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Against Nature (riverrun editions) - a new translation of the compulsively readable cult classic (Paperback): Joris-Karl... Against Nature (riverrun editions) - a new translation of the compulsively readable cult classic (Paperback)
Joris-Karl Huysmans; Translated by Theo Cuffe; Contributions by Luc Sante 1
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The cult novel of fin de siecle decadence that inspired Oscar Wilde 'It will be biggest fiasco of the year - but I don't give a damn! It will be something nobody has ever done before.' The title page of the first complete English translation of Against Nature (published in the French as A Rebours) included the caption 'the book that Dorian Gray loved and inspired Oscar Wilde.' It was, declared Wilde, one of the best novels he had ever read. It is the story of Jean des Esseintes, the last of a proud and noble family, who retreats from the world in disgust at bourgeois society and leads a life based on cultivation of the senses through art. Des Esseintes distills perfumes from the rarest oils and essences, he creates a garden of poisonous flowers, sets gemstones in a tortoise's gold-painted shell and plans to corrupt a street urchin until he is degraded enough to commit murder. Des Esseintes' aesthetic pilgrimage is described in minutely documented realistic detail and was widely regarded as the guidebook of decadence. This influential novel is now available in a new translation by Theo Cuffe and includes a preface by Luc Sante.

Stanley Kubrick Photographs. Through a Different Lens (English, French, German, Hardcover): Luc Sante, Sean Corcoran, Donald... Stanley Kubrick Photographs. Through a Different Lens (English, French, German, Hardcover)
Luc Sante, Sean Corcoran, Donald Albrecht 1
R1,270 R962 Discovery Miles 9 620 Save R308 (24%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

Before becoming the critically acclaimed filmmaker responsible for such iconic films as Dr. Strangelove and The Shining, Stanley Kubrick spent five years as a photographer for Look magazine. The Bronx native joined the staff in 1945, when he was only 17 years old, and shot humanist slice-of-life features that celebrate and expose New York City and its inhabitants.Through a Different Lens reveals the keen and evocative vision of a burgeoning creative genius in a range of feature stories and images, from everyday folk at the laundromat to a day in the life of a debutant, from a trip to the circus to Columbia University. Featuring around 300 images, many previously unseen, as well as rare Look magazine tear sheets, this release coincides with a major show at the Museum of the City of New York and includes an introduction by noted photography critic Luc Sante. These still photographs attest to Kubrick's innate talent for compelling storytelling, and serve as clear indicators of how this genius would soon transition to making some of the greatest movies of all time.

The Other Paris (Standard format, CD): Luc Sante The Other Paris (Standard format, CD)
Luc Sante; Narrated by Luc Sante
R608 R467 Discovery Miles 4 670 Save R141 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days
The Seventh (Paperback): Richard Stark The Seventh (Paperback)
Richard Stark; Foreword by Luc Sante
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Parker, the ruthless antihero of Richard Stark's eponymous mystery novels, is one of the most unforgettable characters in hardboiled noir. Lauded by critics for his taut realism, unapologetic amorality, and razor-sharp prose style--and adored by fans who turn each intoxicating page with increasing urgency--Stark is a master of crime writing, his books as influential as any in the genre. The University of Chicago Press has embarked on a project to return the early volumes of this series to print for a new generation of readers to discover--and become addicted to.

In "The Seventh," the heist of a college football game goes bad, and the take is stolen by a crazed, violent amateur. Parker must outrun the cops--and the killer--to retrieve his cash.

