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- Add to BasketWar And Nation In The Theatre Of Shakespeare And His Contemporaries
- Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
This original study explores a vital aspect of early-modern cultural history: the way that warfare is represented in the theatre of Shakespeare and his contemporaries.
- Add to BasketWindow For A Small Blue Child
- Paperback - Carcanet
A poignant collection, 'Window for a Small Blue Child' tells the story of one forty-something woman's experiences of infertility and IVF. Gerrie Fellows reveals the reality of the contemporary IVF fairy tale: its scans and procedures, labs and Petri dishes, which may or may not cradle a future child.
- Add to BasketWitchcraft And Belief In Early Modern Scotland
- Hardback - Palgrave Macmillan
This collection concentrates on witchcraft beliefs rather than witch-hunting. It ranges widely across areas of popular belief, culture and ritual practice, as well as dealing with intellectual life and incorporating regional and comparative elements.
- Add to BasketWhispers In The Graveyard
- Paperback - Egmont
Solomon struggles with his dyslexia both at home and at school. He finds refuge among the stones of an old graveyard in the shadow of a rowan tree, the only thing growing there. But then workmen uproot the tree and a disturbing power is released. Has an ancient evil been disturbed?
- Add to BasketThe Wasp Factory
- Compact Disc - Hachette Audio
Frank, no ordinary 16-year-old, lives with his father outside a remote Scottish village. His elder brother Eric is confined to a psychiatric hospital. When news comes of Eric's escape, Frank has to prepare the ground for his brother's inevitable return.
- Add to BasketWheels Around Skye And Lochalsh
- Paperback - Stenlake
Highlights in this book include the 1920s Dunvegan Bus Service and The Portree Motor Coach Company.
- Add to BasketWhere Three Roads Meet
- Hardback - Canongate
At the end of his life, an old man waits in his office for a stranger to arrive. Over the next few weeks, Teiresias will visit again, making his way across the heath to relate the story of his life. As these two men sit together in front of a roaring fire, a remarkable tale unfolds.
- Add to BasketThe Well-Tempered Clavier: Based On A True Story
- Paperback - Legend
Set at Eton College against the backdrop of the Falklands War, this novel tells the story of a torrid, intensely-emotional love affair which develops between schoolboy Kim and his 23-year-old female piano teacher.
- Add to BasketWill
- Hardback - Beautiful
Christopher Rush's novel takes as its dramatic theme the deathbed meeting between William Shakespeare and his lawyer, as they meet to set out his final will and testament. As he answers his lawyer's questions, the Bard begins to recall his life.
- Add to BasketWilliam Crozier
- Hardback - Lund Humphries
William Crozier was born in Glasgow in 1930 and educated at the Glasgow School of Art. He spent time in Paris and Dublin before settling in London where he quickly gained a reputation through the early success and notoriety of his exhibitions of assemblages and paintings. This is the first major monograph on his work.