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  • A is for Ox, a short history of the alphabetA is for Ox, a short history of the alphabet Quick View
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    • A is for Ox, a short history of the alphabet

    • £15.00
    • A short history of the western alphabet, starting with its earliest roots, Sumerian cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphs etc. A detailed explanation is given of the conceptual change from Logograms and Syllabograms (signs for words or syllables) to a true alphabetical script where each sign signifies a sound (ideally) invented by the…
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    • A Small Town in Germany

    • £40.00
    • West Germany in the 1960s is a simmering cauldron of radical protests. Amid the turmoil Leo Harting, a Second Secretary in the British Embassy, has gone missing - along with more than forty Confidential embassy files. Alan Turner of the Foreign Office must travel to Bonn to recover them. As…
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  • A Town like AliceA Town like Alice Quick View
    • A Town like AliceA Town like Alice Quick View
    • A Town like Alice

    • £7.00
    • A Town Like Alice (United States title: The Legacy) is a romance novel by Nevil Shute, published in 1950 when Shute had newly settled in Australia. Jean Paget, a young Englishwoman, becomes romantically interested in a fellow prisoner of World War II in Malaya, and after liberation emigrates to Australia…
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  • Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED)Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED) Quick View
    • Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED)Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED) Quick View
    • Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED)

    • £1,200.00
    • "The peculiar secret of Rackham's success in seizing upon the essence of the human and portraying it in animal form, which is after all the basic device of the morality, is unwittingly touched upon in Chesterton's delightful introduction to the 1912 edition of Aesop's Fables: 'There can be no good…
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  • Ballades (French and English)Ballades (French and English) Quick View
    • Ballades (French and English)Ballades (French and English) Quick View
    • Ballades (French and English)

    • £20.00
    • François Villon (c. 1431 – c. 1463) is the best known French poet of the Late Middle Ages. He was involved in criminal behavior and had multiple encounters with law enforcement authorities. Villon wrote about some of these experiences in his poems. A limited edition (5000 on ordinary paper) of…
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    • Beowulf

    • £25.00
    • The Anglo-Saxon classic, probably written in the eighth century, which is one of the world's most famous epics. The story is retold in rhythmical and quick-paced prose. Introduction by Bruce Mitchell and lithographs by Virgil Burnett. 125 pages including genealogical tables and list of proper names.
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  • Bestiary, in the Bodleian LibraryBestiary, in the Bodleian Library Quick View
  • Bhowani JunctionBhowani Junction Quick View
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    • Bhowani Junction

    • £15.00
    • The tensions and conflicts that accompanied the birth of modern India are grippingly evoked in John Masters' classic 'Bhowani Junction'. Set in the late 1940s and first published in 1954 in the wake of Partition, the novel has increased in stature over the years. 'Bhowani Junction', along with Masters' other…
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    • Brave New World

    • £50.00
    • EVERYONE BELONGS TO EVERYONE ELSE. Welcome to New London. Everybody is happy here. Our perfect society achieved peace and stability through the prohibition of monogamy, privacy, money, family and history itself. Now everyone belongs. You can be happy too. All you need to do is take your Soma pills. Discover…
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  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles Ryder Quick View
  • Bugles and a Tiger – a personal adventureBugles and a Tiger – a personal adventure Quick View
    • Bugles and a Tiger – a personal adventureBugles and a Tiger – a personal adventure Quick View
    • Bugles and a Tiger – a personal adventure

    • £10.00
    • The first of John Master's evocative memoirs about life in the Gurkhas in India on the cusp of WWII. John Masters was a soldier before he became a bestselling novelist. He went to Sandhurst in 1933 at the age of eighteen and was commissioned into the 4th Gurkha Rifles in…
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  • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
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    • Church Poems

    • £25.00
    • This volume gathers together all of Betjeman's "Church poems," as well as some new poems and others previously been out of print. John Betjeman enlarges any scene, not only into his own personal significances, but into those of us all, and never more so than in his Anglican explorations. In…
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  • Collected Poems 1909-1935Collected Poems 1909-1935 Quick View
  • Collected Stories (Including May We Borrow Your Husband?, a Sense of Reality, Twenty-One Stories)Collected Stories (Including May We Borrow Your Husband?, a Sense of Reality, Twenty-One Stories) Quick View
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    • Commenting and Commentaries

    • £20.00
    • First published in 1876, Banner of Truth republished this with an additional textual index to Spurgeon's sermons included. Spurgeon originally wrote this having reviewed between 3000 and 4000 volumes.
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  • A is for Ox, a short history of the alphabetA is for Ox, a short history of the alphabet Quick View
    • A is for Ox, a short history of the alphabetA is for Ox, a short history of the alphabet Quick View
    • A is for Ox, a short history of the alphabet

