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Take a Cold Tub, Sir!

Take a Cold Tub, Sir!:

The Story of the 'Boy's Own Paper'

By Jack Cox

Full of extracts and illustrations from the original issues, the definitive tory of one of the world's great children's papers (1879-1966), by its last editor.

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ISBN: 9780718825058
$40.50
Take Back the Past

Take Back the Past:

Myths of the Twentieth Century

By George Watson

A provocative new study of the failure of 20th-century literary theory to develop a consistent foundation for knowledge and critical analysis.

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ISBN: 9780718830670
$40.50
Taste for Diversions, A

Taste for Diversions, A:

Sport in Georgian England

By Dennis Brailsford

An essential text for students and general readers alike, exploring some of the most important years in the formation of our sporting heritage.

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ISBN: 9780718829810
$40.50
Thackeray Family Biography 1798–1919, A

Thackeray Family Biography 1798–1919, A:

Two Volume Set

By John Aplin

A two-volume biographical study of William Makepeace Thackeray and his family, including research that sheds light on the lives of his daughters Minny and Annie.

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ISBN: 9780718892265
$97.50
Thames, The

Thames, The:

An Artist's Journey

By Ashley Bryant

A stunning collection of watercolours, oils and sketches tracing the length of the River Thames, telling the story of England's greatest waterway.

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ISBN: 9780718830625
$59.00
Theory of Knowledge and the Rise of Modern Science, The

Theory of Knowledge and the Rise of Modern Science, The

By Clare Hay

A succinct and comprehensive introduction to the philosophy of knowledge, rendering a complex and fascinating subject accessible.

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ISBN: 9780718830892
$54.00
Theory of Knowledge, The

Theory of Knowledge, The:

A Coursebook

By Clare Hay

A guide to epistemology for undergraduate and AS/Baccalaureate level, revealing links netween the development of modern science and the theory of knowledge.

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ISBN: 9780718830885
$33.00

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ISBN: 9780718840013
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Thinking Woman

Thinking Woman:

A Philosophical Approach to the Quandary of Gender

By Jennifer Hockenbery Dragseth

An introduction to the question of what it means to be a woman, exploring the approaches to womanhood and gender of both recent and historical female thinkers.

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ISBN: 9780718894290
$35.00

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ISBN: 9780718844554
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Threatened Gene, The

Threatened Gene, The:

Food, Politics, and the Loss of Genetic Diversity

By Cary Fowler and Pat Mooney

An examination of the potential environmental catastrophe caused by the loss of genetic diversity in agriculture, tracing the development and loss of diversity.

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ISBN: 9780718828301
$40.50
Time, Science and Philosophy

Time, Science and Philosophy

By Hector C. Parr

A concise and elegant guide to the philosophical implications of developments in the physical sciences.

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ISBN: 9780718829643
$27.50
True Myth

True Myth:

C.S. Lewis and Joseph Campbell on the Veracity of Christianity

By James W. Menzies

A comparison of the role of myth in understanding Christianity, comparing C.S. Lewis's literal reading with Joseph Campbell's symbolic approach.

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ISBN: 9780718893767
$46.00

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ISBN: 9780718843410
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Tudor Story, A

Tudor Story, A:

The Return of Anne Boleyn

By W.S. Pakenham-Walsh

An account of how the spirit of Anne Boleyn returned through the medium of a clergyman with no previous experience of the psychic or paranormal.

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ISBN: 9780718891664
$34.00

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ISBN: 9780718842079
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Twelve Miles From a Lemon

Twelve Miles From a Lemon:

Selected Writings and Sayings of Sydney Smith

By Norman Taylor and Alan Hankinson (editors)

A selection of the wit and wisdom of the early 19th-century liberal cleric and founder of 'The Edinburgh Review', arranged thematically.

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ISBN: 9780718829513
$59.00