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A Girl Is a Half-Formed Thing

by Eimear McBRide

Winner of numerous literary awards including the Baileys Women's Prize for Fiction 2014, The Desmond Elliott Prize 2014, The Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year 2014, The Goldsmith Prize 2013 and listed in Best...


The Way to Santiago

by Arthur Calder-Marshall

'A fast-driven, maturely manipulated political thriller . . . Europe is at war - a Fascist coup is imminent as arms are exchanged for Mexican oil.' Kirkus

When newspaperman Henry Van Dyle is assassinated in Mexico...


Selected Poems

by W.S. Graham

When T.S. Eliot wrote of W.S. Graham's collection, The Nightfishing, that 'some of these poems - by their sustained power, their emotional depth and maturity and their superb technical skill - may well be among...


After Electra

by April de Angelis

I blame the books they learned to read with. Daddy at the office. Mummy looking out of the window while she's washing up. I should have burnt them.

It's Virgie's eighty-fourth birthday and she is bucking convention....


Passion and Cunning

by Conor Cruise O'brien

Conor Cruise O'Brien's brilliant and hugely controversial 1965 essay on the political convictions of W. B. Yeats is the title-piece for this superb 1988 collection of pieces on politics, religion, nationalism...


True Face

by Siobhan Curham

We are living in the age of the image - the perfect image. From the constant bombardment of air-brushed photos, to the dubious lifestyle choices promoted by celebrities and the obsession with social media, young...


Herod

by Conor Cruise O'brien

In Herod: Reflections on Political Violence (first published in 1978) Conor Cruise O'Brien collects a number of essays alongside three short plays that dramatise political arguments through the infamous figure...


The Suspecting Glance

by Conor Cruise O'brien

The Suspecting Glance (first published in 1972) collects Conor Cruise O'Brien's four T. S. Eliot Memorial Lectures as delivered at the University of Kent, Canterbury, in November 1969. The lectures were inspired...


Pursued by Furies

by Gordon Bowker

'Malcolm Lowry was a ferocious malcontent, freewheeling to self-destruction with the help of mescal, cooking sherry, even bottles of skin bracer ... Rarely has a writer so elaborated his own legend as did Lowry....


The Pact

by Alistair Michie & Simon Hoggart

In 1977 Prime Minister James Callaghan and Liberal leader David Steel struck a constitutional deal, by which the Labour government could survive a vote of no confidence and get its business through Parliament,...


I've Always Kept a Unicorn: The Biography of Sandy Denny

by Mick Houghton

I've Always Kept a Unicorn tells the story of Sandy Denny, one of the greatest British singers of her time and the first female singer-songwriter to produce a substantial and enduring body of original songs....


Jefferson's Garden

by Timberlake Wertenbaker

America. 1776.

Christian is a Quaker. His family came to America to live in peace. But he is a young man fired up by dreams of revolution. Should he defy his community and pick up a gun?

Thomas Jefferson is an...


Death of a Comedian

by Owen McCafferty

what if i'm not funny though - what if i go out there and i'm not funny

Steve Johnston, guided and inspired by his girlfriend, is a small-time comedian, raw, original and true. Until he's spotted by an agent,...


How to Hold Your Breath

by Zinnie Harris

Because we live in Europe. Because nothing really bad happens. The worst is a bit of an inconvenience. Perhaps not such a good mini break. But really in the grand scheme of life, not so bad.

Starting with a seemingly...


Uncle Vanya

by Anton Chekhov & Samuel Adamson

Tea's cold, lunch is late and the great Professor has turned out to be a fraud - for Uncle Vanya, life has gone wonky, it's gone to hell.

Only one thing can save him - a glamorous woman's love. But she's not...


Kaliyuga

by David Stacton

The last of the three trilogies authored by David Stacton (1923-68) was described by the author as 'an intermezzo designed to deal with sexual relations'. After Old Acquaintance (1962) and Sir William (1963)...


Camus

by Conor Cruise O'brien & Oliver Kamm

Conor Cruise O'Brien's penetrative reading of Albert Camus, Nobel laureate and author of L'√Čtranger and La Peste, was originally published in 1970.

'O'Brien's Camus is brilliant. While having been himself profoundly...


States of Ireland

by Conor Cruise O'brien & Oliver Kamm

Written in 1972 in the wake of Bloody Sunday and direct rule, States of Ireland was Conor Cruise O'Brien's searching analysis of contemporary Irish nationalism: part-memoir, part-history, part-polemic.

'If The...


Tolstoy's Diaries Volume 2: 1895-1910

by Leo Tolstoy, R. F. Christian & Rosamund Bartlett

An important and long-overdue contribution to our knowledge of Tolstoy.' D. M. Thomas, Sunday Times

Volume 2 of Tolstoy's Diaries covers the years 1895-1910. These Diaries were meticulously edited by R.F. Christian...


Writers and Politics

by Conor Cruise O'brien & Oliver Kamm

Arguably Conor Cruise O'Brien's most influential and admired book was this brilliant collection of essays - on history, literature and public affairs - first published in 1965.

'I can still remember the excitement...