Monthly Archives: December 2012

Books added 18th December 2012

Seduced by logic: Émilie du Châtelet, Mary Somerville, and the Newtonian revolution by Robyn Arianrhod (On Display) A rulebook for arguments (4th edn.) by Anthony Weston Martin Luther: a very short introduction by Scott H. Hendrix The little angel and … Continue reading

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Books added 17th December 2012

Seven-headed Luther: essays in commemoration of a quincentenary, 1483-1983 by P.N. Brooks Fragments d’un combat 1938-1940: Alger républicain, le Soir républicain by Albert Camus Responding to Chekhov: the journey of a lifetime by Harvey Pitcher Storm of steel by Ernst … Continue reading

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Books added 13th December

The war in Eastern Europe: travels through the Balkans in 1915 by John Reed Voyage of the beagle: Charles Darwin’s journal of researches by Charles Darwin Essays in appreciation by Christopher Ricks (On Display) The idea of race edited, with … Continue reading

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Books added 11th December 2012

A guide to the churches of Oxfordshire by Jennifer Sherwood; with drawings and photographs by John Piper The Customs House by Andrew Motion (On Display)

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Books added 7th December 2012

Ionesco, Rhinocéros by C.E.J. Dolamore Destiny or chance: our solar system and its place in the cosmos by Stuart Ross Taylor Design of comparative experiments by R.A. Bailey Applied solid mechanics by Peter Howell, John Ockendon and Gregory Kozyreff Poeti … Continue reading

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Books added 6th December 2012

L’Égypte dessinée by Bruno Cassiers (On Display) The theory of finite groups: an introduction by Hans Kurzweil, Bernd Stellmacher (2 copies, 1 On Display) Time series models (2nd edn.) by Andrew C. Harvey The complete poems by Sir Thomas Wyatt; … Continue reading

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Books added 5th December 2012

Phonetic data analysis: an introduction to fieldwork and instrumental techniques by Peter Ladefoged Consider the fork: a history of invention in the kitchen by Bee Wilson (On Display) Japanese travellers in sixteenth-century Europe: a dialogue concerning the mission of the … Continue reading

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