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Penguin Books UK

‘Whoever or whatever I had imagined Trump to be, he is foremost a performance artist.’
‘A book worth reading is worth buying.’ John Ruskin
Penguin MODERN POETS: succinct guides to the richness and diversity of contemporary poetry. Coming July 2016.
.@roald_dahl's daughter Lucy shares her magical story about #TheBFG's nightly visits:
.@AndrewPoetry on bringing the rich underground world of LGBTQ lyricism into the mainstream…
#WednesdayWisdom from Harper Lee's GO SET A WATCHMAN. Read an extract here:
As part of Pride month, peruse our list of six LGBTQ must-read graphic novels… #LGBTQLibrary
‘Why is summer mist romantic and autumn mist just sad?’ I CAPTURE THE CASTLE, Dodie Smith…
Colm Tóibín reflects on James Baldwin's confessional style in GIOVANNI'S ROOM #LGBTQLibrary
Can't wait to get stuck into this new one by Jonathan Safran Foer - fantastic! @PenguinUKBooks @HamishH1931
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Starting the week with a wonderful quote #onreading from Harper Lee. #MondayMotivation
Scandinavia's best-loved children's classic has made it to the UK; read an extract here:
Lifestyles of the queer and famous: we've gathered some of our favourite LGBTQ biographies:
Book bag and book haul from Main Street Trading Co, St Boswells #IBW2016 #bookshopcrawl
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.@paulocoelho’s new novel, THE SPY, brings to life the true story of Mata Hari, and will be published this autumn.
Independent Bookshop Week starts today. Head to your nearest for this exclusive Robert Macfarlane essay. #IBW2016
Feeling crafty? Print our Pride bookmarks & get your scissors ready to cut out the full set
Get your weekend baking kicks with @BegumNadiya's heavenly spiced orange biscotti:
The 100 best nonfiction books: No 19, The Making of the English Working Class (1963)…
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We leave you with a poem from @EverymansLib book of gay and lesbian poetry:… #PenguinFriday5
A look into the controversial publication of landmark lesbian novel THE WELL OF LONELINESS:
Explore an interactive map of Harper Lee's Maycomb, the setting of GO SET A WATCHMAN:
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