An extraordinarily bleak depiction of incarceration.
A devilish romp through Soviet literary society.
In his two Pulitzer-winning plays Tennessee Williams puts the light on the shadowy corners of desire.
A heaving, seething, raging novel full of life’s absurdities.
A classic novel of travel and Romance.
This second instalment of Elena Ferrante’s Neapolitan quartet deepens and complicates the themes of the first.
A monumental, meandering, magnificent tale of truth, love, beauty.
A deep dive into the glorious decline of Russian society.
There’s something haunted and occult about this otherwise godly classic.
It’s about whales.