A disturbing story of frustration and distress, the common lot of the prisoner, the physically disabled and the elderly.
1982, hardback and paperback original, 21.3×13.4cm, vi+77pp
The Daughters of Egalia
Translation by Louis Mackay
An hilarious satire of male society by a celebrated Norwegian writer.
1985, paperback original, 21.6×13.4mm, 269pp
The Legend of the Glorious Adventures of Tyl Ulenspiegel in the Land of Flanders and Elsewhere
Charles de Coster
Translation by Geoffrey Whitworth
Illustrations by Albert Delstanche
Belgium’s classic folk tale, equalling Don Quixote and Pantagruel.
1978, paperback reprint (1867), 21.5×13.5cm, xii+303pp
The 1956 film version of ‘Les Aventures de Till l’Espiègle’ directed by Gerard Philipe and Joris Ivens, starring Gérard Philipe, Jean Vilar, Fernand Ledoux, Nicole Berger et Jean Carmet.
The visually stunning (and long) 1976 Soviet version, ‘Легенда о Тиле’, directed by Aleksandr Alov and Vladimir Naumov, based on imagery from the paintings of Pieter Bruegel the Elder.
The Rebels and the Hostage
David Craig and Nigel Gray
A novel for anyone interested in the last years of the twentieth century, and the choices it left open.
1978, reissued paperback (Fireweed), 17.9×11.4cm, 218pp
Translation by David Magershack
Illustrations by John Edward Craig
An outstanding story of old Russia and one of Gogol’s greatest achievements.
1979, paperback reprint (1842), Journeyman Chapbook 2, 19.6×12.8cm, 64pp
The Iron Heel
Foreword by Anthony Meredith
The exciting story of the virtual destruction of the American labour and socialist movements by big business and the military.
1974, hardback and paperback reprint (1907), 18.4×10.8cm, 224pp
The Star Rover
The author’s eighth and last novel, but only recognised as one of his best many years later.
1990, Journeyman/Pluto Press paperback reprint (1915), 17.8x11cm, 320pp
Translation by Stephen Becker
His second novel, based on experiences in China during the 1920s.
1983, paperback reprint (1928), 21.4×13.4cm, vi+198pp
The Novel on Blue Paper
Introduction by Penelope Fitzgerald
Morris’s first novel of 1872, unfinished and never published before.
1982, paperback original, Journeyman Chapbook 6, 19.6×12.8cm, xvi+79pp
A story of emotional and sexual tension, set in middle-class Victorian society.
1987, paperback original, 19.7×12.8cm, vi+94pp
Foreword by Ignazio Silone (1930)
Translation by Gwenda David and Eric Mosbacher
A remarkable story that condemns forever the lies, corruption and violence of fascism.
1978, paperback reprint (1934), 18.4x11cm, 191pp
Johnny Got His Gun
Introduction by Dalton Trumbo (1970)
The anti-war classic by the highly acclaimed American screen writer.
1983, paperback reprint (1939), 21.4×13.4cm, xii+243pp
A scene from the 1971 film, directed by Dalton Trumbo, and starring Timothy Bottoms, Kathy Fields, Marsha Hunt, Jason Robards, Donald Sutherland and Diane Varsi.