• September 2005

      In Defense of Partisan Criticism

      Communication Studies, Law, and Social Analysis

      by Omar Swartz

      In Defense of Partisan Criticism is a far-reaching exploration of the legal, philosophical, and rhetorical basis for understanding social justice in the United States. Through a thoughtful investigation of key political, social, and legal events in the hi

    • October 2017

      K.V. Dominic Criticism and Commentary

      Essential Readings Companion

      by Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya (Author)

      Peek inside the mind one of Contemporary India's most influential poets Inside this book you'll find Dr. Ramesh Chandra Mukhopadhyaya, one of the most erudite philosopher-critics of India, brilliantly evaluating his compatriot English poet

    • February 2012

      Writers On The Edge

      22 Writers Speak About Addiction and Dependency

      by Diana M. Raab (Editor),James Brown (Editor)

      Writers On The Edge offers a range of essays, memoirs and poetry written by major contemporary authors who bring fresh insight into the dark world of addiction, from drugs and alcohol, to sex, gambling and food. Editors Diana Raab and Jam

    • October 2017

      T.V. Reddy's Poetry - The Pulse of Life

      Essential Readings

      by T. Vasudeva Reddy (Author),K.V. Dominic (Foreword)

      The Pulse of Life: Essential Readings is a representative collection of the poetry of T. Vasudeva Reddy, a luminous star shining in Indian English poetry. His poetry is a pleasant blend of the traditional and the modern, the realistic and the roman

    • September 2012

      The Gothic Wanderer

      From Transgression to Redemption; Gothic Literature from 1794 - present

      by Tyler R. Tichelaar (Author),Marie Mulvey-Roberts (Foreword)

      The Gothic Wanderer Rises Eternal in Popular Literature From the horrors of sixteenth century Italian castles to twenty-first century plagues, from the French Revolution to the liberation of Libya, Tyler R. Tichelaar takes readers<br/

    • The Arts
      April 2018

      Backwards and in Heels

      The Past, Present And Future Of Women Working In Film

      by Alicia Malone

      #1 New Release on Amazon! ─ Backwards and in Heels − women in film and their struggle against bias"After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did. She just did it backwards and in high heels"

    • Teaching, Language & Reference
      April 1967

      Les marchands écrivains

      Affaires et humanisme à Florence 1375–1434

      by Christian Bec

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      November 2017

      Anne Boleyn

      by Amy Licence

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      July 2017

      The Beatles' Landmarks in Liverpool

      by Daniel K. Longman, Bill Harry

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2018

      'I Was Transformed' Frederick Douglass

      by Laurence Fenton

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      February 2018

      La Reine Blanche

      by Sarah Bryson

    • August 2015

      A Companion to Herman Melville

      by Wyn Kelley

      In a series of 35 original essays, this companion demonstrates the relevance of Melville’s works in the twenty-first century. Presents 35 original essays by scholars from around the world, representing a range of different approaches

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      March 2019

      AEC Regents in Service

      The Late 1960s and 1970s

      by David Christie

      From 1967 to the late 1970s the author visited many towns and cities in Britain, photographing the remaining traditional buses in service. This book concentrates on one marque – the AEC Regent, which was to be found generally in its Mk 3 variant and more

    • Lifestyle, Sport & Leisure
      March 2019

      Illustrated Tales of Yorkshire

      by David Paul

      Author and historian David Paul brings us a selection of the county's strange and mythical tales from across Yorkshire, from the Wolds, Dales and Moors to its less well known rural landscape, from the coast to inland to its towns, villages and cities. The

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      March 2019

      Louis XIV

      The Real King of Versailles

      by Josephine Wilkinson

      An intelligent, authoritative, and often surprising biography of the most famous of French monarchs. A fresh perspective on one of the most fascinating kings in European history. Praise for Josephine Wilkinson: 'An impressive revisionist biography.' The

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      March 2019

      Matchbox Toys

      by Nick Jones

      Lesney Products was formed in 1947 to make zinc castings, mainly for the building industry; toys were a sideline when business happened to be slow. To cash in on the upcoming 1953 Coronation of Princess Elizabeth they decided to model a miniature of the C

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      March 2019

      Shoot for the Moon

      The Space Race and the Voyage of Apollo 11

      by James Donovan

      'This is the best book on Apollo that I have read. Extensively researched and meticulously accurate, it successfully traces not only the technical highlights of the program but also the contributions of the extraordinary people who made it possible.' (Mik

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      March 2019

      Abram Games: His Wartime Work

      by Naomi Games

      In 1946, Abram Games’ left with War Office armed with this testimonial: ‘His work had to be subtly persuasive, or directly “propagandist” – but it was always effective, compelling, and of outstanding quality.’ During the Second World War, Captain Games,

    • Humanities & Social Sciences
      April 2019

      Britain's Railways in the 1970s

      by David Hayes

      The 1970s was a unique period for Britain’s railways. Steam had not long been replaced by diesel traction, the West Coast Main Line electrification was well underway with new and more powerful locomotives, and the colourful ‘rail-blue’ livery projected an

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