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When Mary-Rose MacColl gave birth to her much-longed-for son, mothering him triggered memories and feelings hidden for over twenty years.
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A collection of essays and speeches by Stefan Zweig from the 1930s and 1940s on the theme of the need for European unity - of great relevance today.
Frederick Douglass, introduced by Eric Ashley Hairston
Former slave and abolitionist Frederick Douglass, in his own words.
The bestselling diaries of WWII in Tuscany, and the struggle to save the children and the rural way of life.
The lucidly written memoir of Iris Origo, the writer of the bestselling War in Val D'Orcia.
Format: Hard Cover
A celebration of some of the influential and inspiring women who have changed the world through their lives, work and actions.
The first full-scale literary trial in Britain's history - re-counted by the ever-charming and inimitable Sybille Bedford.
A unique and personal record of the Second World War
Fascinating, brilliant and angry: the tale of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show and the tragic fate of its Native American participants
An enthralling, elegant, emotional account of a journey into exile, by the wonderful Teffi