Books by Publisher: New York Review of Books Collections

    Family Lexicon

    By Natalia Ginzburg

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    Henri Duchemin And His Shadows

    By Emmanuel Bove

    Paperback £7.85

    Midnight In The Century

    By Victor Serge

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    In 1933, Victor Serge was arrested by Stalin's police, interrogated, and held in solitary confinement for more than eighty days. Released, he spent two years in exile in remote Orenburg. These experiences were the inspiration for Midnight in the Century.

    Cat Town

    By Hiroaki Sato

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    Along with the entirety of Howling, this volume includes all of Blue Cat, Hagiwara's second major collection, together with Cat Town, a prose-poem novella, and a substantial selection of verse from the rest of his books, giving readers the full breadth and depth of this pioneering poet's extraordinary work.

    Memoir Of The Warsaw Uprising

    By Miron Bialoszewski

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    A Memoir of the Warsaw Uprising is both a work of memory and a work about memory.

    Agostino

    By Alberto Moravia

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    Alberto Moravia's classic, startling portrait of innocence lost was written in 1942 but rejected by Fascist censors and not published until 1944, when it became a best seller and secured the author the first literary prize of his career.

    Last Words From Montmartre

    By Qiu Miaojin

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    Last Words from Montmartre is a novel in letters that narrates the gradual dissolution of a relationship between two lovers and, ultimately, the complete unraveling of the narrator.

    Love Sonnets And Elegies

    By Louise Labe

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    Louise Labe is commonly regarded as the most original woman poet of the French Renaissance.

    On Being Blue

    By William H. Gass

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    On Being Blue is a book about everything blue-sex and sleaze and sadness, among other things-and about everything else.

    Human Comedy

    By Honoré de Balzac

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    We think of Honore de Balzac as the author of long and fully upholstered novels, stitched together into the magnificent visionary document called The Human Comedy.

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