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Homeware Books

type Books

 Giovanni's Room
 Metamorphosis and Other Stories
 Near to the Wild Heart
 The Black Tulip
 The Mask of Dimitrios
 Siddhartha
 Swedish Modern A Colouring Book of Magical Interiors
 The Very Hungry Caterpillar
 Love in the Time of Cholera
 The Pearl
 Summer Crossing
 Chess
 The Enchanted April
 We
 A Month in the Country
 Finn Family Moomintroll
 A Confederacy of Dunces
 Invisible Man
 The Red Thread Nordic Design
 Salad for President
 Brideshead Revisited

type Cookbooks

 Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat
 Bar Tartine, Techniques and Recipes
 Breakfast, Lunch, Tea
 How to Boil an Egg
 The Great Dixter Cookbook
 Tartine Bread


James Baldwin

If Beale Street Could Talk
 

We are in Harlem in the era of Aretha Franklin and Ray Charles. The narrator of Baldwin's novel is Tish, nineteen, and pregnant. Her lover Fonny, father of her child, is in jail accused of rape. Flashbacks from their love affair are woven into the compelling struggle of two families to win justice for Fonny. To this love story James Baldwin brings a spare and impassioned intensity, charging it with universal resonance and power.

 The Mask of Dimitrios
 Metamorphosis and Other Stories
 Siddhartha
 The Black Tulip
 Love in the Time of Cholera
 The Pearl
 Giovanni's Room
 Summer Crossing
 Chess
 The Enchanted April
 Near to the Wild Heart
 A Month in the Country
 A Confederacy of Dunces
 Invisible Man
 Salad for President
 Brideshead Revisited


virginia Wolf

To the Lighthouse


To the Lighthouse is at once a vivid impressionistic depiction of a family holiday, and a meditation on marriage, on parenthood and childhood, on grief, tyranny and bitterness. For years now the Ramsays have spent every summer in their holiday home in Scotland, and they expect these summers will go on forever; but as the First World War looms, the integrity of family and society will be fatally challenged.