THE COSSACKS and Other Stories
Translated with Notes
by David McDuff and Paul Foote
Introduction by Paul Foote
Tales inspired by Tolstoy’s four years in the
Russian army. Also includes “The Sevastopol
Sketches” and “Hadji Murat.”
Penguin Classics • 480 pp. • 978-0-14-044959-4 • $18.00
THE COSSACKS: An Illustrated History
Overlook • 260 pp. • 978-1-58567-138-0 • $45.00
WAR AND PEACE
Translated by Anthony Briggs
Introduction by Orlando Figes
“The best translation so far of Tolstoy’s masterpiece into English.”—Robert A. Maguire,
Columbia University. Introduction, note on
the translation, cast of characters, maps, notes
on the major battles, chapter summaries.
Deluxe edition with French flaps.
Penguin Classics • 1,424 pp. • 978-0-14-303999-0 • $18.00
THE ORTHODOX CHURCH
The history of the Eastern Church over the
last two thousand years. Map.
Penguin • 368 pp. • 978-0-14-014656-1 • $17.00
Jan T. Gross
NEIGHBORS: The Destruction of the
Jewish Community in Jedwabne, Poland
With a New Afterword by the Author
“The work of a master historian.”—Tony Judt.
“An important contribution to the literature
of human bestiality unleashed by war.”— The
New York Times Book Review.
Penguin • 240 pp. • 978-0-14-200240-7 • $15.00
National Book Award and National Book Critics
Circle Award Finalist; a Library Journal and Los
Angeles Times Best Book
Translated with an Introduction
by Clarence Brown
The classic dystopian novel describes life
under a regimented totalitarian society, ruled
over by the all-powerful “Benefactor.”
Penguin Classics • 256 pp. • 978-0-14-018585-0 • $14.00
Jaroslav Has ˇek
THE GOOD SOLDIER SVEJK
And His Fortunes in the World War
See Literature of World War I, page 72
Black spine edition
Penguin Classics • 1,440 pp. • 978-0-14-044793-4 • $18.00
Translated by Ann Dunnigan
New Introduction by Pat Conroy
Complete and unabridged.
Signet Classics • 1,456 pp. • 978-0-451-53054-7 • $9.95
Jan Willem Honig and Norbert Both
SREBRENICA: Record of a War Crime
“A chilling testimony to the evil that executed
—and the bungling that could not prevent—
an ‘ethnic cleansing’ massacre, the single
worst atrocity in Europe since World War
II.”—The New York Times Book Review.
Penguin • 224 pp. • 978-0-14-026632-0 • $16.00
Translated with an
Introduction by Rosemary Edmonds
Penguin Classics • 1,472 pp. • 978-0-14-044417-9 • $16.00
Serge A. Zenkovsky, editor
MEDIEVAL RUSSIA’S EPICS,
CHRONICLES, AND TALES
Revised and Enlarged Edition
Translated with an Introduction by the editor
Over 60 prefaced selections from the 11th
through the 17th centuries, including much
material never before available in English.
Photographs, chronology, glossary, maps.
Plume • 544 pp. • 978-0-452-01086-4 • $20.00
FATHERS AND SONS
Translated with an Introduction
by Rosemary Edmonds
Also includes the Romanes Lecture “Fathers
and Children” by Isaiah Berlin.
Penguin Classics • 304 pp. • 978-0-14-044147-5 • $12.00
MY WAR GONE BY, I MISS IT SO
“Battlefield reportage does not get more up
close, gruesome, and personal.”—The New
York Times. “An extraordinary evocation of
the war in Bosnia.”—Kirkus Reviews.
Penguin • 336 pp. • 978-0-14-029854-3 • $16.00
“Best of the Best” in RALPH’s 100 Best Books
of the Decade
Translated by George Reavey
Foreword by Alan Hodge
Signet Classics • 208 pp. • 978-0-451-52969-5 • $6.95
THE TWELVE LITTLE CAKES
“A disarmingly sweet and savvy memoir of
growing up in Czechoslovakia during the late
1970s and early 80s.”—Kirkus Reviews (starred).
Riverhead • 384 pp. • 978-1-59448-139-0 • $15.00
THEY WOULD NEVER HURT A FLY
War Criminals on Trial in The Hague
“The first in-depth look at the war crimes trials in The Hague....[A] deeply personal and
lucid account.”—Laura Silber.
Penguin • 224 pp. • 978-0-14-303542-8 • $15.00
A WOMAN IN AMBER
Healing the Trauma of War and Exile
Nesaule’s memoir recounts how she and her
family fled World War II Latvia only to be
captured by Germans, then Russians, before
making it safely to the United States.
Penguin • 288 pp. • 978-0-14-026190-5 • $15.00
American Book Award Winner
S.: A Novel about the Balkans
“Descriptions of camp life rival those of One
Day in the Life of Ivan Denisovich in graphic and
compelling detail.”—The Nation.
Penguin • 224 pp. • 978-0-14-029844-4 • $15.00
Laura Silber and Allan Little
YUGOSLAVIA: Death of a Nation
“The most authoritative account in English
or any other language about how the war
began.”—The Washington Post Book World.
Penguin • 416 pp. • 978-0-14-026263-6 • $17.00
f THE FORSAKEN
An American Tragedy in Stalin’s Russia
The story of how thousands of Americans
were lured to Soviet Russia by the promise of
jobs only to meet a tragic and largely forgotten end. “Tzouliadis’s clear, strong narrative
discloses the terrible fates which awaited
those—committed communists and apolitical innocents alike—who wandered into the
Soviet sphere.”— The Financial Times.
Penguin Press • 448 pp. • 978-1-59420-168-4 • $29.95
Penguin • 448 pp. • 978-0-14-311542-7 • $17.00
Paperback available July 2009
CAFÉ EUROPA: Life After Communism
“Insightful... The book not only helps to illuminate the political and social problems
facing much of Eastern Europe, but also sheds
new light on the daily life of its residents,
their emotional habits, fears, and dreams.”
—The New York Times.
Penguin • 224 pp. • 978-0-14-027772-2 • $14.00
A Child’s Life in Wartime Sarajevo
Revised with a New Introduction by the Author
“Conveys the bewilderment and horror of
modern-day conflict.”—San Francisco Chronicle.
12-pp. color insert.
Penguin • 240 pp. • 978-0-14-303687-6 • $13.00
Also available: Stolen Voices, see page 56
THE BALKANS: Nationalism, War,
and the Great Powers, 1804–1999
Penguin • 752 pp. • 978-0-14-023377-3 • $20.00
BLACK LAMB AND GREY FALCON
A Journey through Yugoslavia
Introduction by Christopher Hitchens
Penguin Classics • 1,216 pp. • 978-0-14-310490-2 • $25.00
Russian / Eastern European History
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