Books by Publisher: New York Review of Books Collections

    The Best Flea Antique Vintage

    By Pamela Keech

    Paperback Save £3.14 = £10.85

    Fighting For Life

    By S. Josephine Baker

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Fighting for Life is one of the most honest, compassionate memoirs of American medicine ever written.


    By Renata Adler

    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    This unclassifiable work is simultaneously novel, memoir, commonplace book, confession, and critique.


    By Natsume Soseki

    Paperback Save £1.14 = £7.85

    This moving and deceptively simple story, a melancholy tale shot through with glimmers of joy, beauty, and gentle wit, is an understated masterpiece by the first great writer of modern Japan.

    Store Of The Worlds

    By Robert Sheckley

    Paperback £8.45

    Mordant, absurdist, and deadpan, the best of Sheckley's dissident farces represent science fiction's high-water mark as an allegorical clearinghouse for twenty-century angst.

    Three Ladies Beside the Sea

    By Rhoda Levine

    Hardback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Wickedly funny and delightfully sad, Three Ladies Beside the Sea is a tale of love found, love lost, and love never-ending.

    Masscult And Midcult

    By Dwight MacDonald

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    In Masscult & Midcult, MacDonald turned his formidable critical attention to what he saw as a new, and potentially catastrophic, development in the history of Western civilization: the influence-by turns distorting, destructive, and inadvertently ridiculous-of mass culture on high culture.

    My Dog Tulip

    By J. R. Ackerley

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Original Letters From India

    By Eliza Fay

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Fay was a contemporary of Jane Austen, but her adventures are worthy of a Daniel Defoe heroine. Her letters-unfiltered, forthright, and often hilarious-bring the perils and excitements of an earlier age to life.

    One-Straw Revolution

    Paperback Save £1.54 = £8.45

    Masanobu Fukuoka's book about growing food has been changing the lives of readers since it was first published in 1978. It is a call to arms, a manifesto, and a radical rethinking of the global systems we rely on to feed us all.

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