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The Street Sweeper
*BiP Price $27.95
From the civil rights struggle in the United States to the Nazi crimes against humanity in Europe, there are more stories than people passing each other every day on the bustling streets of every crowded city. Only some survive to become history. Recently released from prison, Lamont Williams, an African American probationary janitor in a Manhattan hospital and father of a little girl he can’t locate, strikes up an unlikely friendship with an elderly patient, a Holocaust survivor who had been a prisoner in Auschwitz-Birkenau. A few kilometres uptown, Australian historian Adam Zignelik, an untenured Columbia professor, finds both his career and his long-term romantic relationship falling apart. As these two men try to survive in early twenty-first-century New York, history comes to life in ways neither of them could have foreseen. Two very different paths—Lamont’s and Adam’s—lead to one greater story as The Street Sweeper spans the twentieth century to the present, and spans the globe from New York to Melbourne, Chicago to Auschwitz.
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The year is 1984. Aomame sits in a taxi on the expressway in Tokyo. She has been on a topsecret mission, and her next job will lead her to encounter the apparently superhuman founder of a religious cult. Meanwhile, Tengo is leading a nondescript life but wishes to become a writer. He inadvertently becomes involved in a strange affair surrounding a literary prize to which a mysterious seventeen-year-old girl has submitted her remarkable first novel. Aomame’s and Tengo’s stories influence one another, at times by accident and at times intentionally, as the two come closer and closer to intertwining. As 1Q84 accelerates towards its conclusion, both are pursued by persons and forces they do not know and cannot understand. Books 1,2 and 3 all in one volume.
2011 Man Booker Prize Winner
The Sense of an Ending
Tony Webster and his clique first met Adrian Finn at school. Sex-hungry and book-hungry, they would navigate the girlless sixth form together, trading in affectations, in-jokes, rumour and wit. Maybe Adrian was a little more serious than the others, certainly more intelligent, but they all swore to stay friends for life. Now Tony is in middle age. He has had a career and a single marriage, a calm divorce. He’s certainly never tried to hurt anybody. Memory, though, is imperfect. It can always throw up surprises, as a lawyer’s letter is about to prove. The Sense of an Ending is the story of one man coming to terms with the mutable past. Laced with trademark precision, dexterity and insight, it is the work of one of the world’s most distinguished writers.
The Prague Cemetery
Nineteenth-century Europe—from Turin to Prague to Paris—abounds with the ghastly and the mysterious. Conspiracies rule history. Every nation has its own secret service, perpetrating forgeries, plots, and massacres. From the unification of Italy to the Paris Commune to the Dreyfus Affair to The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Europe is in tumult. But what if, behind all of these conspiracies both real and imagined, lay one lone man? In Umberto Eco’s own words: ‘The fact that history can be quite so devious may cause the reader’s brow to become lightly beaded with sweat. He will and suspect that these things could happen again today. In fact, they may be happening in that very moment. And he will think, as I do: “They are among us…”
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BiP SUMMER READING GUIDE 2011-12
Dear Books in Print Customers,
This year has been a challenging one for the Australian book trade. The demise of REDgroup Retail, comprised mainly of Borders and Angus & Robertson bookstores, led many people to forecast the end of retail bookselling in Australia. How wrong they were! Unlike many other countries Australia has a vibrant independent bookselling scene and independent bookstores are doing their best to fill the gap left by the closure of so many chain stores. At Books in Print we have been busy all year as usual. The Australian Booksellers Association has also taken on board the IndieBound programme from the US in order to help independent booksellers achieve a higher profile. Books in Print is a member of the IndieBound initiative. Supporting local, independent businesses means that dollars, jobs and choices stay local, creating strong, unique communities. 2012 will be a busy year at Books in Print. Early in the New Year we will launch our new website www.booksinprint.com.au, which will provide a full range of services for our customers, who will also be able to purchase e-books through the site as a result of our partnership with one of the major on-line providers. Our new computer system will enable us to communicate more effectively and more frequently with customers. We also plan to introduce a series of author events which will be run jointly with Jeffreys Books. The first joint event will be held on Wednesday 30th November, when our guest will be Elliot Perlman, who will talk about his new book The Street Sweeper. Further details are available from Books in Print and Jeffreys Books. The publishing programme for the festive season this year has a strong Australian flavour. There are new novels from major Australian authors, including Elliot Perlman (The Street Sweeper), Kate Grenville (Sarah Thornhill), Alex Miller (Autumn Laing), Frank Moorhouse (Cold Light) and a new collection of short stories from Janette Turner Hospital (Forecast: Turbulence). Australian chefs are also providing a wide range of fabulous cuisines from Luke Nguyen’s Indochine and Frank Comorra’s Movida Cocina to Greg and Lucy Malouf’s New Middle Eastern Food and Christine Manfield’s Tasting India. There is also a great range of history and biography titles as well as fantastic books for children of all ages. We have produced this Summer Reading Guide to illustrate the range of books available. There are many, many more titles at Books in Print which will provide entertaining reading for the summer, so please drop in and talk to our staff and children’s specialists about ideas for gifts for the festive season. Please note that although we will do our best to keep the widest range of titles in stock, all titles listed are subject to availability. We hope that you all enjoy a very happy festive season. From Chris, Deborah and the team at Books in Print.
BiP Staff Books of the Year 2011
Chris Great Expectations | Charles Dickens Deborah The Street Sweeper | Elliot Perlman Sue Snowdrops | A D Miller Cathy Freedom | Jonathan Franzen Christine Spirit of Progress | Steven Carroll Elizabeth Wish You Were Here | Graham Swift Leonie Marriage Plot | Jeffrey Eugenides Kristy 1Q84 | Haruki Murakami Penny The Last Werewolf | Glen Duncan Karen Half Brother | Kenneth Oppel (YA) Simon If On A Winter’s Night A Traveller | Italo Calvino
— 2011 Literary Prize Winners —
Book of the Year The Happiest Refugee | Anh Do Category Winners Bereft | Chris Womersley Rocks In The Belly | Jon Bauer Mirror | Jeannie Baker
Indie Book Award
Miles Franklin Literary Award
That Deadman Dance | Kim Scott The Tiger’s Wife | Téa Obreht
Orange Prize for Fiction
Prime Minister’s Literary Award (Fiction)
Traitor | Steven Daisley
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The Marriage Plot
Jeffrey Eugenides *BiP Price $24.95 pb
Alex Miller *BiP Price $32.95 hb
Autumn Laing reflects on her tumultuous relationship with the abundantly talented Pat Donlon and the effect it had on her husband, on Pat's wife and the body of work which launched Pat's career. When Autumn Laing seduces Pat Donlon she not only compromises the trusting love she has with her husband, Arthur, she also steals the future from Pat's young and beautiful wife, Edith, and their unborn child. Fifty-three years later, cantankerous, engaging, unrestrainable 85-year-old Autumn is shocked to find within herself a powerful need for redemption. As she begins to tell her story, she writes, 'They are all dead and I am old and skeleton-gaunt. This is where it began...'
The Marriage Plot focuses primarily on three characters, who all graduate from Brown University in 1982. Madeleine Hanna, from a “normal” household in New Jersey, becomes enamoured of Leonard, a brilliant but moody student with bipolar disorder, in their Semiotics course. Mitchell, a Religious Studies major, is also attracted to Madeleine but she finds his reticence both disturbing and incomprehensible. After graduation, Leonard and Madeleine live together and eventually marry. Meanwhile Mitchell, who takes his major seriously, travels to India where he volunteers to work with the dying in Calcutta. But Mitchell’s road to self-discovery eventually returns him to the United States and opens another opportunity for love that complicates Madeleine’s life.
All That I Am
Anna Funder $29.95 pb
Anna Funder’s first novel is a love story, thriller and testament to individual heroism. Ruth Becker is living out her days in the eastern suburbs of Sydney. Another lifetime away, it is 1939 and the world is going to war. Ernst Toller, self-doubting revolutionary and poet, sits in a New York hotel room settling up the account of his life. When Toller’s story arrives on Ruth’s doorstep their shared past takes Ruth back to those friends who predicted the brutality of the Nazis and gave everything they had to stop them. All That I Am is an exploration of bravery and betrayal, of the risks and sacrifices some people make for their beliefs, and of heroism hidden in the most unexpected places.
Charlotte Wood $29.99 pb
Charlotte Wood takes a character from her bestselling book The Children turns her unflinching gaze on him and his world in her new novel. Set in Sydney over a single day, Animal People traces a watershed day in the life of Stephen, who is aimless, unhappy, unfulfilled, and without a clue as to how to make his life better. His dead-end job, his demanding family, his oppressive feelings for his girlfriend and the pitiless city itself all threaten to come crashing down on him. The day will bring untold surprises and disasters, but will also show him—perhaps too late—that only love can set him free.
Kate Grenville *BiP Price $32.95 hb
Sarah Thornhill is the youngest child of William Thornhill, convict-turned-landowner on the Hawkesbury River. She grows up in the fine house her father is so proud of, a strongwilled young woman who is certain where her future lies. But the past is waiting in ambush with its dark legacy. There is a secret in Sarah’s family, a piece of the past kept hidden from the world and from her. Kate Grenville takes us back to the early Australia of The Secret River and the Thornhill family. This is Sarah’s story. It is a story of tangled secrets, a story of loss and unlooked-for happiness, and a story about the silent spaces of the past.
