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Fiction



link to catalog page, The Scent of the Gods Author: Fiona Cheong
Pub Date: December 2011

A sensitive, stirring novel of one girl's formative years during Singapore's emergence as an independent nation   learn more...

link to catalog page FARRELL, The Face of Time Author: James T. Farrell
Pub Date: July 2008

A sprawling tale of immigrant families' struggles with harsh urban realities   learn more...

link to catalog page FARRELL, Father and Son Author: James T. Farrell
Pub Date: May 2008

The continuing saga of Danny O'Neill's struggles with harsh urban realities in early twentieth-century Chicago   learn more...

link to catalog page DREISER, The Genius Author: Theodore Dreiser
Pub Date: February 2008

The original version of Dreiser’s classic novel, in print for the first time   learn more...

link to catalog page FARRELL, My Days of Anger Author: James T. Farrell
Pub Date: May 2008

The continuing saga of Danny O'Neill's struggles with harsh urban realities in early twentieth-century Chicago   learn more...

link to catalog page, The Nightinghouls of Paris Author: Robert McAlmon
Pub Date: February 2007

A wild, firsthand account of expatriate life in France during the close of the twenties.   learn more...

link to catalog page FARRELL, No Star is Lost Author: James T. Farrell, with an Introduction by Charles Fanning
Pub Date: October 2007

An epic tale of two families’ struggles with harsh urban realities   learn more...

link to catalog page BOYLE, Process

Process

A Novel

Author: Kay Boyle
Pub Date: 2007

A lost literary masterpiece rediscovered.   learn more...

link to catalog page FARRELL, A World I Never Made Author: James T. Farrell
Pub Date: April 2007

An epic tale of two families’ struggles with harsh urban realities   learn more...

link to catalog page RAMON Y CAJAL, Vacation Stories

Vacation Stories

Five Science Fiction Tales

Author: Santiago Ramón y Cajal
Pub Date: 2006

Written by Nobel Prize-winning Ramón y Cajal and translated into English for the first time by MacArthur Fellow Laura Otis, these five ingenious, early science fiction tales take a politically subversive and wickedly microscopic look at the nature, allure, and danger of scientific curiosity. (Think Jules Verne!)   learn more...

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