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The man who saw everything

Author: Levy, Deborah
Type: Book - XX(1740946.1)
Year: 2019
"An electrifying and audacious novel about beauty, envy, and carelessness by Deborah Levy, two-time Man Booker Prize finalist. It is 1988 and Saul Adler, a narcissistic young historian, has been...
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The cost of living

Author: Levy, Deborah
Type: Book - 828.914 LEVY
Year: 2018
Following the acclaimed Things I Don't Want to Know, Deborah Levy returns to the subject of her life in letters. The Cost of Living reveals a writer in radical flux, considering what it means to...
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Swimming home

Author: Levy, Deborah
Type: Book - LEVY SHORT STORIES
Year: 2017
Selected for the 2012 Man Booker Prize shortlist. As he arrives with his family at the villa in the hills above Nice, Joe sees a body in the swimming pool. But the girl is very much alive. She is...
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Hot milk

Author: Levy, Deborah
Type: Book - LEVY
Year: 2016
"I have been sleuthing my mother's symptoms for as long as I can remember. If I see myself as an unwilling detective with a desire for justice, is her illness an unsolved crime? If so, who is...
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Things I don't want to know : a response to George Orwell's 1946 essay 'Why I write'

Author: Levy, Deborah
Type: Book - 824.92 LEVY
Year: 2014
This book presents a response to George Orwell's 'Why I Write'. Taking Orwell's famous list of motives for writing as the jumping-off point for a sequence of reflections on the writing...
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Black vodka : ten stories

Author: Levy, Deborah.
Type: Book - LEVY SHORT STORIES
Year: 2013
'Kissing you is like new paint and old pain. It is like coffee and car alarms and a dim stairway and a stain and it's like smoke.' ('Placing a Call') How does love change us? And...
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Swimming home [large print]

Author: Levy, Deborah.
Type: Book - Large Print - LP LEVY
Year: 2012
Swimming Home is a subversive page-turner, a merciless gaze at the insidious harm that depression can have on apparently stable, well-turned-out people. Set in a summer villa, the story is tautly...
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