Philip Kerr $24.99 pb
In September 1941 Bernie Gunther returns from the horrors of the Eastern Front. Back at his old desk on homicide in war-ravaged Berlin Bernie is obliged to drop everything when his old boss, Reinhard Heydrich of the SD, orders him to Prague to spend a weekend at his country house. There Bernie meets some of the most loathsome figures in the SS and SD. The weekend turns sour almost immediately when a body is found in a room that was locked from the inside. The pressure is on Bernie to solve the mystery, and he knows that not only is his reputation at stake but also that of Heydrich, a man who does not like to lose face.
Janet Turner Hospital $22.99 hb
Forecast: Turbulence is a collection of nine short stories and one memoir piece. It features a compelling and enigmatic cast of characters—a loner obsessed with the beautiful face of a neighbour; the mute skipper of a whale-watching boat; a teenager who hasn′t set eyes on his father since the breakdown of his parents′ marriage; a child and his grandmother sitting out a hurricane; two vulnerable girls visiting their stepfathers in prison; and the grief-stricken parents of an abducted child. Janet Turner Hospital sensitively weaves their stories of raw emotion, heartbreaking vulnerability and incredible resolve, revealing their quest to maintain equilibrium in a turbulent and uncertain world.
The Sea is My Brother: The Lost Novel
Jack Kerouac $49.95 hb
Described by Kerouac as being about “man’s simple revolt from society as it is, with the inequalities, frustration, and selfinflicted agonies”, the 158-page handwritten manuscript of The Sea is My Brother was Kerouac’s first novel, but was not published during his lifetime. He wrote in his notes for the project that the characters were “the vanishing American, the American Indian, the last of the pioneers, the last of the hoboes”. The novel, which Kerouac wrote during his years as a merchant seaman, follows the fortunes of Wesley Martin, a man who Kerouac said “loved the sea with a strange, lonely love; the sea is his brother.”
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Charles Frazier $32.99 pb
Luce is a solitary young woman, caretaker of an old lodge on the edge of an isolated lake in the mountains of North Carolina. When her beautiful, gentle sister Lily is murdered, Luce inherits her two wild young children. Neither of them has spoken since witnessing their mother’s brutal murder. Luce knows that if the children come to harm under her care she will never be able to forgive herself, but it takes all her energy to keep them away from a world of dangers: water, fire, axes, snakes, and Lily’s husband, a chilling killer who is missing a horde of cash, and thinks the twins must have it.
David Guterson $29.99 pb
A sweeping, propulsive, darkly humorous new novel by the author of Snow Falling on Cedars: a story of destiny, desire, and destruction that reimagines Sophocles’s Oedipus Rex for our own era. In Seattle in 1962, Walter Cousins, a mild-mannered actuary, makes the biggest error of his life. He sleeps with Diane Burroughs, the sexy, not-quite-legal British au pair who’s taking care of his children for the summer. Diane gets pregnant and leaves their baby on a doorstep, but not before turning the tables on Walter and setting in motion a tragedy of epic proportions. Their orphaned child, adopted by an adoring family and named Edward Aaron King, grows up to become a billionaire Internet tycoon and an international celebrity—the “King of Search”—who unknowingly, but inexorably, hurtles through life toward a fate he may have no power to shape.
Daniel Stein, Interpreter
Ludmila Ulitskaya $32.95 pb
Ludmila Ulitsjkaya’s fourth novel tells the ‘true story’ of the improbable, heroic life of a Polish Jew who translates for the Gestapo, saves part of a ghetto, escapes execution, hides in a convent, converts to Catholicism, joins the partisans, emigrates to Israel, and refounds the Church of St. James, a community for which he performs mass in Hebrew. He offends church officials and violates orthodoxies, but Daniel is a sort of saint. Stein addresses life’s great challenges and the complexities of faith, though not everyone is pleased with his unorthodox views. Ulitskaya’s story of one man’s devotion to bridging the divide between Christianity and Judaism in the Holy Land raises complex theological, moral, and emotional questions. Despite the intrusion of some unpleasant historical facts, that good triumphs over evil and over truth is the book’s truism.
Gillian Mears $32.99 pb
Foal’s Bread is set in hardscrabble farming country and around the country show highjumping circuit that prevailed in rural New South Wales prior to the Second World War. It tells the story of two generations of the Nancarrow family and their fortunes as dictated by the vicissitudes of the land. It is a love story of beauty and sadness, a chronicle of dreams ‘turned inside out’, and miracles that never last, framed against a world both tender and unspeakably hard. Written in luminous prose and with an deep affinity for the landscape the book describes, Foal’s Bread is Gillian Mears ‘ first novel in sixteen years.
The Deadly Touch of the Tigress
Ian Hamilton $29.99 pb
Ava Lee is a petite young Chinese-Canadian forensic accountant who works for an elderly Hong Kong-based 'Uncle'. In tracking millions of dollars across continents the stakes are often high, sometimes violent and always shady, but Ava Lee's razor-sharp intelligence and unorthodox rules of engagement allow her to succeed where traditional methods have failed. Her tremendous skill at the deadly martial art of bak mei puts fear into the hearts of the unscrupulous and unwary. This is a novel full of suspense, with an equally fascinating heroine.
The Impossible Dead
Ian Rankin $32.99 pb
Malcolm Fox and his team from Internal Affairs have been sent to investigate whether fellow policemen have covered for a corrupt cop. What should be a simple job is soon complicated by intimations of conspiracy. As the investigation gains momentum a trail of revelations leads Fox back to 1985, a year of great turmoil in British political life. Scottish nationalist extremists were involved in murderous plots against the government whilst trying to stay one step ahead of the spies sent to flush them out. Fox has no choice but to fight back when a dramatic turn of events places him in mortal danger.
Apricot Jam and Other Stories
Alexander Solzhenitsyn $24.95 pb
Solzhenitsyn published this groundbreaking collection of interconnected stories after he returned to Russia in 1994. With Soviet and post-Soviet life as their focus, they weave and shift inside their shared setting, illuminating the Russian experience under the Soviet regime. In “The Upcoming Generation,” a professor promotes a dull but proletarian student purely out of good will. Years later, the same professor finds himself arrested and, in a striking twist of fate, his student becomes his interrogator. In “Nastenka,” two young women with the same name lead routine, ordered lives—until the Revolution exacts radical change on them both. Available for the first time in English these short stories will bring a new audience to the work of the Nobel Prize-winning Russian author who was an eloquent and acclaimed opponent of government oppression.
Alice Hoffman $29.99 pb
In 70 AD, nine hundred Jews held out for months against armies of Romans on Masada, a mountain in the Judean desert. Based on this tragic event, Hoffman’s novel is a spellbinding tale of four extraordinarily bold, and resourceful women, each of whom has come to Masada by a different path. The lives of these four complex and fiercely independent women intersect in the desperate days of the siege. All are dovekeepers, and all are also keeping secrets—about who they are, where they come from, who fathered them, and who they love. The Dovekeepers is Alice Hoffman’s masterpiece.
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Mons Kallentoft $29.99 pb
It is the coldest February in recent memory. In the early hours of a particularly cold night the body of an obese man is found hanging from a lone oak tree in the middle of the withered, windswept plains of Ostergotland. The young superintendent Malin Fors, a single mother plagued by personal tragedies, is assigned to the case. Together with her colleagues from the Violent Crime Squad at the Linkoping Police Department, she must track down the identity of the man in the tree and establish the reasons for his death. As they follow in the frigid wake of a killer, Malin discovers just how far the people in this small town are willing to go to keep their secrets buried.
Thomas Enger $24.99 pb
A solitary tent is found to contain the body of a half-buried woman. She has been stoned to death, there are marks from lashing across her back and one of her hands has been cut off. Two years earlier the Internet reporter Henning Juul lost his son, Jonas, in a domestic fire. On his return to work he is told to cover the story of the woman in the tent, but despite the police making an early arrest, he seems convinced that the story is more complex than they think. Henning must battle to be taken seriously again as a reporter - by his old colleagues, his ex-wife and the police - and when another life is lost, he knows the stakes couldn't be higher.
Frank Moorhouse $32.95 pb
It is 1950, the League of Nations has collapsed and the newly formed United Nations has rejected all those who worked and fought for the League. Edith Campbell Berry is thus out of a job, her vision shattered. With her sexually unconventional, husband, Ambrose, she comes back to Australia to live in Canberra. Unexpectedly, in mid-life she also realises that she yearns for children. When she meets a man who could offer not only security but a ready-made family, she has to make a decision which could change the course of her life. Cold Light is a remarkable stand-alone novel, which can also be read as a companion to the earlier Edith novels Grand Days and Dark Palace.
The Sound of Gravity
Joe Simpson $32.95 pb
A thrilling and moving new novel from the acclaimed author of Touching the Void. The Sound of Gravity is a harrowing, dramatic and powerful tale of love, loss and redemption as a haunting split-second memory changes the course of a lifetime. Trapped high on a stormbound mountain face in the icy depths of winter, a stricken young man is forced to fight for his life. Half a lifetime later, haunted by grief and guilt, Patrick is freed from his self-imposed vigil when at last the mountain releases his heart-rending secret.
