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    Becoming Human: Kierkegaardian Reflections on Ethical Models in Literature

    By Jamie Lorentzen

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    Paperback £30.86

    What does it mean to become a human being? This question was persistently repeated by Kierkegaard scholar Howard V. Hong to students. As one of Dr. Hong's students, Jamie Lorentzen never forgot the question. In Becoming Human, Lorentzen's Kierkegaard studies inform commentary on how central characters in four works of...

    How to Make a Soul: The Wisdom of John Keats

    By Eric G. Wilson

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    Hardback £79.36

    In this innovative hybrid of biography, memoir, and criticism, Eric G. Wilson describes how John Keats gave him solace during a bout of mental illness in spring 2012. While on a tour of the principal sites in Keats's life - ranging from his London medical school to the small room...

    Barbarossa 1941

    By Frank Ellis

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    Hardback Save £7.28 = £31.67

    At first light on Sunday, 22nd June 1941, the charade maintained by both Hitler's Germany and Stalin's Soviet empire that all was well between them finally ended in brutal and spectacular fashion when Germany and its allies attacked the Soviet Union. Codenamed Barbarossa, the scale and summer successes of the...

    Conversations on Human Nature

    By Agustin Fuentes

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    Paperback £26.69

    Recent empirical and philosophical research into the evolutionary history of Homo sapiens, the origins of the mind/brain, and the development of human culture has sparked heated debates about what it means to be human. Conversations on Human Nature brings these debates to life for teachers, students, and general readers.

    Thinking in the Dark: Cinema, Theory, Practice

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    Hardback £68.85

    Introduces readers to twenty-one key theorists whose work has made a great impact on film scholarship today, including Rudolf Arnheim, Sergei Eisenstein, Michel Foucault, Siegfried Kracauer, and Judith Butler. Rather than just discussing each theorist's ideas in the abstract, the book shows how those concepts might be applied when interpreting...

    Georgialina: A Southland as We Knew It

    By Tom Poland

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    Paperback £16.29

    A nostalgic look at Georgia and South Carolina before development, outsiders, and modern conveniences brought wholesale change

    Advanced Complex Analysis: A Comprehensive Course in Analysis, Part 2B

    By Barry Simon

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    Hardback £83.21

    A Comprehensive Course in Analysis by Barry Simon is a five-volume set that can serve as a graduate-level analysis textbook with a lot of additional bonus information, including hundreds of problems and numerous notes that extend the text and provide important historical background. Part 2B provides a comprehensive look at...

    Dear Papa, Dear Charley: Volume II

    By Ronald Hoffman

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    Paperback £33.01

    This compelling collection of correspondence between a father and a son documents the history of eighteenth-century America through the intimate story of a family and the journey from boyhood to political prominence of its most illustrious member, Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the only Roman Catholic signer of the Declaration of...

    Statistical yearbook 2012: fifty-seventh issue

    By United Nations: Department of Economic and Social Affairs

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    Hardback Save £4.04 = £125.96

    This is an annual compilation of a wide range of international economic, social and environmental statistics on over 200 countries and areas, compiled from sources including UN agencies and other international, national and specialized organisations. The 57th edition contains data available to the Statistics Division as of 31 December 2013...

    Israeli Society in the Twenty-First Century - Immigration, Inequality, and Religious Conflict

    By Calvin Goldscheider

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    Hardback £52.06

    A data-based analysis of social life and social problems in contemporary Israel that draws a vivid portrait of a dynamic and rapidly changing society

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