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  • Cover scan of Caledonian Dreaming
    Caledonian Dreaming: The Quest For A Different Scotland
    Gerry Hassan - Paperback - Luath Press
    'Caledonian Dreaming' examines the state of contemporary Scotland, the independence referendum, and its wider consequences. Hassan challenges the myths that define modern Scotland and its place in the United Kingdom.
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    A Capital View: The Art Of Edinburgh
    Alyssa Jean Popiel - Hardback - Birlinn
    Edinburgh boasts one of the largest and most diverse collections of art of any city in Britain. In this book, Alyssa Popiel has selected 100 artworks from the Enlightenment to the present day which depict the city and its surroundings, introducing the artists, discussing technical details and offering fascinating historical and anecdotal information.
  • Cover scan of Change Your Story, Change Your Life
    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.
  • Cover scan of The Closet Of Savage Mementos
    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.
  • Cover scan of Constitutional Violence

    £24.99
    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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    The Cultural Politics Of Emotion
    Sara Ahmed - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This book examines how emotions are crucial to politics. Emotions work to define who we are as well as shape what we do. With reference to topical issues, the book suggests that emotions circulate within public culture, as well as shape our encounters with others in everyday life.
  • Cover scan of A Colder War
    A Colder War
    Charles Cumming - Hardback - HarperCollinsPublishers
    Paul Wallinger, MI6's most senior officer in the Middle East, is killed when the small plane he is piloting crashes into the Adriatic. It looks like a tragic accident, but in the world of the secret service, nothing is ever as it seems. Rogue spy Thomas Kell has been working off the books for Amelia Levene, head of MI6. She dispatches Kell to Turkey to investigate the incident and to find out why sensitive MI6 operations in the region keep getting blown. What he discovers is a shocking secret about America's intelligence community which could have seismic repercussions in London and Washington.
  • Cover scan of A Colder War
    A Colder War
    Charles Cumming - Paperback - HarperCollinsPublishers
    Paul Wallinger, MI6's most senior officer in the Middle East, is killed when the small plane he is piloting crashes into the Adriatic. It looks like a tragic accident, but in the world of the secret service, nothing is ever as it seems. Rogue spy Thomas Kell has been working off the books for Amelia Levene, head of MI6. She dispatches Kell to Turkey to investigate the incident and to find out why sensitive MI6 operations in the region keep getting blown. What he discovers is a shocking secret about America's intelligence community which could have seismic repercussions in London and Washington.

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