Neal Stephenson *BiP Price $29.95 pb
In 1972, Richard Forthrast, a Vietnam draft dodger, fled to the mountains of British Columbia to avoid the call-up. After the US government granted an amnesty to draft dodgers he returned to the US and used his ill-gotten wealth to develop T’Rain, a multibillion-dollar, multi-player online role-playing game with millions of fans around the world. But T’Rain’s success has also made it a target. Hackers have struck gold by unleashing REAMDE, a virus that encrypts all of a player’s electronic files and holds them for ransom. They have also unwittingly triggered a deadly war beyond the boundaries of the game’s virtual universe—and Richard is at ground zero. Reamde is a swift-paced thriller that traverses worlds virtual and real. It is a brilliant refraction of the twenty-first century, from the global war on terror to social media, computer hackers to mobsters, entrepreneurs to religious fundamentalists.
Death Comes to Pemberley
P D James $29.99 pb
The year is 1803, and Darcy and Elizabeth have been married for six years. Elizabeth’s beloved sister Jane and her husband, Bingley, live within seventeen miles, the ordered and secure life of Pemberley seems unassailable, and Elizabeth’s happiness in her marriage is complete. But their peace is threatened and old sins and misunderstandings are rekindled on the eve of the annual Autumn Ball. The Darcys and their guests are preparing to retire for the night when a chaise appears down the path from Pemberley’s wild woodland, and Lydia Wickham, an uninvited guest, tumbles out, screaming that her husband has been murdered.
The Fear Index
Robert Harris *BiP Price $27.95 pb
A chilling contemporary thriller set in the competitive world of high finance. Dr Max Hoffman is a legend: he uses a revolutionary and highly secret system of computer algorithms to trade on the world's financial markets. Hoffman's hedge fund—built around the standard measure of market volatility: the VIX or "Fear Index"—generates astonishing returns for his investors. Late one night, in his house beside Lake Geneva, an intruder disturbs Hoffman and his wife while they sleep. Over the next 48 hours, as the markets edge towards another great crash, Hoffman's world disintegrates. But who is trying to destroy him?
A Song of Fire and Ice 4 Volume Box Set
George R R Martin $65.00
Martin has set the benchmark for contemporary epic fantasy, conjuring up a world as complex and vibrant as that of Tolkien’s, populated by a huge cast of fascinating, complex characters. Three storylines weave through the books, charting the civil war for control of the Seven Kingdoms; the defence of the towering wall in the uttermost north against the unearthly threat of the Others; and across the Narrow Sea the rise to power of Daenerys Targaryen and the last live dragons in the world. The hugely successful HBO adaptation of the first novel—A Game of Thrones—hit Australian screens in July 2011.
FOOD & COOKING
AUSTRALIAN CHEFS and MELBOURNE RESTAURANTS
Frank Camorra $49.99 hb
From its flagship restaurant in Melbourne’s Hosier Lane, to the opening of its latest venture Pulpo, MoVida has always embodied the heart and soul of Spanish cuisine. By fusing local and international flavours and pushing culinary boundaries, the MoVida restaurants have irrevocably changed the landscape of Australian dining. MoVida Cocina gives us a closer look at the people, venues and dishes that have made the MoVida bars and restaurants what they are today. Acclaimed chef and owner Frank Camorra takes us behind-thescenes to reveal special techniques, signature dishes and the pure joy of cooking that infuses his life and work. He also reveals 70 stunning new recipes, including his chorizo-filled fried potato bombs, which featured in a nail-biting episode of 'MasterChef Australia' in 2010.
Chris Donellan & Teage Ezard $69.99 hb
Greg & Lucy Malouf $69.95 hb
New Middle Eastern Food
Middle Eastern food is one of the oldest and most sophisticated cuisines in the world. Following on from the success of their award-winning books, Saha, Turquoise and Saraban, Greg and Lucy Malouf now offer a must-have comprehensive collection of 300 delicious recipes. Discover the joy of Middle Eastern cooking for yourself with the mouth-watering recipes that mix centuries of tradition with modern techniques and flavours for both the home cook and experienced chef.
Iconic Melbourne restaurant Gingerboy is renowned for its hip laneway location, funky decor and Asian-inspired cocktails and tapas—perfect for the urban foodie. Chefs Teage Ezard and Chris Donnellan take a unique and bold approach to the food of the region, serving an original and distinctive modern interpretation of South East Asian hawker-style street food. Soak up the atmosphere of the restaurant on every page of this amazing book. On the cover, retro signage beckons you in from a dark Melbourne laneway and inside, beautifully lit dishes ooze with flavour and style. You won′t find sexier, saucier, more sumptuous recipes anywhere. With its sizzling style, Gingerboy is a cookbook that will bring 21st century fusion into your kitchen.
Andrew McConnell $59.95 hb
In a few short years, Cumulus Inc. has won a place in many hearts. With its open kitchen, industrial architectural elements and light streaming in through the bank of windows, it is somewhere to gather, talk and eat at any time of day. And the food fits like a glove, starting with the perfect breakfast and ending with a late-night charcuterie plate. Based around the ebb and flow of a day at Cumulus, Andrew McConnell's first book gathers his recipes for the signature dishes that keep people coming back for more. This is food for the way we eat now.
Summer Food: Easy Recipes for Lazy Days
Serge Dansereau $39.99 hb
Shane Delia $49.95 hb
Shane Delia, owner of Melbourne's award-winning Maha Bar and Grill, brings us his first cookbook showcasing his distinctive fusion of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean food, with a strong focus on the full-flavoured dishes prepared by Shane's large Australian–Maltese family. Shane's recipes are designed to be served at a shared table, and include classic meze dishes, new takes on old favourites, and recipes that have been handed down through the generations. He has also included some of his restaurant's signature dishes, such as the irresistible Turkish delight doughnuts with rosemary honey.
Summer is Australia′s favourite season, and in this collection of more than 100 easy and delicious recipes, Bathers Pavilion chef Serge Dansereau ensures your summer cooking will be a breeze. Beautifully photographed and designed, Summer Food contains a range of contemporary recipes that celebrate Australian summer produce at its peak. These simple recipes are packed full of the chef know-how that turns a good dish into a great one, and are guaranteed to make your long brunches, lazy lunches, picnics, barbecues and afternoon teas effortless.
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FOOD & COOKING
Luke Nguyen $69.95 hb
Chef and author Luke Nguyen revisits his beloved Vietnam to delve deeper into the culinary legacy of the French colonisation of Vietnam, talking to chefs, bakers, farmers and family members to explore the impact the French had on what the Vietnamese eat and cook today. More than 100 recipes showcase the fusion of French and Vietnamese ingredients and techniques, interwoven with the heart-warming and personal stories Luke uncovers on his journey.
Ferran Adria $39.95 hb
The Family Meal
The Art of French Baking
Ginette Mathiot $49.95 hb
From éclairs to soufflés and macaroons to madeleines, when it comes to desserts, no-one does it better than the French. Beautiful, elegant and delicious, French desserts are easy to create at home as only a few basic recipes are needed to make some of the world's most renowned cakes and tarts. The Art of French Baking is the definitive collection of authentic French pastry and dessert recipes. From Tarte Tatin and Hazelnut Petit Fours to Cherry Tartlets and Choux Buns, it contains more than 350 simple recipes that anyone can follow at home and also includes details of basic equipment and techniques and information on how to troubleshoot common baking problems. The Art of French Baking is an inspiring collection to celebrate the sweet tastes of France.
For the first time, Ferran is making his recipes available to all home cooks, with simple, step-by-step instructions, and all the know-how gained from more than two decades in the world's most innovative kitchen. He shows how to prepare tasty, everyday food with 31 nutritionally balanced daily menus, each one consisting of three courses, with a total of 93 recipes. Generously illustrated with specially commissioned photographs of the dishes, preparation, the kitchen and the chefs, The Family Meal is both a practical collection of simple, delicious recipes and an insight into one of the most important rituals at the world's most innovative restaurant.
Heston Blumenthal At Home
Heston Blumenthal $65.00 hb
Until now, home cooking has remained stubbornly out of touch with technological development but Heston Blumenthal, champion of the scientific kitchen, is set to change all that with his radical new book. With meticulous precision, he explains what the most effective techniques are and why they work, sharing 150 specially created recipes. Here at last is the secret to irrefutably perfect fish and chips, as well as a few more unconventional dishes like salmon with liquorice, or lardy cake with whisky ice cream. Heston at Home will change the way you think about cooking forever. Prepare for a culinary revolution!
Stephane Reynaud’s Barbeque
Lucio Galletto & David Dale $59.95 hb
The Art of Pasta
Stephane Reynaud $49.99 hb
From the best-selling French author of Ripailles, Rôtis and Stéphane Reynaud’s 365 Good Reasons to Sit Down to Eat comes this celebration of all things grilled, seared and baked—Barbecue. With over 140 irresistible recipes including tender cutlets, succulent roasts and ribs, as well as a selection of accompaniments, from minted grilled vegetables to a decadent baked camembert, there’s a recipe for every barbecue get-together. Written in his well-known eccentric style, Stéphane never fails to entertain, and his passion for barbecuing is highly contagious.
This inspiring collaboration brings together Lucio Galletto’s two great passions in life: food and art. Learn how to make and cut your own pasta and pestos with more than 160 authentic pasta recipes, each complemented by original artwork from Luke Sciberras. Simple dishes mark the passage of the seasons, such as tagliatelle served with raw mushrooms in autumn, or with the first thin spears of asparagus in spring. In the cooler days of winter, authentic recipes for slow-cooked ragus, including a classic Bolognese sauce that has stood the test of time.
