Beckett, Samuel; Auster, Paul;
Novels Volume II: Molly, Malone Dies, The Unnamable, How It Is. Edited by Paul Auster, Salman Rushdie, Introduction. Grove Press. 2006. xiv-521 p. Hardcover.
Russian Short Stories from Pushkin to Buida. An collection of short stories cover two centuries of Russian literary tradition, from such authors as Nicolay Gogol, Anton Chekhov, and Mikhail Zoshchenko. Penguin. 2005. xix-396 p. Paperback.
Tormented hope. Nine hypochondriac lives. 1st paperback ed. London, Penguin books. 2010. 290 p.
Martin Amis. Postmodernism and Beyond. This is the first collection of original essays ever published on Martin Amis, one of England's most controversial and critically acclaimed authors. Impressively international in scope, it assembles the ideas of twelve scholars from six different countries to clarify the major trends and transitions in Amis's work. In essays that cover each of his novels as well as previously ignored non-fiction essays, it will become an authoritative resource for scholars, students and fans of Amis's work in general. Palgrave Macmillan. 2006. xii-241 p. Hardcover.
Naïr, Karthika & Jolivet, Joëlle.
The Honey Hunter. Little Gestalten. 2015. 52 p. Ills. Hardcover.
Will the Circle be Unbroken? Reflections on Death, Rebirth, and Hunger for a Faith. Interviews with emergency room doctors, Hiroshima survivors, AIDS co-workers, and death-row parolees express the beliefs, hopes, fears, and expectations of people confronted with death and life's ultimate experience. The New Press. 2001. xxiv-407 p. Hardcover/ dustjacket.
The Fiction of Martin Amis. In this Readers' Guide, Nicolas Tredell explores the critical judgements and interpretations generated by Amis's novels and short stories over the past quarter of a century. Drawing on reviews, essays, interviews, and books, it brings together material on Amis which has never previously been collected and provides the most wide-ranging examination of his fiction so far, considering key issues such as his use of language, his concern with time, apocalypse and corruption, his relation to modernity and postmodernity, his representation of women and sexuality, and his treatment of the Holocaust. Macmillan. 2000. 208 p. Paperback.
Vladislavic, Ivan; Banerjee, Sunandini;
The Loss Library and Other Unfinished Stories. Includes 12 collages by Sunandini Banerjee. Seagull Books. 2012. 112 p. Ills. Hardcover/ dustjacket.
Arts and Letters. In these 39 lively essays and profiles, bestselling novelist and biographer Edmund White draws on his wide reading and his sly humour to illuminate some of the most influential writers, artists and cultural icons of the past century, among them Marcel Proust, Catherine Deneuve, George Eliot, Andy Warhol, André Gide, David Geffen, and Robert Mapplethorpe. 'Anyone who loves arts and letters even half as much as Edmund White will enjoy this fine collection by this admirable American writer.' - The Washington Post Book World. Cleis Press. 2006-08-02. x-360 p. Softcover.
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