    • £15.00
    • A short history of the western alphabet, starting with its earliest roots, Sumerian cuneiform, Egyptian hieroglyphs etc. A detailed explanation is given of the conceptual change from Logograms and Syllabograms (signs for words or syllables) to a true alphabetical script where each sign signifies a sound (ideally) invented by the…
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    • A Small Town in Germany

    • £40.00
    • West Germany in the 1960s is a simmering cauldron of radical protests. Amid the turmoil Leo Harting, a Second Secretary in the British Embassy, has gone missing - along with more than forty Confidential embassy files. Alan Turner of the Foreign Office must travel to Bonn to recover them. As…
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  • A Town like AliceA Town like Alice Quick View
    • A Town like AliceA Town like Alice Quick View
    • A Town like Alice

    • £7.00
    • A Town Like Alice (United States title: The Legacy) is a romance novel by Nevil Shute, published in 1950 when Shute had newly settled in Australia. Jean Paget, a young Englishwoman, becomes romantically interested in a fellow prisoner of World War II in Malaya, and after liberation emigrates to Australia…
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  • Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED)Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED) Quick View
    • Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED)Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED) Quick View
    • Aesop’s Fables. (Arthur Rackham SIGNED)

    • £1,200.00
    • "The peculiar secret of Rackham's success in seizing upon the essence of the human and portraying it in animal form, which is after all the basic device of the morality, is unwittingly touched upon in Chesterton's delightful introduction to the 1912 edition of Aesop's Fables: 'There can be no good…
    • Add to basket
  • Ballades (French and English)Ballades (French and English) Quick View
    • Ballades (French and English)Ballades (French and English) Quick View
    • Ballades (French and English)

    • £20.00
    • François Villon (c. 1431 – c. 1463) is the best known French poet of the Late Middle Ages. He was involved in criminal behavior and had multiple encounters with law enforcement authorities. Villon wrote about some of these experiences in his poems. A limited edition (5000 on ordinary paper) of…
    • Add to basket
  • BeowulfBeowulf Quick View
    • BeowulfBeowulf Quick View
    • Beowulf

    • £25.00
    • The Anglo-Saxon classic, probably written in the eighth century, which is one of the world's most famous epics. The story is retold in rhythmical and quick-paced prose. Introduction by Bruce Mitchell and lithographs by Virgil Burnett. 125 pages including genealogical tables and list of proper names.
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  • Bestiary, in the Bodleian LibraryBestiary, in the Bodleian Library Quick View
  • Bhowani JunctionBhowani Junction Quick View
    • Bhowani JunctionBhowani Junction Quick View
    • Bhowani Junction

    • £15.00
    • The tensions and conflicts that accompanied the birth of modern India are grippingly evoked in John Masters' classic 'Bhowani Junction'. Set in the late 1940s and first published in 1954 in the wake of Partition, the novel has increased in stature over the years. 'Bhowani Junction', along with Masters' other…
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  • Brave New WorldBrave New World Quick View
    • Brave New WorldBrave New World Quick View
    • Brave New World

    • £50.00
    • EVERYONE BELONGS TO EVERYONE ELSE. Welcome to New London. Everybody is happy here. Our perfect society achieved peace and stability through the prohibition of monogamy, privacy, money, family and history itself. Now everyone belongs. You can be happy too. All you need to do is take your Soma pills. Discover…
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  • Brideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles RyderBrideshead Revisited, the sacred and profane memories of Captain Charles Ryder Quick View
  • Bugles and a Tiger – a personal adventureBugles and a Tiger – a personal adventure Quick View
    • Bugles and a Tiger – a personal adventureBugles and a Tiger – a personal adventure Quick View
    • Bugles and a Tiger – a personal adventure

    • £10.00
    • The first of John Master's evocative memoirs about life in the Gurkhas in India on the cusp of WWII. John Masters was a soldier before he became a bestselling novelist. He went to Sandhurst in 1933 at the age of eighteen and was commissioned into the 4th Gurkha Rifles in…
    • Add to basket
  • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
    • Church PoemsChurch Poems Quick View
    • Church Poems

    • £25.00
    • This volume gathers together all of Betjeman's "Church poems," as well as some new poems and others previously been out of print. John Betjeman enlarges any scene, not only into his own personal significances, but into those of us all, and never more so than in his Anglican explorations. In…
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  • Collected Poems 1909-1935Collected Poems 1909-1935 Quick View
  • Collected Stories (Including May We Borrow Your Husband?, a Sense of Reality, Twenty-One Stories)Collected Stories (Including May We Borrow Your Husband?, a Sense of Reality, Twenty-One Stories) Quick View
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    • Commenting and Commentaries

    • £20.00
    • First published in 1876, Banner of Truth republished this with an additional textual index to Spurgeon's sermons included. Spurgeon originally wrote this having reviewed between 3000 and 4000 volumes.
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