Books added 13th March 2017

English medieval embroidery : opus anglicanum
edited by Clare Browne, Glyn Davies and M.A. Michael with the assistance of Michaela Zöschg (On Display)

The Cantrbury pilgrims : being Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales retold for children
by M. Sturt (Old Somervillian) and E.C. Oakden (On Display)

Women in eighteenth-century Scotland : intimate, intellectual and public lives
edited by Katie Barclay and Deborah Simonton (On Display)

Physics and chemistry of interfaces
by Hans-Jürgen Butt, Karlheinz Graf, and Michael Kappl

Isabella Whitney, Mary Sidney and Aemilia Lanyer : Renaissance women poets
by Isabella Whitney, Mary Sidney and Aemilia Lanyer ; edited by Danielle Clarke

Dreamers of a new day : women who invented the twentieth century
by Sheila Rowbotham

Nevskiĭ prospekt
by N. V. Gogolʹ ; edited with introduction, bibliography, notes and vocabulary by Michael Pursglove

Three Russian tales of the eighteenth century : The Comely Cook, Vanka Kain, and “Poor Liza”
by Mikhail Chulkov, Matvei Komarov, and Nikolai Karamzin ; translated and with an introduction by David Gasperetti

Dante’s two beloveds : ethics and erotics in the ‘Divine comedy’
by Olivia Holmes

The rise of the global company : multinationals and the making of the modern world
by Robert Fitzgerald

India in the world economy : from antiquity to the present
by Tirthankar Roy (On Display)

The political philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal : Islam and nationalism in late colonial India
by Iqbal Singh Sevea

Charles I and the aristocracy, 1625-1642
by Richard Cust (On Display)

Rembrandt : the painter thinking
by Ernst van de Wetering

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