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Collected Columns

by Michael Frayn

One of the funniest writers of his generation, Michael Frayn has been writing humorous newspaper columns since 1959, principally for the "Guardian" and "Observer", and originally came to prominence as the thrice...

The Truth

by Florian Zeller & Christopher Hampton

Two couples.

Friendship, suspicion, deceit.

And the truth.

Florian Zeller's The Truth, in the English translation by Christopher Hampton, premiered at The Chocolate Factory, London, in association with Theatre...

Welcome Home, Captain Fox!

by Anthony Weigh

It's the legendary hot summer of 1959 and while the Cold War rages and America tunes into I Love Lucy, Captain Jack Fox - believed missing in action in the fields of France fifteen years before - is about to...

Don Quixote: Based on the Novel

by James Fenton & Miguel de Cervantes

After a lifetime of reading books on chivalry, Don Quixote decides to embark on a quest of his own. Taking up a lance and sword, he sets out to become a wandering knight, defending the helpless and vanquishing...

The Patriotic Traitor

by Jonathan Lynn

Phillipe Ptain, a tough, uncompromising soldier who rose through the ranks to save France in 1916 Battle of Verdun. Charles de Gaulle, the aristocratic, academic and equally uncompromising soldier who led France...

Stars, Cars and Crystal Meth

by Jack Sutherland

Jack Sutherland, the narrator and protagonist of this memoir has, you might say, led a charmed life in the face of seeming damnation. A confirmed alcoholic in his early teens, by his twenties he was PA and bodyguard...

Rain: Four Walks in English Weather

by Melissa Harrison

A wonderful meditation on the English landscape in wet weather by the acclaimed novelist and nature writer, Melissa Harrison.

Whenever rain falls, our countryside changes. Fields, farms, hills and hedgerows appear...

The Master Builder

by Henrik Ibsen & David Hare

The change will come. And it's not far away, I promise you that. Some figure will emerge from the dark screaming 'Get out of the way'. And not far behind others will follow... The young are waiting. In all their...

Under the Rose: Selected Stories

by Julia O'Faolain

Julia O'Faolain is one of the most important Irish writers of the past half-century. Under the Rose is a selection of short stories taken from her many celebrated collections.

These are stories about families...

Siamese White

by Maurice Collis

Foremost among the biographies that Maurice Collis wrote during his wide-ranging literary career is Siamese White - an account of the career of Samuel White of Bath who, during the reign of James II, was appointed...

Atticus Claw Hears a Roar

by Jennifer Gray

Everyone's favourite cat detective is back!

Atticus finds a mysterious case in the attic and inside is a book leading to the treasure of the lost jaguar gods and to a jungle adventure with the Cheddar family....

The Letters of T. S. Eliot Volume 6: 1932-1933

by T.S. Eliot & John Haffenden

Despairing of his volatile, unstable wife, T. S. Eliot, at 44, resolves to put an end to the torture of his eighteen-year marriage.

He breaks free from September 1932 by becoming Norton Lecturer at Harvard. His...

Yuki chan in BronteCountry

by Mick Jackson

'They both stop and stare for a moment. Yuki feels she's spent about half her adult life thinking about snow, but when it starts, even now, it always arresting, bewildering. Each snowflake skating along some...

Hotter Than That

by Krin Gabbard

A swinging cultural history of the instrument that in many ways defined a century

The twentieth century was barely under way when the grandson of a slave picked up a trumpet and transformed American culture....

The Love Bomb

by James Fenton

Three Libretti—Ranging In Setting From Ancient Jerusalem To Pre-Apocalyptic London—From An Acclaimed Poet

This volume of libretti marks new work—and new terrain—for James Fenton. Commissioned by companies...

The Moderate Soprano

by David Hare

'I want to give my country a model of perfection... Nothing less. My country needs cheering up. I'm the man to do it.'

Nobody can doubt John Christie's passion nor his formidable will: his wooing of his opera...

A Lover Sings: Selected Lyrics

by Billy Bragg

Billy Bragg is one of Britain's most distinctive and accomplished songwriters, whose work has articulated the passions, both personal and political, of Britain during the past five decades. A Lover Sings contains...

Jane Wenham: The Witch of Walkern

by Rebecca Lenkiewicz

Walkern, 1712. England has been free from witch-hunts for decades until Jane Wenham is blamed for a tragic death and charged with witchcraft. A terrifying ordeal begins, as the village is torn between those...

The Atlantic Tunnel

by Paul Farley

Some similes act like heat shields for re-entry

to reality: a tramp in flames on the floor.

We can say Flame on! to invoke the Human Torch

from the Fantastic Four. We can switch to art

and imagine Dali at this latitude...

The Victims of Love

by Colin Spencer

First published in 1978, The Victims of Love was the last in a quartet of novels by Colin Spencer concerning the Simpson family and their charged relationships across the generations. Now we are in the 1960s,...