Book List in Order:16 titles

  • A collection of one of our most powerful intellectual’s short fiction DEBRIEFING collects all of Susan Sontag’s shorter fiction, a form she turned to intermittently throughout her writing life. The book ranges from allegory to parable to autob...


  • Like Pier Paolo Pasolini, Alain Robbe-Grillet, and Marguerite Duras, Susan Sontag has come to filmmaking in the course of a career as a novelist and essayist. In 1968 she accepted a Swedish studio's invitation to write and direct a move in Stockholm....


  • The complete short stories of Susan Sontag, one of the most brilliant & influential writers of the twentieth century - collected together for the first time Susan Sontag is most often remembered as a brilliant essayist - inquisitive, analytical, fear...


  • This collection of essays contains some of the most important pieces of criticism of the twentieth century, including the classics "The Aesthetics of Silence", a brilliant account of language, thought and consciousness, and "Trip to Hanoi", written d...


  • In America is a kaleidoscopic portrait of America on the cusp of modernity. As she did in her enormously popular novel The Volcano Lover, Susan Sontag casts a story located in the past in a fresh, provocative light to create a fictional world full of...



  • A romance set in eighteenth-century Naples follows the fortunes of a British ambassador, the ravishing woman he marries, and the young British admiral with whom she falls in love. Reprint. 75,000 first printing. $75,000 ad/promo....








  • A series of provocative discussions on everything from individual authors to contemporary religious thinking, Against Interpretation and Other Essays is the definitive collection of Susan Sontag's best known and important works published in Penguin M...


  • Selections from the noted writer's past books, arranged chronologically, include excerpts from her novels and short story collection, famous essays from the 1960s, pieces from her two subsequent essay collections, and part of "On Photography"...



  • First published in 1967, Death Kit is a classic of modern fiction. Blending realism and dream, Susan Sontag's second novel offers a passionate exploration of the recesses of the American conscience. The novel is a narrative of the suffering of Dal...



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    According to Edgardo Cozarinsky, the Argentine film critic: "There is something recognizably Scandinavian about Brother Carl: un-easy, puzzling exchanges between its characters, with brooding, ever-present nature surrounding them. The interplay of ...


  • Sontag's first novel, it is a fascinating, knowing, acerbic portrait of Hippolyte, a latterday Candide whose violently imaginative dream life becomes indistinguishable from his surprising experiences in the "real world."...