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A Most Ambiguous Sunday and Other Stories

by Jung Young-moon, Yewon Jung & Louis Vinciguerra

Considered an eccentric in the traditional Korean literary world and often compared to Kafka, Jung Young-moon’s short stories have nonetheless won numerous readers both in Korea and abroad. 


House with a Sunken Courtyard

by Kim Won-il & Ji-moon Suh

An occasionally terrifying and always vivid portrayal of what it was like to live as a refugee immediately after the end of the Korean War. 


My Son's Girlfriend

by Jung Mi Kyung & Yu Young-nan

At once an ironic portrayal of contemporary Korea and an intimate exploration of heartache, alienation, and nostalgia, this collection of seven short stories has earned the author widespread critical acclaim. ...


Lonesome You

by Park Wan-suh & Elizabeth Haejin Yoon

In this collection by a canonical figure in Korean literature, meditations upon life in old age come to the fore—at its best, accompanied by great beauty and compassion; at its worst by a cynicism that nonetheless...


Marie Antoinette's Head: The Royal Hairdresser, the Queen, and the Revolution

by Will Bashor

Winner of the Adele Mellen Prize for Distinguished Scholarship

Marie Antoinette has remained atop the popular cultural landscape for centuries for the daring in style and fashion that she brought to 18th century...


What Matters Most: Living a More Considered Life

by James Hollis

The celebrated author of Finding Meaning in the Second Half of Life delivers a unique look at happiness, sharing a Jungian approach to finding a fearless, authentic path.

Why are we here? What is the meaning...


Hysteria

by Terry Johnson

1938. Hampstead, London. Sigmund Freud has fled Nazi-occupied Austria and settled in leafy Swiss Cottage. At eighty-two-years-old, he aims to spend his final days in peace. However, when Salvador Dal� turns...


Virgil: Aeneid IV

by Virgil & Keith Maclennan

In Book IV of Virgil's "Aeneid", one of the most studied books of that epic poem, Dido, queen of Carthage, is inflamed by love for Aeneas. The goddesses Juno and Venus plot to unite them, and their 'marriage'...


Barking in Essex

by Clive Exton

Freedom finally beckons for Algie Packer, Essex's most notorious gangster. He's done seven years inside and now he's coming home to collect his reward �� �3,672,000 in untraceable notes.

But there's something...


The Curatorial: A Philosophy of Curating

by Jean-Paul Martinon

Stop curating! And think what curating is all about. This book starts from this simple premise: thinking the activity of curating. To do that, it distinguishes between 'curating' and 'the curatorial'. If 'curating'...


I'm With the Band

by Tim Price

An Englishman, a Northern Irishman, a Scotsman and a Welshman walked into a recording studio and created The Union. Commercially successful and critically acclaimed, the pioneering indie rock band is now on...


The Grand Gesture

by Deborah McAndrew

The world was cruel to Simeon Duff

Mad and mired in the deepest slough

Nobody seemed to give a stuff

'bout Simeon, Simeon Duff

Simeon Duff is working class, unemployed and desperate. His wife works. He's lost all...


Euripides: Orestes

by Matthew Wright

"Orestes" was one of Euripides' most popular plays in antiquity. Its plot, which centres on Orestes' murder of his mother Clytemnestra and its aftermath, is exciting as well as morally complex; its presentation...


The Iliad

by Martin Mueller

No Western text boasts a life as long as the "Iliad", and few can match its energy and glory. This introduction to Homer's poem sees it as rooted in a particular culture with narrative and thematic conventions...


Euripides: Suppliant Women

by Ian C. Storey

Euripides' "Suppliant Women" is an unfairly neglected master work by the most controversial of the three great tragedians of Ancient Greece. It dramatises the story of one of the proudest moments in Athenian...


I Got a D in Salami #2

by Henry Winkler & Lin Oliver

It's report card day-the most dreaded day in Hank's school year. And when Hank gets his grades, they're his worst nightmare come true: a D in spelling, a D in reading, a D in math. After school, Hank and his...


The Art of Living: The Stoics on the Nature and Function of Philosophy

by John Sellars

Ancient philosophy was conceived as a way of life or an art of living, but if ancient philosophers did think that philosophy should transform an individual's way of life, then what conception of philosophy stands...


Bucolic Ecology: Virgil's Eclogues and the Environmental Literary Tradition

by Timothy Saunders

Beginning in outer space and ending up among the atoms, "Bucolic Ecology" illustrates how these poems repeatedly turn to the natural world in order to define themselves and their place in the literary tradition....


A.E. Housman: Classical Scholar

by David Butterfield & Christopher Stray

A.E. Housman (1859-1936) was a man of many apparent contradictions, most of which remain unresolved 150 years after his birth. At once a deeply emotive lyric poet and a precise and dedicated classical scholar,...


Ctesias: On India

by Andrew Nichols

A Greek doctor serving at the court of the Persian king Artaxerxes II in the fifth century BC, Ctesias met travellers and visitors from the far eastern reaches of the Persian Empire, merchants from along the...