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    In November 2019, Paul B. Preciado was invited to speak in front of 3,500 psychoanalysts at the École de la Cause Freudienne’s annual conference. Causing a veritable outcry among the assembly, Preciado called for a radical transformation of psychoanalytic discourse and practices, denouncing its complicity with the ideology of sexual difference. 

  • By Joshua Cohen
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    Mixing fiction with non-fiction, the campus novel with the lecture, The Netanyahus is a wildly inventive, genre-bending comedy of blending, identity, and politics – ‘An Account of A Minor and Ultimately Even Negligible Episode in the History of a Very Famous Family’ that finds Joshua Cohen at the height of his powers.

  • By Polly Barton
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    Fifty Sounds is a personal dictionary of the Japanese language, recounting her life as an outsider in Japan. Irreverent, humane, witty and wise, Fifty Sounds is an exceptional debut about the quietly revolutionary act of learning, speaking, and living in another language.

  • By Agust?n Fern?ndez Mallo
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    Written in three parts The Things We’ve Seen is a dazzling and anarchic exploration of social relations.

  • By Annie Ernaux
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    In her spare, stark style, Annie Ernaux’s Simple Passion documents the desires and indignities of a human heart ensnared in an all-consuming passion.

  • By Maria Stepanova
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    With the death of her aunt, Maria Stepanova is left to sift through an apartment full of faded photographs, old postcards, diaries, and heaps of souvenirs: a withered repository of a century of life in Russia. Carefully reassembled, these shards tell the story of how a seemingly ordinary Jewish family managed to survive the twentieth century.

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    By Brian Dillon
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    Suppose a Sentence is a critical and personal reflection on the art of the sentence in literature.

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    Drawing from personal experience, Despentes shatters received ideas about rape and prostitution, and explodes common attitudes about sex and gender. King Kong Theory is a manifesto for a new punk feminism, reissued here in a brilliant new translation by Frank Wynne.

  • By Fernanda Melchor
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    Written with an infernal lyricism that is as affecting as it is enthralling, Hurricane Season, Fernanda Melchor’s first novel to appear in English, is a formidable portrait of contemporary Mexico and its demons, brilliantly translated by the award-winning translator Sophie Hughes.

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    In `prose that glides and shimmies and pivots on risky metaphors, low puns and highbrow reference points’ (Brian Dillon, Frieze), Ian Penman’s first book in twenty years is cause for celebration.

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    Blending personal memoir with reportage, Surrender is a narrative nonfiction work on the changing landscape of the West and the scavenger, rewilder and ecosexual communities, inspired by a two-year stay in Montana.

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    An essay on being stuck, and its opposites, by the author of Pretentiousness: Why it Matters.

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    A wide-ranging, thought-provoking, and rule-bending selection of non-fiction from Joshua Cohen, ‘a major American writer’ (New York Times) – a powerful and fresh work of social criticism, examining the ways we can reclaim the power of attention in an age of constant distraction.

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    Over the course of the chronicles and literary essays that make up this volume, Alejandro Zambra outlines his own particular theory of reading.

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    An essay with the reach and momentum of a novel, Kate Briggs’s This Little Art is a genre-bending song for the practice of literary translation, offering fresh, fierce and timely thinking on reading, writing and living with the works of others.