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무라카미 하루키, 마르셀 프루스트, 루이자 메이 올코트, 살만 루시디, 토니 모리슨, 버지니아 울프, 존 치버, 줄리안 반스 등 클래식 부터 현대에 이르는 스무 작가들의 글이 담겨 있습니다.

탄생부터 죽음까지, 삶의 거의 모든 스펙트럼을 각각 다른 주제와 커버로 풀어낸 소장용 박스 세트 입니다.

All twenty titles from the Vintage Minis series now available in a beautiful gift box set. The perfect Christmas present for book lovers of all kinds

Great Minds. Big Ideas. Little Books.

The twenty books in the Vintage Minis box set bring you the world’s greatest writers on the experiences that make us human. These beautifully designed, entertaining little books explore the whole spectrum of life - from birth to death, and everything in between.

Each short, stylish book sees a great contemporary or classic writer from the award-winning Vintage list take on a different subject. From Murakami on Desire to Eating by Nigella Lawson, Home by Salman Rushdie and Jeanette Winterson on Love, these books cover the human themes closest to our hearts.

Desire Haruki Murakami 무라카미 하루키 '욕망'
Love Jeanette Winterson 재닛 윈터슨 '사랑'
Babies Anne Enright 앤 인라이트 '아기'
Language Xiaolu Guo 샤오루 궈 '언어'
Motherhood Helen Simpson 헬렌 심슨 '모성'
Fatherhood Karl Ove Knausgaard 칼 오베 크나우스고르 '부성'
Summer Laurie Lee 로리 리 '여름'
Jealousy Marcel Proust 마르셀 프루스트 '질투'
Sisters Louisa May Alcott 루이자 메이 올코트 '자매'
Home Salman Rushdie 살만 루시디 '집'
Race Toni Morrison 토니 모리슨 '인종'
Liberty Virginia Woolf 버지니아 울프 '자유'
Swimming Roger Deakin 로저 디킨 '수영'
Work Joseph Heller 조셉 헬러 '일'
Depression William Styron 윌리엄 스타이런 '우울'
Drinking John Cheever 존 치버 '음주'
Eating Nigella Lawson 나이젤라 로슨 '먹기'
Psychedelics Aldous Huxley 앨더스 헉슬리 '환각'
Calm Tim Parks 팀 팍스 '고요'
Death Julian Barnes 줄리언 반스 '죽음'




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Desire Haruki Murakami 무라카미 하루키 '욕망'
Love Jeanette Winterson 자넷 윈터슨 '사랑'
Babies Anne Enright 앤 엔라이트 '아기'
Language Xiaolu Guo 샤오루 궈 '언어'
Motherhood Helen Simpson 헬렌 심슨 '모성'
Fatherhood Karl Ove Knausgaard 칼 오베 크나우스고르 '부성'
Summer Laurie Lee 로리 리 '여름'
Jealousy Marcel Proust 마르셀 프루스트 '질투'
Sisters Louisa May Alcott 루이자 메이 올코트 '자매'
Home Salman Rushdie 살만 루시디 '집'
Race Toni Morrison 토니 모리슨 '인종'
Liberty Virginia Woolf 버지니아 울프 '자유'
Swimming Roger Deakin 로저 디킨 '수영'
Work Joseph Heller 조셉 헬러 '일'
Depression William Styron 윌리엄 스타이런 '우울'
Drinking John Cheever 존 치버 '음주'
Eating Nigella Lawson 나이젤라 로슨 '먹기'
Psychedelics Aldous Huxley 앨더스 헉슬리 '환각'
Calm Tim Parks 팀 팍스 '고요'
Death Julian Barnes 줄리언 반스 '죽음'

출판사 리뷰 출판사 리뷰 보이기/감추기

Vintage Minis: Editors' guide
Covering birth, death, and everything in between, the Vintage Minis are your pole star for the confusing 21st century. The series editors have compiled a handy guide, which you can explore below.

17 MAY 2017
Relationships that sustain us

Friendship
Rose Tremain


That most joyful of relationships - but what is the secret to true friendship? Is it really love’s quieter relation or something stronger and more profound? And where does the line between the two lie? Rose Tremain looks at two unlikely lifelong friendships, which - though tested - prove unbreakable. Who better to explore these questions than award-winning writer Rose Tremain, whose novels have some of the most wonderful, complex and moving friendships at their heart?

Love
Jeanette Winterson

How do we love? With romance. With work. Through heartbreak. Throughout a lifetime. As a means, but not an end. Love in all its forms has been an abiding theme of Jeanette Winterson’s writing. Here are selections from her books about that impossible, essential force, truths and stories that search for the mythical creature we call love.

