|Against the Day
Knotty, paunchy, nutty, raunchy, Pynchon's first novel since Mason & Dixon (1997) reads like half a dozen books duking it out for his, and the reader's, attention. Most of them shine with a surreal incandescence, but even Pynchon fans may find their fealty tested now and again.
|Wind in the Willows
Illustrated by Michael Hague
We also have a lovely collection cards depicting Charles Van Sandwyck's version of the Wind in the WIllow.
Jean Francois Marie Arouet de Voltaire
Illustrated by Rockwell Kent
This beautiful edition is published by Random House and is boxed.
|Testaments Betrayed: An Essay in Nine Parts
Written like a novel, Testaments Betrayed is a brillant and thought-provoking essay that touches upon the how the moral rights of the artist and the respect due a work of art and its creator's wishes are betrayed when a work is translated.
|The Shadow of the Sun
This book sums up the author's experiences in Africa that became the central obsession of his remarkable career as a Poland's most celebrated foreign correspondent.
|The Pawprints of History: Dogs and the Course of Human Events
This delightfull book is a collection of stories that display how dogs have been the companions to well known figures throughout the ages.