Monthly Archives: March 2017

Books added 31st March 2017

Wood’s Radley College diary (1855-1861) edited by Mark Spurrell Greco-Egyptian interactions : literature, translation, and culture, 500 BCE – 300 CE edited by Ian Rutherford The Caribbean before Columbus by William F. Keegan and Corinne L. Hofman Proctors for parliament … Continue reading

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Books added 29th March 2017

The Holy Roman Empire : a thousand years of Europe’s history by Peter H. Wilson The magician’s doubts : Nabokov and the risks of fiction by Michael Wood Saint Aldhelm’s Riddles translated by A.M. Juster Medieval Powys : kingdom, principality … Continue reading

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Books added 27th March 2017

Leap Year lyrics by Meriel De Laszlo (Old Somervillian ; On Display) The new Sylva : a discourse of forest & orchard trees for the twenty-first century by Gabriel Hemery & Sarah Simblet (On Display) A Chekhov companion edited by … Continue reading

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Books added 24th March 2017

Ben Uri : 100 years in London : art, identity and migration edited by Sarah MacDougall and Rachel Dickson The succession to Muhammad : a study of the early Caliphate by Wilferd Madelung Does anything really matter? : essays on … Continue reading

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Books added 22nd March 2017

Across a sea of troubles : a memoir of illness, loss and recovery by Jennifer Barraclough (Old Somervillian ; On Display) The origin of higher taxa : palaeobiological, developmental, and ecological perspectives by T.S. Kemp Politics and tradition between Rome, … Continue reading

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Books added 21st March 2017

Poor relief in England, 1350-1600 by Marjorie Keniston McIntosh A social history of England, 1500-1750 by Keith Wrightson Fynbos : ecology, evolution, and conservation of a megadiverse region edited by Nicky Allsopp, Jonathan F. Colville and G. Anthony Verboom

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Books added 20th March 2017

Weeping Britannia : portrait of a nation in tears by Thomas Dixon (On Display) The Hellenistic age by Peter Thonemann Words like daggers : violent female speech in Early Modern England by Kirilka Stavreva Taste as experience : the philosophy … Continue reading

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