Books in category Literary Collections – Letters

  • Hey Guys the Redhead s Back

    Hey Guys, the Redhead’s Back!
    Laurie Loveman

    Laurie Loveman shares her experience going through several years of a divorce and the process of trying to regain the self-assurance and confidence she had before her marriage.

  • The Dawn of Hope

    The Dawn of Hope
    Lisa Winneke

    The Dawn of Hope is a book about the power of hope, and how learning and practising self-compassion, self-forgiveness and acceptance can transform our entire experience of life.

  • The Letters of D H Lawrence

    The Letters of D. H. Lawrence
    D. H. Lawrence, James T. Boulton

    Volume I gives the first 580 letters, covering the period September 1901 to May 1913.

  • The Letters of Adam Marsh Volume 1

    The Letters of Adam Marsh, Volume 1
    Adam Marsh, Hugh Lawrence

    This critical edition, which supersedes the only previous edition published by J.S. Brewer in the Rolls Series nearly 150 years ago, is accompanied for the first time by an English translation.

  • Verso l estremo

    Verso l’estremo
    Rainer Maria Rilke

  • Albert Camus

    Albert Camus
    Olivier Todd

    Filled with sharp observations and sparkling with telling details, here is a wonderfully human portrait of the Nobel Prize-winning writer, who died at the age of forty-six and who remains one of the most influential literary figures of our …

  • De Profundis and Other Prison Writings

    De Profundis and Other Prison Writings
    Oscar Wilde

    Colm Tóibín's introduction explores Wilde's duality in love, politics and literature. This edition also includes notes on the text and suggested further reading. Oscar Wilde was born in Dublin.

  • Here and Now

    Here and Now
    J.M. Coetzee, Paul Auster

    Paul Auster and J. M. Coetzee are respectively responsible for some of the great contemporary works of fiction: Auster's The New York Trilogy or Coetzee's Disgrace are only two of these authors' legendary works.

  • Damn You England

    Damn You England
    John Osborne

    Ranging from his infamous 1961 letter to Tribune which provides the book with its title to columns written in the last decade of his life, the prose on offer here bear witness to the rage, fury – and great tenderness – that inspired so much …

  • I Must Resist

    I Must Resist
    Bayard Rustin

    He changed America — and the world — for the better. This collection of his letters makes his life and his passions come vividly alive, and helps restore him to history, a century after this birth.

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