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Christine Manfield $89.95 hb
This is Christine Manfield’s story of India, a story gathered across many visits, connecting with people in various walks of life. The recipes she has collected along the way reflect the stories of countless mothers, grandmothers, daughters, sons of daughters, brothers, sisters and aunts. Cook your way through more than 250 recipes for traditional and contemporary Indian dishes and plan your travels using the extensive directory of recommended places to stay, eat and shop.
Katrina Meynink $39.99 hb
Kitchen Coquette is a fresh, fun and quirky cookbook that will help you provide a dish for all the fabulous, frantic and frenzied moments of your life. It will feed ten hungry friends, the man of your dreams, your lovely gran; even providing a bite to eat for all those inspired inbetween moments. Providing the recipes with the context, this is a book that knows what you cook to fortify the soul is vastly different to what you might cook to impress a first date. It’s a cookbook with some lifeblood ... one that is funny, real, approachable and challenging. A cookbook that makes you feel surges of culinary awesomeness.
The Little Refugee
Anh and Suzanne Do & Bruce Whatley $24.95 hb
Anh Do and his wife Suzanne have retold Anh’s multi-award winning autobiography The Happiest Refugee in a picture book format illustrated by Bruce Whatley. The story stays true to the adult edition (but leaves out the “gory bits”), following the Do family’s harrowing journey from war-torn Vietnam on an overcrowded boat to working class suburban Sydney. Anh has pledged all profits from the sale of this book to Victorian nun Trish Franklin’s Loreto Vietnam-Australia Program, based in Ho Chi Minh City, which provides shelter, food and education for disabled and destitute children. A unique and inspirational story with an uplifting message of hope. 4+
The Perfect Present
Fiona Robertson $24.95 hb
Henry has a duck called Spot, the perfect pet who thinks he’s found the Perfect Present for Henry’s Birthday. But when the big day comes, Henry’s grandparents arrive with their own perfect present—a strange and wobbling box with something inside that could change things between Spot and Henry forever. This dearly loved duo we first met in Wanted: The Perfect Pet returns in a heartwarming tale about never letting good friends go. 4+
The Jewel Fish of Karnak
Graeme Base $29.95 hb
Long ago in Ancient Egypt, two scruffy thieves, Jackal and Ibis, are brought before the Cat Pharaoh to be punished for stealing from the town market. Given a chance to redeem themselves, Jackal and Ibis are sent up the River Nile to the mighty temple of Karnak to retrieve the precious Jewel Fish. Will the pair heed the Cat Pharaoh’s warning and ensure the safe return of the magical Jewel Fish? In Base’s signature style, the reader is taken on a visual journey complete with hieroglyphics and a secret code to decipher. 5+
Libby Gleeson & Freya Blackwood $24.95 hb
When two ragamuffins stumble across a book in the dust their whole world begins to change. The familiar becomes fantastical, the mundane becomes magical, and a fractured community finds focus. Set in a dreary, underprivileged, contemporary world, Look, A Book! is a meaningful, exhilarating whirl through the magic and power of imagination. 4+
Look, A Book!
Cheer Up Your Teddy Bear, Emily Brown!
Cressida Cowell & Neal Layton $28.99 hb
It’s a drippy, drizzly, wet weekend and Emily Brown and her side-kick Stanley are stuck indoors when they hear a PLIP! PLOP! noise coming from the toy box. The pair encounter a Tearful Teddybear and so make it their mission to cheer him up. From the Australian Outback to the south of France, Emily and Stanley try everything to cheer up the teddy until they too become quite sad, at which point Emily has had enough! This is the fourth, typically imaginative Emily Brown story. 4+
Maurice Sendak $24.99 hb
Bumble-Ardy is a glorious picture book about a mischievous pig who has reached the age of nine without ever having had a birthday party. But all that changes when Bumble throws a party for himself and invites all his friends, leading to a wild masquerade that quickly gets out of hand. In this highly anticipated book, Maurice Sendak once again explores the exuberance of young children and the unshakeable love between parent (in this case, an aunt) and child. Bumble-Ardy is the first book illustrated and written by Sendak since Outside Over There in 1981. 4+
Sonya Hartnett & Lucia Masciullo $24.95 hb
As dusk approaches, a little boy worries for his cat who is high up on the roof and refusing to come down. “Are you afraid to climb down, cat?” Nicholas cries, fetching a creaky ladder. “Marl!” said the cat, running out of reach across the roof tiles, and Nicholas goes to bed thinking about his cat, so little yet so fearless amid the creepy monsters of the night. But when the sky opens up and Nicholas awakes to the sound of rain, he doesn’t worry about the dark night things and he climbs the slippery ladder, “I’m here, cat!” A tale of friendship and bravery, and the things we are capable of doing for those we love and treasure most. 4+
Come Down, Cat!
Amazing Grace: An Adventure at Sea
This is an exciting tale of the courage of 16-year-old Grace Bussell, an ordinary teenage girl who is thrust into an extraordinary situation when a steamship runs aground near her home on the south-west coast of Australia in 1876. The Georgette is struck by a huge wave the night it leaves Freemantle and the situation become desperate when passengers are hearded onto a lifeboat only to be thrown back into the chily water when the stricken ship ploughs into the little boat. What follows is a story of acts of bravery, as frantic attempts to rescue the drowning are made. Using eyewitness accounts and other historical documents of the time, the author brings this compelling true story alive. 6+
Stephanie Owen Reeder $29.95 hb
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Gangsta Granny | David Walliams $19.99 pb
Staying with Grandma is so boring - all she wants to do is play scrabble and eat cabbage soup! But there are things Ben doesn’t know about Grandma, like how she was once an international jewel thief.. 9+
Brotherband 1: The Outcasts
John Flanagan $17.95 pb
In Skandia, there is one way to become a warrior. Boys are chosen for teams called Brotherbands and are trained in seamanship, weapons and battle tactics and they must fight in a series of challenges where there is only one winner. 10+
How to Steal a Dragon’s Sword | Cressida Cowell The Big Book of Billie B Brown | Sally Rippin
A new collection of short stories set in a world where one piece of lolly pizza makes you braver than a lion. 8+
Pizza Cake | Morris Gleitzman $16.95 pb
Comtesse de Segur $16.99 pb
Cadichon is a lively and intelligent donkey who is determined to refute the stereotypical image of donkeys as stubborn and reveal through his stories, their true, gentle and wise ways. Cadichon’s antics are guaranteed to make you laugh! 9+
Diary of a Wimpy Kid 5: Cabin Fever | Jeff Kinney Darius Bell and the Crystal Bees | Odo Hirsch
Older Readers Ruby Redfort: Look Into My Eyes
Lauren Child $19.99 hb
Ruby Redfort is a daring detective, a genius codecracker and a gadget-laden special agent who happens to be a 13 year old girl. Can she uncover the dastardly plans of the formidable Fools Gold Gang? 9+
Young Adult 15+ When We Were Two | Robert Newton $17.95 pb
Two brothers go in search of their mother on a rite of passage journey. Their quest takes an unexpected turn when a small group of would-be soldiers, marching to join up for the great war, offer them shelter. A powerful and emotional Australian story.
War Horse | Michael Morpurgo $16.95 pb
Experience the First World War through the eyes of a horse in this epic tale of loyalty, hope and tenacity by BiP staff favourite author of Born To Run. Spielberg’s film adaptation of the 1982 novel is due for release in Australia in early 2012. 12+
The Shadow Girl | John Larkin $18.95 pb
Since the mysterious disappearance of her parents, a courageous teenage girl has been on the run from her abusive uncle. Homeless and alone, she is determined to continue her schooling despite her harrowing situation. A compelling read based on a true story.
Wonderstruck | Brian Selznick $34.99 hb
The wordless world of Rose, told entirely in illustration, alternates with text recounting Ben’s story. Set 50 years apart, the stories come together to form a single narrative about how we communicate with each other. 10+
Shelter | Harlan Coben $22.99 pb
Mickey Bolitar is forced to live with his estranged Uncle Myron (of Harlan Coben’s adult crime novels) after the death of his father, and this means changing schools. Will our new hero be able to solve a mysterious disappearance at his new high school?
Extraordinaires 1: The Extinction Gambit
Michael Pryor $18.95 pb
Bizarre plots and sinister magic abound steampunk style as we enter the mysterious parallel worlds explored in the first intriguinging book in a new trilogy by the Australian master of magic. 12+
Shatter Me | Tahereh Mafi $17.99 pb
Juliette’s touch is fatal. An accident sees her locked up by The Reestablishment who plan to use her as a weapon. Having suffered a lifetime without freedom, Juliette has discovered the strength to fight back. An intense debut that will leave readers anxiously awaiting the sequel.
Dark Inside | Jeyn Roberts 17.99 pb
Nobody can be trusted when a murderous rage is released moments after massive earthquakes rock the world. The population turns on itself, and after the first wave of killing, the world is a different, deadlier place. 12+
Inheritance 004: Inheritance | Christopher Paolini Maze Runner 3: Death Cure| James Dashner
Playground | 50 Cent $16.99 pb
American hip-hop artist 50 Cent explores how children become bullies is this semi-autobiographical story of Butterball, an inner-city youth who uses violence to deal with his difficult home life.
