Despite its title, Miloš Crnjanski‘s  A Novel of London is far more than just a novel about London. As its hero wanders the streets and the bureaucracy of the bombed-out city in the wake of WWII, he encounters a host of émigrés from around the world, whose stories also unfold. A pan-European portrait of class structures and the real effects of the war emerges, a vision whose depth and scope may be unmatched in 20th century literature. 

Crnjanski’s 600+ page masterpiece of European Modernism is now available for the first time in English, thanks to Will Firth’s labor of translation, three years in the making, with deep discounts offered this month. Pick this one and other special deals from our sale rack.