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 new selection of essays by Oscar Wilde, introduced by Gyles Brandreth, show-cases the varied aspects of his genius.
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
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