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From the Booker Prize-winning author of ‘Offshore’, ‘The Blue Flower’ and ‘Innocence’ comes this Booker Prize-shortlisted tale of a troubled Moscow printworks . Frank Reid had been born and brought up in Moscow. His father had emigrated there in the 1870s and…
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From the Booker Prize-wining author of ‘Offshore’ and ‘the Blue Flower’ - this Booker Prize-shortlisted novel centres on Cambridge Fellow Fred Fairly’s search for a rational riposte to love. In 1912 Fred Fairly is a Junior Fellow at the college of St Angelicus in…

A Month in the Country

by J. Carr

|December 1, 2011

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In the summer of 1920 two men, both war survivors meet in the quiet English countryside. One is living in the church, intent upon uncovering and restoring an historical wall painting while the other camps in the next field in search of a lost grave.Out of their…

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A fascinating collection of letters from the great English novelist – and prolific correspondent – Penelope Fitzgerald Acclaimed for her exquisitely elegant novels – including the Booker Prize-winning ‘Offshore’ – and superb biographies, Penelope Fitzgerald was…
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Penelope Fitzgerald’s fascinating portrait of the tragic poet and her life at the heart of the Bloomsbury set. Thomas Hardy hailed her as ‘far and away the best living woman poet’; the formidable Charlotte Mew (1869–1928) was the writer of some of the best…
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Penelope Fitzgerald, the Booker Prize-winning author of ‘Offshore’ and ‘The Blue Flower’, turns her attention to the remarkable life of the Pre-Raphaelite artist Edward Burne-Jones. ‘I mean by a picture a beautiful, romantic dream of something that never was,…

Offshore

by Penelope Fitzgerald

|March 28, 2013

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This Booker Prize-winning novel from the author of ‘The Blue Flower’ is set among the houseboat community of the Thames. ‘Offshore’ is a dry, genuinely funny novel, set among the houseboat community who rise and fall with the tide of the Thames on Battersea…
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Rien ne semble troubler la paix de Hardborough, aimable bourgade de l’East Anglia. Mais Florence Green, une jeune veuve, a décidé d’y ouvrir une librairie, ce qui déplaît aux notables de la ville. Florence voulait créer innocemment un lieu de sociabilité inédit ;…
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From the Booker Prize-winning author of ‘Offshore’, ‘The Blue Flower’ and ‘Innocence’, this is a funny, touching, authentic story of life at Broadcasting House during the Blitz. The human voices of Penelope Fitzgerald’s novel are those of the BBC in the first…
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From the Booker Prize-winning author of ‘Offshore’ and ‘Innocence’ comes this unusual romance between the poet Novalis and his fiancée Sophie. Set in Germany at the very end of the eighteenth century, The Blue Flower is the story of the brilliant Fritz von…
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From the Booker Prize-winning author of ‘Offshore’, ‘The Blue Flower’ and ‘Innocence’ comes this Booker Prize-shortlisted story of books and busybodies in East Anglia. This, Penelope Fitzgerald’s second novel, was her first to be shortlisted for the Booker Prize.…
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The Golden Child, Penelope Fitzgerald’s first work of fiction, is a classically plotted British mystery centred around the arrival of the ‘Golden Child’ at a London museum. Far be it for the hapless Waring Smith, junior officer at a prominent London museum, to…