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On Photography
On Photography Susan Sontag
Susan Sontag's groundbreaking critique of photography asks forceful questions about the moral and aesthetic issues surrounding this art form.
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A Place In The Country
A Place In The Country W. G. Sebald
Written at the height of his career, A Place in the Country is W.G. Sebald's lyrical homage to six writers and artists who greatly influenced him in his life and work.
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Troublesome Words
Troublesome Words Bill Bryson
With Troublesome Words, bestselling writer Bill Bryson gives us a clear, concise and entertaining guide to the problems of English usage and spelling.
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Music At Midnight
Music At Midnight John Drury
George Herbert wrote, but never published, some of the very greatest English poetry, recording in an astonishing variety of forms his inner experiences of grief, recovery, hope, despair, anger, fulfilment and - above all else - love.
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Adrian Mole
Adrian Mole Sue Townsend
To celebrate his 50th birthday, the poems of misunderstood intellectual Adrian Mole are published in one volume for the first time.
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Zeitoun Dave Eggers
'Harrowing, spellbinding . . . nothing less than an indictment of the entire Bush era.'  Observer
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The Penguin Dictionary Of Literary Terms And Literary Theory
The Penguin Dictionary Of Literary Terms And Literary Theory J. A. Cuddon, M. A. R. Habib
The Penguin Dictionary of Literary Terms and Literary Theory is  firmly established as a key work of reference in the complex and varied  field of literary criticism.
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Wide Sargasso Sea
Wide Sargasso Sea Jean Rhys
Jean Rhys's late masterpiece Wide Sargasso Sea was inspired by Charlotte Brontë's Jane Eyre, and is set in the lush, beguiling landscape of Jamaica in the 1830s.
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A Kestrel For A Knave
A Kestrel For A Knave Barry Hines
Barry Hines's A Kestrel for a Knave was published in 1968, and was made into one of the key British films of the sixties. Billy Casper is beaten by his drunken brother, ignored by his mother and failing at school. He seems destined for a hard, miserable life down the pits, but for a brief time, he finds one pleasure in life: a wild kestrel that he has raised and tamed himself.
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Hell's Angels
Hell's Angels Hunter S. Thompson
Journalist, maverick, rebel and author of Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Hunter S. Thompson offers another novel of American counterculture in Hell's Angels, beautifully repackaged as part of the Penguin Essentials range.
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Poems On The Underground
Poems On The Underground Judith Chernaik, Gerad Benson
Poems on the Underground has become a staple of the London Underground. In this beautiful edition, poems old and new, romantic, comic and sublime explore love, London, the wider world, exile, the seasons, dreams, music, war and the nature of poetry itself. 
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The Penguin Portuguese Phrasebook
The Penguin Portuguese Phrasebook Jill Norman, Natália Pinazza
Speak for yourself in Portuguese Penguin shows you how . . .
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