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- The Gallery Press 2013; US$ 10.94
The Company of Horses is Peter Fallon's ?rst collection of original poems since News of the World: Selected and New Poems appeared in 1998. The Irish Times in its review of The Georgics of Virgil (2004) declared this book, taken in parts or as a whole, says ?Glory to the world?. And the glory is renewed for our time in Peter Fallon's inspired translation.'... more...
- Infobase Publishing 2011; US$ 75.00
J.R.R. Tolkien is one of the most popular writers of the 20th century. His two most famous works of fiction, The Lord of the Rings and The Hobbit, have sold hundreds of millions of copies and completely transformed modern fantasy fiction. In addition, Tolkien was a celebrated scholar, a professor at Oxford, and the author of the most influential article... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 10.99
Pauline Stainer is a poet 'working at the margins of the sacred', conveying sensations 'with an economy of means that is breathtaking her poems are not merely artefacts, they have an organic life of their own' (John Burnside). Crossing the Snowline charts her return to life after numbing grief. These luminous poems are a testament of recovery, renewal... more...
- Andrews UK 2015; US$ 5.49
Dark Hope is an easy-to-read poetry book about relationships, the darker side of which can be very seductive and/or powerful to experience. The poems have been inspired by my own relationships with the world, with the people around me and with myself. I look at these relationships from a Gothic viewpoint, merging light and dark imagery together. I... more...
- tredition 2015; US$ 3.71
Wenn es brenzlig wird, dann muss man sich auf seine Freunde verlassen können. Und es wird oft ganz schön heikel für die Wassergespensterkinder in der geheimnisvollen Unterwasserwelt des Sees. Aber Poseidon sei Dank, Nepomuk kann auf seine vier Freunde zählen. Als Bande "Der Unerschrockenen" meistern sie mit Mut und Cleverness so manches aufregendes... more...
- Sandstone Press Ltd 2014; US$ 7.99
Peter Ross's weekly articles from around Scotland have been a sterling attraction for the readers of Scotland on Sunday for years. A selection of the best are collected here, for the first time. Each a gem of insight and wit, they provide a piece-by-piece portrait of a nation as it changes. Always with his eye on the individual, Peter Ross presents... more...
- The Gallery Press 2014; US$ 9.99
Aidan Rooney-Cespedes' first collection reveals an unusual maturity and singular scope. His widely published, prize-winning poems range from the rich imaginings of "Retro Creation" through various locales -- from County Monaghan, where he was born and raised, Paris and the literary past, to North America, where he now lives. As it blends the colloquial... more...
- Victoria University Press 2015; US$ 9.99
It is November 18, 1982, and Neil Ian Roberts is 22 years old. He walks up to the Police Computer Centre in Whanganui, at 12:35am. Shortly after, there was an explosion. Neil committed suicide attempting to destroy that computer center, but who was Neil Roberts? This book is the search for the story of a quiet young man, an anarchist, a figure who... more...
- Bloodaxe Books 2014; US$ 10.99
In his nineties Philip Gross's father, a wartime refugee, began to lose his several languages, first to deafness, then profound aphasia. Deeply thought as well as deeply felt, these poems reach into that gulf to find him "through recovery of histories both spoken and unspoken as well as an excavation of the spoken word itself. Readers who admired Philip... more...
- Diplomica Verlag 2012; US$ 12.19
Hauptbeschreibung Helene Böhlau (1856-1940) gehört zu den bedeutendsten deutschen Schriftstellerinnen der Münchner Moderne. Insbesondere ihre frühen feministischen Romane Das Recht der Mutter, Halbtier und Der Rangierbahnhof erlangten großen Bekanntheitsgrad. Einige Berühmtheit verschaffte ihr auch ihre unkonventionelle Beziehung zu dem jüdischen... more...