"Parker . . . lumbers through the pages of Richard Stark's noir novels scattering dead bodies like peanut shells. . . . In a complex world he] makes things simple."--William Grimes, "New York Times"

"Whatever Stark writes, I read. He's a stylist, a pro, and I thoroughly enjoy his attitude."--Elmore Leonard

"Westlake knows precisely how to grab a reader, draw him or her into the story, and then slowly tighten his grip until escape is impossible."--"Washington Post Book World"

"Donald Westlake's Parker novels are among the small number of books I read over and over. Forget all that crap you've been telling yourself about "War and Peace" and Proust--these are the books you'll want on that desert island."--Lawrence Block

The New York Trilogy - City of Glass; Ghosts; The Locked Room (Paperback): Paul Auster The New York Trilogy - City of Glass; Ghosts; The Locked Room (Paperback)
Paul Auster; Introduction by Luc Sante 1
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Paul Auster's signature work, "The New York Trilogy," consists of three interlocking novels: "City of Glass," "Ghosts," and "The Locked Room" - haunting and mysterious tales that move at the breathless pace of a thriller."City of Glass" - As a result of a strange phone call in the middle of the night, Quinn, a writer of detective stories, becomes enmeshed in a case more puzzling than any he might hace written"Ghosts"Blue, a student of Brown, has been hired to spy on Black. From a window of a rented house on Orange street, Blue stalks his subject, who is staring out of "his" window. "The Locked Room" - Fanshawe has disappeared, leaving behind his wife and baby and a cache of novels, plays, and poems. What happened? Features an introduction from Luc Sante and incredible cover illustrations by Pulitzer Prize-winning graphic artist Art Spiegelman, creator of "Maus "and "In the Shadow of No Towers".

Low Life - Lures and Snares of Old New York (Paperback): Luc Sante Low Life - Lures and Snares of Old New York (Paperback)
Luc Sante
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"A cacophonous poem of democracy and greed, like the streets of New York themselves." --John Vernon, Los Angeles Times Book Review

Luc Sante's Low Life is a portrait of America's greatest city, the riotous and anarchic breeding ground of modernity. This is not the familiar saga of mansions, avenues, and robber barons, but the messy, turbulent, often murderous story of the city's slums; the teeming streets--scene of innumerable cons and crimes whose cramped and overcrowded housing is still a prominent feature of the cityscape.

Low Life voyages through Manhattan from four different directions. Part One examines the actual topography of Manhattan from 1840 to 1919; Part Two, the era's opportunities for vice and entertainment--theaters and saloons, opium and cocaine dens, gambling and prostitution; Part Three investigates the forces of law and order which did and didn't work to contain the illegalities; Part Four counterposes the city's tides of revolt and idealism against the city as it actually was.

Low Life provides an arresting and entertaining view of what New York was actually like in its salad days. But it's more than simpy a book about New York. It's one of the most provocative books about urban life ever written--an evocation of the mythology of the quintessential modern metropplois, which has much to say not only about New York's past but about the present and future of all cities.

The Rare Coin Score (Paperback): Richard Stark The Rare Coin Score (Paperback)
Richard Stark; Foreword by Luc Sante
R251 R203 Discovery Miles 2 030 Save R48 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Parker, the ruthless antihero of Richard Stark's eponymous mystery novels, is one of the most unforgettable characters in hardboiled noir. Lauded by critics for his taut realism, unapologetic amorality, and razor-sharp prose style--and adored by fans who turn each intoxicating page with increasing urgency--Stark is a master of crime writing, his books as influential as any in the genre. The University of Chicago Press has embarked on a project to return the early volumes of this series to print for a new generation of readers to discover--and become addicted to.

"The""Rare Coin Score" features the first appearance of Claire, who will steal Parker's heister's heart--while together they steal two million dollars of rare coins.
"Parker . . . lumbers through the pages of Richard Stark's noir novels scattering dead bodies like peanut shells. . . . In a complex world he] makes things simple."--William Grimes, "New York Times"
"Whatever Stark writes, I read. He's a stylist, a pro, and I thoroughly enjoy his attitude."--Elmore Leonard
"Westlake knows precisely how to grab a reader, draw him or her into the story, and then slowly tighten his grip until escape is impossible."--"Washington Post Book World"
"Donald Westlake's Parker novels are among the small number of books I read over and over. Forget all that crap you've been telling yourself about "War and Peace" and Proust--these are the books you'll want on that desert island."--Lawrence Block

Annie Leibovitz. The Early Years, 1970-1983 (English, French, German, Book): Luc Sante, Jann S. Wenner Annie Leibovitz. The Early Years, 1970-1983 (English, French, German, Book)
Luc Sante, Jann S. Wenner; Photographs by Annie Leibovitz 1
R936 R720 Discovery Miles 7 200 Save R216 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

