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[BHE 415] NYRB Winter 2020 Sale

NYRB Winter 2020 Sale!

Myra here.

I have subscribed to the NYRB email list, and so I receive updates whenever there is a massive book sale, the most recent one being their Winter 2020 sale. Since the timing last March was just right for my birthday, I thought it would be good to include a few titles for my birthday book haul.

The thing is, only US deliveries are for free at over 50 USD purchase. Hence, I have the babies delivered to my sister-in-law in California and would only physically receive them when we see each other, hopefully, during the summer when the Covid-19 scare is over? Difficult to plan during such uncertain times.

NYRB Winter 2020 Sale

The Life Of Lazarillo De Tormes by Anonymous and translated by W. S. Merwin with an Introduction by Juan Goytisolo (Amazon | Book Depository),

Memed My Hawk by Yashar Kemal and Translated by Edouard Roditi (Amazon | Book Depository),

Riders In The Chariot by Patrick White with an Introduction by David Malouf (Amazon | Book Depository),

A High Wind In Jamaica by Richard Hughes with an Introduction by Francine Prose (Amazon | Book Depository),

The Letter Killers Club by Sigizmund Krzhizhanovsky and translated by Joanne Turnbull and Introduction by Caryl Emerson (Amazon | Book Depository),

His Only Son by Leopoldo Alas and Translated by Margaret Jull Costa (Amazon | Book Depository),

Friend Of My Youth by Amit Chaudhuri (Amazon | Book Depository),

My Friends by Emmanuel Bove and Translated by Janet Louth (Amazon | Book Depository),

Are you an NYRB Reader too? What are the books that managed to find you over the past few weeks?

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