The Star Rover was Jack London's eighth and last novel, now recognised as one of his best, inspired by his friend Ed Morrell, who had spent five years in solitary confinement in San Quentin.
Belgium's classic folk tale, equalling Don Quixote and Pantagruel.
A disturbing story of frustration and distress, the common lot of the prisoner, the physically disabled and the elderly.
An outstanding story of old Russia and one of Gogol's greatest achievements.
Morris's first novel, unfinished and never previously published.
The exciting story of the virtual destruction of the American labour and socialist movements by big business and the military.
An hilarious satire of male society by a celebrated Norwegian writer.
His second novel, based on experiences in China during the 1920s.
The ant-war classic by the highly acclaimed American screen writer.
A story of emotional and sexual tension, set in middle-class Victorian society.