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  • Cover scan of Otters Of The World

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    Otters Of The World
    Paul Yoxon - Paperback - Whittles
    The authors describe all 13 species of otter, showing the beauty, ecology and fascination of otters in the world, but also their plight in many countries. They demonstrate the importance of the otter in conservation and detail identification, ecology and threats faced in the wild.
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    On The Other Side Of Sorrow: Nature And People In The Scottish Highlands
    James Hunter - Paperback - Birlinn
    Probing deep into history and literature, this book uncovers the irony of the dispute between Highlanders and conservationists whose thinking is based on the romantic ideals of the 19th century. Hunter's book has worldwide implications.
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    One Day In The Life Of Jimmy Denisovich
    Graham Fulton - Paperback - Smokestack
    'One Day in the Life of Jimmy Denisovich' is a book of poems about entropy and cruelty, 'shrapnel heads' and airport toilets, digestive biscuits and marmalade. It's a 1970's double album about trying to keep calm in a random and accelerating universe.
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    Other Halves
    Nick Alexander - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Following a traumatic holiday, Hannah and Cliff return to England to a household where the atmosphere is so tense you could cut it with a knife. They try to take stock of this turning point while struggling to work out where they need to go next. Both are faced with the possibility of dealing with long forgotten traumas and realising abandoned dreams. But how to get from here to there? Where to start?
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    The Operatic And The Everyday In Postwar Italian Film Melodrama
    Louis Bayman - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Melodrama interacts with the well-documented genres of neorealist and art cinema are well documented but it is through melodrama that one can discover most about national culture in Italy at this time, understand film's relationship to popular habits and ideas, and draw the true history of cinema.
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    Outside Verdun
    Arnold Zweig - Hardback - Freight
    A forgotten masterpiece of First World War German literature, 'Outside Verdun' is a gripping, heart-breaking story of revenge and sacrifice based on the author's own first-hand experiences of combat, published on the anniversary year of the commencement of hostilities.
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    Otters: Return To The River
    Laurie Campbell - Hardback - Birlinn
    This beautifully illustrated book, featuring photography by award-winning nature photographer Laurie Campbell, follows a year in the life of river otters in the River Tweed.
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    Othello
    Angela Sheehan - Paperback - Geddes & Grosset
    Part of 'The Student's Shakespeare' series, this volume looks at 'Othello'.
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    October: A Novel
    Zoe╠ł Wicomb - Hardback - The New Press
    Abandoned by her partner, Mercia Murray rturns home to South Africa after 25 years to find her family overwhelmed by alcoholism and secrets. 'October' is a stark, compelling novel about the contemporary experience of an intelligent immigrant, adrift among her memories and facing an uncertain middle age.
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    Other Halves
    Nick Alexander - Paperback - Black & White Publishing
    Following a traumatic holiday, Hannah and Cliff return to England to a household where the atmosphere is so tense you could cut it with a knife. They try to take stock of this turning point while struggling to work out where they need to go next. Both are faced with the possibility of dealing with long forgotten traumas and realising abandoned dreams. But how to get from here to there? Where to start?

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