The complete poems of the most admired British poet of his generation This entirely new edition brings together all of Philip Larkin's poems. In addition to those that appear in "Collected Poems" (1988) and "Early Poems and Juvenilia" (2005), some unpublished pieces from Larkin's typescripts and wor..
A collection of dialogues, talks, and writings by Philip Guston (1913-1980), one of the most intellectually adventurous and poetically gifted of modern painters. It lets us hear Guston's voice - as the artist delivers a lecture on Renaissance painting, instructs students in a classroom setting, and ..
"Selected Stories of Philip K. Dick" contains twenty-one of Dick's most dazzling and resonant stories, which span his entire career and show a world-class writer working at the peak of his powers. In "The Days of Perky Pat," people spend their time playing with dolls who manage to live an idyllic li..
In 2007, "Philip K. Dick: Four Novels of the 1960s" became the fastest selling title in The Library of America's history. The 2008 companion volume, "Five Novels of the1960s & 70s," broke series records for advance sales. Now comes a third and final volume gathering the best novels of Dick's final y..
This boxed set includes all three Library of America volumes collecting Philip K. Dick's best science fiction novels: "The Man in the High Castle" - "The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch" - "Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?" - "Ubik" - "Martian Time-Slip" - "Dr. Bloodmoney" - "Now Wait for Last..
Gathered together for the first time in this seventh volume of The Library of America's definitive edition of Philip Roth's collected works is the acclaimed "American Trilogy," a major milestone in contemporary American literature. In "American Pastoral" (1997), Swede Levov is wrenched from the tran..
And the companion (Consort) was Mary of Magdala (Mary Magdalene). The Lord loved Mary more than all the other disciples and he kissed her often on her mouth (the text is missing here and the word mouth is assumed). The others saw his love for Mary and asked him: Why do you love her more than all of ..
The photography of Philip-Lorca diCorcia achieves a marvelous balance of artifice and the everyday. Over the past three decades, diCorcia has developed a unique and influential style, in which a realistic, almost documentary style of representation is subverted or countered by visibly staged composi..
William S. Belko's Philip Pendleton Barbour in Jacksonian America provides the first comprehensive biography of a pivotal yet nearly forgotten statesman who made numerous key contributions to a transformative period of early American history. Barbour, a Virginia lawyer, participated in America'..
'A thrilling read' Tom Holland'History-writing at its best' Barry StraussBy the end of his short life, Alexander the Great had redrawn the map of the ancient world to create an empire that stretched from the Adriatic Sea to the Indian subcontinent. But his success was not just the product of his own..
A stunning, new novel by master storyteller Philip Reeve. Fever Crumb is a girl who has been adopted and raised by Dr. Crumb, a member of the order of Engineers, where she serves as apprentice. In a time and place where women are not seen as reasonable creatures, Fever is an anomaly, the only female..
Called "imaginative, inventive, and exciting" in a starred review from Kirkus, the second adventure in the Fever Crumb trilogy is now in paperback. Two years ago, Fever Crumb escaped the war-torn city of London in a traveling theater. Now, she arrives in the extraordinary city of Mayda, where buildi..
This Library of America volume brings together four of Dick's most original, mesmerizing, and surprising novels: The Man in the High Castle, The Three Stigmata of Palmer Eldritch, Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?, and Ubik...
The second book in the award-winning MORTAL ENGINES quartet.Far above Anchorage, a tiny aircraft falls from the sky. Having fled
from London in MORTAL ENGINES, Tom and Hester seek refuge in
a city devastated by plague, haunted by ghosts, and filled with deadly
secrets...MORTAL ENGINES launched ..
The third thrilling book in the award-winning MORTAL ENGINES quartet.In a world removed from the huge motorized cities of MORTAL ENGINES,
Wren is desperate to escape the static city of Anchorage, and
a charming submarine pirate is ready to help her. But when she steals
a mysterious object, she ign..
Max is a young boy living in an ordinary tower block. He longs for adventure in his life - then one day - DOOF! - a flying pony called Kevin crashes into his flat, blown in by a magical storm!The storm causes a huge flood and soon Max's town submerged by water. Luckily for the town, Max has a flying..
It was a dark, blustery afternoon in spring, and the city of Londonwas chasing a small mining town across the dried-out bed oftheold North Sea.So begins Philip Reeve's Mortal Engines, the first book inhis epic post-apocalyptic series of giant motorized cities on wheels.But how did the world end up l..
MORTAL ENGINES launched Philip Reeve's brilliantly-imagined creation,the world of the Traction Era, where mobile cities fight forsurvival in a post-apocalyptic future, and is now released witha film tie-in cover. The first installment introduces young apprenticeTom Natsworthy and the murderous Heste..
In the fourth and final brilliant installment of Philip Reeve'saward-winning quartet, after twenty years, the devastating worldwar between the predatory Traction Cities and their enemies isending. Wren and her father Tom Natsworthy travel the BirdRoads in their airship, trying to forget Hester's bet..
Philip Gulley takes us to Harmony, Indiana, at Christmastime as inspiration strikes the inimitable Dale Hinshaw. Always looking for a way to increase the church's profit margins, Hinshaw brainstorms a progressive nativity scene that will involve the whole town, complete with a map like those for the..
Welcome to Harmony ...In this acclaimed inaugural volume in the Harmony series, master American storyteller Philip Gulley draws us into the charming world of minister Sam Gardner in his first year back in his hometown, capturing the essence of small-town life with humor and wisdom...
The final word on music's greatest legend, in which Philip Norman reveals a John Lennon the world has never seen. With ground-breaking insight into the pain, beauty and frustration that shaped the genius of modern music, 'John Lennon' redefines a legend...
Long before there were creative-writing workshops and degrees, how did aspiring writers learn to write? By reading the work of their predecessors and contemporaries, says Francine Prose.In Reading Like a Writer, Prose invites you to sit by her side and take a guided tour of the tools and the tricks ..
Suddenly confronted with his own mortality after a routine checkup, eminent psychotherapist Julius Hertzfeld is forced to reexamine his life and work -- and seeks out Philip Slate, a sex addict whom he failed to help some twenty years earlier. Yet Philip claims to be cured -- miraculously transforme..
From gifted new writer Tasha Alexander comes a stunning novel of historical suspense set in Victorian England, meticulously researched and with a twisty plot that involves stolen antiquities, betrayal, and murderAnd Only to DeceiveFor Emily, accepting the proposal of Philip, the Viscount Ashton, was..
Wisdom and Humor from the Front PorchMaster storyteller Philip Gulley shares tender and hilarious real-life moments that capture the important truths of everyday life.When Philip Gulley began writing newsletter essays for the twelve members of his Quaker meeting in Indiana, he had no idea one of the..
The Untold Story of the Church's First Thousand YearsIn this groundbreaking book, renowned religion scholar Philip Jenkins offers a lost history, revealing that for centuries Christianity's center existed to the east of the Roman Empire...
The largest group in American religious life may be the disillusioned--people who have been involved in the church, respect Jesus, but question what Christianity has become. In If the Church Were Christian Philip Gulley provides a profound picture of what the church could look like if it refocused o..
A series of natural disasters in the Orient during the fourteenth century brought about the most devastating period of death and destruction in European history. The epidemic killed one-third of Europe's people over a period of three years, and the resulting social and economic upheaval was on a sca..