ULYSSES, by James Joyce. (Folio, $795.) With illustrations by John Vernon Lord, this extravagant edition of 500 copies celebrates the novel’s 100th anniversary.
BEATRIX POTTER: Attracted by nature, edited by Annemarie Bilclough. (Rizzoli Electa, $45.) The catalog accompanying an exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London brings together the drawings, photos and letters of the author of “Peter Rabbit”.
YO! The beginnings of hip-hop 1982-84, photography by Sophie Bramly. (ArtBook, $49.95.) Images documenting the birth of hip-hop in New York appear alongside text from Fab 5 Freddy, Lady Pink, Run-DMC and more.
YVES SAINT LAURENT MUSEUM MARRAKECH, by Studio KO. (Phaidon, $49.95.) A “heartfelt diary” of the 1,423 days it took architects to design and build this landmark by Parisian designer and associate Pierre Bergé.
PEACEFUL PLACES: Collected essays, by Peter Handke. Translated by Krishna Winston and Ralph Manheim. (Farrar, Straus & Giroux, $30.) This collection from the 2019 Nobel laureate includes essays on the refuge of bathrooms, the various manifestations of human exhaustion and the story of “the mushroom maniac.” , a friend who disappears in a crisis of obsession.
TEARS OF AN INWARD-FLUENT MAN: Growing up in Burundi’s civil war, by Pacific Irankunda. (Random House, $27.) In this moving memoir, Irankunda recalls living through a 13-year civil war that turned his life upside down in Burundi when he was just 4 years old and contemplates the loss of culture and the tradition of his country because of violence.
WORLDS OF EXILE AND ILLUSION, by Ursula K. Le Guin. (Tor Books, $19.99.) This omnibus collection brings together the first three novels of Le Guin’s acclaimed Hainish series, including “Rocannon’s World,” “Planet of Exile,” and “City of Illusions,” and is introduced by the review of fantastic and scientific literature. fiction columnist, Amal El-Mohtar.
IN THE MARGIN: On the pleasures of reading and writing, by Elena Ferrante. (Europa, $14.99.) Ferrante reflects on the style, its literary influences, the “arduous journey” of women in literature, and details the struggles she faces as a writer of fiction in this collection of essays. crispy.