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Previews (7 Listed volumes)

  • Alessandro Barbero

    The Athenian Women

    2018, pp. 208, $ 17.00
    Region: Italy
    The Athenian Women offers a powerful vision of class struggle, the subjugation of women by men, and the courage needed to change the course of history.
  • Andrea Camilleri

    The Sacco Gang

    2017, pp. 128, $ 14.00
    Region: Italy
    A "wild west" tale of two brothers who battle both the state and a mafia empire in 1920s Italy, from famed Italian author Andrea Camilleri.
  • Jane Gardam

    Faith Fox

    2017, pp. 272, $ 18.00
    Region: Britain
    The story of a motherless girl named Faith and her family and close friends, all of whom are determined to see her live a happy life.
  • Anthony Quinn

    Freya

    2017, pp. 464, $ 19.00
    Region: Britain
    Set immediately after the end of WWII, Freya explores the lives and friendship of two british females at a time where gender roles were changing in England.
  • Roberto Tiraboschi

    The Apothecary's Shop

    2017, pp. 352, $ 18.00
    Region: Italy
    In a medieval Venice undone by devastating famine and excessive, orgiastic Carnival festivities of all kinds, the protagonists of The Apothecary's Shop chase a dream of rebirth, the eternal dream of defeating death
  • Nicola Lagioia

    Ferocity

    2017, pp. 368, $ 18.00
    Region: Italy
    Winner of the 2015 Strega Prize, Italy's preeminent prize for fiction, Ferocity is a cinematic suspense novel that also addresses vital social questions, a combination of Gillian Flynn's Gone Girl and Jonathan Franzen's Freedom, filtered through the fierce Mediterranean vision of Elena Ferrante.
  • Elena Ferrante

    Frantumaglia

    2017, pp. 400, $ 17.00
    Region: Italy
    In this collection of writings Ferrante addresses her unwavering decision to remain anonymous, her literary inspirations, Italian politics and culture, and the role of the writer (and the publisher) in modern society.
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