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THE FIELD OF THE GREAT   Marlai Choophinit

This vivid chronicle of an upcountry district in the heart of Siam, an epic social fresco and ode to human endeavour and wilfulness, will take you through a wide sweep of emotions.

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THE JUDGMENT   Chart Korbjitti

All guilty. This epoch-making novel, set in the rural central Thailand of the 1980s, is a scathing satire and chilling endictment of modern society. Winner of the 1982 SEA Write Award.

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THE MEDIUM   Wimon Sainimnuan

Black magic + folk credulity = money + fame + greed. After Snakes, the second part of the celebrated Khoak Phranang quartet.

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THE MURDER CASE OF TOK IMAM STORPA KARDE   Siriworn Kaewkan

Who killed the old imam, and why? The novel every Thai, everyone concerned with the situation in Thailand’s deep South, should read.

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THE PATH OF THE TIGER   Sila Komchai

Deep into the jungle, a young hunter goes after a barking deer only to be stalked by a tiger. A powerful novel of adventure, introspection and wisdom, as well as a parable on revolutionary commitment.

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THE STORY OF JAN DARRA   Utsana Phleungtham

Sex, guilt and retribution. No porn, but an erotic novel with few equivalents in the world of literature.

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THE WHITE SHADOW   Saneh Sangsuk

Portrait of the artist as a young rascal.
The scandalous 1994 Thai novel hailed as a world-class masterpiece.

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THUTIYAWISEIT   Bunluea

As seen through the eyes of his wife, the rise and fall of a military strongman in 1950s and 1960s Thailand that is a probing, ironic and still valid portrait of the Thai elite,

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TIME   Chart Korbjitti

A multimedia novel on artistic creation, human foibles, burdens and aspirations, and the changing values of Thai society – altogether, a masterly cocktail of laughs and tears crowned by the 1994 SEA Write Award

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TIME IN A BOTTLE   Praphatsorn Seiwikun

This national bestseller, emblematic of the 1970s student generation, explores the generation gap between parents and children in a Bangkok middle-class family, the pains of growing up and tug-of-war between friendship and love in teenage hearts.

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