Books written by male authors (550)


1.

100 Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez EN

Rating: 3.5     240 Votes
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One of the 20th century's enduring works, One Hundred Years of Solitude is a widely beloved and acclaimed novel known throughout the world, and the ultimate achievement in a Nobel Prize–winning career. The novel tells the story of the rise and fall of the mythical town of Macondo through the history of the Buendía family. It is a rich and brilliant chronicle of life and death, and the tragicomedy of humankind. In the noble, ridiculous, beautiful, and tawdry story of the Buendía family, one sees all of humanity, just as in the history, myths, growth, and decay of Macondo, one sees all of Latin ... continue
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Recommended: 11 Jan 2018

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1Q84 by Haruki Murakami EN

Rating: 3.5     182 Votes
Country: Asia / Japan flag Japan
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The internationally best-selling and award-winning author of such works as What I Talk About When I Talk About Running presents a psychologically charged tale that draws on Orwellian themes. 100,000 first printing.
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Recommended: 26 Jul 2022

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20 Poemas de Amor y Una Cancion Desesperada

20 Poemas de Amor y Una Cancion Desesperada by Pablo Neruda ES

Rating: 4     2 Votes
Description:
"De aquellas tierras, de aquel barro, de aquel silencio he salido yo a andar, a cantar, por el mundo".
Así se describe Pablo Neruda, autor de una obra fecundísima, a través de la cual se pueden seguir las diferentes tendencias que ha experimentado la poesía hispanoamericana de nuestro siglo.
Veinte Poemas de Amor y Una Canción Desesperada, una de sus obras más importantes, revela una voz poética muy personal. Se trata de un libro de amor juvenil, apasionado, exultante y amargo, escrito con un tono cálidamente humano y sencillo... continue
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Recommended: 03 Nov 2022

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A Bridge Too Far by Cornelius Ryan EN

Rating: 4     12 Votes
Country: Europe / Ireland flag Ireland
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The Battle of Arnhem, one of the most dramatic battles of World War II, was as daring as it was ill-fated. It cost the Allies nearly twice as many casualties as D-Day. This is the whole compelling story, told through the vast cast of characters involved. From Dutch civilians to British and American strategists, its scope and ambition is unparalleled, superbly recreating the terror and suspense, the heroism and tragedy of this epic operation.
Recommended: 22 Oct 2022

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A Brief History of Seven Killings : WINNER OF THE MAN BOOKER PRIZE 2015 by Marlon James EN

Rating: 3.5     1218 Votes
Description:
JAMAICA, 1976 Seven gunmen storm Bob Marley’s house, machine guns blazing. The reggae superstar survives, but the gunmen are never caught. From the acclaimed author of The Book of Night Women comes a dazzling display of masterful storytelling exploring this near-mythic event. Spanning three decades and crossing continents, A Brief History of Seven Killings chronicles the lives of a host of unforgettable characters – slum kids, one-night stands, drug lords, girlfriends, gunmen, journalists, and even the CIA. Gripping and inventive, ambitious and mesmerising, A Brief History of Seven Killings is... continue
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Recommended: 20 Feb 2022

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A Cowrie of Hope by Binwell Sinyangwe EN

Rating: 4     1 Vote
Country: Africa / Zambia flag Zambia
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This reimagining of the Robin Hood legend tells the story of the young boy behind the bandit hero's rise to fame. Will Shackley is the son of a lord, and though just thirteen, he's led a charmed, protected life and is the heir to Shackley House, while his father is away on the Third Crusade with King Richard the Lionheart. But with King Richard's absence, the winds of treason are blowing across England, and soon Shackley House becomes caught up in a dangerous power struggle that drives Will out of the only home he's ever known. Alone, he flees into the dangerous Sherwood Forest, where he joins... continue
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Recommended: 03 Jan 2018

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A Cup of Coffee with My Interrogator : The Prague Chronicles of Ludvík Vaculík by Ludvík Vaculík EN

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A collection of essays explores life in contemporary Czechoslovakia and discusses subjects including Gandhi, coffeehouses, and human rights
Recommended: 20 Feb 2022

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A Doll’s House by Henrik Ibsen EN

Rating: 5     1 Vote
Country: Europe / Norway flag Norway
Description:
Ibsen's 1879 play shocked its first audiences with its radical insights into the social roles of husband and wife. His portrayal of the caged 'songbird' in his flawed heroine Nora remains one of the most striking dramatic depictions of the late 19th century woman. This revised edition contains introductory commentary and notes by Sophie Duncan, which offer a contemporary lens on the play's gender politics and consider seminal productions of the play into the 21st century. METHUEN DRAMA STUDENT EDITIONS are expertly annotated texts of a wide range of plays from the modern and classic repertoire... continue
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Recommended: 15 Jul 2022

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A Fine Balance by Rohinton Mistry EN

Rating: 4     126 Votes
Country: Asia / India flag India
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"A novel set in India during the Emergency, by the author of Such a Long Journey."
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Recommended: 17 May 2018

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A General Theory of Oblivion by Jose Eduardo Agualusa EN

Rating: 4     6 Votes
Description:
WINNER OF THE INTERNATIONAL DUBLIN LITERARY AWARD 2017 A finalist for the Man Booker International Prize 2016 The brilliant new novel from the winner of the Independent Foreign Fiction Prize. On the eve of Angolan independence, Ludo bricks herself into her apartment, where she will remain for the next thirty years. She lives off vegetables and pigeons, burns her furniture and books to stay alive and keeps herself busy by writing her story on the walls of her home. The outside world slowly seeps into Ludo’s life through snippets on the radio, voices from next door, glimpses of a man fleeing his... continue
Recommended: 12 Jan 2018


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