Ewa Ledóchowicz - Książki według wydawnictwa
Academic and non-fiction books
Publishers’ Eastern and Central European Representative
"Book of Mordechai" and "Lazarus" Two Novels
ISBN: HB: 9780857424419, Seagull Books, August 2017
232 pp., 12.7x20.3 cm
"The Book of Mordechai" and "Lazarus" are the first and the second novels by Hungarian writer Gabor Schein. Published together in one volume, they comprise the first in Seagull Books's new Hungarian List series. Both novels trace the legacy of the Ho...
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Conversations, Volume 3
ISBN: HB: 9780857424235, Seagull Books, August 2017
208 pp., 14x19.6 cm
"I wrote a poem this morning, and one of the themes of the poem is that languages are not equivalent, that each language is a new way of feeling the world" – Jorge Luis Borges Recorded during Borges' final years, this third volume of his conversatio...
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Essay on Negation Towards a Linguistic Anthropology
ISBN: HB: 9780857424389, Seagull Books, August 2017
232 pp., 12.7x21.6 cm
As speaking animals, we continuously make use of an unassuming grammatical particle, without suspecting that what is at work in its inconspicuousness is a powerful apparatus, which orchestrates language, signification, and the world at large. What pa...
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Fear, Reverence, Terror
ISBN: HB: 9780857424358, Seagull Books, August 2017
208 pp., 15.2x19 cm, 73 colour plates
We are surrounded by images, fairly drowning in them. From our cell phones to our computers, from our televisions at home to the screens that light up while we wait in the grocery store checkout line, images of all kinds are seducing us, commanding u...
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Last Country
ISBN: HB: 9780857424310, Seagull Books, August 2017
208 pp., 15.2x22.9 cm
"Ruven Preuk stands apart from the village, on an August day in 1911, and listens". Thus begins an epic bildungsroman about the life of Ruven Preuk, son of the wainwright, child of a sleepy village in Germany's north, where life is both simple and ha...
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Mirror of the Darkest Night
ISBN: HB: 9780857424396, Seagull Books, August 2017
208 pp., 15.2x22.9 cm
It's the mid-to-late 1800s and the British have banished Wajid Ali Shah – the nawab of Awadh in Lucknow – to Calcutta. To the sound of the soulful melody of the sarangi, the mercurial courtesan Laayl-e Aasman is playing a dangerous game of love, loya...
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One Day a Year 2001-2011
ISBN: HB: 9780857424273, Seagull Books, August 2017
128 pp., 12.7x21.6 cm
During a 1960 interview, East German writer Christa Wolf was asked a curious question: would she describe in detail what she did on September 27th? Fascinated by considering the significance of a single day over many years, Wolf began keeping a detai...
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Class
ISBN: HB: 9780857424372, Seagull Books, July 2017
136 pp., 12.7x21.6 cm
In 1936, Walter Benjamin defined the revolutionary class as being in opposition to a dense and dangerous crowd, prone to fear of the foreign, and under the spell of anti-Semitic madness. Today, in formations great or small, that sad figure returns –...
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Second Seedtime Notebooks, 1980-94
ISBN: HB: 9780857424341, Seagull Books, July 2017
208 pp., 12.7x20.3 cm
Since his first collection of poetry appeared in 1953, Philippe Jaccottet has sought to express the ineffable that lies at the heart of our material world in his essential, elemental poetry. As one of Switzerland's most prominent and prolific men of...
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At the Burning Abyss Experiencing the Georg Trakl Poem
ISBN: HB: 9780857424327, Seagull Books, June 2017
232 pp., 12.7x20.3 cm
"At the Burning Abyss" is Franz Fuhmann's magnum opus – a gripping and profoundly personal encounter with the great expressionist poet Georg Trakl. It is a taking stock of two troubled lives, a turbulent century, and the liberating power of poetry. P...
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