Monthly Archives: July 2012

Gifts galore!

Somerville Library has recently been the grateful recipient of several very generous gifts of books from Old Somervillians! On top of the previously mentioned collection of largely Italian books from Christina Roaf, all of which have now been accessioned, Chinta … Continue reading

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Books added week commencing 23rd July 2012

Land law: text, cases, and materials (2nd edn.) by Ben McFarlane et al. (2 copies) Speech and harm: controversies over free speech edited by Ishani Maitra and Mary Kate McGowan (On Display) An introduction to the Gawain poet by John … Continue reading

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Books added 18th July 2012

Monteverdi’s musical theatre by Tim Carter Emblems of eloquence: opera and women’s voices in seventeenth-century Venice by Wendy Heller Speaking American: a history of English in the United States by Richard W. Bailey Two revisions of Rolle’s English Psalter commentary … Continue reading

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Books written by Old Somervillians added 17th July 2012

In the middle of the night by Kathy Henderson (Old Somervillian, On Display) The storm by Kathy Henderson (Old Somervillian) Fearless Fitzroy by Kathy Henderson (Old Somervillian) Sam and the big machines by Kathy Henderson (Old Somervillian) Sam and the … Continue reading

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Books added 16th/17th July 2012

A repertorium of middle English prose sermons (4 vols.) edited by Veronica O’Mara and Suzanne Paul A reference grammar of modern Italian (2nd edn.) by Martin Maiden and Cecilia Robustelli History and illusion in politics by Raymond Geuss Gabriel GarcĂ­a … Continue reading

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Books added 2nd July 2012

The Oxford handbook of Roman Egypt edited by Christina Riggs Winifred Holtby’s social vision: ‘members one of another’ by Lisa Regan (On Display) Vector calculus (6th edn.) by Jerrold E. Marsden and Anthony Tromba (On Display) Speeches on behalf of … Continue reading

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