Books by Publisher: King's College London, Centre for Late Antique and

    Norman Rule in Normandy, 911-1144

    Hardback £56.46

    A magisterial survey of Normandy from its origins in the tenth century to its conquest some two hundred years later.

    Suicide in East German Literature

    By Robert Blankenship

    Hardback £69.96

    This first book-length study of fictional suicides in East German literature provides insight into the complex and dynamic rhetoric of the GDR and the literariness of its literature.

    New History of Yachting

    By Mike Bender

    Hardback Save £9.54 = £20.46

    An overview of the history of yachting in its social, cultural, political and economic contexts.

    Approaches to Kurban Said's Ali and Nino

    By Carl Niekerk

    Hardback £69.96

    Essays showcasing Ali and Nino as particularly topical for today's readers both in and out of the classroom, and providing a number of diverse approaches to it.

    Reasoning against Madness

    By Manuella Meyer

    Hardback Save £7.04 = £87.96

    Examines the emergence of Brazilian psychiatry during a period of national regeneration, demonstrating how sociopolitical negotiations can shape psychiatric professionalization

    Sutton Hoo Story

    By Martin Carver

    Paperback Save £5.54 = £14.45

    A definitive account of Sutton Hoo, its discovery, history and famed treasure.

    Music in Goethe\'s Faust: Goethe\'s Faust in Music

    By Lorraine Byrne Bodley

    Hardback Save £3.54 = £56.46

    That Goethe's poetry has proved pivotal for the development of the nineteenth-century Lied has long been acknowledged. Less acknowledged is the seminal impact in musical realms of Goethe's Faust/I>, a work which has attracted the attention of composers since the late eighteenth century and played a vital role in the...

    Home Fronts - Britain and the Empire at War, 1939-45

    By Mark J. Crowley

    Hardback Save £4.04 = £60.96

    Examines the "home front" war effort from an overall imperial perspective, assessing the contribution of individual imperial territories.

    Three Choirs Festival: A History

    By Anthony Boden

    Hardback Save £0.04 = £24.96

    Described in the Radio Times 27 July 2015 as 'A remarkable, unique institution lying at the heart of British life', the Three Choirs Festival celebrated its three-hundred-year anniversary in 2015.

    Charles Robert Cockerell in the Mediterranean

    By Susan Pearce

    Hardback £42.96

    Charles R. Cockerell 1788-1863 was one of the most significant nineteenth-century British architects and a major player in the cultural shift from the Georgian eighteenth to the Victorian nineteenth century.

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