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Date With Destiny
In this collection of ten short stories, the main characters -- women between the ages...
The Stalinist's Wife
Louise Aubert leaves Mathieu Lord when he joins the Stalinist party. Fifteen years later, she...
Aknos and Other Poems
This selection is the first-time translation of Caccia's poetry which appeared in the original French-language...
The Tangible Word
The four texts brought together for the first time in this volume as The Tangible...
Intimate Dialogues
There are two of them, she and he. They live together. She would like to...
In the Claws of the Cat
In a small town like Chesterville, homicides are as rare as government grants. So it's...
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
French Poets of Today
The Films of Jacques Tati
The Night Will Be Insistent: Selected Poems 1987-2002
For the Baptism of Our Fragments
Broke City
Estonian Elegy: Selected Poems
We Come From The Same Light
The Alchemy of the Body and Other Poems
The Inventor of the Horse
Life Stories
Mirrors of Absence