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  • The Monopoly

    R195

    This publication will teach you how to be fruitful, multiply, replenish and dominate your space through self-governing, love, compassion, leadership, control and management. If you cannot be successful where you are, find an environment in which you can establish yourself. About The Author-Benjamin Nengwani is an author, speaker, market disruptor, relationship and business coach.

  • Spring

    R250

    Celebrating all the joys of spring, this bright gift book examines some of the most beautiful, transformative and amusing artistic expressions of the spring season, all drawn from Tate’s collection.Spring considers how the traditional season of growth and rebirth has influenced artists over centuries.

    Following the 2019 publication, Winter, this new selection of works is divided into key springtime themes – ‘Blossom and Blooms’,‘Into the Landscape’, ‘In the Garden’, ‘Agriculture’, ‘Rebirth’ and ‘Uprising’.

  • I love you I hate you

    R440

    I love you I hate you is a book about Johannesburg told in two parts.

    The first is told through design. The second part is told through the essays of 34 writers describing a complicated relationship with Johannesburg.

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    A Little Feminist History of Art

    R220

    Exploring themes such as gender inequality, sexuality, domestic life, personal experiences and the female body, A Little Feminist History of Art is a celebration of one of the most ambitious, influential and enduring artistic movements to emerge from the twentieth century.

  • Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc: Cap d’Antibes

    R1,050

    Effortless service is the ultimate luxury, and at the Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc, your welcome is as warm and enveloping as a Mediterranean summer’s night. The spectacular setting is only enhanced by the courteous and ubiquitous hotel staff, there to anticipate your every need. Meet the valets, porters, decorators, florists, chefs, tennis pros, and the other artisans of hospitality who keep the hotel running as smoothly as a fine Swiss watch.

  • Fashion Magazine by Lise Sarfati: Austin, Texas

    R395

    This edition of Fashion Magazine is devoted solely to the work of French photographer Lise Sarfati.

  • Fashion Game Book: A World History of 20th Century Fashion

    R385

    Brainiacs have all the fun in this compendium of fashion intrigue, lore, who s who, and what’s what.

  • Paris. New York. Shanghai: A book about the past, present, and (possibly) future capital of the world

    R350

    This uniquely bound three-volume accordion-folded set opens up to allow the reader not only to view each city individually, but also to compare simultaneously the three photographic studies of each metropolis and its citizens.

  • My DIY Afternoon Recycling

    R200

    A book jam-packed with creative activities to make beautiful objects from recycled everyday materials.

  • Dijo – My Food, My Journey

    R350

    Divided into three sections that span his food journey, Dijo is an affirmation of South African cuisine, its heritage and its unique flavours. Readers will go on a journey through the simplest yet most-loved of township dishes, to the more complex fine-dining molecular gastronomy creations he has become known for. It truly is a reflection of his life lived through food.

  • What are the Seven Wonders of the World?: And 100 Other Great Cultural Lists–Fully Explicated

    R150

    This clever format lends itself well to quizzing and guessing, which gives it a deliciously sophisticated parlor-game quality. But for those who wish to delve a little deeper, there are thoughtful essays to go with each answer that include fascinating details and place the list in its larger cultural or historical context. Much more than a book of trivia, What Are the 7 Wonders of the World? offers a grand overview of the knowledge needed to appreciate many of the finest things in our cultural and intellectual life.

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    The Corruption of Capitalism

    This book reveals how global capitalism is rigged in favour of rentiers to the detriment of all of us, especially the precariat. A plutocracy and elite enriches itself, not through production of goods and services, but through ownership of assets, including intellectual property, aided by subsidies, tax breaks, debt mechanisms, revolving doors between politics and business, and the privatisation of public services. Rentier capitalism is entrenched by the corruption of democracy, manipulated by the plutocracy and an elite-dominated media.

  • Lady Chatterly’s Villa: D. H. Lawrence on the Italian Riviera (Literary Travellers)

    R300

    November 1925 found David and Frieda Lawrence on the Italian Riviera, looking for sun, sea air, and health. The Lawrences were exhilarated by life in their rented villa, set amid olive groves and vineyards, with a view of the sparkling Mediterranean. The drab English winter couldn’t have been farther away.

    But before long Frieda found herself irresistibly attracted to their landlord, a dashing Italian army officer, and the resulting affair served as the background for Lawrence’s writing: while in the villa, he turned out two stories, “Sun” and “The Virgin and the Gypsy,” both prefiguring Lady Chatterley’s Lover in their depiction of women fatally drawn to earthy, muscular men.

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    The Art of Memoir

    R260

    Anchored by excerpts from her favorite memoirs and anecdotes from fellow writers’ experience, The Art of Memoir lays bare Karr’s own process. (Plus all those inside stories about how she dealt with family and friends get told— and the dark spaces in her own skull probed in depth.) As she breaks down the key elements of great literary memoir, she breaks open our concepts of memory and identity, and illuminates the cathartic power of reflecting on the past; anybody with an inner life or complicated history, whether writer or reader, will relate.

  • As We Like It: Jewellery and Tableware 1988-2008

    R815

    Since the Goldsmithing and Watch-making School in Pforzheim was founded in 1988, it has earned a deserved reputation as being state-of-the-art in training future makers of jewelry and tableware.

  • The Cape Whale Coast: Gateway to the Overberg Region of South Africa

    R200

    Describes guesthouses and hotels, vineyards and vintners, restaurants and recipes; artists of the Overberg region of Western Cape Province; and its marine life.