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  • The Dollby Boleslaw Prus; David Welsh; Stanislaw Baranczak

    New York Review Books 2011; US$ 18.95

    Boleslaw Prus is often compared to Chekhov, and Prus?s masterpiece might be described as an intimate epic, a beautifully detailed, utterly absorbing exploration of life in late-nineteenth-century Warsaw, which is also a prophetic reckoning with some of the social forces?imperialism, nationalism, anti-Semitism among them?that would soon convulse Europe... more...

  • The Battle for Egyptby Yasmine El Rashidi; Timothy Garton Ash

    New York Review Books 2011; US$ 4.99

    In a series of riveting dispatches, Cairo native Yasmine El Rashidi provides an eyewitness account of the entire 2011 Egyptian Revolution as it unfolded, from its origins in the days leading up to the first January 25 protest in Tahrir Square through the violent confrontations with the regime and the fall of Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak, to the... more...

  • Agostinoby Alberto Moravia; Michael F. Moore

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 14.00

    Thirteen-year-old Agostino is spending the summer at a Tuscan seaside resort with his beautiful widowed mother. When she takes up with a cocksure new companion, Agostino, feeling ignored and unloved, begins hanging around with a group of local young toughs. Though repelled by their squalor and brutality, and repeatedly humiliated for his weakness... more...

  • Warlockby Oakley Hall; Robert Stone

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 16.95

    Oakley Hall's legendary Warlock revisits and reworks the traditional conventions of the Western to present a raw, funny, hypnotic, ultimately devastating picture of American unreality. First published in the 1950s, at the height of the McCarthy era, Warlock is not only one of the most original and entertaining of modern American novels but a... more...

  • Augustusby John Williams; Daniel Mendelsohn

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 15.95

    WINNER OF THE 1973 NATIONAL BOOK AWARD  By the Author of Stoner In Augustus , his third great novel, John Williams took  on an entirely new challenge, a historical narrative set in classical Rome, exploring the life of the founder of the Roman Empire. To tell the story, Williams turned to the epistolary novel, a genre that was new to him, transforming... more...

  • The Scientist as Rebelby Freeman J. Dyson

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 17.95

    From Galileo to today?s amateur astronomers, scientists have been rebels, writes Freeman J. Dyson. Like artists and poets, they are free spirits who resist the restrictions their cultures impose on them. In their pursuit of nature?s truths, they are guided as much by imagination as by reason, and their greatest theories have the uniqueness and... more...

  • Fortunes of War: The Levant Trilogyby Olivia Manning; Anthony Sattin

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 19.95

    In The Levant Trilogy Olivia Manning returns to the story of the young English couple Guy and Harriet Pringle, last seen, at the end of The Balkan Trilogy , departing from Athens ahead of the invading Nazi army. Now, in the spring of 1941, they arrive in Egypt as Rommel?s forces slowly but surely approach Cairo across the Sahara from the west. Will... more...

  • The Professor and the Sirenby Giuseppe Tomasi Di Lampedusa; Stephen Twilley; Marina Warner

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 12.95

    An NYRB Classics Original In the last two years of his life, the Sicilian aristocrat Giuseppe Tomasi di Lampedusa wrote not only the internationally celebrated novel  The Leopard  but also three shorter pieces of fiction, brought together here in a new translation. ?The Professor and the Siren,? like  The Leopard , meditates on the past and the passage... more...

  • Loretta Mason Pottsby Mary Chase; Harold Berson

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 16.95

    Imagine how shocked you would be if, like ten-year-old Colin Mason, you were the oldest (smartest, best) kid in a family of four, and then you found out that all these years, without knowing it, you?ve had an older sister, an ?awful, awful, bad, bad, girl?Loretta Mason Potts.? Who? What? Wait! ... But this is only the first of many surprises that lie... more...

  • The Mad and the Badby Jean-Patrick Manchette; James Sallis; Donald Nicholson-Smith

    New York Review Books 2014; US$ 14.95

    An NYRB Classics Original Michel Hartog, a sometime architect, is a powerful businessman and famous philanthropist whose immense  fortune has just grown that much greater following the death of his brother in an accident. Peter is his orphaned nephew?a spoiled brat. Julie is in an insane asylum. Thompson is a hired gunman with a serious ulcer.... more...