For more than half a century, Annie Leibovitz has been taking culture-defining photographs. Her portraits of politicians, performers, athletes, businesspeople, and royalty make up a gallery of our time, imprinted on our collective consciousness by both the singularity of their subjects and Leibovitz's inimitable style. The catalogue to an installation at the LUMA Foundation in Arles, France, Annie Leibovitz: The Early Years, 1970-1983 returns to Leibovitz's origins. It begins with a moment of artistic revelation: the spontaneous shot that made Leibovitz think she could transition from painting to photography as her area of study at the San Francisco Art Institute. The meticulously and personally curated collection, including contact sheets and Polaroids, provides a vivid document both of Leibovitz's development as a young artist and of a pivotal era. Leibovitz's reportage-like photo stories for Rolling Stone, which she began working for when she was still a student, record such heady political, cultural, and counter-cultural developments as the Vietnam War protests, the launch of Apollo 17, the presidential campaign of 1972, Richard Nixon's resignation in 1974, and the Rolling Stones on tour in 1975. Then, as now, Leibovitz won the trust of the prominent and famous, and the book's pages are animated by many familiar faces, among them Muhammad Ali, Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Ken Kesey, Patti Smith, Bruce Springsteen, Joan Didion, and Debbie Harry, as well as John Lennon and Yoko Ono, captured in their now iconic embrace just hours before Lennon was assassinated. Throughout the book, the portraits and reportage are linked to images of cars, driving, and even a series on California highway patrolmen. In many ways, it's a celebration of life on the road-the frenetic rhythms, the chance encounters, the meditative opportunities. And with its rich archival aspects, it is also a tribute to an earlier time and a young photographer enmeshed in a culture that was itself in transition.

The Handle (Paperback): Richard Stark The Handle (Paperback)
Richard Stark; Foreword by Luc Sante
R252 R204 Discovery Miles 2 040 Save R48 (19%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

Parker, the ruthless antihero of Richard Stark's eponymous mystery novels, is one of the most unforgettable characters in hardboiled noir. Lauded by critics for his taut realism, unapologetic amorality, and razor-sharp prose style--and adored by fans who turn each intoxicating page with increasing urgency--Stark is a master of crime writing, his books as influential as any in the genre. The University of Chicago Press has embarked on a project to return the early volumes of this series to print for a new generation of readers to discover--and become addicted to.

In "The Handle," Parker is enlisted by the mob to knock off an island casino guarded by speedboats and heavies, forty miles from the Texas coast." "

"Parker . . . lumbers through the pages of Richard Stark's noir novels scattering dead bodies like peanut shells. . . . In a complex world he] makes things simple."--William Grimes, "New York Times"

"Whatever Stark writes, I read. He's a stylist, a pro, and I thoroughly enjoy his attitude."--Elmore Leonard

"Westlake knows precisely how to grab a reader, draw him or her into the story, and then slowly tighten his grip until escape is impossible."--"Washington Post Book World"

"Donald Westlake's Parker novels are among the small number of books I read over and over. Forget all that crap you've been telling yourself about "War and Peace" and Proust--these are the books you'll want on that desert island."--Lawrence Block

The Other Paris - The People's City, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Paperback): Luc Sante The Other Paris - The People's City, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Paperback)
Luc Sante
R370 R264 Discovery Miles 2 640 Save R106 (29%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days
Mod Lib Maggie (Paperback, New Ed): Stephen Crane Mod Lib Maggie (Paperback, New Ed)
Stephen Crane; Introduction by Luc Sante
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This harrowing tale of a young girl in the slums is a searing portrayal of turn-of-the-century New York, and Stephen Crane's most innovative work. Published in 1893, when the author was just twenty-one, it broke new ground with its vivid characters, its brutal naturalism, and its empathic rendering of the lives of the poor. It remains both powerful, severe, and harshly comic (in Alfred Kazin's words) and a masterpiece of modern American prose.

