What Maisie Knew

Following a violent and messy divorce, young Maisie Farange floats back and forth between her parents, Beale and Ida, who use her as a weapon to torment each other in their...

The Voyage Out

The Voyage Out is Virginia Woolf’s haunting tale about a naive young woman’s sea voyage from London to a small resort on the South American coast. Told in symbolic, lyrical...

Mansfield Park

When timid, ten-year-old Fanny Price is plucked from her large, raucous and somewhat impoverished family in Portsmouth to live with wealthy relatives in Mansfield Park her life is...

Night and Day

Written before she began her experiments in the writing of fiction, Virginia Woolf's second novel, Night and Day, is a story about a group of young people trying to discover what...

Emma

Arrogant, self-willed and egotistical, Emma is Jane Austen’s most unusual heroine. Her interfering ways and inveterate matchmaking are at once shocking and comic. She is...

Once Upon A River: A Novel

From the instant #1 New York Times bestselling author of the “eerie and fascinating” (USA TODAY) The Thirteenth Tale comes a “swift and entrancing, profound and...

Why Nationalism

Why nationalism is a permanent political force—and how it can be harnessed once again for liberal endsAround the world today, nationalism is back—and it’s often deeply...

The Road Home

Winner of the Orange Broadband Prize for Fiction 2008, The Road Home is the best-selling story of Lev, a middle-aged migrant from Eastern Europe, who moves to London in search of...

Sense and Sensibility

When Mrs Dashwood is forced by an avaricious daughter-in-law to leave the family home in Sussex, she takes her three daughters to live in a modest cottage in Devon. For Elinor,...

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