Lumatere Chronicles 2: Froi of the Exiles | Melina Marchetta Rosie Black Chronicles 2: Equinox | Lara Morgan Muse (sequel to Exile)| Rebecca Lim
Obernewtyn 6: The Sending | Isobelle Carmody Levithan 3: Goliath | Scott Westerfeld
Crossed (sequel to Matched) | Ally Condie Infernal Devices 2: Clockwork Prince | Cassandra Clare
BABY & TODDLER
Emily Gravett $26.99 hb
Sleepy little booklovers and parents everywhere will relate to this familiar bedtime struggle! It’s nearly Cedric’s bedtime and there’s just enough time for his mum to read him his favourite book. But Cedric likes the story so much and wants to hear it again... and again... and again... with incendiary consequences!
The Secret Garden
Illustrated by Lauren Child 100th Anniversary Edition $39.95 hb
A celebration of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s profound story of friendship and healing, this unabridged clothbound edition features familiar cover art by Lauren Child, whose mixed media illustrations revived Pippi Longstocking for a new generation of readers. The Secret Garden is illustrated in the same style, with six colour plates complementing Child’s distinctive ink line drawings. Limited local availability means this book will sell out fast.
Matthew Van Fleet $29.99 hb
The Enchanted Wood and Magic Faraway Tree
Enid Blyton $19.95 ea
Back by popular demand! The first and second Magic Faraway Tree stories by Enid Blyton are finally back in print in the same nostalgic style we remember from our childhood. Fully illustrated in colour, these large format hardback editions are perfect for reading aloud.
Moo entertains toddlers with tactile elements and farmyard photography on sturdy pages made for curious little hands.
Elizabeth Honey $24.99 hb
Ten Blue Wrens
Pamela Allen $19.95 hb
The Wonderful Wizard of Oz
Rufus Butler Seder Scanimation Book $19.95
Illustrated by Robert Ingpen L Frank Baum $39.95 hb
Counting up from one little nipper to twelve kelpie legs, this is a playful book that celebrates some of the special things we love about Australia.
On Nana’s birthday all of the children have a special present for her—each one a different colour. This seemingly simple introduction to colours has a subtle message captured in the act of giving and the joy that this expression stirs not only in the recipient, but in the person giving. A heartwarming story that will deepen young readers’ understanding of love.
With over seventy magnificent illustrations, this children’s classic is the tenth title in a series of unabridged editions illustrated by the accomplished Geelong-born artist Robert Ingpen, who in 1986 became the only Australian to be awarded the Hans Christian Andersen Medal for illustration. The illustrated edition of The Secret Garden in the Walker Books series was released in 2010.
Aladdin and the Enchanted Lamp
Philip Pullman & Ian Beck $24.99 hb
Demonstrating the skillful story(re)telling of Philip Pullman, this beautiful rendition of the oft-retold, Disneyfied Middle-Eastern folk tale retains the essense of the famous original in a bright picture book format brought to life by Ian Beck’s bold silhouette-style illustrations.
Possum Magic Mini Book and Plush Hush
Mem Fox & Julie Vivas $24.99
Famous Classics and Adventure Stories for Girls and Boys $19.95 ea
Introduce young children to timeless classic stories—abridged and illustrated in two faux-vintage hardback volumes.
My Best Sizzles Gift Set Mini Book and Sizzles Toy Lauren Child $19.95
Jackie French & Bruce Whatley $24.99 hb
It’s another ordinary day for Mothball until he is drawn by the smell of carrots only to find strange creatures enjoying his snack. After a stand-off with the beasts, Mothball finds a comfy spot to curl up for a nap and then wakes in another land where he finds (and eats) carrot after carrot... What’s with all the carrots? And why is there a wombat hole in the roof?
The Twelve Days of Christmas
Illustrated by Jane Ray $19.99 hb
A gorgeous interpretation of the familiar traditional Christmas verse by Jane Ray, her exquisite artwork capturing the very essence of the festive season. Children will pore over the luminous, elaborately detailed illustrations - a wonderful gift this Christmas.
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The Not For Parents Travel Book
Lonely Planet $29.99 hb
The Complete Adventures of Tintin | Hergé $170.00
This limited edition, eight volume collection brings together every Tintin adventure ever published, including the final, unfinished adventure Tintin and Alph Art. The collection will be available in December to coincide with the release of The Adventures of Tintin film by Steven Spielberg and Sir Peter Jackson—in Australian cinemas on Boxing Day. The ultimate gift for fans of any age.
NFP City Guides: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know Paris | New York | Rome | London $19.99 pb
These highly visual ‘travel guides’ are based purely on the cool stuff that kids want to know. The NFP Travel Book invites inquisitive explorers to criss-cross the globe on a journey into the hideous histories, epic events and crazy facts that define individual countries. With a full page dedicated to each of the 200 countries, children are presented with a snapshot of well-researched facts and stats designed to inspire a new generation of travellers.
Dorling Kindersley $39.95 hb
The LEGO Ideas Book
The Jedi Path Limited Vault Edition | Daniel Wallace $99.95
Inside this protective vault is the only remaining copy of the ancient manual studied and annotated by generations of Jedi. Annotated with new insights into the history and lore of the Jedi Order, this is essential reading for all students of the Force.
Full of helpful advice from master LEGO builders, this collection of all-new building projects will suit all ages and levels of ability and inspire children to unearth that abandoned box of LEGO and get creative using those long-forgotten, neglected bricks and pieces in a variety of new ways.
Children’s Book of Mythical Beasts and Magical Monsters
Dorling Kindersley $29.95 hb
New to the DK Children’s Book of series is this introduction to the fantastical worlds, magical monsters and legendary heroes perpetuated in oral histories since the dawn of time. Children are encouraged to understand the significance of storytelling accross different cultures and discover the meaning attached to the mythical creatures previously confined to their imagination.
LEGO Star Wars Character Encyclopedia with minifigure $24.95 LEGO Star Wars Essential Collection with X-wing Model $19.95
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Pop-Up Book | Roald Dahl $24.95 hb
Explore the amazing world of Willy Wonka in this 3D pop-up adaptation of the 1964 classic.
Dorling Kindersley $29.95 hb
Children’s Book of Sport
Children’s Book of Sport showcases more than 130 sports and gives an insight into the history and people behind our favourite games and sporting moments.
Judy Moody Uber-Awesome Collection
Megan McDonald $59.95
All nine Judy Moody adventures together in one boxed bonanza!
Benedicte Mathieu & Myrtille Rambion $16.99 pb
This illustrated, easy-to-follow look into the world of sport traces the evolution from the first Olympics up to the recent phenomenon of politics and drugs in modern sport. With an element of humour perfect for younger readers, this book is full of unusual facts and anecdotes that will amuse the whole family!
How To Dork Your Diary Zac Power Time Out Pack
H I Larry $24.95
Includes four Zac Power adventures and digital watch.
Rachel Renee Russell $14.99 pb
edited by Christopher Cheng $19.95 hb
Classic Australian Poems
A collection of 60 unabridged poems that brings to life the iconic characters and landscape that form our heritage and embody what it is to be Australian.
Just Stupid! Book & T-Shirt Pack $19.99 Killer Koalas From Outer Space $19.99 hb
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Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography
Walter Isaacson *BiP Price $34.95
A Private Life
Michael Kirby *BiP Price $29.95
Michael Kirby is one of Australia’s most admired public figures. Even those who disagree with him have been moved by the courage required of him to come out as a high-profile gay man. This is a collection of reminiscences in which we can discover the private Michael Kirby. He opens up as never before about his early life, about being gay, about his forty-two year relationship with Johan van Vloten, about his religious beliefs and even about his youthful infatuation with James Dean. Beautifully written, reflective and generous, this is a memoir that Michael Kirby’s many admirers have been waiting for.
Based on many interviews with Jobs conducted over two years Walter Isaacson has written a riveting story of the roller-coaster life and intense personality of the creative entrepreneur whose passion and ferocious drive revolutionized six industries: personal computers, animated movies, music, phones, tablet computing, and digital publishing. Jobs stands as the ultimate icon of inventiveness and applied imagination. He knew that the best way to create value in the twenty-first century was to connect creativity with technology. His friends, foes, and colleagues provide an unvarnished view of the passions, perfectionism, obsessions, artistry, devilry, and compulsion for control that shaped his approach to business and the innovative products that resulted.
Clarence Darrow: Attorney for the Damned John A. Farrell $39.95
Clarence Darrow left a promising career as a railroad lawyer during the tumultuous Gilded Age in order to champion poor workers, blacks, and social and political outcasts against big business, Jim Crow, and corrupt officials. He became famous defending union leader Eugene Debs in the landmark Pullman Strike case and went from one headline case to the next—until he was nearly crushed by an indictment for bribing a jury. He redeemed himself in Dayton, Tennessee, defending schoolteacher John Scopes in the “Monkey Trial,” cementing his place in history. Now, John A. Farrell draws on previously unpublished correspondence and memoirs to offer a candid account of Darrow’s divorce, affairs, disastrous finances and explosive revelations of shady tactics he used in his own trial for bribery. Clarence Darrow is a sweeping, surprising portrait of a legendary legal mind.