This edition includes Maggie and George's Mother, Crane's other Bowery tales, and the most comprehensive available selection of Crane's New York journalism. All texts in this volume are presented in their definitive versions.

Kill All Your Darlings - Pieces, 1990-2005 (Paperback): Luc Sante Kill All Your Darlings - Pieces, 1990-2005 (Paperback)
Luc Sante
R376 R288 Discovery Miles 2 880 Save R88 (23%) Shipped within 7 - 12 working days

In this collection of stylish and cogent essays, cultural historian Luc Sante offers his incomparable take on icons from Arthur Rimbaud to Allen Ginsberg, Rudolph Giuliani to Robert Mapplethorpe, New York to New Jersey, Buddy Bolden to Bob Dylan, Magritte to Tintin, along with meditations on cigarettes, the invention of the blues, hipness, New Year's Eve, and more.

The Factory of Facts (Paperback, 1st Vintage Departures ed): Luc Sante The Factory of Facts (Paperback, 1st Vintage Departures ed)
Luc Sante
R351 R302 Discovery Miles 3 020 Save R49 (14%) Shipped within 7 - 11 working days

The acclaimed author of Low Life reinvents the memoir in a cunning, lyrical book that is at once a personal history and a meditation on the construction of identity.
Born in Belgium but raised in New Jersey, Luc Sante transformed himself from a pious, timid Belgian boy into a loutish American adolescent, who eschewed French while fantasizing about the pop star Francoise Hardy. To show how this transformation came about--and why it remained incomplete--The Factory of Facts combines family anecdote and ancestral legend; detailed forays into Belgian history, language, and religion; and deft synopses of the American character.

A Luta Continua: The Sylvio Perlstein Collection - Art and Photography from Dada to Now (Hardcover): Luc Sante, Matthieu... A Luta Continua: The Sylvio Perlstein Collection - Art and Photography from Dada to Now (Hardcover)
Luc Sante, Matthieu Humery, David Rosenberg, Sylvio Perlstein, Marc Payot
R911 R851 Discovery Miles 8 510 Save R60 (7%) Special order
Walker Evans (Paperback): Walker Evans Walker Evans (Paperback)
Walker Evans; Luc Sante 2
R122 R101 Discovery Miles 1 010 Save R21 (17%) Special order

This volume - investigating the work of a particular photographer, in this case, Walker Evans - comprises a 4000-word essay by an expert in the field, 55 photographs presented chronologically, each with a commentary, and a biography of the featured photographer.

Cabinet 14: The Doubles Issue (Paperback): Joseph Grigely Cabinet 14: The Doubles Issue (Paperback)
Joseph Grigely; Edited by Sina Najafi; Text written by Shelley Jackson, Alexander Nagel, John Strausbaugh, …
R201 R168 Discovery Miles 1 680 Save R33 (16%) Special order

On the theme of "the Doppelganger," Cabinet collaborates with "Kabinet, a Russian journal of art and cultural theory based in Saint Petersburg. The collaborative themed section includes a comparison of American astronauts and Soviet cosmonauts; Josiah McElheny on the cultural history of glass mirrors; Joseph Grigley on what trout teaches us about mimetic theories of representation; and an interview with Viktor Sukhodrev, who was, for 30 years, the top diplomatic translator in the Soviet Union, present in conversations between Khruschev and JFK, Carter and Brezhnev, etc. Also in this issue, Shelley Jackson's "fold-in" essay on conjoined twins, Luc Sante on sepia and nostalgia and artist's projects by Craig Kalpakjian, Luis Miguel Suro & Mario Torres, Josiah McElheny and more.

Making it Real (Paperback, illustrated edition): Vik Muniz, Luc Sante Making it Real (Paperback, illustrated edition)
Vik Muniz, Luc Sante
R419 R335 Discovery Miles 3 350 Save R84 (20%) Special order
Elevator to the Gallows - Banks Violette and Gerald Matt Present: Banks Violette, Miles Davis, Dashiel Hammet, John Huston,... Elevator to the Gallows - Banks Violette and Gerald Matt Present: Banks Violette, Miles Davis, Dashiel Hammet, John Huston, Weegee (Paperback)
Gaby Hartel, Matt Gerald, Luc Sante; Edited by Matt Gerald
R695 Discovery Miles 6 950 Special order

Designed to mimic the look of dimestore crime novels, "Elevator to the Gallows" juxtaposes works by Banks Violette, Miles Davis, John Huston and Weegee with an essay by Luc Sante.

