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Agape Agape

by William Gaddis & Sven Birkerts

William Gaddis published four novels during his lifetime, immense and complex books that helped inaugurate a new movement in American letters. Now comes his final work of fiction, a subtle, concentrated culmination...


The Rush for Second Place: Essays and Occasional Writings

by William Gaddis

William Gaddis published only four novels during his lifetime, but with those works he earned himself a reputation as one of America's greatest novelists. Less well known is Gaddis's body of excellent critical...


Frolic of His Own

National Book Award for Fiction 1994

by William Gaddis

A dazzling fourth novel by the author of The Recognitions, Carpenter’s Gothic, and JR uses his considerable powers of observation and satirical sensibilities to take on the American legal system.


Letters of William Gaddis

by William Gaddis, Steven Moore & Sarah Gaddis

Now recognized as one of the giants of postwar American fiction, William Gaddis (1922-98), author of The Recognitions and J R, shunned the spotlight during his life, which makes this collection of his letters...


J R

National Book Award for Fiction 1976

by William Gaddis & Rick Moody

A great masterpiece by William Gaddis, with a new introduction by Rick Moody.Winner of the 1976 National Book Award, J R is a biting satire about the many ways in which capitalism twists the American spirit...


The Recognitions

by William Gaddis & William H. Gass

A great masterpiece by William Gaddis, with a new introduction by William H. Gass.The book Jonathan Franzen dubbed the "ur-text of postwar ?ction" and the "?rst great cultural critique, which, even if Heller...