British Literature

15 Products

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    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.
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    by Ruth Rendell

    A terrifyingly vivid portrayal of the murderous impulses hiding in the squalor of North London from multi-million copy and SUNDAY TIMES bestselling author Ruth Rendell. Readers of PD James, Ann Cleeves and Donna Leon will be hooked…




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    by Jonathan Coe

    A tale of Cold War love and intrigue by Jonathan Coe, “probably the best English novelist of his generation” (Nick Hornby).

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    by Ali Smith

    A sweetly memorable collection … A major talent

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    by Andrew Miller

    Born in the mid-18th century, James Dyer is unable to feel pain and becomes, in adulthood, a brilliant but heartless surgeon. On the way to St Petersburg, he meets a woman with magical powers who enables him to feel pain and his whole life is changed.
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    by Sylvia Townsend Warner

    Deliciously wry and inviting, it was her piquant plea that single women find liberty and civility, a theme that would later be explored by Virginia Woolf in ‘A Room of One’s Own’.



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    by Daniel Defoe

    The Fortunes & Misfortunes of the Famous Moll Flanders (aka Moll Flanders) is a novel by Daniel Defoe, first published in 1722. It purports to be the true account of the life of the eponymous Moll, detailing her exploits from birth until old age.




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    by Ian McEwan

    A novel of remarkable depth and poignancy from one of the most acclaimed writers of our time.
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    by Pat Barker

    The first book of the Regeneration Trilogy—a Booker Prize nominee and one of Entertainment Weekly’s 100 All-Time Greatest Novels.
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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).

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    Albert Campion #16

    by Margery Allingham

    For two years Scotland Yard was baffled by strange disappearances. Some people finally turned up… dead. Others didn’t turn up at all.




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    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.

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    by Ford Madox Ford

    “A Tale of Passion,” as its subtitle declares, The Good Soldier relates the complex social and sexual relationships between two couples, one English, one American, and the growing awareness by the American narrator John Dowell of the intrigues and passions behind their orderly Edwardian facade.
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    Original price was: 16,50 €.Current price is: 13,20 €.

    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.

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    by Helen Dunmore

    In her prize-winning first novel, Zennor in Darkness, Helen Dunmore reimagines the plight of D.H. Lawrence and his German wife hiding out in Cornwall during the First World War.