The Possible Life of Christian Boltanski (Hardcover): Christian Boltanski The Possible Life of Christian Boltanski (Hardcover)
Christian Boltanski; Text written by Christian Boltanski, Catherine Grenier; Preface by Luc Sante
R613 R472 Discovery Miles 4 720 Save R141 (23%) Special order

Christian Boltanski's votive installations, archives and objects, revolving around the fragile polarities of memory and amnesia, identity and anonymity, have made him one of the world's most renowned contemporary artists. And yet, despite the centrality of biography and testimony to his work, Boltanski's own story is little known and has never been fully told. Published on the occasion of the artist's sixty-fifth birthday, "The Possible Life of Christian Boltanski," written in the form of a book-length interview (which the artist likens to a "psychoanalysis" or "confession") with the art historian Catherine Grenier, is Boltanski's oral autobiography. In it, he recounts his unusual wartime childhood ("my mother hid my father under the floorboards. He stayed there for a year and a half, between two floors in the house. He'd come out from time to time--I'm living proof of that "), his career, friendships and marriage, successes and regrets, his approaches to art and teaching, how he created various installations, his relations with dealers and the public, and other matters that illuminate as never before his complex, enigmatic works. Boltanski is refreshingly phlegmatic about the realities of the world (art and otherwise), and he relates his remarkable stories--some enormously amusing, others tragic--with a matter-of-factness and self-deprecating humor that highlight his capacity for humane responsiveness. As both the self-portrait of a major contemporary artist and a frank, fascinating memoir, this is a document of capital importance.

Five Great American Photographers - Mathew Brady, Wynn Bullock, Walker Evans, Eadweard Muybridge, Lewis Baltz (Paperback): Luc... Five Great American Photographers - Mathew Brady, Wynn Bullock, Walker Evans, Eadweard Muybridge, Lewis Baltz (Paperback)
Luc Sante
R589 R533 Discovery Miles 5 330 Save R56 (10%) Special order
Folk Photography - The American Real-Photo Postcard, 1905-1930 (Paperback): Luc Sante Folk Photography - The American Real-Photo Postcard, 1905-1930 (Paperback)
Luc Sante
R466 R373 Discovery Miles 3 730 Save R93 (20%) Special order

The postcard craze that swept the United States in the early 20th century coincided with the spread of pocket cameras and led to the phenomenon of real-photo postcards, so called because they were mostly made by small-town amateur and professional photographers and printed in their darkrooms, usually in quantities of less than a hundred (unlike the contemporary mass-produced photolithographs). Real-photo postcards were typically produced in small, often isolated towns whose citizens felt an urgent need to communicate with distant friends. The cards document everything about their time and place, from intimate matters to events that qualified as news. They depict people from every station of life engaged in the panorama of human activities -- eating, sleeping, labor, worship, animal husbandry, amateur theatrics, barn raising, spirit rapping, dissolution, riot, disaster, death. The phenomenon began in 1905 and peaked in the 1910s, when many millions of real-photo postcards were mailed each year. Previous books have been content to display these cards for their socio-historical or nostalgia value; this book goes much further. The 122 postcards it reproduces cover the entire field of the cards' subject matter, but Luc Sante illuminates them with the penetrating, stimulating analysis expected from a writer hailed as "a singular historian and philosopher of American experience." Sante wants us to see the images not simply as depictions of a vanished way of life, but as a crucial stage in the evolution of photography, possessing a blunt, head-on style that inherits something of the Civil War photographers' plain aesthetic yet also anticipates the work of Walker Evans and other great documentary artists of the 1930s. Combining all his gifts as a chronicler of early 20th-century America, a historian of photography, and a brilliant critic, Sante shows how real-photo postcards offer a revealing "self-portrait of the American nation."

