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- Hardie Grant Books 2010; US$ 14.95
The Melbourne food scene is alive and well! No matter the worlds financial position, Melburnians it seems still want to enjoy good food. Fresh produce markets are buzzing with customers, great food stores are busy, bakery shelves are cleared of sourdough loaves by mid-afternoon and our chocolate makers are rolling chocolate truffles as fast as... more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2011; US$ 12.99
The Foodies Guide to Melbourne will place the citys best kept food secrets at your fingertips. With wonderful little hole-in-the-wall businesses popping up every day, who can keep track of where to find the best of the best in Melbourne? Discerning food writers Allan Campion and Michele Curtis can. And theyre sharing their secrets,... more...
- Liverpool University Press 1999; US$ 22.50
On 21 October 1988 at 6.15pm the cruise liner Jupiter was sunk after a collision in the Aegean Sea with the Italian ship Adige . On board the Jupiter were 391 schoolchildren, 84 adults and 110 crew members. A teacher and a child were never found; two crew members died. In Jupiters Children , 16 girls, one boy and 12 adults from Cator Park School... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2009; US$ 18.00
Big Avalanche Ravine Just the warning light on a blue crane. Just mountains. Just the mist that skimmed them both and bled to silver rain lashing the condominiums. But there it sank on me. This urge to carve a life from the long expanse. To hold some ground against the surge of sheer material. It was a tense and persistent... more...
- Palgrave Macmillan 2008; US$ 35.00
Propaganda during the Battle of Britain contributed to high national morale and optimism, with 'The 'Few's' prowess and valour projected through Air Ministry communiqués and daily claims 'scores'. The media was a willing partner in portraying their heroism, also later consolidated in wartime publications, films and historiography. more...
- Crown/Archetype 2010; US$ 16.00
History has not been kind to Alice Perrers, the notorious mistress of King Edward III. Scholars and contemporaries alike have deemed her a manipulative woman who used her great beauty and sensuality to take advantage of an aging and increasingly senile king. But who was the woman behind the scandal? A cold-hearted opportunist or someone fighting for... more...
- Springer London 2011; US$ 112.31
This literature review on haptic textures examines the problem of rendering virtual haptic textures with force-feedback devices. It provides a thorough grounding in the subject and includes tools for analyzing the textures that a haptic device can produce. more...
- Hardie Grant Books 2009; US$ 29.95
Got a craving for a cup of Italian hot chocolate? Need to pick up some fresh buffalo mozzarella? Or perhaps you're wondering where to go for the best sourdough loaf? If you answered yes to any of these questions, or simply take a lively interest in what you eat, then The Foodies' Guide to Melbourne is your essential guide. Discerning food writers... more...
- NYU Press 2012; US$ 25.00
When you think of astrology, you may think of the horoscope section in your local paper, or of Nancy Reagan's consultations with an astrologer in the White House in the 1980s. Yet almost every religion uses some form of astrology: some way of thinking about the sun, moon, stars, and planets and how they hold significance for human lives on earth.... more...
- University of Chicago Press 2013; US$ 45.00
In El Dorado , Peter Campion explores what it feels like to live in America right now, at the beginning of the twenty-first century. Splicing cell-phone chatter with translations of ancient poems, jump-cutting from traditional to invented forms, and turning his high-res lens on everything from box stores to trout streams to airport lounges, Campion... more...