Index provided for this academic book, for a professor at University of East Anglia.
Index provided. Book reviewed in The Guardian.
Index provided. Book reviewed in The Times and The Evening Standard.
Index provided for this book, written by Lord Strathcarron, director of Unicorn Press.
Index provided. Book reviewed in The Times and The Spectator.
Discussions of the Arab world, particularly the Gulf States, increasingly focus on sectarianism and autocratic rule. These features are often attributed to the dominance of monarchs, Islamists, oil, and ‘ancient hatreds’. To understand their rise, however, one has to turn to a largely forgotten but decisive episode with far-reaching repercussions – Bahrain under British rule in the early twent... read more
Groundbreaking approach to popular history based upon the unique 'Project1917' website that tells the story of 1917 in the form of social media, introducing a multitude of diverse voices recounting events as they happenNew material uncovered by an ongoing team of researchers and experts in Moscow, including previously unpublished photographsWill be published to coincide with publicity marking ... read more
Journey back in time and find out where the dinosaurs roamed. This unique children's atlas explores each continent, revealing fossil sites and stories on every map.Part of the best-selling What's Where on Earth series, this atlas is packed with maps of early Earth and more than 50 profiles of dinosaurs and other prehistoric animals. Stare down a T. Rex in North America. Watch out for the Veloc... read more
Colin Hunter (1841–1904) was a hugely successful Scottish artist who exhibited nearly one hundred works in the Royal Academy over thirty-five years. Especially well-known for his brooding seascapes, Hunter lived at 14 Melbury Road, Kensington, in the heart of the Holland Park Circle among a smart set of famous artists, including Lord Leighton, G. F. Watts, and Sir Luke Fildes, most of whom we... read more
Discover the extraordinary diversity of the plant world--and how plants work--with this photographic celebration of the trees, flowers, and foliage plants that share our planet.From tiny mosses and delicate ferns to vibrant blooms and stately palms, Flora invites you to explore the plant kingdom from the ground up, and from root to leaf tip. DK's elegant introduction to botany is packed with s... read more
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