Suspended Sentences

Suspended Sentences Three Novellas Patrick Modiano Translated by Mark Polizzotti Modiano, the 2014 Nobel laureate in literature, explores the vagaries of memory, love, loss, identity and fate in three entwined novellas. ‘An excellent introduction to the writer … Modiano is as accessible as he is engrossing.’ – Jonathan Gibbs, Independent Paperback £12.99

The History of Rock ’n’ Roll Jealousy

The History of Rock ’n’ Roll in Ten Songs Greil Marcus An unconventional and completely mesmerising history of rock ’n’ roll. ‘I don’t know of anyone else who writes as beautifully, and deeply, about songs and singing.’ – Roddy Doyle, Irish Times ‘Playful, erudite and passionate.’ – Kitty Empire, Observer Hardback £16.99

Jealousy Peter Toohey A witty and insightful investigation into the green-eyed monster's role in our lives. Peter Toohey offers a provocative and beautifully illustrated exploration of one of the great drivers of contemporary society: the muchmaligned and generally misunderstood emotion of jealousy, which helps us as much as it harms. 55 b/w illus. Hardback £16.99


Speed Limits

Speed Limits Where Time Went and Why We Have So Little Left Mark C. Taylor A leading thinker considers how ‘faster’ has become synonymous with ‘better’ and assesses the dangers of our hurried times. ‘Original thinking at its explosive best. Accessible and timely.’ – Esa Saarinen, Aalto University, Finland 24 b/w illus. Hardback £18.99

Eugene O’Neill

Eugene O’Neill A Life in Four Acts Robert M. Dowling This extraordinary biography is the first to fully capture the intimacies of Eugene O’Neill’s tumultuous life and the genius of his work. Uncovering a raft of fresh material about the Nobel Prize–winning playwright, the author reveals how O’Neill’s plays are interwoven with his own life stories. 49 b/w illus. Hardback £20.00

Ever Yours The Essential Letters Vincent van Gogh Edited by Leo Jansen, Hans Luijten and Nienke Bakker This compendium of Vincent Van Gogh’s letters – one of the most intriguing and multifaceted bodies of artistic correspondence ever known – provides a rare glimpse into the artist’s mind and motivations. 95 colour + 13 b/w illus. Hardback £30.00

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