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  • Cash Cabby Discovery Communications; Ben Bailey

    Penguin Publishing Group 2012; US$ 14.00

    The fast-paced, fact-driven, backseat game show fans can now play without hailing a taxi. It's the best, the most challenging, and the most popular questions from Cash Cab -and they're all no fare. Features: Organized for easy one-on-one read-along trivia, or game playing mode Hundreds of multiple-choice questions that vary in degrees... more...

  • Understanding Richard Hoggartby Michael Bailey; Ben Clarke; John K. Walton

    Wiley 2011; US$ 40.95

    "This is an engaging, informative and combative work. It is exactly what it says, a ‘critical introduction’ that moves way beyond plain description of Hoggart’s life and works, showing the relevance (but also, sometimes, the limitations) of his work and constantly contextualizing it within debates in both Cultural Studies and the... more...

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