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Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha

Man Booker Prize 1993

by Roddy Doyle

In this national bestseller and winner of the Booker Prize, Roddy Doyle, author of the "BarrytownTrilogy," takes us to a new level of emotional richness with the story of ten-year-old Padraic Clarke.Witty and...


The Snapper

by Roddy Doyle

Twenty-year-old Sharon Rabbitte is pregnant. She's also unmarried, living at home, working in a grocery store, and keeping the father's identity a secret. Her own father, Jimmy Sr., is shocked by the news. Her...


Malgudi Days

by R. Narayan

Four gems, with new introductions, mark acclaimed Indian writer R. K. Narayan's centennial

Introducing this collection of stories, R. K. Narayan describes how in India "the writer has only to look out of the...


The Acts of King Arthur and His Noble Knights: (Penguin Classics Deluxe Edition)

by John Steinbeck

Steinbeck's only work of fantasy literature-in a deluxe edition with a foreword by Christopher Paolini, New York Times bestselling author of Eragon, Eldest and Brisingr

Malory's Le Morte d'Arthur was the first...


Mao II: A Novel

PEN/Faulkner Award 1992

by Don DeLillo

"One of the most intelligent, grimly funny voices to comment on life in present-day America" (The New York Times), Don DeLillo presents an extraordinary new novel about words and images, novelists and terrorists,...


Death in Summer

by William Trevor

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA


The Portable Thoreau

by Henry David Thoreau

An updated edition of Thoreau's most widely read works.

Self-described as "a mystic, a transcendentalist, and a natural philosopher to boot," Henry David Thoreau dedicated his life to preserving his freedom...


Our Nig: or, Sketches from the Life of a Free Black

by Harriet Wilson

For the 150th anniversary of its first publication, a new edition of the pioneering African-American classic, reflecting groundbreaking discoveries about its author's life

First published in 1859, Our Nig is...


The Woman Who Walked into Doors

by Roddy Doyle

Paula Spencer is a thirty-nine-year-old working-class woman struggling to reclaim her dignity after marriage to an abusive husband and a worsening drinking problem. Paula recalls her contented childhood, the...


A Long Way Down

by Nick Hornby

New York Times-bestselling author Nick Hornby mines the hearts and psyches of four lost souls who connect just when they've reached the end of the line. A Long Way Down is now a major motion picture from Magnolia...


The Financier

by Theodore Dreiser

A defiant critique of American capitalism

A MASTER OF GRITTY NATURALISM, Theodore Dreiser explores the corruption of the American dream in The Financier. Frank Cowperwood, a fiercely ambitious businessman, emerges...


Marrying Mozart

by Stephanie Cowell

Amadeus meets Little Women in this irresistibly delightful historical novel by award-winning author Stephanie Cowell. The year is 1777 and the four Weber sisters, daughters of a musical family, share a crowded,...


The Ice Cream Army

by Jessica Gregson

Following an arduous and tragic sea journey to Australia, Hamil travels into the outback to find work and is taken in by a fellow Turkish immigrant. Initially they are widely accepted into the community as ice...


The End

by Salvatore Scibona

An incredible debut and National Book Award-nominated novel?it?s ?Memento meets Augie March. Didion meets Hitchcock? (Esquire).

It is August 15, 1953, the day of a boisterous and unwieldy street carnival in...


My Year of Meats: A Novel

Kiriyama Prize for Fiction 1998

by Ruth L. Ozeki

A cross-cultural tale of two women brought together by the intersections of television and industrial agriculture, fertility and motherhood, life and love-the breakout hit by the celebrated author of A Tale...


Hunger

by Knut Hamsun

First published in Norway in 1890, probes into the depths of consciousness with frightening and gripping power. Like the works of Dostoyevsky, it marks an extraordinary break with Western literary and humanistic...


Sky Burial

by Xinran

It was 1994 when Xinran, a journalist and the internationally acclaimed author of The Good Women of China, received a telephone call asking her to travel four hours to meet a woman who had just crossed the border...


Me and Orson Welles: A Novel

by Robert Kaplow

Coming in 2009, the major motion picture from the director of Slacker

The irresistible story of a stagestruck boy coming of age in the golden era of Broadway-with some very famous supporting characters-Me and...


How I Became Stupid

by Martin Page

Ignorance is bliss, or so hopes Antoine, the lead character in Martin Page?s stinging satire, How I Became Stupid?a modern day Candide with a Darwin Award?like sensibility. A twenty-five-year-old Aramaic scholar,...


Notes From The Underbelly

by Risa Green

More information to be announced soon on this forthcoming title from Penguin USA