British Literature

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    by Evelyn Waugh

    Brilliantly combining tragedy, comedy and savage irony, ‘A Handful of Dust’ captures the irresponsible mood of the ‘crazy and sterile generation’ between the wars. The breakdown of the Last marriage is a painful, comic re-working of Waugh’s own divorce, and a symbol of the disintegration of society.

  • 3,00 

    by E.M. Forster

    A masterful portrait of a society in the grip of imperialism, A Passage to India compellingly depicts the fate of individuals caught between the great political and cultural conflicts of the modern world.
  • 8,00 

    by Charles Dickens

    Bleak House is one of Dickens’s most ambitious novels, with a range that extends from the drawing rooms of the aristocracy to the poorest of London slums.


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    by Evelyn Waugh

    Selected by the Modern Library as one of the 100 best novels of the century, Scoop is a “thoroughly enjoyable, uproariously funny” satire of the journalism business (New York Times).

  • 4,00 

    by Ian McEwan

    A child’s abduction sends a father reeling in this Whitbread Award-winning novel that explores time and loss with “narrative daring and imaginative genius” (Kirkus Reviews, starred review).

  • 6,00 

    The Forsyte Chronicles #1-3

    by John Galsworthy

    John Galsworthy, a Nobel Prize-winning author, chronicles the ebbing social power of the commercial upper-middle-class Forsyte family through three generations, beginning in Victorian London during the 1880s and ending in the early 1920s.

  • 16,50 

    by Jonathan Coe

    Winner of the 1998 Prix Médicis Étranger, The House of Sleep is an intensely moving and frequently hilarious novel about love, obsession and sleep.

  • 6,00 

    by Nikita Lalwani

    The Pizzeria Vesuvio looks like any other Italian restaurant in London – with a few small differences. The chefs who make the pizza fiorentinas are Sri Lankan, and half the kitchen staff are illegal immigrants.