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    Walking with Chaucer

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    Walking with Dickens

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    Walks With Walser

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    A unique and personal portrait of the beloved, legendary Swiss writer, finally in English

    Walter Benjamin's Archive: Images, Texts, Signs

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    An absorbing and beautifully presented selection of Walter Benjamin's never before seen personal manuscripts, images, and documents from his own collection

    Wanderlust: A History of Walking

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    A reissue of the profound and meandering modern classic about the historical, political and philosophical paths traced by walkers.

    Warnings to the Curious: A Sheaf of Criticism on M. R. James

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    Way Makers: An Anthology of Women's Writing about Walking

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    The first anthology of women's writing about walking, edited by Wanderers author Kerri Andrews.

    Ways of Seeing

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    Seeing comes before words. The child looks and recognizes before it can speak. But, there is also another sense in which seeing comes before words. It is seeing which establishes our place in the surrounding world. The relation between what we see and what we know is never settled. This is a book on art in various languages.

    Weatherland: Writers & Artists Under English Skies

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    An account English weather, which is at the very heart of English life and culture, as it is experienced physically, emotionally and spiritually. It catches the distinct voices of compelling individuals: 'Bloody cold', says Jonathan Swift in the 'slobbery' January of 1713; Percy Shelley wants to become a cloud and John Ruskin wants to bottle one.

    Weird Realism; Lovecraft and Philosophy

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    Abandoning Heidegger's pious references to Holderlin and the Greeks, Harman develops a new philosophical mythology centered in such Lovecraftian figures as Cthulhu, Wilbur Whately, and the rat-like monstrosity Brown Jenkin.

    We'll Never Have Paris

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    Fiction and essays inspired by Paris from more than 70 Anglophone writers - A MoveableFeast for the twenty-first century.

    West Indian Literature 2ed

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    An academic critical history and survey of West Indian literature in English.

    What Ever Happened to Modernism?

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    For novelist and critic Gabriel Josipovici, the contemporary novel in English is profoundly disappointing - a poor relation of its groundbreaking Modernist forebears. This book asks why.

    What Good are the Arts?

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    From one of the country's most eminent reviewers and academics, a delightfully sceptical and devastatingly intelligent assessment of the true value of art.

    What Happened?

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    'No one else casts such a shrewd and gimlet eye on contemporary life.' - William Boyd Comic, dark and insightful, What Happened? is Hanif Kureishi's new collection of essays and fiction.

    What is American Literature?

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    An engaging, thought-provoking, and polemical volume on what makes American literature what it is today.

    What is the Grass

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    In What Is the Grass keeps company with Whitman and his mutable, landmark work, Leaves of Grass, tracing the resonances between his own experience and the legendary poet's life and work. What is it, then, between us? Whitman asks.

    What Writers Read: 35 Writers on their Favourite Book

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    Whatever Happened to Margo?

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    Whatever Next?: Lessons from an Unexpected Life

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    Bracing honesty, rare insight and hilarious revelations from internationally bestselling author of LADY IN WAITING as she shares everything she's learned from her extraordinary and unexpected life.

    When I Was A Child I Read Books

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    From the author of the magnificent, award-winning novels GILEAD, HOME and LILA comes this wonderful, heart-warming collection of essays about reading.

    Where I'm Reading from: The Changing World of Books

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    Should you finish every book you start? How has your family influenced the way you read? What is literary style? How is the Nobel Prize like the World Cup? This collection of provocative pieces tells what readers want from books and how to look at the literature we encounter in a new light.

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