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- Grand Central Publishing 2010; US$ 12.99
Over the course of his 60 years, Christopher Hitchens has been a citizen of both the United States and the United Kingdom. He has been both a socialist opposed to the war in Vietnam and a supporter of the U.S. war against Islamic extremism in Iraq. He has been both a foreign correspondent in some of the world's most dangerous places and a legendary... more...
- Scribner 2000; US$ 16.00
Reynolds Price has long been one of America's most acclaimed and accomplished men of letters -- the author of novels, stories, poems, essays, plays, and a memoir. In A Whole New Life, however, he steps from behind that roster of achievements to present us with a more personal story, a narrative as intimate and compelling as any work of the imagination.... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2010; US$ 19.95
A moving testament to modern literature's most celebrated marriage: that of the greatest playwright of our age, Harold Pinter, and the beautiful and famous prize-winning biographer, Antonia Fraser. In this exquisite memoir, Antonia Fraser recounts the life she shared with the internationally renowned dramatist. In essence, it is a love story and a... more...
- Random House of Canada 2010; US$ 19.95
From the acclaimed Booker Prize?winning author of Last Orders , this highly personal book is a singular and open-spirited account of a writer?s life. In Making an Elephant , Swift brings together richly varied essays, portraits, poetry and interviews, full of insights into his passions and motivations, and wise about the friends, family and other... more...
- Knopf Canada 2010; US$ 19.95
After her father took his own life in 1998, Miriam Toews decided to face her confusion and pain straight on. In writing her father?s memoir, she was motivated by two primary goals: For her own sake, she needed to understand, or at least accept, her father?s final decision. For her father?s sake, she needed to honour him, to elucidate his life and to... more...
- Doubleday Canada 2010; US$ 21.00
Drawing on his fifty years as an award-winning journalist and author of some of the finest books on Canadian history, Pierre Berton has written a witty and practical guide for writers. With almost every book a bestseller, clearly this writer knows what it takes to succeed in the publishing world. From the all-important rule of ?knowing your audience?... more...
- Random House of Canada 2010; US$ 21.00
"I don?t believe in God, but I miss him." So begins Julian Barnes?s brilliant new book that is, among many things, a family memoir, an exchange with his brother (a philosopher), a meditation on mortality and the fear of death, a celebration of art, an argument with and about God, and a homage to the writer Jules Renard. Barnes also draws poignant portraits... more...
- Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group 2010; US$ 15.95
From the bestselling and PEN/Faulkner Award-winning author of Netherland, a fascinating, personal, and beautifully crafted family history. Joseph O'Neill's grandfathers--one Turkish, one Irish--were both imprisoned for suspected subversion during the Second World War. The Irish grandfather, a handsome rogue from a family of small farmers, was an active... more...
- Simon & Schuster 2010; US$ 25.00
One of the most revered essayists and novelists of his generation, Frederic Morton has captured with matchless immediacy the glamour of Vienna before World War I and the storied opulence of the Rothschild family in his bestselling and award-winning works. Now, in his first book in more than fifteen years, he delivers a luminous look at his own unique... more...
- HarperCollins 2009; US$ 10.99
From the New York City of Kline and De Kooning to the jazz era of New Orleans's French Quarter, to Ken Kesey's psychedelic California, Prime Green explores the 1960s in all its weird, innocent, turbulent, and fascinating glory. Building on personal vignettes from Robert Stone's travels across America, the legendary novelist offers not only a riveting... more...