Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?
Dimensions of Monstrosity in Self's and Winterson's novels
Jeanette Du Fun with Ancient Chinese Poems in Multimedia / Древне-Китайская поэзия. Мультимедиа сборник (+CD+DVD) (книга на китайском языке)
Oranges are Not the Only Fruit
Joe Bonamassa Joe Bonamassa - Driving Towards The Daylight
There But for the
Oranges are Not the Only Fruit Anniversary Edition
Oranges Are Not the Only Fruit
Jeanette Winterson Sel pikal ajal. Hogart Shakespeare´i sari
Сет В. Золотые ворота. Часть I / The Golden Gate (комплект из 2 книг)
Channel And Gate Engineered Double Gate MOSFET
Daylight for Office Buildings
Ali Smith, twice shortlisted for both the Man Booker and the Orange Prizes, is back with the sparkling There but for the. There once was a man who, one night between the main course and the sweet at a dinner party, went upstairs and locked himself in one of the bedrooms of the house of the people who were giving the dinner party. As time passes by and the consequences of this stranger's actions ripple outwards, touching the owners, the guests, the neighbours and the whole country, so Ali Smith draws us into a beautiful, strange place where everyone is so much more than they at first appear. There but for the has been hailed as one of the best books of 2011 by Jeanette Winterson, A.S. Byatt, Patrick Ness, Sebastian Barry, Boyd Tonkin, Erica Wagner and Nick Barley. Dazzlingly inventive' A.S. Byatt Whimsically devastating. Playful, humorous, serious, profoundly clever and profoundly affecting' Guardian A real gem' Erica Wagner, The Times Eccentric, adventurous, intoxicating, dazzling. This is a novel with serious ambitions that remains huge fun to read' Literary Review If you liked Smith's earlier fiction, you will know that she enjoys setting up a situation before chucking in a literary Molotov cocktail then describing what happens' Sunday Express Wonderful, word-playful, compelling' Jeanette Winterson Smith can make anything happen, which is why she is one of our most exciting writers today' Daily Telegraph I take my hat off to Ali Smith. Her writing lifts the soul' Evening Standard Ali Smith is the author of novels Girl Meets Boy, Like and the bestsellers The Accidental and Hotel World. She has published the short story collections The First Person and Other Stories, Free Love and Other Stories, Other Stories and Other Stories and The Whole Story and Other Stories. She has been twice-shortlisted for the Man Booker Prize, twice nominated for the Orange Prize and won the Whitbread Novel of the Year in 2005.