Monthly Archives: March 2013

Books added 22nd March 2013

Ferry: the Jerusalem cat by Marghanita Laski (Old Somervillian); illustrated by Meg Rutherford (On Display) Everyday ecstasy by Marghanita Laski (Old Somervillian) Sensory ecology, behaviour, and evolution by Martin Stevens Advertisements

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Books added 20th March 2013`

Patrons and painters: a study in the relations between Italian art and society in the age of the Baroque (Rev. and enl. edn.) by Francis Haskell Introduction to planetary geomorphology by Ronald Greeley (On Display) Introduction to astronomical spectroscopy by … Continue reading

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Books added 18th March 2013

Romans and romantics edited by Timothy Saunders et al. (On Display) Rhetoric, politics and popularity in pre-revolutionary England by Markku Peltonen (On Display) Worlds of Arthur: facts & fictions of the dark ages by Guy Halsall Young Milton: the emerging … Continue reading

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Books added 14th-15th March 2013

Urban transformation edited by Ilka & Andreas Ruby Electricity and magnetism (3rd edn.) by Edward M. Purcell, David J. Morin (2 copies) Ethics, literature, and theory: an introductory reader (2nd edn.) edited by Stephen K. George

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Books added 11th March 2013

Beginnings: and other poems by Daphne Gloag (Old Somervillian, On Display) The unknown bridesmaid by Margaret Forster (Old Somervillian, On Display) On living and dying well by Marcus Tullius Cicero; passages selected and translated, with an introduction and notes, by … Continue reading

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Books added 8th March 2013

Sexed texts : language, gender and sexuality by Paul Baker A treatise of human nature: a critical edition by David Hume; edited by David Fate Norton and Mary J. Norton (2 vols.) Political letters and speeches by Ambrose of Milan; … Continue reading

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Books added 7th March 2013

Handbook of international relations (2nd edn.) edited by Walter Carlsnaes, Thomas Risse and Beth A. Simmons Sufism: a global history by Nile Green Strange parallels: Southeast Asia in global context, c.800-1830 (2 vols.) by Victor Lieberman (Vol. I On Display) … Continue reading

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