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    Michael Mann - Cinema And Television: Interviews, 1980-2012
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This publication brings together a selection of Michael Mann's own interviews where he reflects on his work with critical essays on his films and television programmes.
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    Miscellany Of The Scottish History Society
    - Hardback - Scottish History Society
    Miscellanys published by the Scottish History Society bring together critical editions of important and previously unpublished manuscripts of relevance to Scottish history. As well as providing transcriptions, the editors introduce and explain the context of documents which have been neglected or even unknown to historians, providing a valuable resource for researchers, students, and all those interested in exploring Scottish history through the original sources. Volume XV of the miscellany focuses on the turbulent middle decades of the seventeenth century, offering editions of three vital but previously unpublished manscript sources for this period.
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    £75.00
    The Modern Scottish Diaspora: Contemporary Debates And Perspectives
    - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    This work explores a range of different perspectives on the Scottish diaspora, reflecting a growing interest in the subject from academics, politicians and policy makers and coinciding with Scotland's second year of homecoming in 2014.
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    The Modern Scottish Diaspora: Contemporary Debates And Perspectives
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This work explores a range of different perspectives on the Scottish diaspora, reflecting a growing interest in the subject from academics, politicians and policy makers and coinciding with Scotland's second year of homecoming in 2014.
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    The Night Hunter
    Caro Ramsay - Hardback - Severn House
    Elvie McCulloch's sister Sophie has been missing for 57 days. She went out for a run - and never came home. Several young women in the area have disappeared in similar circumstances, and Elvie's family fears the worst. As Elvie is driving to her new job late at night, the naked, emaciated body of a young woman crashes from high above onto an oncoming car. Elvie recognizes her as Lorna Lennox, who has been missing for weeks. But why was she up there? Where had she been all this time?
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    Photography In Contemporary French And Francophone Cultures
    - Paperback - Edinburgh University Press
    This work brings together literary, socio-cultural, art historical and postcolonial perspectives on photography in contemporary French and francophone cultures, spanning trends, methodologies and developments from the 1970s to the present day. It considers broad topics such as the cultural institutionalisation of photography, its connections to postconceptual art, the tradition of tableau, city photography and photobiography.
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    Public Authority Liability
    Douglas Brodie - Hardback - W. Green
    A practical guide to the law of delict and reparation as it applies to public authorities. It includes coverage of the police and other emergency services and details the remedies which are applicable where a public authority is found to have failed its duty of care.
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    Remembering The Past In Nineteenth-Century Scotland: Commemoration, Nationality And Memory
    James Coleman - Hardback - Edinburgh University Press
    At a time when the union between Scotland and England is once again under the spotlight, James Coleman shows how Scotland's national heroes were once remembered as champions of both Scottish and British patriotism.
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    Resistance
    Jack Whyte - Paperback - Sphere
    AD 1286: The King of Scots is killed, leaving no heir. Twelve-year-old Robert Bruce, heir to the great House of Bruce, comes of age amid the bitter rivalry of Scotland's most powerful nobles to claim the vacant throne. The boy is schooled in the arts of warfare and the manipulation of ruthless and violent men, but when the Scottish Crown is bestowed upon Bruce's greatest enemies, Robert travels with his family to England, swearing feudal loyalty to King Edward Plantagenet - known as 'Longshanks'. But Longshanks's increasing treachery and his brutal attempts to annexe Scotland see Robert turning renegade and returning to his home country.
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    The Rhymer: An Heredyssey
    Douglas Thompson - Paperback - Elsewhen
    This is at once a satire on contemporary society, particularly the art world, and a comic-poetic meditation on the nature of life, death and morality. Nadith, journeying through satellite towns of the city Urbis, seeks his brother Zenir. A first person rhythmic stream of lyricism, his story reads like Shakespeare on acid.

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