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The Foreigners

by Maxine Swann

A glittering, energetic novel about three women-each experiencing an awakening in the gloriously conflicted and sexy city of Buenos Aires.

Buenos Aires is a city of Parisian affections and national anxiety, of...


The Assault

by Harry Mulisch

A novel that probes moral devastation following a Nazi retaliation in a Dutch town. The Assault has been translated and published to great critical acclaim throughout Europe and in the United States.

It is the...


Heartburn

by Nora Ephron

Is it possible to write a sidesplitting novel about the breakup of the perfect marriage? If the writer is Nora Ephron, the answer is a resounding yes. For in this inspired confection of adultery, revenge, group...


The Annotated Lolita: Revised and Updated

by Vladimir Nabokov

The annotated text of this modern classic. It assiduously illuminates the extravagant wordplay and the frequent literary allusions, parodies, and cross-references. Edited with a preface, introduction and notes...


The Tetherballs of Bougainville: A Novel

by Mark Leyner

From his cult classic,  I Smell Esther Williams, to his wildly popular and insightful column "Wild Kingdom" appearing in Esquire magazine every month, Mark Leyner has been giving us up close and personal encounters...


Ransom

by Jay Mcinerney

Ransom, Jay McInerney's second novel, belongs to the distinguished tradition of novels about exile. Living in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, Christopher Ransom seeks a purity and simplicity he could not...


Brightness Falls

by Jay Mcinerney

he bestselling Brightness Falls--now in trade paper from the author of Bright Lights, Big City. In the story of Russell and Corrine Calloway, set against the world of New York publishing, McInerney provides...


Up at the Villa

by W. Somerset Maugham

Now a major motion picture from USA Films starring Kristin Scott Thomas and Sean Penn, and director Philip Haas (director of Angels and Insects).

In Up at the Villa, W. Somerset Maugham portrays a wealthy young...


An Invisible Sign of My Own: A Novel

by Aimee Bender

Aimee Bender’s stunning debut collection, The Girl in the Flammable Skirt, proved her to be one of the freshest voices in American fiction. Now, in her first novel, she builds on that early promise.

Mona Gray...


The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne

by Brian Moore & Mary Gordon

The Lonely Passion of Judith Hearne is an unflinching and deeply sympathetic portrait of a woman destroyed by self and circumstance. First published in 1955, it marked Brian Moore as a major figure in English...


The Duel

by Heinrich von Kleist & Annie Janusch

About This Book

"No amount of wisdom could possibly make sense of the mysterious verdict which God intended through this duel."

A new translation of a key work by one of European literature’s most important...


The Submission

by Amy Waldman

Entertainment Weekly’s Favorite Novel of 2011  Esquire’s 2011 Book of the Year

A New York Times Notable Book for 2011A Washington Post Notable Fiction Book for 2011One of NPR’s 10 Best Novels of 2011

Ten...


The Duel

by Anton Chekhov & Margarita Shalina

This new translation of the literary masterpiece— which combines a beautiful romance with high suspense— is here presented for the first time as a stand-alone volume.

One of Chekhov’s most important lengthy...


Seven Days in Rio

by Francis Levy

An incendiary and provocative new novel from "Nicholson Baker and Mary Gaitskill's French-kissing cousin"!


How to Keep Your Volkswagen Alive: A Novel

by Christopher Boucher

It’s hard being a single-dad raising a son—especially if your kid is also a 1971 Volkswagen Beetle.

 

There’s nothing more troubling than having your child break down on the side of the road, leaking...


The Duel

by Heinrich von Kleist & Annie Janusch

A new translation of a key work by one of European literature’s most important early writers.

One of the few novellas written by the master German playwright, The Duel was considered by Thomas Mann and others...


The Duel

by Aleksandr Kuprin & Josh Billings

About This Book

Her mourth was almost pressed against his, and her words were like quick, hurried kisses: "You must absolutely go through with the duel tomorrow."

This rediscovered gem by a major, yet neglected,...


Those Who Walk in Darkness

by Theodore Kohan

Action, surprises, and betrayal-these are the ingredients of THOSE WHO WALK IN DARKNESS, a sweeping immigrant family saga. From Bessarabia (today's Moldova) at the start of the twentieth century to Boston in...


The Pilgrim Hawk: A Love Story

by Glenway Wescott & Michael Cunningham

This powerful short novel describes the events of a single afternoon. Alwyn Tower, an American expatriate and sometime novelist, is staying with a friend outside of Paris, when a well-heeled, 

itinerant Irish...


Mr. Fortune

by Sylvia Townsend Warner & Adam Mars-Jones

SYLVIA TOWNSEND WARNER (1893–1978) was a poet, short-story writer, and novelist, as well as an authority on early English music and a member of the Communist Party. Her first novel, Lolly Willowes (available...