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The Old Man and the Sea

by Ernest Hemingway

The Old Man and the Sea was awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction in 1953, and the year after, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Ernest Hemingway in 1954. It was the last major work of fiction written...

French Guiana

by Patrick Chamoiseau & Matt Reeck

Hailed by Milan Kundera as "an heir of Joyce and Kafka," Prix Goncourt winner Patrick Chamoiseau is among the leading Francophone writers today. With most of his novels having appeared in English, this book...

Migratory Birds

by Mariana Oliver & Julia Sanches

"A thoughtful, roving meditation on migration, language, and home."—Publishers Weekly

In her prize-winning debut, Mexican essayist Mariana Oliver trains her gaze on migration in its many forms, moving between...

Forms of Dictatorship

by Jennifer Harford Vargas

An intra-ethnic study of Latina/o fiction written in the United States from the early 1990s to the present, Forms of Dictatorship examines novels that depict the historical reality of dictatorship and exploit...

Free Pages and Other Essays

by Manuel Gonz?lez Prada, Frederick H. Fornoff & David Sobrevilla

Manuel Gonz?lez Prada was a powerful Peruvian writer and political reformer whose essays and speeches influenced generations of young radicals. He founded the Party of National Unity in 1891, was linked to the...

The Austin Clarke Library

by Austin Clarke

Gathered together are three extraordinary books by renowned storyteller and memoirist Austin Clarke.

’Membering, Clarke’s breathtaking memoir, spans over fifty years of his life as a writer, chronicling...

An Honest House

by Cynthia Reyes

Cynthia Reyes has done it again. Picking up from the early days of her recovery from a car accident, as told in her first book, A Good Home, she shares in this new book intensely lyrical stories of life in her...

Sketches of Life in Chile, 1841-1851

Beyond Bolaño

by Héctor Hoyos

Through a comparative analysis of the novels of Roberto Bolaño and the fictional work of César Aira, Mario Bellatin, Diamela Eltit, Chico Buarque, Alberto Fuguet, and Fernando Vallejo, among other leading...

Everyone thinks I'm a fakir

by Claudia Apablaza

These stories talk about the body, technologies and postmodernity in the creation of the person carrying these violent constructions: telephony, internet and Wi-Fi merged with eco-vegan practices, happy dance,...

A Good Home

by Cynthia Reyes

A Good Home is an addictive read, a profoundly emotional book about the author's early life in rural Jamaica, her move to urban North America, and her trips back home, all told through vivid descriptions of...

Selected Writings of César Vallejo

by César Vallejo & Joseph Mulligan

For the first time in English, readers can now evaluate the extraordinary breadth of César Vallejo's diverse oeuvre that, in addition to poetry, includes magazine and newspaper articles, chronicles, political...

Voices of Negritude in Modernist Print

by Carrie Noland

Carrie Noland approaches Negritude as an experimental, text-based poetic movement developed by diasporic authors of African descent through the means of modernist print culture. Engaging primarily the works...

Eric Walrond

by James Davis

Eric Walrond (1898–1966) was a writer, journalist, caustic critic, and fixture of 1920s Harlem. His short story collection, Tropic Death, was one of the first efforts by a black author to depict Caribbean...