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  • Cover scan of Essays On Life
    Essays On Life
    Thomas Mitchell - Paperback - Vagabond Voices
    Thomas Mitchell's essays on how to live well were completed in 1913, and reflect a clear mind and a good education, but also confidence in the world and society that was about to be shattered. No doubt some thoughts he expressed would have been impossible to reaffirm five years later.
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    Exploring Victorian Travel Literature: Disease, Race And Climate
    Jessica Howell - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This interdisciplinary study explores both the personal and political significance of climate in the Victorian imagination. It analyses foreboding imagery of miasma, sludge and rot across non-fictional and fictional travel narratives, speeches, private journals and medical advice tracts. Well-known authors such as Joseph Conrad are placed in dialogue with minority writers such as Mary Seacole and Africanus Horton in order to understand their different approaches to representing white illness abroad.
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    English Girl In New York
    Scarlet Wilson - Hardback - Mills & Boon
  • Cover scan of Emergency!
    Julie Fletcher - Boards - Scholastic Children's Books
    This colourful board book is packed with noisy emergency vehicles. Toddlers will love turning the chunky shaped pages and discovering a bright fire engine, a noisy ambulance, a zooming police car, a busy snow plough and a speedy lifeboat, all ready to save the day.
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    The Edinburgh History Of The Greeks, C. 500 To 1050
    Florin Curta - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This volume traces the social, economic and political history of the Greeks between 500 and 1050.
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    Edinburgh In The 1950s: Ten Years That Changed A City
    Jack Gillon - Paperback - Amberley
    From post-war austerity to the development of consumerism, 'Edinburgh in the 1950s' shows how Scotland's capital embraced this decade of change, while maintaining its traditions.
  • Cover scan of The Edinburgh Introduction To Studying English Literature
    The Edinburgh Introduction To Studying English Literature
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This guide provides a new, updated guide for students beginning their study of literature. Recent developments in theory are explained throughout, with clear pragmatic explanation of critical practices.
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    The European Court Of Human Rights: Implementing Strasbourg's Judgements On Domestic Policy
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    An exploration of the effects of European Court of Human Rights judgements on national laws, policies and insitutions.
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    The European Union And South Korea: The Legal Framework For Strengthening Trade, Economic And Political Relations
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    In 2010, a strategic partnership was launched between the EU and South Korea to strengthen their trade, economic and political ties. This partnership is underpinned by a number of important legal instruments, including the EU-Korea Free Trade Agreement and the EU-Korea Korea Framework Agreement. This book analyses the development of EU-Korea relations and the role that these treaties play in the development of the strategic partnership.
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    An Episode Of Sparrows
    Rumer Godden - Paperback - Virago
    Someone has dug up the private garden in the Square and taken buckets of dirt, and Miss Angela Chesney of the Garden Committee is sure that a gang of boys from Catford Street must be to blame. Angela's sister Olivia isn't so sure. She wonders why the neighbourhood children - the 'sparrows' she sometimes watches from her window - have to be locked out of the garden: don't they have a right to enjoy the place too? But nobody has any idea what sends neighbourhood waif Lovejoy Mason and her few friends in search of 'good garden earth'. Still less do they imagine where their investigation will lead them - to a struggling restaurant, a bombed-out church, and, at the heart of it all, a hidden garden.

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