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  • Ah Cannae Tell a Lieby Harry Morris

    Black & White Publishing 2008; US$ 1.88

    The adventures of Harry the Polis - the self-appointed Chief Constable of funny stories - continue with this hilarious new collection. Join Harry on his new adventures as he tackles speeding motorists, visits the Blackhills of Glesca, calls time on some barking dogs, gets some Devine intervention and meets some gorgeous girls as he falls victim to... more...

  • Reinventing the Sublimeby Steven Vine

    Sussex Academic Press 2013; US$ 29.99

    Reinventing the Sublime looks at the return of the sublime in postmodernity, and at intimations of a ?post-Romantic? sublime in Romanticism itself. The sublime is explored as a discourse of ?invention? ? taking the Latin meaning of to ?come upon?, ?find?, ?discover? ? that involves an encounter with the new, the unregulated and the surprising. Lyotard... more...

  • The Weirby Conor McPherson

    Nick Hern Books 2013; US$ 11.99

    The spellbinding, beautifully observed hit from the master of suspenseful realism; combining superbly chilling tales of the supernatural with the hilarious banter of a small community in the heart of rural Ireland. A bar in a remote part of Ireland. The local lads are swapping spooky stories to impress a young woman recently moved to the area from... more...

  • Shakespearean Educationsby Coppélia Kahn; Heather S. Nathans; Mimi Godfrey; Denise Albanese

    University of Delaware Press 2011; US$ 94.99

    Shakespearean Educations expands the notion of 'education' beyond the classroom to literary clubs, private salons, public lectures, libraries, primers, and theatrical performance. This collection challenges scholars to consider how different groups in our society have adopted Shakespeare as part of a specifically 'American' education. This book maps... more...

  • Lucifer and Prometheusby R J Z WERBLOWSKY

    Taylor and Francis 2013; US$ 54.95

    Routledge is now re-issuing this prestigious series of 204 volumes originally published between 1910 and 1965. The titles include works by key figures such asC.G. Jung, Sigmund Freud, Jean Piaget, Otto Rank, James Hillman, Erich Fromm, Karen Horney and Susan Isaacs. Each volume is available on its own, as part of a themed mini-set, or as part of a... more...

  • Royal Marriage Secretsby John Ashdown-Hill

    The History Press 2013; US$ 18.94

    <div>Were the 'Princes in the Tower' illegitimate? Did Henry VIII really have six wives? How virginal was the 'Virgin Queen'? Was James, Duke of Monmouth the heir to the throne, or just one of Charles II's bastards? Did George IV marry a German princess or a Catholic widow? Was Queen Victoria 'Mrs Brown'? These questions are explored... more...

  • The Tao and the Bardby Phillip DePoy

    Arcade Publishing 2013; US$ 16.99

    The Tao Te Ching or Book of the Way of Virtue is a touchstone of Eastern philosophy and mysticism. It has been called the wisest book ever written, and its author, Lao Tzu, is known as the Great Archivist. Shakespeare, the Bard, was the West?s greatest writer and even invented human nature, according to some. The Tao and the Bard is the delightful... more...

  • Red Devonby Hilary Menos

    Seren 2013; US$ 10.99

    In 1997 Hilary Menos and her family left Camden for a farmhouse in rural Devon. Over the next ten years, with her husband and three young sons, she transformed fifteen scrubby acres into a hundred acre organic farm. They kept Red Devon cattle and Wiltshire Horn sheep, made bacon and ham, grew vegetables. In 2009, with the organic market in decline,... more...

  • Tyranny in Shakespeareby Mary Ann McGrail

    Lexington Books 2001; US$ 39.99

    Even the most explicitly political contemporary approaches to Shakespeare have been uninterested by his tyrants as such. But for Shakespeare, rather than a historical curiosity or psychological aberration, tyranny is a perpetual political and human problem. Mary Ann McGrail's recovery of the playwright's perspective challenges the grounds of this modern... more...

  • Ausgewählte Schriften in zwei Bänden. Mit einer biographischen und werkanalytischen Einführungby Manuela Köppe

    De Gruyter 2005; US$ 196.00

    Karl Grün (1817-1887) ? Studienfreund, früher Bewunderer und späterer Gegner von Karl Marx, Übersetzer Proudhons und Herausgeber des Nachlasses von Feuerbach ? hat ein bis heute unterschätztes Lebenswerk hinterlassen. Die Veröffentlichung der ersten Auswahl-Edition seiner Schriften ermöglicht nunmehr eine Wiederentdeckung seiner literaturwissenschaftlichen,... more...