February Newsletter & New Arrivals+

Ah, February. If the cold of the month won’t get to you, the mid-month consumerism in the name of romance will. Makes it a prime time of your life for reading no less, and the shop is providing new, exciting things to check out. Myself, I’ll be hunkering down with the Melville House edition of Miguel de Cervantes’ The Dialogue of the Dogs; all the satire of Don Quixote in a story (I suspect) to be reminiscent of Jack London’s Call of the Wild. Can’t wait.

Below you’ll find our New Arrivals plus some extras, and a link to download our February Newsletter. If you would like to subscribe to our newsletter, send us an email at argobookshop [at] gmail [dot] com

New Arrivals+

Lars Iyer’s Exodus
F. Scott Fitzgerald‘s The Diamond as Big as the Ritz
William Gerhardie‘s The Polyglots
Shrodinger‘s What is Life?
Noam Chomsky‘s The Science of Language: Interviews
Kenzaburo Oe‘s A Personal Matter
Sergio Chejfec‘s My Two Worlds
Andrezej Szczeklik‘s Kore: On Sickness, the Sick and the Search for the Soul of Medicine
Macedonio Fernandez‘s The Museum of Eterna’s Novel (The First Good Novel)
Viktor Shklovsky‘s A Hunt for Optimism
Stephen King‘s On Writing (a new paperback edition)
Thomas King‘s The Inconvenient Indian

Marguerite Duras‘s The Sailor From Gibraltar
Jakov Lind‘s Landscape In Concrete
E. Blagrave‘s Tilt


You can find our newsletter for February with this link: Argo Bookshop Newsletter – February 2013

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