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A range of biographical studies, with an emphasis on the lives of writers, poets, artists, architects, educators and religious figures.

Getting Here From There

Getting Here From There:

Conversations on Life and Work

By Margaret R. Miles and Hiroko Sakomura

A conversation between an American theologian and a Japanese arts producer, combining personal reflection with insight into gender roles and expectations.

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ISBN: 9780718892630
£15.75

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ISBN: 9780718840297
Graham Sutherland

Graham Sutherland:

Life, Work and Ideas

By Rosalind Thuillier

A valuable and extensively illustrated study of the life and work of a major figure in 20th-century British art, offering a unique insight into his work.

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ISBN: 9780718893408
£40.50

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ISBN: 9780718842307

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ISBN: 9780718842291
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Henry Wilson

Henry Wilson:

Practical Idealist

By Cyndy Manton

The first monographic study of the innovative designer Henry Wilson and his significant contribution to early 20th-century design, art and architecture.

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ISBN: 9780718830977
£54.00
Heresies and Heretics

Heresies and Heretics:

Memories of the Twentieth Century

By George Watson

An entertaining and provocative exploration of cultural and literary heresies of the 20th century, and the diverse and original individuals who championed them.

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ISBN: 9780718892920
£20.50

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ISBN: 9780718841027

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ISBN: 9780718841034
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Hibernia's Muses

Hibernia's Muses:

The Daughters of Thalia and Melpomene

By S.W. Jackman

A detailed study of eight Irish 19th-century women writers, showing how provincial arts in Victorian times were as influential as those of great urban centres.

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ISBN: 9780718830526
£17.00
Hogarth

Hogarth:

Volume I: The Modern Moral Subject 1697–1732

By Ronald Paulson

The first of three volumes comprising the authoritative treatment of the life, work and times of England's greatest 18th century artist.

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ISBN: 9780718828547
£55.25
Hostage Bound, Hostage Free

Hostage Bound, Hostage Free

By Ben Weir, Carol Weir and Dennis Benson

The account of the Presbyterian minister Ben Weir's 16 months spent in Lebanon as a hostage of Islamic Jihad, and of his wife's efforts to hasten his release.

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ISBN: 9780718826901
£21.75
The Inheritance of Genius

The Inheritance of Genius:

A Thackeray Family Biography 1798–1875

By John Aplin

Volume I of a biographical study of the author William Makepeace Thackeray and his family, including new research shedding light on the lives of his daughters.

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ISBN: 9780718892241
£27.00

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ISBN: 9780718842109
Inventing the Middle Ages

Inventing the Middle Ages:

The Lives, Works and Ideas of the Great Medievalists of the Twentieth Century

By Norman F. Cantor

A collection of portraits of the leading authorities on the history of the Middle Ages, revealing how their varied outlooks and personalities shaped our modern conception of medieval times.

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ISBN: 9780718828738
£28.75
Katharine Briggs

Katharine Briggs:

Story-teller

By H.R. Ellis Davidson

The first biography of this gifted storyteller who made a unique contribution to the collection and study of fairy tales and folk traditions in England.

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ISBN: 9780718826598
£39.00
Kempe

Kempe:

The Life, Art and Legacy of Charles Eamer Kempe

By Adrian Barlow

A biographical study of the Victorian church artist Charles Eamer Kempe and his considerable influence on church decoration worldwide.

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ISBN: 9780718894634
£25.00

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ISBN: 9780718845292