Books published by Granta Books

Granta 123

Granta Books (UK) | April 18, 2013 | 256 pages
Kazuo Ishiguro, Pat Barker, Julian Barnes, Alan Hollinghurst, David Mitchell, Salmon Rushdie, Zadie Smith, Rose Tremain, Will Self, Jeannette Winterson…long before they were household names, they were Granta Best of Young British Novelists. With each new list – in 1983, 1993, and 2003 – came... More Info

Convictions

Granta Books (UK) | July 20, 1979 | 219 pages
Jo Langer and her husband Oscar were committed communists; she Hungarian, he Slovakian. During the Second World War the couple, both Jewish, escaped to America. Most members of their extended family were murdered in the Holocaust. After the war, they returned to Czechoslovakia to help build... More Info

Granta 122

Granta Books | March 12, 2013 | 264 pages
In the world of the future, people exist in a perpetual state of rehearsing evacuations, and one man's rehearsal involves leaving his parents behind. A firespotter knows all too well that where there's smoke, there's fire ? but fails to spot the blaze that consumes half her family. Then there's the... More Info

Looking for Transwonderland

Granta Books (UK) | March 1, 2012 | 272 pages
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Machiavelli's Lawn

Granta Books (UK) | April 1, 2011 | 144 pages
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Sartre's Sink

Granta Books | October 6, 2008 | 137 pages
For too long DIY books have suffered the neglect of the literary Establishment. Finally, here in one volume, are the essential DIY tips of the world's greatest writers. Dostoyevsky tells of a young man employed by an elderly lady to retile her bathroom; Caesar puts up a shelf for his rebellious... More Info

One Day I Will Write About This Place

Granta Books (UK) | January 1, 2012 | 320 pages
In this vivid and compelling debut memoir, acclaimed Kenyan Caine Prize winner Wainaina takes readers through his school days, his mother's religious period, his failed attempt to study in South Africa as a computer programmer, a moving family reunion in Uganda, and his travels around Kenya.  More Info

Scapegoat

Granta Books | August 1, 2011 | 288 pages
"In Scapegoat, Katharine Quarmby looks behind the headlines to trace the history of disability and our discomfort with disabled people, from Greek and Roman culture through the Industrial Revolution and the origins of Britain's asylum system to the eugenics movement and the Holocaust, the... More Info

Book Of Dead Philosophers, The

Granta Books (UK) | December 21, 2009 | 336 pages
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