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The Perfect Archive
At the core of the dry and purposeful language of Library Science and the Rules...
Bewilderness explores urban and suburban wildernesses-- threshold places--in a darkly comedic, surreal set of prose...
Itzel I: A Tlatelolco Awakening
The first of a two-part novel, Itzel I tells the story of three disparate characters...
Colours to the Chameleon: Canadian Actors on Shakespeare
The first work of its kind in Canada, this book explores 11 first-rate actors' perceptions...
Charlotte--a gifted but broken jazz singer--has found security and support under the roof of an...
Canticles II: MMXIX
Canticles is a lyric-styled epic. This second testament--Canticles II (MMXIX) and the forthcoming Canticles II...
Socrates looked expectantly to the afterlife, when he would be able to converse with the wisest of the honored dead. Jüri Talvet has elected not to wait, but instead to begin his conversations with the wise in this life. In these ten letters, Talvet has entered into conversation with one of those wise predecessors, Michel de Montaigne. Talvet's ruminations place contemporary issues into a long historical perspective, and a rich literary context. These letters offer an uncompromising critique of current global tendencies, but Talvet's critique is matched by -- or perhaps it is -- a vision of hope.
Ten Letters to Montaigne

H.L. Hix, Jüri Talvet
Ten Letters to Montaigne
An Idea About My Dead Uncle
Sleepless Nights and Days of Glory
How to Tell if Your Frog Is Dead: Stories
Asylum/ Ransomed: Breaking the Fourth Wall
Mother's Genius
The Long Bond: Selected and New Poems
Help Me, Rhonda & Other Stories
Thirteen Ways of Crossing the Piazza: Collected Poems
Telescope: A Story Cycle
Gauguin's Moon
Mad Hatter
Footprints of Dark Energy