Monthly Archives: January 2015

Books added 31st January 2015

Cathedral: the great English cathedrals and the world that made them, 600-1540 by Jon Cannon (On Display) Afghanistan from the Cold War through the War on Terror by Barnett R. Rubin The murder, betrayal, and slaughter of the glorious Charles, … Continue reading

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Books added 30th January 2015

Heavy weather by P. G. Wodehouse [we have bought this and several others to replace a number which went Missing several years ago, and which will live in our light reading section in the loggia] The boundaries of pure morphology: … Continue reading

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Books added 29th January 2015

Inscriptions and their uses in Greek and Latin literature edited by Peter Liddel and Polly Low Adapting to a changing environment: confronting the consequences of climate change by Tim R. McClanahan and Joshua E. Cinner Subversion and sympathy: gender, law, … Continue reading

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Books added 28th January 2015

Blackwood’s magazine, 1817-25: selections from Maga’s infancy. 6 vols. general editor: Nicholas Mason Knowing their place?: the intellectual life of women in the 19th century edited by Brendan Walsh (Includes chapter on Old Somervillians Helen Waddell and Maude Clarke; On … Continue reading

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Books added 26th January 2015

Compressed sensing: theory and applications by edited by Yonina C. Eldar and Gitta Kutyniok Collected poetry and prose by Dante Gabriel Rossetti; edited by Jerome McGann Music and the mind: essays in honour of John Sloboda edited by Irène Deliège … Continue reading

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Books added 22nd January 2015

Economics (9th edn.) by John Sloman, Alison Wride and Dean Garratt History from things: essays on material culture edited by Steven Lubar and W. David Kingery Direct compositionality edited by Chris Barker and Pauline Jacobson (On Display)

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Books added 20th January 2015

Speculate, experiment, evolve: why open-source government will be the only survivor of the digital revolution by George K. Smith Bread and ale for the brethren: the provisioning of Norwich Cathedral priory 1260-1536 by Philip Slavin (On Display) Re-emergence: locating conscious … Continue reading

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