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The autobiographical coming-of-age modern classic by one of the greatest authors of the twentieth century
The perennial cult classic, introduced by Irvine Welsh
Solnit's revelatory modern classic exploring philosophy, history, art and metaphysics
One of Leonard Cohen's best loved volumes of poetry; a personal and powerful collection, popular since its original publication over thirty years ago
A modern classic - a funny and practical guide to being a writer by the New York Times bestseller
A radical new translation of the dystopian classic that influenced George Orwell and Aldous Huxley, introduced by Margaret Atwood
The phenomenal, Man Booker Prize-winning, international bestseller
Introduced by Robert Macfarlane and with an afterword by Jeanette Winterson
Barack Obama's memoir, written long before his political career began, is a remarkable story of one man's search for his identity.
An unprecedented international publishing event: the first and only diary written by a still-imprisoned Guantanamo detainee.
Read by the author and with a soundtrack by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis
One of the great novels of L.A., a semi-autobiographical story of a struggling writer ('Fante was my God', Charles Bukowski)
David Eagleman's bestselling, sparkling and provocative book on neuroscience now part of the Canongate Canons series
Introduced by Margaret Atwood
Tells the story of two men, one white and one Native American, connected by their own understandings of life yet struggling to find a common voice. As they journey together through small Indian towns and down forgotten roads, these two men will travel beyond myth and stereotype, revealing an America few people ever get to see.
A haunting tale of love and vengeance, from the internationally bestselling author of Silk
Shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, this is a timeless and compassionate novel about what it means to be human
The breathtaking first volume in Rachel Carson's classic and New York Times bestselling trilogy, about the history of the oceans, introduced by Margaret Atwood
For Penelope, wife of Odysseus, maintaining a kingdom while her husband was off fighting the Trojan war was not a simple business. Already aggrieved that he had been lured away due to the shocking behaviour of her beautiful cousin Helen, Penelope must bring up her wayward son, face down scandalous rumours and keep over a hundred lustful, greedy and bloodthirsty suitors at bay...And then, when Odysseus finally returns and slaughters the murderous suitors, he brutally hangs Penelope's twelve beloved maids. What were his motives? And what was Penelope really up to? Critically acclaimed when it was first published as part of Canongate's Myth series, and following a very successful adaptation by the RSC, this new edition of The Penelopiad sees Margaret Atwood give Penelope a modern and witty voice to tell her side of the story, and set the record straight for good.
Tan Twan Eng's rich, absorbing, internationally bestselling, Man Booker-shortlisted epic
Charles Bukowski lays bare Hollywood, revealing the absurdity and egotism behind the glamour
A bold and joyous retelling from Ovid's Metamorphoses by the award-winning, bestselling author of How to be Both
A remarkable collection about what it means to be human, winner of the Dylan Thomas Prize
'The one authentic masterpiece of rock 'n' roll writing' Peter Guralnick
The bestselling true crime classic from the creator of The Wire
Jim Dodge's unforgettable outlaw epic. Introduced by Thomas Pynchon
The award-winning cult classic. Winner of the Somerset Maugham Award and shortlisted for the Arthur C. Clarke Award
The bestselling, critically acclaimed novel of cursed books, quantum physics and the power of love
A travel literature classic. Introduced by Geoff Dyer: 'As a book about Yugoslavia it's a kind of metaphysical Lonely Planet that never requires updating'
An early masterpiece from the inaugural winner of the International Man Booker Prize.