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Austerlitz

Paperback, 07/06/2018, £8.99
£8.09

Unrecounted

7, 25/08/2005, £7.99
£7.19
A book of poems and images from one of the most admired European writers.

Vertigo

Paperback, 07/11/2002, £9.99
£8.99
At moments when reality shows itself to be unstable or uncanny, we experience a form of vertigo. This experience is further complicated when we try to transform experience into writing, and fact clashes with memory. Sebald's novel, part fiction, part travelogue explores this theme.

The Emigrants

Paperback, 07/11/2002, £9.99
£8.99
Documents the lives of four Jewish emigres in the twentieth century.

Rings of Saturn

Paperback, 07/11/2002, £9.99
£8.99
A record of a journey on foot through coastal East Anglia.

Place in the Country

Paperback, 06/03/2014, £9.99
£8.99
When the author travelled to Manchester in 1966, he packed in his bags certain literary favourites which would remain central to him throughout the rest of his life and during his years in England. In this book, he reflects on six of the figures who shaped him as a person and as a writer, from Jean-Jacques Rousseau to Jan Peter Tripp.

Across the Land and the Water: Selected Poems 1964-2001

Paperback, 04/10/2012, £7.99
£7.19
A selection of poetry by W G Sebald. It brings together poems from throughout W G Sebald's life as well as additional works found after his death. It is arranged chronologically, from his student days in the 1960s to the longer narratives he worked on in the 1980s.

Austerlitz

Paperback, 03/11/2011, £9.99
£8.99
In 1939, five-year-old Jacques Austerlitz is sent to England on a Kindertransport and placed with foster parents. This childless couple promptly erase from the boy all knowledge of his identity and he grows up ignorant of his past.

On the Natural History of Destruction

Paperback, 02/01/2004, £12.99
£11.69

On The Natural History of Destruction

Hardback, 01/09/2012, £14.99
£13.49
In the last years of the Second World War, a million tonnes of bombs were dropped by the Allies on 131 German towns and cities. 600,000 civilians died, seven and a half million Germans were left homeless. W.G. Sebald's lucid but harrowing essays explore the consequences for the German people of the mass destruction of their cities.