Monthly Archives: November 2013

Books added 29th November 2013

Working with Shakespeare edited by Peter Holland The image by Ann Faber (Old Somervillian, On Display)

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Books added 27th November 2013

Odes, book I by Horace; edited by Roland Mayer Pro Marco Caelio by Cicero; edited by Andrew R. Dyck (2 copies) The probabilistic method (3rd edn.) by Noga Alon and Joel H. Spencer Twentieth-century French poetry: a critical anthology edited … Continue reading

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Books added 26th November 2013

Souvenirs and new ideas: travel and collecting in Egypt and the Near East edited by Diane Fortenberry Understanding global conflict and cooperation: an introduction to theory and history (9th edn.) by Joseph S. Nye, Jr. and David A. Welch Introduction … Continue reading

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Books added 21st November 2013

Wonder of the age: master painters of India, 1100-1900 by John Guy and Jorrit Britschgi The art of Anglo-Saxon England by Catherine E. Karkov (On Display) Perceptions of place: twenty-first century interpretations of English place-name studies (Supernumerary volume of the … Continue reading

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Books added 19th November 2013

The Iohannis, or, De bellis Libycis by Flavius Cresconius Corippus; introduction and translation by George W. Shea The Master & Margarita: a critical companion edited by Laura D. Weeks (On Display) Six plays by Michael Bulgakov; introduced by Lesley Milne … Continue reading

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Books added 16th November 2013

Sexuality, gender and power: intersectional and transnational perspectives edited by Anna G. Jónasdóttir, Valerie Bryson and Kathleen B. Jones On violence by Hannah Arendt The wings of the doves: love and desire in Dante and medieval culture by Elena Lombardi … Continue reading

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Books added 14th November 2013

The Cambridge companion to Dante (2nd edn.) edited by Rachel Jacoff The undercover economist (2nd edn.) by Tim Harford King Leopold’s ghost: a story of greed, terror and heroism in colonial Africa by Adam Hochschild (On Display) Roman literary culture: … Continue reading

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