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The Dolphin Letters, 1970–1979: Elizabeth Hardwick, Robert Lowell, and Their Circle

Replete with editor Hamilton’s masterly and well-researched footnotes, this will be an indispensable gloss to the reading and interpretation of The Dolphin.

Why I Write: The Early Prose from 1945 to 1952

While the translation is intermittently turgid and labored, this nonetheless mostly fluid and serviceable volume from a writer little known to American readers is sure to enhance collections of Eastern European literature.

97,196 Words: Essays

A compelling collection, best suited for sophisticated readers up-to-date on their current affairs, and academic audiences.

Talking to Strangers: Selected Essays, Prefaces, and Other Writings 1967–2017

Despite the padding of several slight and flimsy items, this compilation will gratify Auster readers and grace most library shelves.


Lisbon Tales

A slice of Lisbon to form a tantalizing tart of tales.


Far Country: Scenes from American Culture

For collections where Moretti's other titles are popular and academic holdings.

Hesse: The Wanderer and His Shadow

For all literature collections and Hesse stalwarts.—Lonnie Weatherby, McGill Univ. Lib., Montreal

The Letters of Sylvia Plath. Vol. 2: 1957–1963

Expect fierce controversy and Plathitudes. [See Prepub Alert, 4/9/18.]

Sympathy for the Traitor: A Translation Manifesto

An important contribution to the craft of translation.

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