Books by Publisher: Pomona

    A World to Build: New Paths toward Twenty-First Century Socialism

    By Marta Harnecker

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    Hardback £32.46

    Over the last few decades Marta Harnecker has emerged as one of Latin America's most incisive socialist thinkers. In A World to Build, she grapples with the question that has bedeviled every movement for radical social change: how do you construct a new world within the framework of the old?...

    Space for Visual Research

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    Hardback £40.26

    ON&BY: Christian Marclay

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    Paperback Save £4.32 = £12.63

    Comprehensive survey of the artist Christian Marclay's ideas and practice in his own words and those of the foremost writers engaged with his work.

    Here\'s Looking at You Kid

    By Helen Burke

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    Paperback £7.85

    She Wore Red Trainers

    By B Robert Na'ima

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    Paperback £6.65

    A unique romance, written by an award winning author, that explores the possibilities and passions young Muslims face when falling in love.

    Socialist Cowboy: The Politics of Peter Kormos

    By Larry Savage

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    Paperback £9.03

    Socialist Cowboy is a political biography detailing the life and activism of longtime New Democrat mpp Peter Kormos, one of the most colourful and controversial political personalities in the history of Ontario politics. Throughout his illustrious twenty-three-year career as a member of the Ontario Legislature, Kormos's unapologetic commitment

    On Silbury Hill

    By Adam Thorpe

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    Hardback Save £3.54 = £11.46

    Acclaimed poet and novelist Adam Thorpe revisits the landscape of his classic book Ulverton to explore the enduring mystery of Silbury Hill in Wiltshire, which has inspired and perplexed people for generations. Book of the Week on BBC Radio 4 August 2014 Longlisted for the Wainwright Prize 2015

    While I am Drawing Breath

    By Rose Auslander

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    Paperback £8.43

    Lucid narratives of family dramas, global warming, and conversations with Death make a riveting new collection from this prize-winning poet.

    History of South Africa: From the Distant Past to the Present Day

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    Hardback Save £5.37 = £23.63

    The Revolutionary Urbanism of Street Farm

    By Stephen E. Hunt

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    Paperback £9.66

    Stephen E Hunt has produced the definitive study of Street Farm Graham Caine, Peter Crump and Bruce Haggart, a London-based collective of anarchist architects in the early 1970s. They put together Street Farmer, an underground paper that propagated ideas for the radical transformation of urban living which they called 'revolutionary...

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