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  • Max Perutz And The Secret Of Lifeby Georgina Ferry

    Random House 2010; US$ 24.71

    Few scientists have thought more deeply about their calling and its impact on humanity than Max Perutz (1914-2002). Born in Vienna, Jewish by descent, lapsed Catholic by religion, Max came to Cambridge in 1936, to join the lab of the legendary Communist thinker J.D. Bernal. In 1940 he was interned and deported to Canada as an enemy alien, only to... more...

  • Christy Brownby Georgina Louise Hambleton

    Mainstream Publishing 2011; US$ 11.63

    Christy Brown was severely disabled with cerebral palsy, unable to use any part of his body other than his left foot. Doctors said he was a 'mental defective' and that he would never be able to lead any kind of normal life; Christy proved them wrong. His mother taught him to write using chalk on the worn floor of their small home, and... more...

  • Masterpieces of American Wit and Humorby Thomas L. Masson

    The Floating Press 2013; US$ 3.99

    From the moment the first waves of European settlers made their way to the country's shores, Americans have been known for their distinct -- and often peculiar -- sense of humor. This fascinating collection of essays, short stories, and vignettes brings together a cavalcade of literary luminaries who each explore or embody some aspect of American... more...

  • The Emperor's Embraceby Jeffrey Masson

    Atria Books 2001; US$ 13.95

    Jeffrey Moussaieff Masson's "marvelous" (Jane Goodall) New York Times bestseller, When Elephants Weep, made us re-evaluate the emotional lives of animals. And in his follow-up New York Times bestseller, Dogs Never Lie About Love, Masson reflected with "intelligence and originality" ( Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review ) on the emotional... more...

  • Snow, Fire, Swordby Sophie Masson

    HarperCollins 2009; US$ 12.99

    On the island of Jayangan, old beliefs and magic exist side by side with new pop songs and motorcycles. . . . Adi is a fisherman's son, proud to be studying with the greatest of traditional sword makers. Dewi is the daughter of a healer, curious about the world beyond her quiet village. Neither Adi nor Dewi is prepared for the sudden violence that... more...

  • For Women, for Wales and for Liberalismby Ursula Masson

    University of Wales Press 2010; US$ 25.00

    Explores the neglected history of women who were active in Liberal politics, campaigning for women's rights, the vote, and the role for women in Welsh public life, at the end of the nineteenth century, and before the First World War. more...

  • The Wild Childby Jeffrey Masson

    Touchstone 2010; US$ 18.95

    Kept in a dungeon for his entire childhood, Kaspar Hauser appeared in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1828 at age sixteen, barely able to walk or talk. When he was killed in 1833, his true identity and the motives for his unsolved murder became the subjects of intense speculation. This provocative essay sheds new light on this mystery and delves into fundamental... more...

  • Dogs Never Lie About Loveby Jeffrey Masson

    Random House 2012; US$ 5.96

    How well do you know your dog? Did you know that dogs have dreams and fears? That they do see colour, that they smell electric storms, and feel scent as an emotion? Jeffrey Masson takes us into the world of the dog, a world created by a sense of smell one hundred million times more acute than ours, and reintroduces us to man's... more...

  • Femmes et politiquesby Dominique Masson

    Les Presses de l'Université d'Ottawa 2004; US$ 16.99

    Les transformations que connaissent actuellement les politiques publiques canadiennes sous les pressions combinées de la mondialisation et du néolibéralisme contribuent à la génération de nouveaux arrangements sociaux, économiques et politiques dont les conséquences pour les femmes demeurent encore insuffisamment cernées. Quelle est la nature des... more...

  • The Wild Childby Jeffrey Masson

    Touchstone 2010; Not Available

    Kept in a dungeon for his entire childhood, Kaspar Hauser appeared in Nuremberg, Germany, in 1828 at age sixteen, barely able to walk or talk. When he was killed in 1833, his true identity and the motives for his unsolved murder became the subjects of intense speculation. This provocative essay sheds new light on this mystery and delves into fundamental... more...