Published by Calder Publications
These three short novels, the most celebrated of Samuel Beckett's later works, are published here in one volume. The overall title Nohow On, the last words of Westward Ho, have been given to the trilogy by the author.
Published by Phoenix Press
Richard N.Fyne, the world authority in this field, describes the four hundred years which followed the explosive spread of Islam as 'a high point in human achievement; not only a golden age for the Islamic world but for the whole world at that time'.
Published by The Country Book Club 1952
The reminiscences recorded in this book are those those of an old carpentry business. Walter Rose was a master carpenter who writes of carpentry as it was practiced by his family in Victorian times.
An english version by Ursula K. Le Guin
Published by Shambhala Publications
The Tao Te Ching was probably written about twenty-five hundred years ago, perhaps by a man called Lao Tzu, who may have lived about the same time as Confucius. Nothing about it is certain except that it is Chinese, and very old, and speaks to people everywhere as if had been written yesterday.
Includes 2 CDs
Published by Jonathan Cape
Watts has written a basic textbook on Taoism in his inimitabe style, illustrated with many examples from the literature and with Chinese characters.
Watts did not finish the book owing to his sudden death late in 1973, but this has been completed by Al Chung-liang Huang who co-directed Watts' final lectures and discussions out of which the book came.