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- Taylor and Francis 2003; US$ 45.95
The Nature of Grief is a provocative new study on the evolution of grief. Most literature on the topic regards grief either as a psychiatric disorder or illness to be cured. In contrast to this, John Archer shows that grief is a natural reaction to losses of many sorts, even to the death of a pet, and he proves this by bringing together material... more...
- Columbia University Press 2005; US$ 109.99
With more than thirty chronologies covering the nations of East, Southeast, South, and Central Asia, the Columbia Chronologies of Asian History and Culture contains more information on Asian history than any other English-language chronological reference work. Each entry is clearly dated and, unlike most chronologies found in standard history... more...
- Penguin Books Ltd 2016; US$ 32.00
Ireland: The Autobiography offers a fresh, vivid take on the last century of Irish life through a brilliant collection of eyewitness accounts and recollections. Broadcaster and historian John Bowman has spent years mining archives, diaries and unpublished memoirs to create a remarkably varied and intense mosaic of voices and perspectives. Collectively,... more...
- Cambridge University Press 2000; US$ 24.00
An examination of protest from the Gordon Riots of 1780 up to Chartism in the 1830s, first published in 2000. more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2005; US$ 105.00
Citizen Shakespeare combines recent historiography with the close analysis of language to show how the subjectivities of the London citizen and the immigrant city-dweller unexpectedly pervade the full range of Shakespeare's drama despite the overt aristocratic settings and concerns many of his plays share. more...
- Savas Publishing 2014; US$ 9.99
The heavily wooded slopes of Culps Hill do not easily lend themselves to visions of long, gallant lines of charging infantry as do other areas on the battlefield at Gettysburg. But the regimental monuments and traces of breastworks that line the slopes of Culps Hill bear silent testament to a hellish conflict: no other spot at Gettysburg... more...
- Savas Publishing 2014; US$ 14.99
The odd grassy mound between the long ridges south of Gettysburg might arouse the curiosity of a visitor, but the site of the Bliss Farm lies hundreds of yards from modern tour routs. Certainly, more infamous sites on the battlefield vie for ones attention, and the struggle fro this once prosperous homestead is easily overlooked. Yet, on July... more...