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21 Lessons for the 21st Century
21 Lessons for the 21st Century Yuval Noah Harari
The bestselling phenomenon returns with 21 bite-sized lessons to help us understand our troubled times.
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A Hundred Doors
A Hundred Doors Michael Longley
The first new collection in seven years.
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A Smell of Burning
A Smell of Burning Colin Grant
Part memoir of Grant's late brother, part history of epilepsy: ‘An extraordinary work of love and art, which left me choked with tears' Observer
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A Smell Of Fish Matthew Sweeney
The new book from the popular Irish poet, shortlisted for the Forward Prize for Poetry.
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Access All Areas
Access All Areas Sara Wheeler
A collection of Sara Wheeler's extraordinary and exhilarating travel writing
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According to the Small Hours
According to the Small Hours Aidan Mathews
'Abundant, enthralling, often heartbreaking, According to the Small Hours makes its indelible mark as Aidan Mathews' triumphant return to poetry' - Michael Longley
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All One Breath
All One Breath John Burnside
The new collection from the author of Black Cat Bone, which won both the Forward and the T.S. Eliot Prize Shortlisted for the 2014 T.S. Eliot Prize and the Forward Prize for Best Collection A New Statesman Book of the Year
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Angel Hill
Angel Hill Michael Longley
A Guardian / Herald Scotland Book of the Year ‘A keeper of the artistic estate, a custodian of griefs and wonders’ Seamus Heaney Winner of the 2017 PEN Pinter prize Shortlisted for the 2017 Forward Prize
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Animal Magic
Animal Magic Andrew Barrow
Animal Magic is a wonderfully original memoir: an account of two brothers and the exhilarating private world they invented.
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Animals Strike Curious Poses
Animals Strike Curious Poses Elena Passarello
‘It might be the best book on animals I have ever read. It’s also the only one that made me laugh out loud.’ Helen Macdonald, author of His for Hawk
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Approaching Arthur Ransome
Approaching Arthur Ransome Peter Hunt
Much has been written about the life of Arthur Ransome. Yet, until now, there has been no critical assessment of his legacy to English literature.
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Archangel Henry Shukman
The first collection in ten years from the multifariously talented and prize-winning Henry Shukman
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Assurances J. O. Morgan
A compelling multi-layered narrative set in the early years of the Cold War from the award-winning Scottish poet.
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Asylum Sean Borodale
A stunning collection about a poet visiting the Underworld – in the caves of the Mendips.
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Atlantis Mark Doty
A devastating follow-up to the first British publication of the extraordinary My Alexandria, which won the 1995 T.S. Eliot prize.
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Autobiography Of Red
Autobiography Of Red Anne Carson
`Anne Carson is, for me, the most exciting poet writing in English today. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF RED is a wonderful, mongrel work, a strange and ambitious bridge between classical texts and contemporary autobiographical poetry. ' Michael Ondaatje
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Behind the Throne
Behind the Throne Adrian Tinniswood
From the first Elizabethan age to the second, Britain's monarchs seen through the eyes of those who keep their secrets
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Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think about Art, Pleasure, Beauty and Truth
Better Living Through Criticism: How to Think about Art, Pleasure, Beauty and Truth A. O. Scott
The New York Times chief film critic shows why we need criticism now more than ever
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Birds With A Broken Wing
Birds With A Broken Wing Adam Thorpe
A powerful fifth poetry collection coinciding with the publication of Adam Thorpe's latest novel, Between Each Breath.
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Black Moon
Black Moon Matthew Sweeney
Living up to its title, Black Moon is a disquieting collection of portents and panic, and undoubtedly Matthew Sweeney's darkest book to date.
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Blood, Tin, Straw
Blood, Tin, Straw Sharon Olds
The new collection from the major prize-winning poet.
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