Michael Foreman's illustrations perfectly complement this classic tale, presented in a festive softcover binding as part of the Folio Collectables range.
Poe's curious and macabre novel, presented in a compact format and introduced by Marilynne Robinson.
The most famous German anti-war novel, based on Remarque’s own experiences in the trenches, tells the story of a generation destroyed by war.
Shakespeare’s ground-breaking comedy: unconventional and witty, it is the most playful of romances.
A magnificent facsimile edition of a religious and literary classic. Next to the authorised version of the King James Bible and the plays of William Shakespeare, it is among the most widely read and influential of English literary works.
Historian James Holland introduces a richly illustrated edition.
The first book by the acclaimed author of Nineteen Eighty-Four and Animal Farm is a moving reportage document on the deprivations of poverty.
A beautiful, elegiac portrait of love and loss amidst the Italian aristocracy on the eve of the Second World War. Using the acclaimed translation by Jamie McKendrick.
A noir classic, introduced by John Sutherland.
A treasure trove of archaeological wonder: C. W. Ceram’s infectiously enthusiastic volume is an enduring classic.
Written before he became prime minister, Churchill’s canny and witty insights on the great figures of the day remain entertaining and illuminating.
Winner of the 1963 Hugo award, Philip K. Dick’s alternative history is a classic of modern science fiction, presented here with vivid illustrations by Shan Jiang.
They are what Churchill called ‘the gleaming toys of history’ – a collection of entertaining stories, many of them biographical, that light up past and present and fix them in our memories.
What is happiness? Why do we fall in love? How do we recognise faces? Pinker’s exhilarating book explores the machinery of the mind – its origins and development, and how we use it to interact with the world.
Ten fascinating oil paintings illustrate this edition of Freud’s controversial and influential work.
Illustrated by Santiago Caruso, our edition of Charlotte Brontë’s beloved novel celebrates its gothic undercurrents.
Compiled by award-winning biographer Fred Kaplan, this collection, unique to Folio, brings together the best of Abraham Lincoln’s speeches, letters and articles to give the reader intimate insight into the particular nature of his political and literary genius.
Green’s parody of the country-house novel describes the life above and below stairs in Kinalty Castle, an isolated ‘gothic pile’. A modern classic brought to life with illustrations by Christopher Corr.
These autobiographical essays by physicist Richard Feynman show us the formation of a genius. Introduced by Brian Cox.
In his engrossing account, Martin Gilbert traces each step of the war’s progression, from the tensions and alliances leading up to it and the first skirmishes on the French and Belgian borders, to the final peacemaking and remembrance. His geographical scope is equally broad, from Mesopotamia and East Africa to the ‘forgotten war’ waged in the Atlantic.
A magnificent, spirited portrait of life as a secret agent in occupied France.
The essential guide to one of the most fundamental discoveries of modern science.
From the pen that brought you Winnie-the-Pooh and When We Were Very Young comes this tale of murder, deceit, jealousy and croquet.
Never out of print since it first appeared in 1906, this timeless story speaks eloquently to young and old alike.
With stories such as ‘Bartleby, the Scrivener’ and ‘Billy Budd’, Melville’s short fiction is unmissable.
What happens to gods when their believers stop believing? Published in series with Mort, this edition of one of the most celebrated Discworld novels features brilliant illustrations by Omar Rayyan.
Humble plants have long been the spur to economic growth, the key to political power, the tools of conquest, yet until Henry Hobhouse wrote this pioneering book, they had rarely warranted even a footnote in history.
The enchanting tale of friendship, loyalty and a very remarkable mouse, presented in a lovely hardback collector’s edition.
One hundred years on, the enduring impact of the First World War is explored in Paul Fussell’s acclaimed literary and cultural history.
A classic of the jazz age, presented in a binding that reflects the glamour and the drama of the period. This edition is introduced by the acclaimed dramatist Dennis Potter.