A Reading Diary: A Year of Favourite BooksPaperback
List price $15.61
You save $4.67 29% off
Free delivery worldwide
Dispatched in 1 business day
When will my order arrive?
- Publisher: Canongate Books Ltd
- Format: Paperback | 272 pages
- Dimensions: 129mm x 199mm x 12mm | 195g
- Publication date: 31 August 2006
- Publication City/Country: Edinburgh
- ISBN 10: 1841958212
- ISBN 13: 9781841958217
- Sales rank: 254,444
While travelling in Calgary, Alberto Manguel was struck by how the novel he was reading seemed to reflect the world he was living in. An article in the daily paper would be suddenly illuminated by a passage in the novel; a long reflection would be prompted by a single word. He decided to keep a record of these moments, rereading a book a month, and formed "A Reading Diary": a volume of notes, impressions of travel, of friends, of public and private events, all elicited by his reading.
Add item to wishlist
Other people who viewed this bought:
USD$18.31 - Save $6.68 26% off - RRP $24.99
USD$9.63 - Save $2.86 22% off - RRP $12.49
USD$9.16 - Save $1.70 15% off - RRP $10.86
USD$12.63 - Save $4.54 26% off - RRP $17.17
USD$12.19 - Save $8.05 39% off - RRP $20.24
USD$21.94 - Save $7.74 26% off - RRP $29.68
Other books in this category
USD$6.34 - Save $4.58 41% off - RRP $10.92
USD$6.91 - Save $2.45 26% off - RRP $9.36
USD$10.47 - Save $2.02 16% off - RRP $12.49
USD$4.08 - Save $0.59 12% off - RRP $4.67
USD$10.60 - Save $5.01 32% off - RRP $15.61
USD$19.31 - Save $7.24 27% off - RRP $26.55
Alberto Manguel was born in Buenos Aires and has lived in Italy, England, Tahiti, Canada and France. He is a prize-winning translator and has edited ten anthologies. He has published two novels, including Stevenson Under the Palm Trees (published by Canongate). His non-fiction includes Reading Pictures and The Dictionary of Imaginary Places, among other works.
"If you don't have room in your case for 12 of your own favourites, A Reading Diary would be the best substitute." OBSERVER "Inspirational and enormously entertaining." BIG ISSUE "An elegant, quaint and sensitive meditation on the nature of reading." TIMES LITERARY SUPPLEMENT"