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First full translation of an important treatise on chivalric horsemanship.
A study and edition of one of the most ignored works of early Spanish literature because of its strong sexual content, this work examines the social ideology that conditioned the reactions of people to the events it describes as well as Fernando de Rojas's masterpiece, Celestina.
Revolution and Counterrevolution in Poland, 1980-1989: Solidarity, Martial Law, and the End of Communism in Europe
Examines the 1980 Solidarity revolution in Poland, the government's subsequent establishment of martial law in response, in 1981, and the eventual transition to democracy in 1989.
Norfolk is a county sadly rich in "lost" country houses; this account and gazetteer offer a comprehensive account of them.
The Other Classical Musics offers challenging new perspectives on classical music by presenting the history of fifteen parallel traditions.
The origins of England's regional cultures are here shown to be strongly influenced by the natural environment and geographical features.
Accompanied Voices is a unique book: not only is it a highly readable anthology of some of the most memorable and accessible international writing about classical music, but also a moving commentary by one set of practising artists on the work of another.
By Adam Chapman
Examines the role of Welsh soldiers in English armies, from the conquests under Edward I through to the Battle of Agincourt.