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Weights and Measures

Paperback, 05/10/2017, £8.99

On the End of the World

Paperback, 30/05/2019, £9.99

Radetzky March

7, 07/12/2000, £10.99
Grandfather, son and grandson are equally dependent on the empire: the first for his enoblement; the second for the civil virtues that make him a servant of an administration whose failure he can neither comprehend nor survive; the third for the family standards of conduct which he cannot attain but against which he is too enfeebled to rebel.

Wandering Jew: Search for Joseph Roth

Hardback, 28/04/2011, £14.99
'I am A VAGABOND I have NO FRIENDS no relations MY SOLITUDE is immense UNBEARABLE' -- cover.

What I Saw

Paperback, 22/04/2004, £9.99
One of the most fascinating and disturbing periods in German history, documented by one of the country's greatest writers

Joseph Roth

Paperback, 03/01/2013, £12.99
An unforgettable portrait of the Austro-Hungarian author of The Radetzky March, this biography in letters - selected here for the first time by Michael Hofmann - is classic European literature at its finest

Emperor's Tomb

Paperback, 07/11/2013, £8.99
A new translation by Michael Hofmann of one of Roth's most acclaimed novels; an elegy to the vanished world of the Austro-Hungarian Empire.

Radetzky March

Paperback, 03/01/2013, £9.99
'The Radetzky March can fairly claim to be one of the great novels of the last century. Its theme, beautifully articulated, is the end of an era. Roth's anthem for a vanished world has the intense, fleeting beauty of a sunset' Sunday Telegraph

White Cities: Reports from France 1925-39

Paperback, 01/08/2013, £9.99
'The White Cities collects fifteen years of incomparable reportage... What Roth sees is always arresting, often atrocious, usually absurd... A "journalism" which is equal parts Baudelaire, Dickens and Kafka' Scotland on Sunday

Summer Before the Dark: Stefan Zweig and Joseph Roth, Ostend 1936

Hardback, 28/01/2016, £12.99
A BBC Radio 4 Book of the Week Ostend, 1936: as fascism and war threaten Europe, the seaside town is playing host to exiled artists and intellectuals. Among them are Stefan Zweig - a man in crisis, seeking refuge in Ostend with his lover Lotte - and his estranged friend Joseph Roth.