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Everyone knows the New York Review Books as a literary magazine, but that's not all. The fact is that they didn't stop there and apart from the weekly publication the brand is also embedded on the cover of a set of different books published and organized in different assemblages: the NYRB Classics, the NYRB Collections and the New York Review Children's Collection.
NYRB Classics, the one shown above and available now at Bloom, is an innovative list of outstanding fiction and nonfiction from all ages and around the world. Beginning in 1999 with the publication of Richard Hughes's High Wind in Jamaica, more than 200 NYRB Classics have been published. They include new translations of canonical figures such as Euripides, Dante, Balzac, and Chekhov; fiction by modern and contemporary masters such as Vasily Grossman, Mavis Gallant, and Upamanyu Chatterjee; tales of crime and punishment by George Simenon and Kenneth Fearing; masterpieces of narrative history and literary criticism, poetry, travel writing, biography, cookbooks, memoirs, and unclassifiable classics on the order of J. R. Ackerley's My Dog Tulip and Robert Burton's The Anatomy of Melancholy. Published in handsome uniform trade paperback editions, almost all NYRB Classics also feature an introduction by an outstanding writer, scholar, or critic of our day. Taken as a whole, NYRB Classics may be considered a series of books of unrivaled variety and quality for discerning and adventurous readers.

That's it. For now on you can find them in Macau and we guaranty you that each of them is a stunning piece of machinery that you can fly at the pace of your imagination and take the trip of your dreams. Something you cannot find anywhere else. Not even in one hundred Venetians, two thousand Luxury Jets, or even at the Internet. In a book there's no sky. There's no limit. And it's so easy! Just come and get one!

1 Comment:

  1. Su said...
    Just by looking at them these books are amazing!

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