War
Sebastian Faulks

Relationships between nations are just as delicate as those between lovers - and as countries battle it out the lives of ordinary people are changed forever. A soldier falls asleep on duty and is threatened with being court-martialled. An officer lies in mud, fighting for his life and the life of his men. A young man walks across Waterloo Bridge, explosives in his rucksack, heart pounding. In this powerfully moving book, the master of the war novel Faulks shows us the true face of war.

Jealousy
Marcel Proust


Can we truly know the one we love? In this painfully candid book Marcel Proust looks straight into the green eye of every lover’s jealous struggle. He broods on why we are driven to try to possess one another, how jealousy can outlive death, and whether we can ever reclaim those careless days of first love. There is no greater chronicler of jealousy’s darkest fears and destructive suspicions than Proust, who draws on his own failed romances.

Marriage
Jane Austen


Why do we set so much store by marriage? Jane Austen was fascinated by this question, subjecting it to her forensic eye and wonderfully ironic wit again and again. Here are stolen glances and nervous advances, meddling parents and self-important cousins, society whisperings and the fluttering hearts of young lovers. All of them have their own views and expectations of marriage, and Austen - who, incidentally, never married herself - is the wisest of all.

We are family
Race
Toni Morrison


Is who we are really only skin deep? In this searing, remonstrative book, Toni Morrison unravels race through the stories of those debased and dehumanised because of it. A young black girl longing for the blue eyes of white baby dolls spirals into inferiority and confusion. A friendship falls apart over a disputed memory. An ex-slave is haunted by a lonely, rebukeful ghost, bent on bringing their past home. Strange and unexpected, yet always stirring, Morrison’s writing on race sinks us deep into the heart and mind of our troubled humanity.

Motherhood
Helen Simpson


Welcome to motherhood - a land of aching fatigue, constant self-sacrifice and thankless servitude, a land of bottomless devotion, small hands, feet like warm pink roses, and velvet kisses. Here is a land where women try to solve age-old arguments and search fruitlessly for another hour in the day. Perhaps you know this land well, or perhaps you’re entering it for the first time - either way, you need these honest, sharply funny, humane stories from an expert guide in the form of short story writer Helen Simpson.

Fatherhood
Karl Ove Knausgaard


How to be a good father? Children’s birthday parties, unsuccessful family holidays, humiliating antenatal classes: the trials of parenthood are all found in Knausgaard’s compelling and honest account of family life. Contrasting moments of enormous love and tenderness towards his children with the boring struggles of domesticity, this is one father’s personal experience - and somehow every father’s, too.

Babies
Anne Enright


Babies: our biggest mystery and our most natural consequence, our hardest test and our enduring love. Anne Enright describes the intensity, bewilderment and extravagant happiness of her experience of having babies, from the exhaustion of early pregnancy to first smiles and becoming acquainted with the long reaches of the night. Everyone from parents to the mildly curious can delight in Enright’s funny, eloquent and unsentimental account of having babies.

Sisters
Louisa May Alcott


Your sister might be the kindred soul who knows you best, or the most alien being in your household; she might enrage you or inspire you; she might be your fiercest competitor or closest co-conspirator, but she'll always share with you a totally unique bond. Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy are four of the most famous sisters in literature, and these stories of the joys and heartaches they share are a touching celebration of the special ties of sisterhood.

Exploring the mind
Depression
William Styron


How does a writer compose a suicide note? This was not a question that the prize-winning novelist William Styron had ever contemplated before. In this true account of his depression, Styron describes an illness that reduced him from a successful writer to a man arranging his own destruction. He lived to give us this gripping description of his descent into mental anguish, and his eventual success in overcoming a little-understood yet very common condition.

Calm
Tim Parks


How do we find calm in our frantic modern world? Tim Parks - lifelong cynic and spirituality-sceptic - finds himself on a Buddhist meditation retreat trying to answer this very question. With brutal honesty and dry wit, he recounts his journey from disbelief to inner peace and tackles one of the great mysteries of our time - how to survive in this modern age.

Dreams
Sigmund Freud


Have you ever dreamt you were naked on stage, or woken having failed an exam? In these fascinating, pioneering essays, pioneer of Psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud plunges into the recesses of our minds, and awakens the hidden meanings behind our most typical and surprising night-time fantasies. From dreams of violence and death, to the more prosaic moments in our dream-life, Freud shines a light on the darkness we are often happy left consigned to night.

Indulging in earthly pleasures
Summer
Laurie Lee


Remembering childhood summers is a joy like no other. For Laurie Lee they were flower-crested, heady, endless days. Here is an evocation of summer like no other - a remote valley filled with the scent of hay, jazzing wasps, blackberries plucked and gobbled, and games played until the last drop of dusk. Lee’s joyful and stirring writing captures the very essence of England’s golden season.

