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A Theft: My Con Man
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A Theft: My Con Man

Hanif Kureishi

Nearing sixty and needing to plan for his and his children's future, the author employed an accountant from a reputable firm. When the accountant recommended investing in a property scheme, he followed his advice - only to find...

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The Buddha of Suburbia
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The Buddha of Suburbia

Hanif Kureishi

Hanif Kureishi's first novel, The Buddha of Suburbia is the bizarre, often hilarious and totally original picture of the life of a young Pakistani man growing up in 1970s Britain.

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What Happened?
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What Happened?

Hanif Kureishi

The essential collection of Hanif Kureishi's finest literary essays and fiction.

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My Son the Fanatic: Faber Stories
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My Son the Fanatic: Faber Stories

Hanif Kureishi

Faber 90th Stories brings together some of our finest short stories, past, present and future.

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What Happened?
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What Happened?

Hanif Kureishi

'No one else casts such a shrewd and gimlet eye on contemporary life.' - William Boyd Comic, dark and insightful, What Happened? is Hanif Kureishi's new collection of essays and fiction.

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The Nothing
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The Nothing

Hanif Kureishi

The Nothing is Hanif Kureishi's powerful new work: a tense and captivating exploration of lust, helplessness, and deception.

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The Black Album
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The Black Album

Hanif Kureishi

The Black Album by Hanif Kureishi, set in London in the year of the fall of the Berlin Wall and the fatwah against Salman Rushdie, is a thriller with a characteristically lively background: raves, ecstasy, religious ferment and...

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Intimacy
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Intimacy

Hanif Kureishi

The number one bestseller.

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What Happened?
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What Happened?

Hanif Kureishi

'No one else casts such a shrewd and gimlet eye on contemporary life.' - William Boyd Comic, dark and insightful, What Happened? is Hanif Kureishi's new collection of essays and fiction.

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Midnight All Day
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Midnight All Day

Hanif Kureishi

In this collection of stories, Kureishi chronicles the loveless, the lost and the dispossessed. They represent the frustrated and intoxicating, the melancholic and sensitive, capable of great cruelty and willing to break...

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Something to Tell You
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Something to Tell You

Hanif Kureishi

As he and his best friend Henry attempt to make the sometimes painful, sometimes comic transition to their divorced middle age, balancing the conflicts of desire and dignity, Jamal's teenage traumas make a shocking return into his...

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Venus
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Venus

Hanif Kureishi

With VENUS, Hanif Kureishi turns his piercing gaze onto the pains of old age. Maurice (Peter O'Toole) and Ian (Leslie Phillips) are veteran stage actors whose slow, inevitable decline is disrupted by the arrival in their lives of...

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Collected Essays
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Collected Essays

Hanif Kureishi

Beginning in the early 1980s with The Rainbow Sign, which was written as the Introduction to the screenplay of My Beautiful Laundrette, this book shows how flexible a form the essay can be.

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The Last Word
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The Last Word

Hanif Kureishi

Mamoon is an eminent Indian-born writer who has made a career in England -- but now, in his early seventies, his reputation is fading, his book sales have dried up and his new wife has expensive tastes.

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Midnight All Day
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Midnight All Day

Hanif Kureishi

In this astonishing collection of stories, Hanif Kureishi confirms his reputation as Britain's foremost chronicler of the loveless, the lost and the dispossessed. The characters in Midnight All Day are familiar to us all:...

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Love + Hate: Stories and Essays
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Love + Hate: Stories and Essays

Hanif Kureishi

An inventive, thought-provoking and characteristically bold collection of short fiction and essays from Hanif Kureishi, centred around the vexed relationship between love and hate.

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The Black Album: Adapted for the Stage
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The Black Album: Adapted for the Stage

Hanif Kureishi

The playscript, adapted by Hanif Kureishi from his own novel.

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Collected Screenplays
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Collected Screenplays

Hanif Kureishi

But Rafi's own shady past threatens to haunt him. London Kills Me (1991) A weekend in the lives of homeless Clint and his pal Muffdiver, youthful veterans of the streets of London, whose chief source of income derives from...

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Collected Stories: 1997-2010
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Collected Stories: 1997-2010

Hanif Kureishi

The essential collection from one of Britain's most celebrated and controversial writers.

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The Body and Other Stories
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The Body and Other Stories

Hanif Kureishi

A dazzling collection of fiction from Hanif Kureishi.

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Something to Tell You
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Something to Tell You

Hanif Kureishi

A wonderfully colourful, warm and epic novel of London life, love, sex and regret from one of Britain's greatest contemporary writers.

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Dreaming and Scheming: Collected Prose
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Dreaming and Scheming: Collected Prose

Hanif Kureishi

A collection of some of the very best of the non-fiction writings by Hanif Kureishi, including political essays; diaries; accounts of his collaborations in film and television, and above all, exploration of how the life of the...

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My Ear at His Heart
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My Ear at His Heart

Hanif Kureishi

'Hanif Kureishi's literary memoir explores his relationship with his father, a failed writer.

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The Word and the Bomb
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The Word and the Bomb

Hanif Kureishi

A collection of Kureishi's most controversial and though-provoking writing on the gulf between fundamentalist Islam and Western values

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My Beautiful Laundrette
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My Beautiful Laundrette

Hanif Kureishi

One of a hand-picked selection of some of the most popular and cult- worthy titles on Faber and Faber's extensive list of film scripts.

