EvERY INCh OF hER
“Sheridan provides an absolutely delightful
slice of Dublin life in his suitably quirky debut
Penguin 304 pp. 0-14-200434-0 $14.00
also in Penguin: 44: Dublin Made Me 0-14-028641-1
J. M. Synge
thE ARAN ISLANdS
Edited and Introduced by Tim Robinson
Penguin Classics 208 pp. 0-14-018432-5
WORLd OF WONdERS
Introduction by Wayne Johnston
“one of the great modern novelists” (Malcolm
Bradbury) concludes his Deptford trilogy with
the tale of Magnus eisengrim, the most illustrious magician of his age, who is spirited away
from his home by a member of a traveling
Penguin Classics 352 pp. 0-14-303914-8 $15.00
J. M. Synge, W. B. Yeats, and Sean O’Casey
thE PLAYbOY OF thE WEStERN WORLd
and two Other Irish Plays
also contains Yeats’s The Countess Cathleen (1892)
and o’Casey’s Cock-a-doodle Dandy (1949).
Penguin Classics 224 pp. 0-14-018878-9 $9.95
thE SALtERtON tRILOGY
includes Leaven of Malice, A Mixture of Frailties,
Penguin 816 pp. 0-14-015910-X $21.00
also in Penguin: The Cunning Man 0-14-024830-7
“a strong and moving work of fiction about
the hard truths of changing one’s life. a grand
Winner of the Irish Times/Aer Lingus Award.
Penguin 240 pp. 0-14-014986-4 $14.00
thE hEAthER bLAzING
“a profound study of the emotional paralysis
which grips a Dublin High Court Judge and
his family.”—Publishers Weekly.
Penguin 256 pp. 0-14-017532-6 $14.00
A bIt ON thE SIdE: Stories
“a wonderful book... William trevor really is the
best short story writer alive.”—Michael Dirda,
The Washington Post. “every story here is a
model example of just how much a great writer
can reveal in a short space.”—Newsweek. A
New York Times Notable book and an ALA/Booklist
Penguin 256 pp. 0-14-303591-6 $14.00
“trevor shows just how wise and wry and funny
and morally astute an observer of the human
comedy he is.”—The New York Times Book Review.
Winner of the Whitbread Novel Award.
Penguin 224 pp. 0-14-025360-2 $14.00
f thREE dAY ROAd
“a devastatingly truthful work of fiction...
grave, grand, and passionate.”—Louise erdrich.
“a brilliant novel. You will suffer a bit but
it’s overwhelmingly worth the voyage.”—Jim
Harrison. in this haunting debut, two young
Cree indians become infantry snipers in the
trenches of World War i.
Penguin 368pp. 0-14-303707-2 $14.00
f SWEEtNESS IN thE bELLY
the story of a British Muslim woman’s search
for belonging and love. “excels in painting a
human canvas of misery and hope that makes
ethiopia—but also Qur’an recitation—come
alive in sharp colors.”—Bruce Lawrence, Duke
univ. “utterly convincing and authentic...a
novel that will take you to a place so far from
yourself that you may wonder, from time to
time, whether you are ever coming back.”—
San Francisco Chronicle. Shortlisted for the Giller
Prize. Winner of Canada’s trillium Award.
the Penguin Press 352 pp. 1-59420-084-X $23.95
Penguin 352 pp. 0-14-303872-9 $14.00
Paperback available April 2007
FOOLS OF FORtUNE
Introduction by Francine Prose
the irish master makes his first appearance
in Penguin Classics with this Whitbread
award-winning novel of revenge. “to my
mind trevor’s best novel and a very fine one.”
Penguin Classics 208 pp. 0-14-303962-8 $14.00
thE CORNISh tRILOGY
includes The Rebel Angels, What’s Bred in the
Bone, and The Lyre of Orpheus, three novels
woven around the pursuits of the energetic
spirits and erudite scholars of the university of
St. John and the Holy ghost.
Penguin 1,200pp. 0-14-015850-2 $25.00
thE StORY OF LUCY GAULt
“one of trevor’s finest works....Few living
writers are capable of such mournful depth.”
— The Boston Globe.
Penguin 240 pp. 0-14-200331-X $14.00
also in Penguin: After Rain 0-14-025834-5, The
Children of Dynmouth 0-14-004718-2, Collected Stories
0-14-023245-1, Death in Summer 0-14-028782-5, The
Hill Bachelors 0-14-100217-4, My House in Umbria 0-14-
200365-4, Three Early Novels 0-14-028418-4, Two Lives
Introduction by Gail Godwin
“a marvelously enigmatic novel, elegantly
written and driven by irresistible narrative
force.”—The New York Times. the first volume
of the Deptford trilogy.
Penguin Classics 272 pp. 0-14-118615-1 $14.00
f mEdICINE RIvER
“Precise and elegant...[a] most satisfying
novel.”—The New York Times. “[thomas King
is] one of the first rank of contemporary Native
american writers—a gifted storyteller of universal relevance.”—Publishers Weekly.
Winner of the PEN/Josephine miles Award and the
Writers Guild of Alberta Award.
Penguin 272 pp. 0-14-305435-X $14.00
Available March 2007
Introduction by Michael Dirda
in the second volume of the Deptford trilogy,
David Staunton copes with the death of, and
conflicted relationship with, his larger-than-life father.
Penguin Classics 336 pp. 0-14-303913-X $15.00
thE dEPtFORd tRILOGY
includes Fifth Business, The Manticore, and
World of Wonders.
Penguin 832pp. 0-14-014755-1 $21.00
“King’s masterful command of historical
detail; superb ability to weave a rich, varied,
and mesmerizing tale; and evocative descriptions of eighteenth-century London make this
an exceptional and thoroughly pleasurable
read.”—Booklist (starred review).
Penguin 448pp. 0-14-200336-0 $14.00
“a satisfyingly lush and lavish adventure in
the world of rare books that will remind readers of The Name of the Rose.”—Detroit Free Press.
Penguin 400pp. 0-14-200080-9 $14.00
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Literature from Other English-Language Countries