Swimming
Roger Deakin


Is there anything quite so exhilarating as swimming in wild water? This is Roger Deakin’s swimming tour of Britain, a frog’s-eye view of the country’s best bathing holes - the rivers, rock pools, lakes, ponds, lochs and sea that define this watery island. This charming, funny, inspiring assertion of the native swimmer's right to roam is a celebration of the magic of water. It will make you want to strip off and leap in.

Drinking
John Cheever


Drinking might be a pleasure up to a certain point, but then you go over the edge and it’s not so pretty. The inimitable, cutting, brilliant John Cheever pours out our most sociable of vices, and hands it to us in a highball. From the calculating teenager who raids her parents’ liquor cabinet only to drown her sorrows in it, to the suburban swimmer withering with every plunge he takes, these are stories suffused with beauty, sadness, and the gathering storm of a bender well-done.

Eating
Nigella Lawson


This is Nigella Lawson’s manifesto for how to cook (and eat) good food every day with a minimum of fuss. From basic roast chicken and pea risotto to white truffles and Turkish Delight figs, Nigella brings the joy back into the kitchen.

Desire
Haruki Murakami


You’ve just passed someone on the street who could be the love of your life, the person you’re destined for - what do you do? In Murakami’s world, you tell them a story. The five weird and wonderful tales collected here each unlock the many-tongued language of desire, whether it takes the form of hunger, lust, sudden infatuation or the secret longings of the heart. If you’re feeling whimsical, this is the book for you

Going out of this world
Ghosts
M. R. James


A high-pitched laugh echoes in an empty church. Servants discover their master dead in his bed, the only sign of disturbance an open window. The coffin of a woman hanged as a witch is found to be empty. A bed that hasn’t been slept in is crumpled and distressed come the morning. A skeletal figure creeps closer and closer to the house where an unsuspecting family lie sleeping. In these chilling tales of the supernatural, M. R. James proves he truly is the master of the ghost story.

Psychedelics
Aldous Huxley


Could drugs offer a new way of seeing the world? In 1953, in the presence of an investigator, Aldous Huxley took four-tenths of a gramme of mescalin, sat down and waited to see what would happen. When he opened his eyes everything, from the flowers in a vase to the creases in his trousers, was transformed. His account of his experience, and his vision for all that psychedelics could offer to mankind, has influenced writers, artists and thinkers around the world.

Death
Julian Barnes


When it comes to death, is there ever a best case scenario? In this disarmingly witty book, Julian Barnes confronts our unending obsession with the end. He reflects on what it means to miss God, whether death can be good for our careers and why we eventually turn into our parents. Preoccupied with death throughout his fiction and essays, Barnes is the perfect guide to the weirdness of the only thing that binds us all.

Rave
Irvine Welsh


Irvine Welsh, ‘poet laureate of the chemical generation’, exposes the seamy underbelly of rave’s utopian dream. Lloyd, our permanently pilled-up protagonist, pushes his weekends to breaking point and beyond in this frazzled trip through Scottish clubland. He experiences the vertiginous uppers and downers of the Second Summer of Love, dabbles in a spot of disc jockeying and closes in, gradually, on some kind of redemption…

How to live
Money
Yuval Noah Harari


Money makes the world go round, so the song goes. But does it really? And how did money come to be invented? Does it make us happier or unhappier? And what does the future hold for it? Author of Sapiens Yuval Noah Harari takes the reader on a journey from the very first coins through to 21st century economics and shows us how we are all on the brink of a revolution, whether we like it or not.

Freedom
Margaret Atwood


Can we ever be wholly free? In this book of breathtaking imaginary leaps that conjure dystopias and magical islands, the ever-astute, witty and wise Margaret Atwood holds a mirror up to our own world. The reflection we are faced with, of men and women in prisons literal and metaphorical, is frightening, but it is also a call to arms to speak and to act to preserve our freedom while we still can. And in that, there is hope.

Austerity
Yanis Varoufakis


How do we choose between what is fair and just, and what our debtors demand of us? Yanis Varoufakis was put in such a dilemma in 2015 when he became the finance minister of Greece. In this rousing book, he charts the absurdities that underpin calls for austerity, as well as his own battles with a bureaucracy bent on ignoring the human cost of its every action. This is a guide to modern economics, and its threat to democracy, like no other.

Injustice
Richard Wright


How to go on in a world where everything is set against you? With hope? In fear? Or, in violent struggle? In this gripping and disturbing book, Richard Wright weaves his own childhood recollections with those of Bigger Thomas - a young black man trapped in a life of poverty in the slums of Chicago, and unwittingly involved in a wealthy woman’s death - to paint a portrait of insurmountable oppression. Through the strange pride Bigger takes in his crime, Wright brings us to confront the systems of justice we blindly assume are always on our side.

