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|April 7, 2009

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From the writer whose first novel, Bright Lights, Big City , defined a generation, a collection of twenty-six stories, new and old, that trace the arc of his career for nearly three decades. From the Trade Paperback edition.
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|August 17, 2011

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Combining the lyrical observation of F. Scott Fitzgerald with the laser-bright social satire of Evelyn Waugh, Jay McInerney gives us a novel that is stunningly accomplished and profoundly affecting. As he maps the fault lines spreading through the…
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|May 8, 2012

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This new collection by the acclaimed novelist—and, according to Salon, “the best wine writer in America”—is generous and far-reaching, deeply knowledgeable and often hilarious. For more than a decade, Jay McInerney’s vinous essays, now featured in The Wall Street…
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|October 25, 2013

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Jay McInerney met son talent littéraire au service de son autre grande passion : le vin. Un recueil de chroniques oenologiques brillantes, spirituelles et drôles destiné à tous ceux qui veulent en savoir plus sur les vins et ceux qui les produisent.
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|October 1, 2000

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With acerbic wit, irreverent tone, and bountiful hilarious anecdotes, Jay McInerney writes the first wine book that makes sense to all those dazed by the prevailing, dull technical wine writing. McInerney generously reveals all he's learned on his worldwide…
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|August 10, 2011

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From the bestselling author of Bright Lights, Big City and Brightness Falls comes a chronicle of a generation, as enacted by two men who represent all the passions and extremes of the class of 1969. Patrick Keane and Will Savage meet at prep school at the…
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|July 1, 2010

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First published in Paris in 1955, and originally banned in the United States, J. P. Donleavy’s first novel is now recognized the world over as a masterpiece and a modern classic of the highest order. Set in Ireland just after World War II, The Ginger Man is J. P.…
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|September 8, 2010

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"A Great Gatsby for the end of the century."--The Baltimore Sun "Swift and amusing. . . . An astute social observer of the cruelties of modern New York, [McInerney] is also capable of great tenderness." --The Boston Globe Jay McInerney returns to the restless…

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A Vintage Shorts “Short Story Month” Selection In the northern hills of Pakistan, by the border with Afghanistan, a drug deal goes horribly wrong. Trey’s friend has been captured. His girlfriend, Michelle, succumbs to her heroin addiction. And the only person who…
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|August 2, 2016

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From the best-selling author of Bright Lights, Big City: a sexy, vibrant, cross-generational New York story--a literary and commercial triumph of the highest order. Even decades after their arrival, Corrine and Russell Calloway still feel as if they’re living the…
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|August 10, 2011

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With the publication of Bright Lights, Big City in 1984, Jay McInerney became a literary sensation, heralded as the voice of a generation. The novel follows a young man, living in Manhattan as if he owned it, through nightclubs, fashion shows, editorial offices,…
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|August 17, 2011

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Ransom , Jay McInerney's second novel, belongs to the distinguished tradition of novels about exile. Living in Kyoto, the ancient capital of Japan, Christopher Ransom seeks a purity and simplicity he could not find at home, and tries to exorcise the terror he…