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Nepenthe by George Darley. #49BooksofExile

Nepenthe by George Darley. #49BooksofExile

Jubilate Agno by Christopher Smart. #49BooksofExile

Jubilate Agno by Christopher Smart. #49BooksofExile

How the Nagas were Pleased by Harsha. #49BooksofExile.

How the Nagas were Pleased by Harsha. #49BooksofExile.

claraboya jose saramago

claraboya jose saramago

Ganador Premio Planeta año 2002

Ganador Premio Planeta año 2002

The Christmas Tree, by Jennifer Johnston  #49booksofexile

The Christmas Tree, by Jennifer Johnston #49booksofexile

London Under: a wonderful, atmospheric, imaginative, oozing short study of everything that goes on under London, from original springs and streams and Roman amphitheatres to Victorian sewers, gang hideouts and modern Tube stations.

London Under: a wonderful, atmospheric, imaginative, oozing short study of everything that goes on under London, from original springs and streams and Roman amphitheatres to Victorian sewers, gang hideouts and modern Tube stations.

Vladimir Nabokov / A Poem in Four Cantos / Many think Pale Fire is Nabokov’s greatest novel. At its heart beats a 999-line poem, penned by its fictional hero, John Shade. This first-ever facsimile edition of the poem shows it to be not just a fictional device but also a masterpiece of American poetry, albeit by an invented persona.

Vladimir Nabokov / A Poem in Four Cantos / Many think Pale Fire is Nabokov’s greatest novel. At its heart beats a 999-line poem, penned by its fictional hero, John Shade. This first-ever facsimile edition of the poem shows it to be not just a fictional device but also a masterpiece of American poetry, albeit by an invented persona.

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