London — Ronald H. Spector’s definitive history of World War II in the Pacific, Eagle Agaisnt the Sun, is new from The Folio Society, published to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VJ Day.
London — Gustave Flaubert’s masterpiece Madame Bovary is The Folio Society’s stunning new limited edition. Illustrated with sensual oil paintings by Nushka, and beautifully bound in Douppion silk, this exquisite edition mirrors the perfection of the writing inside. Limited to just 750 copies, each has been signed by the
London — There are few novels as unconventional as The Life and Opinions of Tristram Shandy, Gentleman. A fictional autobiography of hapless anti-hero Tristram Shandy, it is one of the greatest works of imagination in English literature.
This stunning new limited edition from
London — Published to mark the 250th anniversary of Wordsworth’s birth, this new edition includes 49 of the poet’s major works, curated and thoughtfully introduced by Nobel Prize-winning poet Seamus Heaney. The poems sit alongside a series of atmospheric woodcuts by renowned engraver Peter Reddick.
London — The Story of Babar follows the incredible journey of le petit éléphant from bedtime tale to one of the most memorable and loved children’s stories of all time.
Jean de Brunhoff ’s original artwork for Histoire de Babar is held in the archives of The Morgan Library & Museum in
London — Frank, radical and unashamedly feminist, Anne Brontë’s ground-breaking masterpiece The Tenant of Wildfell Hall sent shockwaves through Victorian England and remains strikingly modern today. This beautiful new edition of Brontë’s masterful novel is published by The Folio Society to celebrate the
Got a kid bibliophile on your holiday list? Or perhaps a Lewis Carroll fan of any age? Fret not, the Folio Society has you covered with its latest edition of Alice in Wonderland ($69.95), whose stunningly designed slipcase and interior illustrations are by a regular contributor to Folio
London — During Japan’s Edo period, an era in which art and literature flourished, Kitagawa Utamaro (c.1754–1806) rose to fame as one of Japan’s most highly regarded artists and printmakers. Alongside his contemporaries Hiroshige and Hokusai, Utamaro was an acknowledged master of ukiyo-e (pictures of the Floating World).
Although he is now renowned for bijin o ̄kubi-e, pictures of
London — In celebration of the 80th anniversary of Marvel Comics #1, Folio has joined legendary Marvel editor Roy Thomas to form a super-powered team-up of their own. Marvel: The Golden Age 1939–1949 presents five specially curated comic books, including a painstakingly produced facsimile of the comic that started it all back in
Game of Thrones fans, this post is for you: set your sights on a new illustrated edition recently published by the Folio Society. The 824-page epic is split into two volumes overflowing with darkly sumptuous art courtesy of award-winning illustrator Jonathan Burton. (Be on the lookout for an image