Three extraordinary writers reflect on the condition of exile. ‘Home is not a physical place but a mobile need; wherever one is, home is always to be found somewhere else.’ – Richard Sennett
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This popular book of essays by Oscar Wilde is introduced by Gyles Brandreth. Making an ideal gift book for fans of his work, this collection showcases the aphorisms, genius and wit of Oscar Wilde.
In this lyrical essay, Gunn explores the ideas of home and belonging – and of her own deep connection to a place where every flower and gatepost seems embroidered with the memory of some story or an...
Sennett explores displacement through two vibrant historical moments: mid 19th-century Paris and the Jewish Ghetto of Renaissance Venice - uncovering surprising consequences.
As the great sociologist Richard Sennett writes, ‘Home is not a physical place but a mobile need; wherever one is, home is always to be found somewhere else.’ Three extraordinary writers reflect on the condition of exile.
Beautiful and Impossible Things: Selected Essays of Oscar Wilde, Introduced by Gyles Brandreth
The Foreigner: Two Essays on Exile by Richard Sennett
My Katherine Mansfield Project by Kirsty Gunn
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