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Paris: The Biography of a City

Paris

The Biography of a City

Penguin Publishing Group (2006)
US$7.99

From the Roman Emperor Julian, who waxed rhapsodic about Parisian wine and figs, to Henry Miller,...

How to Teach Entrepreneurship
Edward Elgar Publishing (2019)
US$40.00

In developing the first signature pedagogy for entrepreneurship education, Colin Jones unites the...

Office Markets and Public Policy
Wiley (2013)
US$124.43

This is the first book that looks at how offices and office markets in cities have changed over the...

The Great Nation: France from Louis XV to Napoleon: The New Penguin History of France
Penguin Books Ltd (2003)
US$28.19

There can be few more mesmerising historical narratives than the story of how the dazzlingly...

Charity and Bienfaisance: The Treatment of the Poor in the Montpellier Region 1740–1815

Charity and Bienfaisance

The Treatment of the Poor in the Montpellier Region 1740–1815

Cambridge University Press (2005)
US$25.99

An analysis of the charity and poor relief from 1750 to the Restoration of the Bourbon monarchy.

The Longman Companion to the French Revolution
Taylor and Francis (2014)
US$95.95

Provides clear and comprehensive factual information across the full range of the Revolutionary...

Urban Deprivation and the Inner City
Taylor and Francis (2017)
US$40.00

Originally published in 1979. Phenomena such as high levels of unemployment, decaying and vandalised...

Versailles
Basic Books (2018)
US$14.99

The vivid story of the creation, renovation, and enduring legacy of the most famous building in...

Versailles
Head of Zeus (2018)
US$16.99

A magisterial overview of the creation, extension and adaptation of the palace of Versailles and its...

Mastering Clojure Macros: Write Cleaner, Faster, Smarter Code

Mastering Clojure Macros

Write Cleaner, Faster, Smarter Code

Pragmatic Bookshelf (2014)
US$14.99

Level up your skills by taking advantage of Clojure's powerful macro system. Macros make hard things...