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Nobel Prize winner presents her new book.
Residents of the village, devoured by greed, cowardice and fear. A man pursued by the ghosts of his agonizing past. Young woman in search of happiness. During one tense, full of events of the week, each of them faces the questions of life, death and power
Igor Sahnovsky's book was included on the short list for the award of National Bestseller, and has been awarded the 'Russian Decameron' for the best work on love-erotic subjects. In his prose qualities are united which would seem to be incompatible: crue
This novel is a new creation of the author of "Black on White" (Booker's Prize in 2003). All the action of the novel is developed in one room of the Soviet House-boarding school for disabled, where two friends live. As helpless people they are fully isola
A novel and six short stories.
The novel Lust opens a postmodern vein in the creativity of the largest and most inconvenient modern German-speaking writer of the present, 2004 Nobel prize winner, E. Elinek. Elinek's themes involve private and personal life, the role of women in total c
European critics are sure that the only one with whom you can compare Spaniard Javier Marias is Gabriel Garcia Marquez. The most famous German critic Marcel Reich-Ranicki asked the Nobel Committee to nominate the White Heart for this prestigious award.
For a completely free and finally lonely "existential" person, forgiveness is a difficult job. Difficult not only because it allows only one form of responsibility - to oneself, but also because it often turns out to be the fault of the "forgiver". This g
It is believed that the law has no retroactive effect. Yes, but only - not the law of human relations. Is it possible to conclude in a strict time frame kindred feelings, love, friendship, honor, duty? How to determine the starting point for these concept
What will end with the passionate, bright novel of the handsome Christian Gray and Anastacia? Do they know the absolute freedom in a relationship? The answers to all these and many other questions are in the final book of the trilogy.
Fifty shades darker - the second book of the trilogy EL James Fifty shades, which became the number one bestseller in the world, captivating readers frankness and sensuality.
The collection contains the famous satirical novel The Second Lieutenant Kizhe and the novel The Death of Vazir-Mukhtar, which tells about the tragic fate of one of the most amazing and talented people of Russia Alexander Griboyedov.
Recovered from the vampire attack that hospitalized her in the conclusion of Twilight (Little, Brown, 2005), Bella celebrates her birthday with her boyfriend Edward and his family, a unique clan of vampires that has sworn off human blood. But the celebrat
''Love, Etc.,'' Barnes's ninth novel, is the sad and antic continuation of ''Talking It Over,'' his 1991 presentation of the ups and downs of two youngish friends, Oliver and Stuart, and Gillian, the woman they both love. That novel pioneered, if not inve
The book ON THE THREE WITH THE CIA included funny poems, very funny stories and just wonderful stories. Have not you laughed for a long time? Then this book is what you need. You will have a rare opportunity for a while to return to the Soviet Union, to v
Novel-dictionary, something absolutely extraordinary only Milorad Pavich can write! There are two versions of the Khazars' Dictionary, male and female - the difference between is not obvious, and that is another puzzle the author offers to solve.
The hero's wife dies in autumn, in the city of Haifa, and winter finds the hero already in Berlin, with another woman, an affair with whom turns out to be unsuccessful. In the spring he becomes keen on an Indian girl, and he spends the summer with someone
Complete set - 3 volumes. The story of Sergei Sablin, an autopsist, who remains honest and dedicated to his work despite the attempts of other people to influence his investigations.
In Shame (1983) Rushdie depicts the political turmoil in Pakistan, basing his characters on Zulfikar Ali Bhutto and General Muhammad Zia-ul-Haq. Shame won France's Prix du Meilleur Livre E'tranger (Best Foreign Book) and was a close runner-up for the Book
Bereft of the three people she has held most dear - her mother, her husband and her daughter - Celia is on the verge of suicide. Then one night on an exotic island she meets Larraby, a successful portrait painter, and through a long night of talk reveals