Finding your identity
Work
Joseph Heller

Some people have the luxury of doing a job they enjoy and identify with. But Bob Slocum isn’t so lucky: he is anxious, bored and fearful of his job. So why is it he wants nothing more than the chance to speak at the next company convention? In this darkly satirical book, Catch-22 author Joseph Heller takes us for a turn on the maddening hamster wheel of work. Heller’s workplace is a cradle of paranoia, bravado and nauseating banter, forever shadowed by that perennial question, who’s really running the show here?

Home
Salman Rushdie


Salman Rushdie, a self-described ‘emigrant from one place and a newcomer in two’, explores the true meaning of Home. Writing with insight, passion and humour, he looks at what it means to belong, whether roots are real and homelands imaginary, what it is like to reconfigure your past from fragments of memory, and what happens when East meets West.

Liberty
Virginia Woolf


Freedom and enfranchisement. Something anarchical which pushes at boundaries. The sweetness of leisure time. Each of these rich avenues of meaning are bound up in the word 'liberty' and are explored here in varied pieces by one of the most ground-breaking writers of the last century. Whether via the passionate feminist polemic of A Room of One's Own, the experimental narrative of her fiction, or a whimsical account of roaming the streets of London, Virginia Woolf's writing will set your thoughts at liberty.

Language
Xiaolu Guo

Have you ever tried to learn another language? When Zhuang first comes to London from China she feels as though she is living among an alien species. The city is disorientating, the people unfriendly, the language a muddle of dominant personal pronouns and moody verbs. But as her fluency in English increases, surviving turns to living. And they say that the best way to learn a language is to fall in love with a native speaker…

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모두 20권으로 된 펭귄 빈티지 미니지 박스 세트.20권은 각권마다 20명의 유명작가들 글모음으로 구성되어있다.우리에게도 이미 유명한 마르셀 프로스트, 버지니아 울프, 올더스 헉슬리, 토니 모리슨, 줄리안 반스, 살만 루시디같은 작가도 있고, 아직 이름이 낯선 존 치버, 앤 인라이트, 헬렌 심슨, 조셉 헬러, 팀 팍스같은 작가도 있다.'미니'라는 이름처럼 책은 앏고 작고 아주 가볍다;
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모두 20권으로 된 펭귄 빈티지 미니지 박스 세트.

20권은 각권마다 20명의 유명작가들 글모음으로 구성되어있다.

우리에게도 이미 유명한 마르셀 프로스트, 버지니아 울프, 올더스 헉슬리, 토니 모리슨, 줄리안 반스, 살만 루시디같은 작가도 있고, 아직 이름이 낯선 존 치버, 앤 인라이트, 헬렌 심슨, 조셉 헬러, 팀 팍스같은 작가도 있다.

'미니'라는 이름처럼 책은 앏고 작고 아주 가볍다. 가방속에 넣고 다니기에 아무런 부담이 없을 정도. 이 정도로 작고 얇으니 이 작가들의 단편을 모은 것인가 생각하기 쉬운데 그렇지는 않다. 장편소설에서 몇 챕터 발췌한 경우가 적지않다. 가령 루이자 메이 올컷의 'sisters'는 실은 작은 아씨들의 일부분이다. 

하지만 Great Minds, Big Ideas, Little Books라는 책소개처럼 이 20권 세트가 다루고있는 주제는 인간의 삶 전체에 관한 것이다.

The twenty books in the Vintage Minis box set bring you the world's greatest writers on the experiences that make us human. These beautifully designed, entertaining little books explore the whole spectrum of life- from birth to death, and everything in between.



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전철 이용시 가능한 책을 읽는다. 딱히 스마트폰을 봐야할 일이 없을경우에는 책만큼 시간보내기 좋은것이 없다. 문제는 책 하나를 들고가기 위해서 가방을 이용해야한다는 불편함. 머 물론 전자책을 이용할 수도 있긴 하겠지만, 아직은 책으로 읽는 사람들한테는 이 모음집이 반가울 수 있다. 꽤 알려진 작가들의 작품에서 주제별로 발췌한 짧은 '읽을거리들' 이라고나 할까. 하루키처럼;
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전철 이용시 가능한 책을 읽는다. 딱히 스마트폰을 봐야할 일이 없을경우에는 책만큼 시간보내기 좋은것이 없다. 문제는 책 하나를 들고가기 위해서 가방을 이용해야한다는 불편함. 머 물론 전자책을 이용할 수도 있긴 하겠지만, 아직은 책으로 읽는 사람들한테는 이 모음집이 반가울 수 있다. 꽤 알려진 작가들의 작품에서 주제별로 발췌한 짧은 '읽을거리들' 이라고나 할까. 하루키처럼 읽기 편한 작가도 있지만 대부분 영어권 작가들이라서 쉽게 읽히지 않는 글들도 있다. 뭐 어떤가. 주머니에 쏙 들어가는 크기로 아무데서나 읽을 수 있는데.

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아직 읽기 전인데 세트가 예쁩니다~ㅎ
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