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Now In November by Josephine Johnson
Now In November
First published in 1934, NOW IN NOVEMBER is American author Josephine W. Johnson's lyrical and an indelible portrait of the Depression and Dust Bowl years in America.
A Jest of God by Margaret Laurence
A Jest of God
A duty-ridden woman dreams of breaking free from her small-town chains.
The Diviners by Margaret Laurence
The Diviners
A vivid portrait of a woman coming to terms with life's disappointments, by one of Canada's leading novelists.
The Fire-Dwellers by Margaret Laurence
The Fire-Dwellers
A vivid portrait of a woman convinced that life has more to offer her than the tedious routine of her days.
The Stone Angel by Margaret Laurence
The Stone Angel
As she approaches her death, Hagar Shipley – an irascible, independent nonagenarian – rages against the dying of the light.
Free Food For Millionaires by Min Jin Lee
Free Food For Millionaires
A young woman is torn between her Korean heritage and American upbringing. Min Jin Lee's acclaimed debut novel.
Pachinko by Min Jin Lee
A victorian epic transplanted to Japan, following a Korean family of immigrants through eight decades and four generations.
The Lost Europeans by Emanuel Litvinoff
The Lost Europeans
First published in 1960, THE LOST EUROPEANS is British author Emanuel Litvinoff's story of an inverse pilgrimage: that of a Jewish man to a resurgent, post-war Berlin.
The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones by Charles Neider
The Authentic Death of Hendry Jones
A stark and violent exploration of an American myth, this is a novel about the doomed gunslinger Billy the Kid.
The Hungry Grass by Richard Power
The Hungry Grass
A quiet, engaging novel about the death of a priest in 1950s Ireland and a world on the cusp of change.
The Day of Judgment by Salvatore Satta
The Day of Judgment
Around the turn of the twentieth century, in the isolated Sardinian town of Nuoro, the aristocratic notary Don Sebastiano Sanna reflects on his life, his family's history and the fortunes of this provincial backwater where he has lived out his days.
Fame is the Spur by Howard Spring
Fame is the Spur
A novel of ambition, about a man who rises from the most humble of beginnings in Manchester and reaches the very top in politics.
My Son, My Son by Howard Spring
My Son, My Son
First published in 1938, MY SON, MY SON is bestselling British author Howard Spring's multigenerational portrait of a relationship between father and son.
Letty Fox: Her Luck by Christina Stead
Letty Fox: Her Luck
Letty Fox talks us through her search for marital bliss in 1930s New York and London.
The Man Who Loved Children by Christina Stead
The Man Who Loved Children
Australian novelist Christina Stead's 1940 novel about the dysfunctional Pollitt family.
Delta Wedding by Eudora Welty
Delta Wedding
First published in 1946, DELTA WEDDING is legendary American author Eudora Welty's portrait of family life in the American South during the 1920s.
Heaven's My Destination by Thornton Wilder
Heaven's My Destination
First published in 1935, HEAVEN'S MY DESTINATION is American author and dramatist Thornton Wilder's masterful portrayal of the power of an outsider's viewpoint.