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Games People Play, The

Games People Play, The


Theology, Religion, and Sport


By Robert Ellis



An exploration of modern sport as a theologically-significant activity, revealing sport's own quasi-religious aspects and its complex history with Christianity.
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(ISBN: 9780718893712)
New Title £24.00
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(ISBN: 9780718843243)
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Gates of Mystery

Gates of Mystery


The Art of Holy Russia


By Roderick Grierson



The religious art of Russia, with its Byzantine roots, is portrayed here in its full richness, spanning the whole medieval period from the first appearance of a Christian state in the 11th century, to the reforms of Peter the Great.
Print Paperback
(ISBN: 9780718829001)
£38.00
George Cruikshank's Life, Times and Art

George Cruikshank's Life, Times and Art


Volume I: 1792–1835


By Robert L. Patten



Written in two volumes, this is the first documentary biography of one of the most influential British graphic artists of any period who, as a political and social caricaturist, was also a great commentator on his times.
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(ISBN: 9780718828721)
£57.00
George Cruikshank's Life, Times and Art

George Cruikshank's Life, Times and Art


Volume II: 1835–1878


By Robert L. Patten



Written in two volumes, this is the first documentary biography of one of the most influential British graphic artists of any period who, as a political and social caricaturist, was also a great commentator on his times.
Print Hardback
(ISBN: 9780718828745)
£57.00
George Devey

George Devey


Architect 1820–1886


By Jill Allibone



A comprehensive survey of the life and work of the Victorian architect who pioneered the vernacular revival. The book includes a complete catalogue and illustrations, including photographs and plans.
Print Hardback
(ISBN: 9780718827854)
£43.25
Germans We Trusted, The

Germans We Trusted, The


Stories Which Had To Be Told


By Pamela Howe Taylor



An inspiring collection of thirty six true accounts of friendships formed between German prisoners of war and their 'enemies' during the Second World War.
Print Paperback
(ISBN: 9780718830342)
£13.50
Getting Here From There

Getting Here From There


Conversations on Life and Work


By Margaret R. Miles and Hiroko Sakomura



A conversation between two women, American theologian and Japanese arts producer, combining personal reflection with insight into the gender roles and expectations that they have had to overcome.
Print Paperback
(ISBN: 9780718892630)
£15.25
PDF eBook
(ISBN: 9780718840297)
£14.10 incl VAT
Global Warming

Global Warming


Are We Entering the Greenhouse Century?


By Stephen H. Schneider



A major study of the great environmental issue of our time, outlining the consequences of global warming and the actions required to reduce damage to the planet.
Print Hardback
(ISBN: 9780718828158)
£32.50
Green Politics is Eutopian

Green Politics is Eutopian


By Paul Gilk



An original and thought-provoking critique of the utopian underpinnings of modern global civilisation, setting out a eutopian Green alternative that also challenges conventional environmentalist thought.
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(ISBN: 9780718891831)
£20.75
Guess at the Rest

Guess at the Rest


Cracking the Hogarth Code


By Elisabeth Soulier-Détis



An original and intriguing new contribution to the history of 18th Century art, revealing the Masonic symbolism that prevades the work of one of Britain's greatest painters.
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(ISBN: 9780718892159)
£28.75
Guide to Comets

Guide to Comets


By Patrick Moore



An informative and engaging account of the history, structure and origins of comets and their place in the solar system, written by the well-known astronomer.
Print Hardback
(ISBN: 9780718823153)
£17.50
Guide to Norfolk Churches, The

Guide to Norfolk Churches, The


By D.P. Mortlock and C.V. Roberts



An authoritative and handsomely illustrated guide to the 'living' medieval churches of the county of Norfolk, now available as a single volume. Includes an encyclopaedic glossary of historical and architectural terms.

Series: Popular Guides
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(ISBN: 9780718830649)
£28.75
Guide to Suffolk Churches, The

Guide to Suffolk Churches, The


By D.P. Mortlock



An authoritative and handsomely illustrated guide to the 'living' medieval churches of the county of Suffolk, now available as a single volume. Includes an encyclopaedic glossary of historical and architectural terms.

Series: Popular Guides
Print Paperback
(ISBN: 9780718830762)
£32.00
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