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    Edinburgh Housemails Taxation Book, 1634-1636
    - Hardback - Scottish History Society
    This is a printed edition of an inventory of Edinburgh's properties, offering a fascinating snapshot of the fabric of a seventeenth-century European capital city.
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    Eduardo Paolozzi
    Judith Collins - Hardback - Lund Humphries
    Artist Eduardo Paolozzi (1924-2005) was a unique cultural figure. His varied yet instantly recognisable work chronicles the significant changes in British art from the austere 1950s to the post-post-modern late 1990s. This illustrated book provides a comprehensive overview of the career of a major, prolific and complex artist, exploring Paolozzi's work from all periods and across all media: collage, sculpture, printmaking, ceramics, tapestry, and film.
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    Empathy And The Psychology Of Literary Modernism
    Meghan Marie Hammond - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Meghan Marie Hammond shows how five exemplary writers (Henry James, Dorothy Richardson, Katherine Mansfield, Ford Madox Ford, and Virginia Woolf) tackle the so-called 'problem of other minds' in ways that reflect and enrich early 20th-century discourses of fellow feeling. Hammond argues that these authors reconfigure notions of intersubjective experience; their writings mark a key shift away from sympathetic forms of literary representation toward empathic forms that strive to provide an immediate sense of another's thoughts and feelings.
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    Experiencing War As The 'Enemy Other': Italian Scottish Experience In World War II
    Wendy Ugolini - Paperback - Manchester University Press
    An original and engaging study which examines the impact of World War Two on the Italian community in Scotland.
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    Traditions In American Cinema
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This new series will explore a wide range of traditions in American cinema which are in need of introduction, investigation or critical reassessment. It emphasises the multiplicity rather than the supposed homogeneity of studio era and independent filmmaking, making a case that the American cinema is more diverse than some accounts might suggest.
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    The Greatest Thing In The World And Other Writings
    Henry Drummond - Paperback - Dover Publications
    Originally published in 1890, this exegesis of Paul's chapter on love in 1 Corinthians 13 was first delivered by the author as a spontaneous address and has sold in the millions.
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    Henry James, Oscar Wilde And Aesthetic Culture
    Michè€le Mendelssohn - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    Mendelssohn places a discussion of aestheticism in an transatlantic context, centred on two canonical Anglo-American authors: Henry James and Oscar Wilde.
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    How They Fell
    Annie Boutelle - Paperback - CavanKerry
    Through tender emotions and horrific events, this book's ironic point of view leads readers to re-imagine both historical and mythological events.
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    International Noir
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    Following World War II, film noir became the dominant cinematic expression of Cold War angst, influencing new trends in European and Asian filmmaking. This book examines film noir's influence on the cinematic traditions of Britain, France, Scandinavia, Japan, Hong Kong, Korea and India. It suggests that the film noir style continues to appeal on such a global scale because no other cinematic form has merged style and genre to effect a vision of the disturbing consequences of modernity.
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    Knit Your Own Broons
    Jackie Holt - Hardback - Black & White Publishing
    The Broons have been making readers laugh for decades, so what better way to celebrate Scotland's most-loved family than creating miniature woolly versions of your very own! With detailed step-by-step instructions on how to create Maw, Paw, Joe, Hen, Daphne, Maggie, Horace, the Twins, the Bairn, and not forgetting Gran'paw, this book is perfect for knitters of all abilities and an ideal gift for fans of Scotland's favourite happy family.

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