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  1. Book ImageGoing For a Beer: Selected Short Fictions

    Robert Coover

    “A mixtape of variations and a fugue on time from a postmodern master.… Familiar tales and conventional genres are made new, tinged with shuddering wonder and titillating humor.” —Yu-Yun Hsieh, The New York Times Book ReviewMore

  2. Book ImageThe Wall: A Novel

    John Lanchester

    The best-selling author of The Debt to Pleasure and Capital returns with a chilling fable for our time.More

  3. Book ImageWuthering Heights: A Norton Critical Edition

    Emily Brontë, Alexandra Lewis

    Fifth Edition

    “Thank you. This is absolutely first-class in all respects. The reprinted 1850 poems and the contemporary reviews unveil insights unsuspected by the majority of readers; and the selection of current views and criticism is sensitive and representative.” —N. S. Asbridge, Central Connecticut State University

    “A fine new edition at an affordable price.” —Bernard Duyfhuizen, University of Wisconsin–Eau Claire
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  4. Book ImageA State of Freedom: A Novel

    Neel Mukherjee

    A New York Times Notable Book of 2018

    A devastating novel of multiple narratives, “a mark of Neel Mukherjee’s range and force and ambition” (New York Times Book Review).More

  5. Book ImageCowboys Are My Weakness: Stories

    Pam Houston

    “Brilliant.… [Houston] takes women into grand spaces, both emotional and physical, and isolates them until there’s nothing left to do but sit down and take a hard look at one’s soul.” —Los Angeles TimesMore

  6. Book ImageHouse of Stone: A Novel

    Novuyo Rosa Tshuma

    Pulsing with wit, seduction, and dark humor, House of Stone is a masterful debut that explores the creative—and often destructive—act of history-making.More

  7. Book ImageUnquiet: A Novel

    Linn Ullmann

    Praised across Scandinavia as a "literary masterpiece," "spellbinding," and "magnificent," Unquiet reflects on six taped conversations the author had with her father at the very end of his life.More

  8. Book ImageEternal Life: A Novel

    Dara Horn

    A New York Times Book Review Notable Book of 2018, Booklist Editors’ Choice Book (January 2019), and Chicago Public Library Best Book of 2018

    What would it really mean to live forever?More

  9. Book ImageCrime and Punishment: A Norton Critical Edition

    Fyodor Dostoevsky, Michael R. Katz

    First Edition

    “These are the voices of Crime and Punishment in all their original, dazzling variety: pensive, urgent, defiant, and triumphant. This new translation by Michael Katz revives the intensity Dostoevsky’s first readers experienced.” —Susan McReynolds, Northwestern University

    “Mesmerizingly good . . . the best, truest translation of Dostoevsky’s masterpiece into English. It’s a magnificent, almost terrifying achievement of translation, one that makes its predecessors, however worthy, seem safe and polite.” —Steve Donoghue, Open Letters Monthly
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  10. Book ImageWolves of Eden: A Novel

    Kevin McCarthy

    The Civil War may be over, but in this thrilling historical novel, the battle for the West is only just beginning.More

  11. Book ImageThe Quantum Spy: A Thriller

    David Ignatius

    The Quantum Spy takes us to a whole new level of intrigue and espionage. It’s also unbelievably timely. In short: David Ignatius knows his stuff.” —Wolf BlitzerMore

  12. Book ImageResidue: A Kevin Kerney Novel

    Michael McGarrity

    Former police chief Kevin Kerney returns—this time as the prime suspect in a brutal cold-case murder investigation.More

  13. Book ImageThe Novel of Ferrara

    Giorgio Bassani, Jamie McKendrick, André Aciman

    Giorgio Bassani’s six classic books, collected for the first time in English as the epic masterwork they were intended to be.More

  14. Book ImageGone So Long: A Novel

    Andre Dubus III

    Andre Dubus III’s first novel in a decade is a masterpiece of thrilling tension and heartrending empathy.More

  15. Book ImageTristram Shandy: A Norton Critical Edition

    Laurence Sterne, Judith Hawley

    “Packed with carefully curated supplementary goodies, Hawley’s edition will allow students and scholars alike to appreciate the breadth and depth of Sterne’s wit, creativity, and pathos.” —Evan Gottlieb, Oregon State University   “This new edition of Tristram expands commentary by the great early novelists and by today’s most influential critics.” —Paula Backscheider, Auburn UniversityMore

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