Simon Armitage’s new collection is by turns a voice and a chorus: a hyper-vivid array of dramatic monologues, allegories, parables and tall tales.

Here comes everybody: Snoobie and Carla ...

Simon Armitage’s new collection is by turns a voice and a chorus: a hyper-vivid array of dramatic monologues, allegories, parables and tall tales.

Here comes everybody: Snoobie and Carla ...

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‘The most compelling of anthologies, the most leisurely, and the most complete.’ Observer

First published in 1923, the conception of de la Mare’s collection of poetry and prose ‘for ...

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Set in a near future (the novel was first published in 1961 and is set in the period 1970-73), this is Angus Wilson’s most allegorical novel, about a doomed ...

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The Professor was Rex Warner’s second novel, published in 1938, only a year after his groundbreaking first novel, The Wild Goose Chase . It is one of the most extraordinary ...

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The Wild Goose Chase , published in 1937 and Rex Warner’s first novel, was a groundbreaking piece of fiction. The novel follows three brothers whose journey is a dazzling original ...

When the world’s foremost travel writer describes the small city-state of Hav, it is unlike any of her other books. For Hav exists only in one special place - Jan ...

Widely praised on its first publication in 1978, The Haw Lantern ventured into new imaginative territory with poems exploring the theme of loss - including a celebrated sonnet sequence concerning the ...

When the world’s foremost travel writer describes the small city-state of Hav, it is unlike any of her other books. For Hav exists only in one special place - Jan ...

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The Cow is the story of a Spanish agricultural labourer, Ambrosio, who goes to Switzerland as a Gastarbeiter. He is bound for Innenwald, a village in the Swiss highlands, and ...

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