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Campo Santo

Campo Santo

W. G. Sebald, Anthea Bell

A collection of essays by W G Sebald, which provide insight into the themes that came to dominate his life. It also includes four pieces that pay tribute to Corsica, weaving elegiacally between past and present.

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The Rings of Saturn

The Rings of Saturn

W. G. Sebald, Michael Hulse

A record of a journey on foot through coastal East Anglia.

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Unrecounted

Unrecounted

W. G. Sebald, Michael Hamburger, Jan Peter Tripp, Andrea Koehler, Hans Magnus Enzensberger

A gorgeous illustrated poetry collection by W. G. Sebald: An extraordinarily handsome edition of poems by the late great writer (Confrontation).

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Vertigo

Vertigo

W. G. Sebald

Part fiction, part travelogue, the narrator of this compelling masterpiece pursues his solitary, eccentric course from England to Italy and beyond, succumbing to the vertiginous unreliability of memory itself.

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On the Natural History of Destruction

On the Natural History of Destruction

W.G. Sebald, Anthea Bell, Award Winning Translator of French German Danish Polish Most Famously of the French Asterix Comics and Hans Christian Andersen Fairytales Anthea Bell (Freelance translator)

In the last years of World War II, a million tons of bombs were dropped by the Allies on one hundred and thirty-one German towns and cities. This title explores German writers' strange silence about a moment of mass destruction.

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The Emigrants

The Emigrants

W. G. Sebald, Michael Hulse

At first The Emigrants appears simply to document the lives of four Jewish emigres in the twentieth century. But gradually, as Sebald's precise, almost dreamlike prose begins to work its magic, the four narrations merge into one...

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