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Beloved Strangers: A Memoir

by Maria Chaudhuri

A bright new voice from Bangladesh, in the literary tradition of Reading Lolita in Tehran and Burnt Shadows, on finding home and self.

One of Maria Chaudhuri's early memories growing up in Dhaka was planning...


The Last Illusion

by Porochista Khakpour

From the critically acclaimed author of Sons and Other Flammable Objects comes a bold fabulist novel about a feral boy coming of age in New York, based on a legend from the medieval Persian epic The Shahnameh...


Funny Once: Stories

by Antonya Nelson

Michael Chabon once said, �I scan the tables of contents of magazines, looking for Antonya Nelson's name, hoping that she has decided to bless us again.� And now she has blessed us again, with a bounty of...


The Pocket Book of Weather: Entertaining and Remarkable Facts About Our Weather

by Michael Bright

Featuring three thousand essential facts and figures, illustrated with more than fifty color photographs and diagrams, this entertaining and informative guide explains how the weather shapes our planet and affects...


Terms & Conditions

by Robert Glancy

Frank has been in a serious car accident and he's missing memories�of the people around him, of the history they share, and of how he came to be in the crash. All he remembers is that he is a lawyer who specializes...


Authorisms: Words Wrought by Writers

by Paul Dickson

An entertaining, illuminating lexicography of words coined by authors throughout the ages, published on the �sesquiquadricentennial� (450th anniversary) of Shakespeare's birth.

William Shakespeare's written...


The Giraffe's Neck: A Novel

by Judith Schalansky

Adaptation is everything. Inge Lohmark is well aware of that; after all, she's been teaching biology for more than thirty years. But nothing will change the fact that her school is going to be closed in four...


A Place I've Never Been: Stories

by David Leavitt

David Leavitt's second collection of stories further confirms a talent deep and wonderfully creative in its empathy. A Place I've Never Been explores family relationships, friendships, and romantic relationships,...


Maggie & Me: Coming Out and Coming of Age in 1980s Scotland

by Damian Barr

It's 12 October 1984. An IRA bomb blows apart the Grand Hotel in Brighton. Miraculously, Margaret Thatcher survives. In small-town Scotland, eight-year-old Damian Barr watches in horror as his mum rips her wedding...


The Marble Quilt: Stories

by David Leavitt

David Leavitt displays his masterful range, his deep emotional intelligence and wit in these nine stories, a cosmopolitan selection set variously over the past century, from fin de si�cle London to early-60s...


Lion Heart: A Novel

by Justin Cartwright

Richard Cathar recalls his recently deceased father, Alfric, as a delusional hippie, one who fancied himself an intellectual and historian. One of many far-fetched claims was that he had discovered�and then...


Beasts: What Animals Can Teach Us About the Origins of Good and Evil

by Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson

Bestselling author Jeffrey Masson shows us what the animals at the top of the food chain�orca whales, big cats, etc.�can teach us about the origins of good and evil in ourselves.

There are two supreme predators...


How Paris Became Paris: The Invention of the Modern City

by Joan DeJean

At the beginning of the seventeenth century, Paris was known for isolated monuments but had not yet put its brand on urban space. Like other European cities, it was still emerging from its medieval past. But...


The Poets' Wives: A Novel

by David Park

What does it mean to be a poet's wife, his muse and lover, there for the heights of inspiration and the quotidian of the day-to-day, and often times, too, the drudgery of being in a supporting role to "the great...


Becoming a Londoner: A Diary

by David Plante

The first volume of National Book Award finalist David Plante's extraordinary diaries of a life lived among the artistic elite in 1960s London.

�Nikos and I live together as lovers, as everyone knows, and we...


A More Beautiful Question: The Power of Inquiry to Spark Breakthrough Ideas

by Warren Berger

To get the right answer--in business, in life--you have to ask the right question. Innovation expert Warren Berger shows it's both an art and a science.


The Man Who Walked Away: A Novel

by Maud Casey

In a trance-like state, Albert walks�from Bordeaux to Poitiers, from Chaumont to Macon, and farther afield to Turkey, Austria, Russia�all over Europe. When he walks, he is called a vagrant, a mad man. He...


The Adventures of Henry Thoreau: A Young Man's Unlikely Path to Walden Pond

by Michael Sims

Henry David Thoreau has long been an intellectual icon and folk hero. In this strikingly original profile, Michael Sims reveals how the bookish, quirky young man who kept quitting jobs evolved into the patron...


The Last Gift: A Novel

by Abdulrazak Gurnah

One day, long before the troubles, he slipped away without saying a word to anyone and never went back. And then another day, forty-three years later, he collapsed just inside the front door of his house in...


A Feathered River Across the Sky: The Passenger Pigeon's Flight to Extinction

by Joel Greenberg

The epic story of why passenger pigeons became extinct and what that says about our current relationship with the natural world.

When Europeans arrived in North America, 25 to 40 percent of the continent's birds...