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Granta 140: State of Mind

Paperback, 13/07/2017, £12.99
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Granta 141: Canada

Paperback, 08/11/2017, £12.99
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Granta 143: After the Fact

Paperback, 19/04/2018, £12.99
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Granta 149: New Europe

Paperback, 19/11/2019, £12.99
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Granta 139: Best of Young American Novelists

Paperback, 27/04/2017, £12.99
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Granta 133: What Have We Done

Hardback, 05/11/2015, £12.99
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Published in book form four times a year, Granta is respected around the world for its mix of outstanding new fiction, poetry, reportage, memoir, photography and art.

Granta 126: Do You Remember

Paperback, 23/01/2014, £12.99
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'The cradle rocks above an abyss, and common sense tells us that our existence is but a brief crack of light between two eternities of darkness.' -- Vladimir Nabokov, Speak, Memory

Granta 129

Hardback, 24/10/2014, £12.99
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Lunule. Moon rise over the reservoir - a hush of wind on the embankment, fingertip indentations in the grass, each with a darker lunule. She asks: What are you doing? I reply: Thinking about my life.' - Will Self, 'Key Stroke

Granta 130: India

Hardback, 29/01/2015, £12.99
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The world's most complicated nation is learning ways to describe itself. The novel and the outsider's eye no longer rule.

Granta 43: Best Of Young British Novelists

Paperback, 29/04/1993, £12.99
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Four judges - novelists A.S. Byatt and Salman Rushdie, bookseller John Mitchinson and "Granta" editor Bill Buford - set out to identify the most talented writers of the new generation. This is a collection of their fiction.

Granta 7: Best Of Young British Novelists

Paperback, 31/12/1990, £12.99
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This issue of "Granta" was inspired by the original campaign for the Best Young British Novelists. This book includes the writing from the 20 writers judged in 1983.

Granta 81: Best Of Young British Novelists

Paperback, 15/04/2003, £12.99
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For the third time, Granta has selected 20 writers under 40 whose writing represents the best promise or achievement in British fiction. The collection includes stories by Sarah Waters, Rachel Cusk, Robert McLiam Wilson, Rachel Seiffert, Philip Hensher, A. L. Kennedy and Toby Litt.