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  • Cover scan of The Consequences Of Possession

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    The Consequences Of Possession
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This volume is an international collection of essays on the consequences of possession in law, examined from a comparative and historical perspective.
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    The Commonwealth Games
    Brian Oliver - Paperback - Bloomsbury
    The Commonwealth Games are coming to Glasgow in July 2014. Following the roaring success of the London 2012 Olympics the spotlight is on these Games and excitement levels are high. Sports journalist Brian Oliver brings these often overlooked Games to life with fantastic stories of the athletes who have competed over the years. He delves into past games for the best tales, and interviews the key protagonists to unveil the highs and lows of this eccentric sporting competition.
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    Cold City
    Cathy McSporran - Paperback - Freight
    Two weeks after his death, Susan McPherson sees her father on the street in Glasgow. Not long after she takes an overdose and is committed to a psychiatric institution. There, she is given a cocktail of drugs and soon finds herself moving between the reality of hospital and an alternate city, permanently covered in snow and ice. As Susan is drawn into the struggles and relationships of this new parallel world, her grip on the 'first world' loosens further.
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    Caleb's List: Climbing The Scottish Mountains Visible From Arthur's Seat
    Kellan MacInnes - Paperback - Luath Press
    From the summit of Arthur's Seat in Edinburgh, 20 mountains can be seen. These mountains, the 'Arthurs' form Caleb's List. This is not only a guide to climbing the Arthurs, but also the story of how the list came about, and how becoming an Arthurist helped the author in his battle with AIDS.
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    A Capital View: The Art Of Edinburgh
    Alyssa Poppiel - Hardback - Birlinn
    Edinburgh boasts one of the largest and most diverse collections of any city in Britain. In this book, Alyssa Poppiel features 100 artworks from the city collection.
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    Change Your Story, Change Your Life: Using Shamanic And Jungian Tools To Achieve Personal Transformation
    Carl Greer - Paperback - Findhorn
    A practical self-help guide to personal transformation using traditional shamanic techniques combined with journaling and Carl Greer's method for dialoguing that draws upon Jungian active imagination.
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    Children's Literature
    M. O. Grenby - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Introducing students to the unique challenges of working with children's literature, this title outlines what is different about writing for children followed by a succinct account of the often neglected history of children's literature.
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    Children's Literature
    M. O. Grenby - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    Introducing students to the unique challenges of working with children's literature, this title outlines what is different about writing for children followed by a succinct account of the often neglected history of children's literature.
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    The Closet Of Savage Mementos
    Nuala Ní Chonchúir - Paperback - New Island
    'The Closet of Savage Memenos' is drawn directly from the author's own experiences and explores heartbreak, loss, motherhood and adoption in a gripping narrative and the same expressive, emotive and exciting prose we have come to expect from Nuala Ní Chonchúir.
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    Constitutional Violence: Legitimacy, Democracy And Human Rights
    Ninet - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    If constitutional legitimacy is based on violence, what does this mean for democracy? Almost every stat in the world has a written consitution. The great majority of these declare the constitution to be the law controlling the organs of the state. We tend to label western liberal political systems into a domain of politics where the people rule and a domain of law that is set aside for a trained elite. Legal, poltical and constitutional practices seem to be irreconcilable. Is good government feasible and is a constitutional system the best device to rule a country? Can the public and legal sovereignties be reconciled?

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