Books by Publisher: Baker & Taylor

    Travers Corners: The Final Chapters

    By Scott Waldie

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    Paperback Save £1.59 = £13.40

    Originally published by Lyons Press in 2005.

    Sein und Schein

    By Eero Tarasti

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    Hardback £77.46

    Existential semiotics is a new paradigm in the studies of signs, signification, and communication. This book develops its theory further, applying the notions of being, doing, and appearing to social problems of the contemporary world, and to various so-called 'lesser arts' like performance and gastronomy.

    Before They Were Titans: Essays on the Early Works of Dostoevsky and Tolstoy

    By Elizabeth Allen

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    Hardback £65.63

    These ten critical essays, written by leading specialists in nineteenth-century Russian literature, provide new readings on the works from the first decade of ltierary life of Doystoevsky and Tolstoy.

    Ford Mustang 2015

    By John M. Clor

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    Hardback Save £7.54 = £17.46

    The Night Before

    By Lisa Jackson

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    Paperback £7.25

    Every Last Crumb: Paleo Bread and Beyond

    By Brittany Angell

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    Paperback £27.62

    50 Shades of Rust

    By Tom Cotter

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    Hardback Save £5.54 = £14.46

    Official Scrabble Players Dictionary, Fifth Edition

    By Merriam-Webster

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    Hardback £22.18

    Authority and Participation in a New Democracy: Political Struggles in Mapai, Israel\'s Ruling Party, 1948-1953

    By Avi Bareli

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    Hardback Save £0.74 = £63.21

    Focuses on the changes undergone by Mapai, Israel's first ruling party, during Israel's first years of Independence, and then analyses the effects of these changes in relation to Israeli political culture.

    The Canal Bridge: A Novel of Ireland, Love, and the First World War

    By Tom Phelan

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    Hardback £20.67

    In 1913, before there is a rumor of war in Europe, Matthias Wrenn and Con Hatchel, lifelong friends from Ballyrannel in the Irish midlands, decide to see the world at the expense of the king of England and join the British army.

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