In this acclaimed exploration of the culture of others, Rebecca Solnit
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In this investigation into loss, losing and being lost, Rebecca Solnit
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'The most reliable and comprehensive account of the Great Plague that we
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"It is only ideas gained from walking that have any worth."--Nietzsche
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A FINANCIAL TIMES, I PAPER AND STYLIST BOOK OF THE YEAR 'In his absorbing
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Twenty years ago, in a series of mysterious, incandescent writings,
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Austerlitz is W. G. Sebald's haunting novel of post-war Europe.
In 1939, five-year-old Jacques A..
Car parks: commonplace urban landscapes, little-explored and rarely
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A chilling novel that pays twisted homage to Defoe's `Robinson Crusoe'.
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Was Britain's postwar rebuilding the height of midcentury chic or the
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Part of the outstanding biographical series - edited by Richard Holmes -
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Edward Abbey ventures alone into the canyonlands of Moab, Utah, to work
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Diamond Street is Rachel Lichtenstein's fascinating account of London's
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Dining on Stones is Iain Sinclair's sharp, edgy mystery of London and
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Long unavailable but in
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