O.K. You Mugs (Paperback): Luc Sante O.K. You Mugs (Paperback)
Luc Sante
R241 R226 Discovery Miles 2 260 Save R15 (6%) Special order

In this superb collection of essays edited by Luc Sante, author of Lowlife, and Melissa Holbrook Pierson, writers as diverse as John Updike, Patti Smith, and Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Charles Simic pay to homage the famous and the lesser known actors (some megastars, some lesser lights) who illuminate our Hollywood dreams.
From a side-splitting tribute to Elmer Fudd to an earnest lament at the absence of great fat actors today, O.K. You Mugs is a dazzling anthology that focuses on those remarkable talents who gave some of the most memorable performances in the history of Hollywood. These essays are sure to delight any reader who claims to care about the movies.
Including:
o Jacqueline Carey on Margaret Dumont
o Dana Gioia on Movie Fat Men
o David Hajdu in Elmer Fudd
o Greil Marcus on J.T Walsh
o Patti Smith on Jeanne Moreau
o Charles Simic on Gene Tierney
o John Updike on Doris Day

The Other Paris - The People's City, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Hardcover): Luc Sante The Other Paris - The People's City, Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries (Hardcover)
Luc Sante
R528 R478 Discovery Miles 4 780 Save R50 (9%) Special order
Take Me to the Water - Immersion Baptism in Vintage Music and Photography, 1890-1950 (Hardcover): Jim Linderman, Luc Sante Take Me to the Water - Immersion Baptism in Vintage Music and Photography, 1890-1950 (Hardcover)
Jim Linderman, Luc Sante
R705 R541 Discovery Miles 5 410 Save R164 (23%) Special order

Making the past vividly present once again, Grammy winner Dust-to-Digital unveils "Take Me to the Water," a revelatory examination of baptismal rites and music. Comprising a beautiful hardcover book and a CD featuring rare, vintage songs and sermons recorded between 1924-1940, "Take Me to the Water" draws on the collection of Jim Linderman, a scholar of American outsider art, early American folk art and daguerreotype photography. It reproduces 75 sepia photographs that depict amazing scenes of immersion baptisms-the likes of which are rarely seen today-with preacher and baptismal candidates shown immersed in the middle of the river, while the congregation looks on from the riverbank. The CD compiles rare gospel and folk recordings from original 78-rpm records, with artists such as Washington Phillips, Carter Family, Tennessee Mountaineers, the Belmont Silvertone Jubilee Singers and rare vocal recordings of baptismal sermons. Renowned writer Luc Sante provides a history of baptismal rites in America, and writes of this volume: "Whether you have ever actually experienced a baptism or not, whether you are a believer or not, these pictures and the music that accompanies them transmit all the emotional information: the excitement and the serenity, the fellowship and the warmth, the wind and the water you would have to have a heart of tin not to recognize this as one of the happiest collections of archival photographs ever assembled."

Pedigree (Paperback, Main): Georges Simenon Pedigree (Paperback, Main)
Georges Simenon; Translated by Robert Baldick; Introduction by Luc Sante
R318 R290 Discovery Miles 2 900 Save R28 (9%) Special order

Pedigree is Georges Simenon's longest and most unusual novel, one that is increasingly seen as lying at the heart of his outsize achievement as a chronicler of modern self and society. In the early 1940s, Simenon began work on a memoir of his Belgian childhood. He showed the initial pages to Andre Gide, who urged him turn them into a novel. The result was, Simenon later remarked, a book in which everything is true but nothing is accurate. It is in any case a book in which the sights, sounds, and smells, the sensory overload and relentless insistence of the city, the interplay of its public and private spaces, are everywhere compellingly present, an epic of life in all its messy unfinished intensity and density, a coming-of-age story that is also about the coming-to-be of the modern world. Spanning the years from the beginning of the century, with its anarchist threats, to the end of the First World War in 1918, Pedigree is the story of a boy growing into a young man and making his way in a city of gaslights, trams, rain, squalor, and secret delight.

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