow 3: Poison, Shadow and Farewellby Javier Marias; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2011; US$ 15.98

    Poison, Shadow and Farewell is the concluding part in Javier Marías spy trilogy masterwork, Your Face Tomorrow . Jacques Deza is back in London and once again working for the secret intelligence agency run by Bernard Tupra. Deza finds himself forced to watch Tupra's collection of incriminating videotapes of important public figures.... more...

  • Cainby Jose Saramago; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2011; US$ 14.38

    After killing his brother Abel, Cain must wander for ever. He witnesses Noah's ark, the destruction of the Tower of Babel, Moses and the golden calf. He is there in time to save Abraham from sacrificing Isaac when God's angel arrives late after a wing malfunction. Written in the last years of Saramago's life, Cain wittily tackles many... more...

  • Seven Houses in Franceby Bernardo Atxaga; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2011; US$ 14.38

    1903, and Captain Lalande Biran, overseeing a garrison on the banks of the Congo, has an ambition: to amass a fortune and return to the literary cafés of Paris. His glamorous wife Christine has a further ambition: to own seven houses in France, a house for every year he has been abroad. At the Captain?s side are an ex-legionnaire... more...

  • Hunting the Last Wild Manby Angela Vallvey; Margaret Jull Costa

    Seven Stories Press 2011; US$ 14.00

    Falling somewhere between Louisa May Alcott’s Little Women and Federico Garcia Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba, Hunting the Last Wild Man tells the story of Candela and her extended family of nine women. Our protagonist has had her disappointments in love and floats from one job to another, ending up at the local mortuary as an apprentice... more...

  • Raised From The Groundby Jose Saramago; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2012; US$ 14.38

    This early work is deeply personal and José Saramago 's most autobiographical, following the changing fortunes of the Mau-Tempo family ? poor, landless peasants not unlike the author?s own grandparents. Saramago charts the family's lives in Alentjo, southern Portugal, as national and international events rumble on in the background ? the coming of... more...

  • The Doubleby Jose Saramago; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2013; US$ 14.38

    Watching a rented video, Tertuliano Maximo Afonso is shocked to notice that one of the actors is identical to him in every physical detail. He embarks on a secret quest to find his double and sets in motion a train of events that he cannot control. Saramago's novel explores the nature of individuality and examines the fear and insecurity that arise... more...

  • Death at Intervalsby Jose Saramago; Margaret Jull Costa

    Random House 2013; US$ 14.38

    In an unnamed country on the first day of the new year, people stop dying. Amid the general public, there is great celebration: flags are hung out on balconies and people dance in the streets. They have achieved the great goal of humanity - eternal life. Death is on strike. Soon, though, the residents begin to suffer. For several months... more...