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Huddleston Road

by John Toomey

When Vic meets Lali, they stumble into a dysfunctional ten-year relationship that leaves him in ruins and raising a child on his own. As Vic strives to protect their daughter from the cruel truths of his relationship...


Vlad

by Carlos Fuentes, Alejandro Branger & Ethan Shaskan Bumas

Where, Carlos Fuentes asks, is a modern-day vampire to roost? Why not Mexico City, populated by ten million blood sausages (that is, people), and a police force who won't mind a few disappearances?"Vlad" is...


The Lute and the Scars

by Danilo Kis & John K. Cox

Against a background of oppression and exile, the debate between death and writing continues unabated in The Lute and the Scars: death as allegory or symbolic act, and writing as the one impregnable defense,...


The Attic

by Danilo Kis & John K. Cox

The Attic explores the relationship of a young man, known only as Orpheus, to the art of writing; it also tracks his relationship with a colorful cast of characters.The Attic is Danilo Kiš's first novel. Written...


Psalm 44

by Danilo Kis & John K. Cox

Psalm 44 is the last major work of fiction by Danilo Kiš to be translated into English, and his only novel dealing explicitly with Auschwitz (where his own father died).Written when he was only twenty-five,...


The Cat Who Came in From the Cold

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

In this sentimental, didactic fable, Masson imagines how the lone, nonsocial, domesticated animal came to share hearth and home. Billi, an Asian leopard cat, lives in a mango forest in ancient India. He enjoys...


Ariadne in the Grotesque Labyrinth

by Salvador Espriu & Rowan Ricardo Phillips

Salvador Espriu's Ariadne in the Grotesque Labyrinth is a collection of thirty-four short stories in which the twists and turns of action, character, and place are as winding and sumptuous as the legendary maze...


Blind Man's Bluff

by Aidan Higgins

A commonplace book of anecdotes and cartoons, Aidan Higgins's Blind Man's Bluff is a compendium of tart and comic insights into sight itself, as well as other varied indignities: personal, historical, and literary.Perversely,...


Farewell: A Mansion in Occupied Istanbul

by Ayse Kulin & Kenneth J. Dakan

A sweeping story of the final collapse of the Ottoman Empire over the course of the First World War, Farewell is a novel of great warmth, suffused with tragedy.Focusing on the experiences of one particular family...


Walaschek's Dream

by Giovanni Orelli & Jamie Richards

Allusive, ironic, and elegiac, Joycean in scope, Walaschek's Dream is an encyclopedic portrait of European culture under Nazism and a singular meditation on the ephemerality of sport and the immortalizing power...


With the Animals

by Noëlle Revaz & W. Donald Wilson

With the Animals, Noelle Revaz's shocking debut, is a novel of mud and blood whose linguistic audaciousness is matched only by its brutality, misanthropy, and gallows humor which paint a portrait of masculinity...


Building Waves

by Taeko Tomioka & Louise Heal Kawai

In her early forties, Kyoko has no compunction about getting what she wants. But when she begins a relationship with a traditional and conformist man, the result in Building Waves is uncomfortable, comical,...


Flowers of Grass

by Takehiko Fukunaga & Royall Tyler

Flowers of Grass is Takehiko Fukunaga's fully realized portrait of a young man of fastidious intelligence and great sorrow, and shows us how it is possible, seeing reality from the side of death and despair,...


Reticence

by Jean-Philippe Toussaint & John Lambert

In Reticence, a man on vacation seems to be under surveillance. But it's far more pleasant to enjoy the Mediterranean than to look for answers, make deductions, or get upset-isn't it?

"A little thing happened...


Yellow Back Radio Broke-Down

by Ishmael Reed

"Folks. This here is the story of the Loop Garoo Kid. A cowboy so bad he made a working posse of spells phone in sick. A bullwhacker so unfeeling he left the print of winged mice on hides of crawling women....


Reckless Eyeballing

by Ishmael Reed

It's the 1980s and the politics of the New York theater scene have taken yet another turn.

Masochism is out and feminism is in, Jews are out and Germans are in, race is out and gender is in, and everyone's fighting...


The Terrible Twos

by Ishmael Reed

The Terrible Twos is a wickedly funny, sharp-edged fictional assault on all those sulky, spoiled naysayers needing instant gratification--Americans. Ishmael Reed's sixth novel depicts a zany, bizarre, and all-too-believable...


The Last Days of Louisiana Red: A Novel

by Ishmael Reed

"The Last Days of Louisiana Red blends paradox, hyperbole, understatement and signifyin' so expertly you can almost hear a droll black voice telling the tales as you read it."—The New Republic When Papa LaBas...


The Free-Lance Pallbearers: A Novel

by Ishmael Reed

"For all the talk of the black aesthetic, few black novelists have broken sharply with the traditional devices of the realistic novel. One writer who departs from such conventions, however, is Ishmael Reed....


The Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge (German and Austrian Literature Series)

by Rainer maria Rilke & Burton Pike

"Translator Burton Pike captures the edgy, haunting beauty of this little-known masterpiece."-O MagazineFirst published in 1910, Rilke's Notebooks of Malte Laurids Brigge is one the first great modernist novels,...