Hergé: The Genius of Tintin
Raphael Taylor $32.99 pb
Georges Remi is better known as Herge, whose Tintin books have sold well over 200 million copies worldwide. Raphael Taylor tells the story of the man’s life and searches for the inspiration behind his work. Taylor explores Hergé the man, his controversial life in Nazioccupied Brussels during the Second World War, his depressive crises, and the manner in which his later life became a ‘practice of philosophy’. For fans, Taylor’s painstakingly researched biography will bring many new insights; for those who know less about Hergé, this is a beautifully written, sympathetic portrait of a fascinating writer and artist whose work has enchanted millions.
Chanel: An Intimate Life
Lisa Chaney $39.95 hb
During the course of her extraordinary and unconventional life Chanel would help to forge the very idea of modern woman. Lisa Chaney shows how the most influential designer of her century became synonymous with a rebellious and progressive style. Her numerous liaisons were the stuff of legend. Drawing on newly discovered love-letters, police records, and interviews, Chaney explores the origins, the creative power and the secret suffering of this exceptional and often misread woman. She reveals the truth about Chanel’s drug habit and lesbian affairs. She also answers definitively the question about Chanel’s German lover: was he a spy for the Nazis?
Sybil Exposed: The Story Behind the Famous Multiple-Personality Case
Debbie Nathan $32.95 pb
In her news-breaking book Sybil Exposed, journalist Debbie Nathan gives proof that the allegedly true story of a woman with sixteen different personalities was largely fabricated. Nathan reveals what really powered the legend: the willing patient, her ambitious shrink, and the imaginative journalist who spun their story into bestseller gold. Sybil Exposed uses investigative journalism to tell a fascinating tale that reads like fiction but is fact. She is the first person to have examined all of the archive of papers, records, photos and tapes and to provide proof that the story was an elaborate fraud—albeit one that the perpetrators may have half-believed.
Vincent Van Gogh: The Life
Steven Naifeh & Gregory White Smith $59.99 hb
With the cooperation of the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam, which gave the authors access to its wealth of primary materials, Steven Naifeh and Gregory White Smith have written what Leo Jansen, Curator of the Museum and Editor of the Van Gogh Letters Project, has called “The definitive biography of Van Gogh for decades to come.” This new account reshapes the landscape of Van Gogh’s life and death. Naifeh and Smith have not only written an account of an extraordinary and at times emotionally convulsive life but also, perhaps, the first book to trace the workings of an artistic mind in such graphic, gripping, and ultimately inspirational detail.
Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?
Jeanette Winterson $29.95 hb
Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? is a memoir about a life’s work to find happiness. It is a book full of stories: about a girl locked out of her home, sitting on the doorstep all night; about a religious zealot disguised as a mother who has two sets of false teeth and a revolver in the dresser, waiting for Armageddon; about growing up in an north England industrial town now changed beyond recognition. Witty, acute, fierce, and celebratory, Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal? is a tough-minded search for belonging—for love, identity, home, and a mother.
The Master: A Personal Portrait of Bart Cummings
Les Carlyon $59.99 hb
In the world of horse racing, Bart Cummings is the master. His laconic wit and indifference to the trappings of wealth and fame have seen him recognised as a national treasure in his own lifetime. As Les Carlyon writes, he simply isn’t like anyone else: to everyone he is just Bart. In The Master, illustrated with more than 100 photographs and paintings, Carlyon gives us a portrait of Cummings the man, his horses and his world away from the glamour of the big race days. Intimate, personal, informed and captivating – The Master is loaded with stories and characters that reveal much of the character and modus operandi of Bart.
The Borgias: History’s Most Notorious Dynasty
Mary Hollingsworth $49.99 hb The Borgia family of Renaissance Italy has become
a byword for pride, lust, cruelty, avarice, splendour and venomous intrigue. Its members have inspired abomination and fascination in almost equal measure. Of Spanish origin, the Borgias came to prominence in the Italy of the 15th century, at a time when the spiritual values of the medieval Church were being swept aside by the worldly secularism of the Renaissance. They also became notorious for licentiousness, venality and indeed all forms of immorality, while at the same time their patronage of the arts helped to bring about some of the greatest artistic masterpieces of the Renaissance.
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Into The Unknown: Ludwig Leichhardt
John Bailey $34.99 pb
Ludwig Leichhardt is Australia’s most intriguing explorer. Born and educated in Prussia in the early 19th century, Leichhardt was a polymath, a man fascinated by the natural world and possessed by a longing for adventure and exploration. Australia was then almost completely unexplored apart from the colonies clustered on its coastline. It was a continent and a time ripe for amateur naturalists and explorers, and Leichhardt took up the challenge. His expeditions were to begin in triumph, then dwindle into acrimony, despair and misery before finally ending in disappearance and death, giving rise to one of the enduring mysteries of Australian history.
Penguin Book of Australian War Writing
Mark Dapin $39.95 hb
Soldiers writing from the front and journalists on the ground have formed the way that Australians think about war. In The Penguin Book of Australian War Writing, author and journalist Mark Dapin has gathered together the finest of these accounts. Starting with Watkin Tench and continuing through the eyes of some of our best writers, including AB Paterson, Patrick White, Alan Moorehead, Kenneth Slessor, and Barry Heard, these remarkable letters, diaries, memoirs and reports remind us of our history, and of our responsibility in recording and remembering what happens in the wars we send our soldiers to fight.
Tony Robinson’s History of Australia: From New Holland to Neighbours
Tony Robinson $39.95 hb
In Tony Robinson’s History of Australia, the popular storyteller explores the modern history of our nation, from colonial beginnings to the Stolen Generations apology. He delights in unfurling lesser-known tales such as the First Fleet’s Founding Orgy, but it is people that most interest Robinson, and from William Dampier to Anh Do he profiles a multicultural cast of characters who have contributed to the remarkable Australian story. For this book, he investigated archives and libraries, chatted to experts and relatives of historic figures, and was guided by some of our most respected historians, such as Thomas Keneally, Tim Flannery and Eric Willmot.
Australian Poetry Since 1788
Geoffrey Lehmann & Robert Gray $69.95 hb
This landmark anthology of Australian poetry, edited by two of Australia’s foremost poets, is the first of its kind for Australia. Included here are Australia’s major poets, and lesser-known but equally affecting ones, and all manifestations of Australian poetry since 1788, from concrete poems to prose poems, from the cerebral to the naïve, from the humorous to the confessional, and from formal to free verse. One of the high points is the translation of some striking Aboriginal song poems. Containing over 1000 poems from 170 Australian poets, this careful re-evaluation of Australian poetry makes this a superb book that can be read and enjoyed over a lifetime.
A History of Tasmania
Henry Reynolds $39.95 pb
Henry Reynolds charts the history of Tasmania from the arrival of European maritime expeditions in the late eighteenth century, through to the modern day. By presenting the perspectives of both Indigenous Tasmanians and British settlers, he provides an original exploration of these first fraught encounters. He offers an astute analysis of the island's economic and demographic reality, noting that this facilitated the survival of a rich heritage of colonial architecture unique in Australia, and allowed the resident population to foster a powerful web of kinship. Reynolds' remarkable capacity to empathise with the characters of his chronicle makes this a powerful, engaging and moving account of Tasmania's unique position within Australian history.
After Words: The Post-Prime Ministerial Speeches | Paul Keating
*BiP Price $49.95
All the speeches in After Words are the work of one eye and one mind: former Prime Minister Paul Keating. Subject to subject, idea to idea, the speeches are related in a wider construct, which is the way Paul Keating has viewed and thought about the world. The speeches reveal the breadth and depth of his interests—be they cultural, historical, or policy-focused—dealing with subjects as broad as international relations, economic policy and politics. After Words contains an analytic commentary on Australia’s recent social and economic repositioning, in the minds of many, by its principal architect.
Among The Islands: Adventure in the Pacific
Tim Flannery $32.95 pb
Twenty-five years ago, a young curator from the Australian Museum in Sydney set out to research the fauna of the Pacific Islands. Starting with one of the most inaccessible islands in Melanesia—Woodlark, in the Trobriands Group—that young scientist found himself ghost-whispering, snake wrestling, and plunged waist-deep into a sludge of maggot-infested faeces in search of a small bat that turned out not to be earth-shatteringly interesting. With accounts of discovering, naming and sometimes eating new mammal species; being thwarted or aided by local customs; and historic scientific expeditions, Tim Flannery takes us on an enthralling journey through some of the most diverse and spectacular environments on earth.
Hazel: My Mother’s Story
Sue Pieters-Hawke $49.99 hb
Hazel Hawke is one of the most loved and respected Australians. After the failure of her marriage she continued to build her role as an advocate for tolerance and fairness in the broader community. Public love and support for Hazel reached a new peak eight years ago when she announced that she had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease. This intimate, biography is written by Hazel’s eldest daughter, Sue Pieters-Hawke. Candid and revealing, it explores Hazel’s life as she navigated personal challenges and profound social changes, and celebrates her value as a mother, wife, role model and tireless worker for the rights and welfare of others.
Karen McCartney $79.99 hb
Iconic Australian Houses 70/80/90
The Sweet Spot: How Australia Made It’s Own Luck and Could Now Throw It All Away | Peter Hartcher $29.95 pb
In The Sweet Spot Peter Hartcher shows how a convict colony could have become a banana republic but didn’t, how Austravlia came through the global financial crisis—it wasn’t just the mining boom—and how we could now throw our success away if we don’t recognise our strengths and demand true leadership of our politicians. At a time when the authoritarian success story of China is strong, Australia offers a better model: a democratic success story. On some of the most important and apparently intractable problems of the modern world, Australia, believe it or not, is as good as it gets.
