Monthly Archives: August 2017

Books added week commencing 28th August 2017

The new Turkey and its discontents by Simon A. Waldman and Emre Caliskan Molecular reaction dynamics by Raphael D. Levine Milano introduzione storica di Gianni Guadalupi ; testo e schede di Gabriele Reina John Keats in context edited by Michael … Continue reading

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Books added 23rd-25th August 2017

The rise and fall of American growth : the U.S. standard of living since the Civil War by Robert J. Gordon Reaction mechanisms of inorganic and organometallic systems (3rd edn) by Robert B. Jordan Harvest of the moor by Margaret … Continue reading

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Books added 21st August 2017

Formal semantics : an introduction by Ronnie Cann Imperial Germany and the Great War, 1914-1918 by Roger Chickering Plays one : Forty years on, Getting on, Habeas corpus and Enjoy by Alan Bennett Smith, Hogan, and Ormerod’s text, cases, and … Continue reading

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Books added 18th August 2017

Lanthanide and actinide chemistry by Simon Cotton Major poetic works by Charlotte Smith ; edited by Claire Knowles and Ingrid Horrocks Blanche of Castile : Queen of France by Lindy Grant Principles of comparative politics (3rd edn) by William Roberts … Continue reading

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Books added 16th August 2017

Principles and practice in EU sports law by Stephen Weatherill (Fellow; On Display) Before the Gregorian reform : the Latin Church at the turn of the first millennium by John Howe Russian splendor : sumptuous fashions of the Russian court … Continue reading

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Books added 1st August 2017

Naiza Khan : works 1987-2013 (artist an Old Somervillian) Dear Winifred : letters to Winifred and Ben Nicholson, 1926-1930 by Christopher Wood ; edited by Anne Goodchild Friendship and its discourses in the seventeenth century by Cedric C. Brown Molecular … Continue reading

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