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Something to Tell You
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Something to Tell You

Hanif Kureishi

Jamal is a successful psychoanalyst haunted by his first love and a brutal act of violence from which he can never escape. Looking back to his coming of age in the 1970s forms a vivid backdrop to the drama that develops thirty...

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The Nothing
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The Nothing

Hanif Kureishi

The Nothing is Hanif Kureishi's powerful new work: a tense and captivating exploration of lust, helplessness, and deception.

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Something to Tell You
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Something to Tell You

Isabel Morgan, Hanif Kureishi, Art Malik

A wonderfully colourful, warm and epic novel of London life, love, sex and regret from one of Britain's greatest contemporary writers.

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White Bicycles: Making Music in the 1960s
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White Bicycles: Making Music in the 1960s

Joe Boyd, Hanif Kureishi

More than any previous '60s music autobiography, Boyd offers the real story of what it was like to be there

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Collected Stories

John Cheever, Hanif Kureishi

These outstanding stories of American award-winning novelist, John Cheever, show the power and range of one of the finest short story writers of the century.

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My Ear at His Heart
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My Ear at His Heart

Hanif Kureishi, Ace Bhatti

When Hanif Kureshi discovers an abandoned manuscript written by his father, his understanding of his family history is transformed. This story takes in the trauma of partition, as well as his father's ultimately failed career as...

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The Nothing
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The Nothing

Hanif Kureishi, Sean Barrett

Waldo, a feted filmmaker, is confined by old age and ill health to his London apartment. Frail and frustrated, he is cared for by his lovely younger wife, Zee. But when he suspects that Zee is beginning an affair with Eddie, Waldo...

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Intimacy
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Intimacy

Hanif Kureishi, Selva Rasalingam

Jay is leaving his partner and their two sons. As the long night before his departure unfolds he remembers the ups and downs of this relationship with Susan. In a reflection of their time together he analyses the agonies and the...

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Gabriel's Gift
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Gabriel’s Gift

Hanif Kureishi

Gabriel is a fifteen-year-old North London schoolboy trying to come to terms with a new life, after the equilibrium of his family home has been shattered by the ousting of his father. But a chance meeting with a seventies rock...

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The Last Word
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The Last Word

Hanif Kureishi, Homer Todiwala

Mamoon is an eminent Indian-born writer who has made a career in England - but now, in his early 70s, his reputation is fading, sales have dried up, and his new wife has expensive taste. Harry, a young writer, is commissioned...

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The Black Album
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The Black Album

Hanif Kureishi, Waleed Akhtar

Shahid is a clean-cut student, trying to make an impression on his college lecturer, Deedee Osgood, who gives his spirits a lift when she takes him to a naked rave party.

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Love in a Blue Time
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Love in a Blue Time

Hanif Kureishi

Hanif Kureishi, author of The Buddha of Suburbia , is one of a generation of British writers whose experience of the United Kingdom is refracted, socially and culturally, through his Pakistani heritage. The stories in this...

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My Ear at His Heart
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My Ear at His Heart

Hanif Kureishi

When Hanif Kureshi discovers an abandoned manuscript written by his father, his understanding of his family history is transformed. This story takes in the trauma of partition, as well as his father's ultimately failed career as...

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The Last Word
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The Last Word

Hanif Kureishi

Harry, a young writer, is commissioned to write a biography to revitalise both Mamoon's career and his bank balance. Harry greatly admires Mamoon's work and wants to uncover the truth of the artist's life. Harry's publisher seeks...

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El Buda de los Suburbios
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El Buda de los Suburbios

Hanif Kureishi, Monica Martin Berdague, Zadie Smith

Karim Amir lives with his English mother and Indian father in the routine comfort of suburban London, enduring his teenage years with good humor, always on the lookout for adventureand sex. Life gets more interesting, however,...

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La Ultima Palabra
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La Ultima Palabra

Hanif Kureishi

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Something to Tell You
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Something to Tell You

Hanif Kureishi

Jamal is a successful psychoanalyst haunted by his first love and a brutal act of violence from which he can never escape. Looking back to their coming of age in the 1970s, he and his friends face an encroaching middle age with...

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My Ear at His Heart: Reading My Father
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My Ear at His Heart: Reading My Father

Hanif Kureishi

A memoir that explores the author's relationship with his father, a failed writer.

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Intimidad
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Intimidad

Hanif Kureishi

Jay is a novelist and a screenwriter in his forties. He has everything he could want, but has decided to end everything. Leaving his kids is unbearable, but staying with his wife is to give up on having a life of passion and...

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The Last Word
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The Last Word

Hanif Kureishi

Mamoon is an eminent Indian-born writer who has made a career in England - but now, in his early 70s, his reputation is fading, sales have dried up, and his new wife has expensive taste. Harry, a young writer, is commissioned...

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The Graduate
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The Graduate

Charles Webb, Hanif Kureishi

As far as Benjamin's parents are concerned, his future is sewn up. Now he has graduated from college, will go to Yale or Harvard, get a good job and enjoy life. When his parents' friend, an older woman, strips naked in front of...

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Quelque chose a te dire
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Quelque chose a te dire

Hanif Kureishi, Florence Cabaret

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NADA de NADA
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NADA de NADA

Hanif Kureishi

Waldo, a filmmaker, is confined by old age and ill health to his London apartment. He is cared for by his lovely younger wife, Zee. But when he suspects that Zee is beginning an affair with Eddie, Waldo is pressed to action: he...

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