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Warner Bros: The Making of an American Movie Studio

Hardback, 01/10/2017, £16.99
Behind the scenes at the legendary Warner Brothers film studio, where four immigrant brothers transformed themselves into the moguls and masters of American fantasy

Signs & Wonders: Essays on Literature and Culture

Paperback, 07/10/2004, £12.99
Since the early 1970s, Marina Warner has been one of the most challenging, subtle and profound commentators on the culture of past and present, unravelling our webs of images, ideas and beliefs, and making new and provocative connections.

Forms of Enchantment: Writings on Art & Artists

Hardback, 01/09/2018, £24.95
A series of enlightening perspectives on the art and visual culture of today's world from one of our pre-eminent writers.

Once Upon a Time: A Short History of Fairy Tale

Paperback, 22/06/2016, £8.99
In ten succinct chapters, Marina Warner guides us through the rich world of fairy tale, from Cinderella and Hansel and Gretel to Snow White and Pan's Labyrinth. Exploring pervasive themes of folklore, myth, the supernatural, imagination, and fantasy, Warner highlights the impact of the genre on human understanding, history, and culture.

Fairy Tale: A Very Short Introduction

Paperback, 02/02/2018, £7.99
Marina Warner guides us through the rich world of fairy tale, from Cinderella and Hansel and Gretel to Snow White and Pan's Labyrinth. Exploring pervasive themes of folklore, myth, the supernatural, imagination, and fantasy, Warner highlights the impact of the genre on human understanding, history, and culture.

Indigo

Paperback, 18/02/1993, £9.99
Inspired by "The Tempest", the novelist rewrites the drama of Ariel, Caliban and Sycorax in a Caribbean setting, exploring the colonial conflicts of an imaginary island and one family. The author's previous novel "The Lost Father" was Regional Winner of the Commonwealth Writers' Prize.

Their Lips Talk of Mischief

Paperback, 02/07/2015, £8.99
High up in the Conrad Flats that loom bleakly over Acton, two future stars of the literary scene - or so they assume - are hard at work, tapping out words of wit and brilliance between ill-paid jobs writing captions for the Cat Calendar 1985 and blurbs for trashy novels with titles like Brothel of the Vampire.

Phantasmagoria

Paperback, 13/03/2008, £15.00
Marina Warner's study of the products of fantasy deepens our understanding of the supernatural in relation to self and society. This surprising story explores the metaphors and media that have been the stock in trade of poets, scientists, magicians, and visionaries, including wax and cloud, smoke and mirrors, ether, ectoplasm, and celluloid.