Karen McCartney has compiled a selection of significant examples of Australian houses of the 1970s, 80s and 90s. Featured architects include Richard Leplastrier, Glenn Murcutt and Wood Marsh. The author places the period in social, historical and architectural context, before each of the selected houses is individually reviewed. The relationship between the architect and owner is discussed, as is the linking of the building to its site, materials and architectural detailing. Each study includes a feature on the interior decoration and a discussion of designers and manufacturers of iconic furniture, fittings and fabrics. The book offers invaluable advice for anyone wanting to capture the style of the period in their own homes.
Lisbon: War in the Shadows of the City of Light
Neill Lochery $35.00 pb
Throughout World War II Lisbon was at the centre of world attention. The only European city in which both the Allies and the Axis powers openly operated, it was also a temporary home to over one million refugees seeking passage to America; and a host of spies, secret police, bankers, prominent Jews, escaped POWs, and black marketeers. Historian Neill Lochery’s portrait of the city draws on records recently uncovered from Portuguese secret-police and banking archives. This is a gripping tale of intrigue, betrayal, opportunism, and double-dealing, all of which took place under the watchful eyes of the Portugese secret police.
Vanished Kingdoms: The History of Half-Forgotten Europe
Norman Davies $59.95 hb
Europe’s past is littered with kingdoms, empires and republics which no longer exist but which were some of the most important entities of their day: “the Empire of Aragon”, which dominated the western Mediterranean in the thirteenth century, the Grand Duchy of Lithuania, the largest country in Europe for part of the eighteenth century. This book shows the reader how to peer through the cracks of mainstream history-writing. The histories of the lost echo across the centuries, mixed in with more familiar sounds. One of the purposes of this book is to help us hear them again more clearly, and appreciate where they came from.
Paul Ham $55.00 hb
The atomic bombs dropped on Hiroshima and Nagasaki killed more than 100,000 instantly, mostly women, children and the elderly. Many hundreds of thousands more succumbed to their horrific injuries later, or slowly perished of radiation-related sickness. Yet the bombs were “our least abhorrent choice”, American leaders claimed at the time. Paul Ham challenges this view, arguing that the bombings, when Japan was on its knees, were the culmination of a strategic Allied air war on enemy civilians that began in Germany. He also gives powerful witness to the destruction through the eyes of eighty survivors, from 12-year-olds forced to work in war factories to wives and children who faced it alone.
Foundation: A History of England
Peter Ackroyd $34.99 pb
The first volume in Peter Ackroyd’s six-part history of England ranges from the time that England was first settled, more than 15,000 years ago, to the death in 1509 of King Henry VII, the first Tudor monarch. Ackroyd provides glimpses of Neolithic England, Roman rule, the Dark Ages and moves on to the glories of medieval England: the great churches and monasteries and its common law. His approach covers both the history of royalty and their battles and also details of everyday life as it was lived: the houses people lived in, their forms of worship and trade and their understanding of the world about them.
Jerusalem, Jerusalem: How the Ancient City Ignited our Modern World
James Carroll $35.00 pb
For millennia, Jerusalem has been the meeting point of religion and culture, traditionalism and modernity, and the apparently inevitable violence that erupts over a particular faith’s exclusive claim to the city. James Carroll gives a balanced account of the city of King David—one centred on the concept of “sacred violence” as a path to redemption, a vision long engendered by Jerusalem and all that it represents. He also analyses and interprets the intersections of history, theology, philosophy, and popular culture in a way that offers hope of an emerging religion that “celebrates life, not death.”
Geoffrey Blainey $45.00 hb
A Short History of Christianity
A Short History of Christianity vividly describes many of the significant players in the religion's rise and fall through the ages, from Jesus himself to Francis of Assisi, Martin Luther, Francis Xavier, and John Wesley. Geoffrey Blainey takes the reader into the world of the mainstream worshippers—the housewives, the stonemasons—and traces the rise of the critics of Christ and his followers. Eminently readable, and written with Blainey's characteristic curiosity and story-telling skill, this book often places Christianity at the centre of world history. Will it remain near the centre? Blainey points out again and again that its history is a much-repeated story of ups and downs.
Leningrad: Tragedy of a City Under Siege
Anna Reid $49.99 hb
On 8 September 1941 Leningrad was surrounded. The siege would not be lifted for two and a half years and as many as two million Soviet lives would be lost. Had the city fallen, the history of the Second World War would have been very different. Leningrad is a gripping narrative history interwoven with personal stories. Anna Reid answers many of the previously unanswered questions about the siege: how good a job did Leningrad’s leadership do? How much was Stalin’s and Moscow’s wariness of westernleaning Leningrad a contributing factor? How close did Leningrad come to falling into German hands? And, above all, how did those who lived through it survive?
Double Entry: How the Merchants of Venice Shaped the Modern World
Jane Gleeson-White $29.99 pb
The rise and metamorphosis of double-entry bookkeeping is one of history’s best-kept secrets and one of its most important untold tales. It made possible the wealth and cultural efflorescence that was the Renaissance. It also enabled capitalism to flourish, so changing the economies of the world forever. Over several centuries it grew into a sophisticated system of numbers which now governs the global economy. As Guardian journalist Jonathan Watts wrote in October 2010: “So it has come to this. The global biodiversity crisis is so severe that brilliant scientists, political leaders, eco-warriors, and religious gurus can no longer save us from ourselves. The military are powerless. But there may be one last hope for life on earth: accountants.”
A More Perfect Heaven
Dava Sobel $35.00 hb
During the 1530s, rumours of a potentially revolutionary theory of how the heavens worked began to spread throughout Europe. The architect of this theory was a Polish cleric named Nicolaus Copernicus. In 1539 a young German mathematician, Georg Joachim Rheticus, met Copernicus. Rheticus arranged for the publication of De Revolutionibus Orbium Coelestium (On the Revolutions of the Celestial Spheres)—legend has it Copernicus received a copy on his deathbed. This book would forever change the way we thought about our place in the universe. Dava Sobel chronicles the history of the Copernican Revolution, relating the story of astronomy from Aristotle to the Middle Ages.
Peter Englund $49.99 hb
The Beauty and the Sorrow
Award-winning historian Peter Englund describes the experiences of war of twenty ordinary people from around the world. He explores the everyday aspects of war: not only the tragedy and horror, but also the absurdity, monotony and even beauty. Two of these twenty will perish, two will become prisoners of war, two will become celebrated heroes and two others end up as physical wrecks. One of them will go mad; another will never hear a shot fired. Following soldiers and sailors, nurses and government workers from Britain, Russia, Germany, Australia and South America, Englund reconstructs their feelings, impressions, experiences and moods. His book brings this epoch-making event back to its smallest component, the individual.
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Into The Silence: The Great War, Mallory and the Conquest of Everest
Wade Davis $35.00 pb
On June 6, 1924, two men set out from a camp perched at 23,000 feet just below the lip of Mount Everest’s North Col. George Mallory was Britain’s finest climber; Sandy Irvine was a young Oxford scholar with little previous mountaineering experience. Neither of them returned. Wade Davis vividly re-creates the British climbers’ epic attempts to scale Mount Everest in the early 1920s. Davis shows how the exploration originated in nineteenth-century imperial ambitions, and he goes far beyond the Himalayas to the trenches of World War I, where Mallory and his generation found their world utterly shattered. The Everest expeditions, led by these scions of Britain’s elite, emerged as a symbol of national redemption and hope.
A Point of View
Clive James $32.99 pb
The BBC Radio 4 series, A Point of View, has been on the air since 2007. It has had a variety of presenters who have talked for ten minutes about anything that has captured their imagination, piqued their interest, or just downright incensed them that week. Of all the presenters, Clive James was a clear favourite, and now, for the first time, his original pieces—sixty in total— and all new postscripts are collected together in one volume. Essentially a chronicle of life in twenty-first century Britain, Clive James A Point of View is informed and informative, thoughtful and thought-provoking— but above all, entertaining.
Ranulph Fiennes $32.99 pb
In My Heroes Ranulph Fiennes writes about the people who have inspired him—from explorers to policemen, families to freedom fighters. Fiennes is often asked: ‘Who inspired you to do all the crazy things you’ve done?’ For the first time he explores this idea by revealing his own personal heroes and what lessons their actions have taught him in his own often hazardous profession. This book describes the extraordinary and often horrific events that led to these ordinary individuals becoming Ranulph’s great heroes; from a polar survivor to a knifed-and-beaten policeman, from a woman missionary to a Special Forces soldier, Fiennes describes the people whose courage has set an example to the courageous.
Boomerang: Adventures of a Financial Disaster Tourist
Michael Lewis $39.95 hb
How exactly did the U.S. financial crisis come to hit the rest of the world in the face too? Michael Lewis took a trip around the European countries most affected to see how things had gone wrong. The cheap credit that rolled across the planet between 2002 and 2008 was more than a simple financial phenomenon: it was temptation, offering entire societies the chance to reveal aspects of their characters they could not normally afford to indulge. Icelanders wanted to stop fishing and become investment bankers. The Greeks wanted to turn their country into a piñata stuffed with cash and allow as many citizens as possible to take a whack. Michael Lewis’s investigation of bubbles across Europe is brilliantly, sadly hilarious.
