Javier Marías

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While the Women Are Sleeping

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa

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Bad Nature, or with Elvis in Mexico

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Esther Allen

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Your Face Tomorrow Vol. 3: Poison, Shadow, & Farewell

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa

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Your Face Tomorrow Vol. 2: Dance & Dream

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa

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The Man of Feeling

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa

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Your Face Tomorrow Vol. 1: Fever & Spear

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa

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Written Lives

Nonfiction by Javier Marías

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Dark Back of Time

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated by Esther Allen

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When I Was Mortal

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated from the Spanish by Margaret Jull Costa

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A Heart So White

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated by Margaret Jull Costa

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Tomorrow in the Battle Think on Me

Fiction by Javier Marías

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All Souls

Fiction by Javier Marías

Translated by Margaret Jull Costa

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This brilliant novel is surely one of the greatest the century has so far produced.

—Mark Ford, *New York Review of Books *

Startling.

The New York Times Book Review

It is a rare gift to be offered a writer who lives in our own time but speaks with the intensity of the past, who comes with the extra richness lent by a foreign history and nonetheless knows our own culture inside and out.

—Wendy Lesser, The New York Times Book Review

The work of a supreme stylist…The two protagonists’ civilized but complex marriages recall the compelling intricacies of Henry James…It is brilliantly done.

—James Woodall, The Times

Stylish, cerebral… Marías is a startling talent.

New York Times

The most subtle and gifted writer in contemporary Spanish literature.

Boston Globe

Marías’s most extravagant showcase for ‘literary thinking’ so far. It also serves as a compelling introduction to his writing.

—Wyatt Mason, The New Yorker

Your Face Tomorrow is already being compared to Proust’s À la recherche du temps perdu, and rightly so. It is a novel of extraordinary subtlety and pathos.

The Observer

These stories provide a fascinating insight into the development of a great writer; particularly his experimentation with voice and subject matter.

The Independent
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