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  • Black Shore

    By Joseph O'Neill

    Our Price: $15.00
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780838754313
    • Publisher: Bucknell University Press
    • Published: June 2000
    Final novel of the Irish historical novelist written in 1947-48.
  • Netherland

    By Joseph O'Neill

    Our Price: $8.95
    Kindle Price: $11.99
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780307377043
    • Publisher: Pantheon Books
    • Published: May 2008
    This mesmerizing, powerfully felt novel about a man trying to make his way in an America of shattered hopes and values gives readers both a flawlessly drawn picture of a little-known New York and a story of much larger and brilliantly achieved ambitions: the grand strangeness and fading promise of 21st-century America from an outsider's vantage point, if, in fact, it is a vantage point. Most immediately, Netherland is the story of one man - of a marriage foundering and recuperating in its mystery and ordinariness, of the shallows and depths of male friendship, of mourning and memory. And, even more to the point, of the struggle for meaning that governs any single life. 272p.
  • Netherland

    By Joseph O'Neill

    Our Price: $7.50
    Kindle Price: $11.99
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780307388773
    • Publisher: Vintage Contemporaries
    • Published: May 2009
    Winner of the PEN/Faulkner Award. In a New York City made phantasmagorical by the events of 9/11, Hans - a banker originally from the Netherlands - finds himself marooned and left alone after his English wife and son return to London. He stumbles upon the vibrant New York subculture of cricket, through which he revisits his lost childhood and, thanks to a friendship with a charismatic Trinidadian named Chuck, begins to reconnect with his life and his adopted country,- an emergent, unforgettable portrait of an 'other' New York populated by immigrants and strivers of every race and nationality. A New York Times Book Review Best Book of the Year.
  • Netherland (French Edition)

    By Joseph O'Neill

    Our Price: $4.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9782757819425
    • Publisher: Pantheon Books
    • Published: August 2010
  • The Actual

    By Saul Bellow

    Our Price: $14.00
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780143105848
    • Publisher: Penguin Books
    • Published: October 2009
    Here, Nobel laureate Bellow writes comically and wisely about the tenacious claims of first love. Harry Trellman, an aging, astute businessman, has never belonged anywhere: not in the Chicago orphanage where he was sent by his mother, not in high school (too brainy), not even on the streets. As for his human attachments, they are like everything else in his life, singular and irregular. But Harry's observational talents have not gone unnoticed by billionaire Sigmund Adelsky, who retains Harry as his advisor on human affairs. As it turns out, this is much to Harry's good fortunate, especially concerning his forty-year passion for twice-divorced Amy Wustrin. 80p.
  • The Dog

    By Joseph O'Neill

    Our Price: $15.95
    • Format: Paperback
    • ISBN-13: 9780307472946
    • Publisher: Vintage Contemporaries
    • Published: June 2015
    In this extraordinary, both comic and philosophically profound novel, the acclaimed author of Netherland uncovers the hidden contours of a glittering Middle Eastern city—and the quiet dilemmas of modernity. When our unnamed hero, a self-sabotaging and oddly existential lawyer, finds his life in New York falling apart, he seizes an opportunity to flee to Dubai, taking a mysterious job for a fabulously wealthy Lebanese family. As he struggles with his position as the “family officer” of the capricious Batros brothers, he also struggles with the “doghouse,” a condition of culpability in which he feels trapped, even as he composes endless electronic correspondence—both sent and unsent—in an attempt to find a way out. 256p.
  • The Dog

    By Joseph O'Neill

    Our Price: $12.95
    • Format: Hardcover
    • ISBN-13: 9780307378231
    • Publisher: Pantheon
    • Published: September 2014
    Leaving New York in the wake of a breakup to take a job in a futuristic Dubai at the height of its metropolitan self-invention, a young man struggles with growing feelings of being trapped while navigating the eccentricities of his wealthy employers.

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