Mawson and the Ice Men of the Heroic Age
Peter Fitzsimons $49.95 hb
On 2 December 1911, Mawson’s Australasian Antarctic Expedition left Hobart to explore the virgin frozen coastline below Australia. He was on his way to fulfil a dream he had conceived while on his first trip to the frozen continent under Sir Ernest Shackleton. Even as Mawson and his men were approaching Antarctica, Roald Amundsen and Scott of the Antarctic were already engaged in a race to become the first man to reach the South Pole. As Mawson and his men make their home on the windiest place on earth and prepare for their own record-breaking treks, the stories of Amundsen and Scott dramatically play out.
In Other Worlds: SF and the Human Imagination
Margaret Atwood $40.00 hb
Margaret Atwood lends her distinctive voice and singular point of view to the genre of Science Fiction in a series of essays that illuminates the essential truths about the modern world. In Other Worlds also includes some of Atwood’s key reviews and thoughts about the form. She elucidates the differences (as she sees them) between “science fiction” proper, and “speculative fiction,” as well as between “sword and sorcery/fantasy” and “slipstream fiction.” For all those readers who have loved The Handmaid’s Tale, Oryx and Crake, and The Year of the Flood, In Other Worlds is a must.
Mawson’s Forgotten Men
Heather Rossiter $32.95 pb
Tasmanian-born Charles Turnbull Harrisson (18671914) was one of the members of Douglas Mawson’s legendary Australasian Antarctic Expedition of 191114. Harrisson joined the expedition as a biologist and artist. The diary he kept from December 1911 to March 1913 has been transcribed and reproduced for the first time. Harrisson’s engaging narrative is complemented by his sketches and watercolour paintings of the landscape, as well as photographs of the men in the Western Base party. The 1911-1913 Antarctic Diary of Charles Turnbull Harrisson honours the daring spirit of these lesser known but equally audacious Antarctic explorers.
Women of Letters
Marieke Hardy & Michaela McGuire $29.95 pb
In a world of texts and Twitter, there is something of special value about a carefully composed letter. In homage to this most civilized of activities, Marieke Hardy and Michaela McGuire created the literary afternoons of Women of Letters. Some of Australia’s finest dames of stage, screen and page have delivered missives on a series of themes, collected here for the first time. And some gentlemen correspondents have been invited to put pen to paper in a letter ‘To the woman who changed my life’. By turns hilarious, moving and outrageous, this is a diverse and captivating tribute to the art of letter writing.
The Lost Photographs of Captain Scott
David M Wilson $55.00 hb
Captain Scott perished with four of his fellow explorers on their return from the South Pole in March 1912. Public opinion, based on entries in Scott’s diaries, turned him into an icon of courage in the face of impossible circumstances. During the final months of that journey Scott also took a series of breathtaking photographs: panoramas of the continent, superb depictions of mountains and formations of ice and snow, and photographs of the explorers on the polar trail. These photographs have finally been resurrected and are a humbling testament to the men whose graves still lie unmarked in the vastness of the Great Alone.
Quarterly Essay 41: The Happy Life: The Search for Contentment in the Modern World | David Malouf $19.95 pb
David Malouf returns to one of the most fundamental questions and gives it a modern twist: what makes for a happy life? He discusses new and old ways to talk about contentment and the self. He returns to the 'highest wisdom' of the classics, looks at how, thanks to Thomas Jefferson's way with words, happiness became a 'right', and examines joy in the flesh as depicted by Rubens and Rembrandt. “How is it, when the chief sources of human unhappiness, of misery and wretchedness, have largely been removed from our lives … that happiness still eludes so many of us?”
TRAVEL and THE ARTS
Paris: A Guide to the City’s Creative Heart Luminous: Celebrating 50 Years of the Australian Ballet
Luminous captures 50 years of The Australian Ballet in photographs, revealing dancers at work and at play, on stage and on tour, in rehearsals and in love, and the many creative artistes who nurtured its artistic vision. This handsome 360-page coffee table book features defining images and never-seenbefore photographs of the company, accompanied by essays from Australia’s leading arts writers.
Janelle McCulloch $49.99 hb
The city of love and light is one of the most enchanting in the world, but it also has a tendency to keep its best spots well hidden. After spending the last 20 years exploring the city, Janelle McCulloch has discovered all of Paris’ secret gems and shares them in this beautiful guide. From the stylish boutiques on Champs-Elysees to the irresistible cafes, tea salons and patisseries that make up the fabric of the city, you will find everything you need to have a true insider’s experience of Paris. Janelle McCulloch provides over 150 reviews of the most incredible and unusual shops, museums, markets, cafes and food stores.
The Australian Ballet $99.00 hb
Shannon Bennett’s France
Shannon Bennett $44.99 hb
Shannon Bennett, chef and owner of internationally renowned restaurant Vue de monde, explores the country he adores: France. Shannon and friends review all their favourites, from three-star restaurants to local bistros, from luxury hotels to rooms with a view. This unique guide includes Shannon’s perfect three-day break in Monte-Carlo as well as a sommelier’s tips on choosing the best French wines. And, of course, there are Shannon’s own recipes, for everything from Goose and Foie Gras Rillettes to Salade Lyonnaise and Gâteau Basque. Shannon Bennett’s France is the perfect way to start planning a dream holiday in the country that is unsurpassed for its fine culinary experiences. Shannon Bennett’s Paris out now in paperback $34.99
May Gibbs: More Than a Fairy Tale
Robert Holden & Jane Brummitt $49.95 hb
May Gibbs became one of Australia’s most wellknown and loved illustrators. Her gumnut babies have been adored by generations of children. Robert Holden and Jane Brummitt explore her early life and artistic career for the first time in detail. Her early paintings of wildflowers led her to discover the limitations of being a woman artist and she discovered that developing a commercial career in art was not going to be easy. One of the few women to become a commercial success, she did so by turning to fantasy and children’s illustration. This is a fascinating illustrated biography of a talented artist, complete with beautiful reproductions of May Gibbs’ work throughout.
The New Artisans: Handmade Designs for Contemporary Living
Olivier Dupon $49.95 hb
This book captures the new preference for the unique and the handmade. Olivier Dupon has sourced the cream of the contemporary design world from all over Europe, Australia and the United States, profiling 75 artisans who use craft techniques, rather than mass-production methods, to create stylish, whimsical, covetable objects. Hundreds of colour photographs feature a huge variety of crafts, including art, ceramics, furniture, glasswork, jewellery, lighting, metalwork, paper craft, textiles and woodwork. Complete with a directory of products, and Dupon’s personal recommendations for inspiring shops and websites to visit, this is the perfect resource for discovering unique and beautiful objects from all around the world.
Erich Lessing & Vincent Pomarede $89.99 hb
All 2,954 paintings on display in the permanent painting collection of the Louvre are presented in full colour in this beautiful slip-cased book, which comes with a supportive DVD-ROM. Four hundred of the most iconic paintings are highlighted with discussions on the key attributes of the work, what to look for when viewing the painting, biographical information on the artist, the artist’s impact on art history, and more. All the paintings are fully annotated with the name of the painting and artist, the date of the work, the medium that was used, the size of the painting, and the room in the Louvre in which the painting is found.
The Art Museum
Phaidon $225.00 hb
This revolutionary and unprecedented virtual art museum features 1,000 oversized pages of over 2,700 works of art. It was created with a global team of specialists in all fields of art who have collected together important works as they might be displayed in the ideal museum for the art lover. The book is organized by innovative colour-coded “galleries,” “rooms, “corridors” and “special exhibitions” which display hundreds of works that tell the history of world art. With in-depth text throughout, a comprehensive glossary and detailed location maps, The Art Museum is accessible for everyone from casual art fans to experts in the field.
Nomad: Bringing Your Travels Home
Sibella Court $59.95 hb
In her latest book Sibella Court shows us how to bring our travels home with us in the most unexpected of ways. She travelled to Syria, Mexico, Italy, India and Japan to be inspired by everything from door knobs and street signs to roadside shrines and household brooms. In Nomad, the ideas, photographs and mementos she collected are used to inspire room settings, illustrating simple, practical and surprising ways to be reminded of your travel experiences. Her approach is about adding and subtracting, rearranging and recycling, transforming and rethinking to make interior spaces that reflect your personality, experiences and lifestyle.
John Bell $39.99 hb
In On Shakespeare, John Bell, actor and director, a man who thinks, breathes and interprets Shakespeare’s canon every day of his life, gives his response to the many questions he is asked about the Bard. After many years of reading, performing and directing Shakespeare with the Bell Shakespeare Company, John Bell offers a unique ‘backstage pass’ to the histories, tragedies, comedies and romances and a memorable insight into the sonnets. John Bell’s passionate relationship with Shakespeare informs and deepens our understanding of the man and his works. On Shakespeare is a vivid, accessible and fascinating book that confirms Shakespeare’s enduring relevance to our lives.
Defining Contemporary Art: 25 Years in 200 Pivotal Artworks
Phaidon $89.95 hb
Assembled and written by eight of the most prominent curators working today, all of whom have both witnessed and shaped the period, Defining Contemporary Art tells the story of the two hundred pivotal artworks of the past twentyfive years. These artworks include not only the most talked about pieces but also the quietly influential works, those which may have been overlooked at the time of their making but which went on to change the paradigm of their era. Arranged year by year, these two hundred works provide a true chronological depiction of creativity in our era, forming a mosaic in which readers may find their own patterns.
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