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First You Write a Sentence
First You Write a Sentence Joe Moran
A style guide by stealth - how anyone can write well (and can enjoy good writing)
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Goode On Commercial Law
Goode On Commercial Law Roy Goode, Ewan McKendrick, Roy Goode and Ewan McKendrick
This unique combination of theory and practice is supplemented by specimen documents, tables of statutes, cases and conventions.
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Gray's Anatomy
Gray's Anatomy John Gray
This edition is updated with a new foreword and two new chapters of John Gray's writing.
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I Met Lucky People
I Met Lucky People Yaron Matras
For centuries Romani gypsies have been seen either as romantic nomads, or as unwanted outsiders. Who are they, really? Linguist Yaron Matras, who has spent years working with the Romani, gives the first comprehensive account of their culture, language and history, shattering the myths that surround them. 
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I, Claudius: Popular Penguins
I, Claudius: Popular Penguins Robert Graves
Regarded as little more than a stammering fool, the nobleman Claudius quietly survives the intrigues, bloody purges and mounting cruelty of the imperial Roman dynasties.
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Inferno
Inferno Dante Alighieri, Dante Dante
Depicting one man's horrifying journey into the depths of Hell, Inferno, the first part of Dante's Divine Comedy, is a soaring spiritual epic that continues to echo through the centuries with its moving portrayal of human sin and the tragedy of those condemned to eternal damnation.
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John Donne: A Selection Of His Poetry
John Donne: A Selection Of His Poetry John Donne
Regarded by many as the greatest of the Metaphysical poets, John Donne (1572-1631) was also among the most intriguing figures of the Elizabethan age.
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Karl Marx
Karl Marx Gareth Stedman Jones
This towering intellectual biography allows us to understand both the greatness and the illusion that lie at the heart of an extraordinary man.
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Labyrinths: Popular Penguins
Labyrinths: Popular Penguins Jorge Luis Borges
Enter Borges' timeless worlds, where the ideal and the abstract challenge reality; where philosophical paradoxes and endless possibilities abound, and wisps of dream and magic are layered in eternal reoccurrence.
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Lenin On The Train
Lenin On The Train Catherine Merridale
A gripping account of how, in the depths of the First World War, Russia's greatest revolutionary was taken in a 'sealed train' across Europe and changed the history of the world.
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Limonov
Limonov Emmanuel Carrère
Limonov is not a fictional character, but he could have been. He's lived a hundred lives. He was a hoodlum in Ukraine, an idol of the Soviet underground, punk-poet and valet to a billionaire in Manhattan, fashion writer in Paris, lost soldier in the Balkans, and now, in the chaos after the fall of communism a charismatic party leader of a gang of political desperados.
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London's Triumph
London's Triumph Stephen Alford
The story of the individuals whose ambition and recklessness transformed London, England and the world.
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Meditations: Popular Penguins
Meditations: Popular Penguins Marcus Aurelius
These spiritual reflections of Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius (AD 121-180) show a leader trying to make sense of himself and the universe, and cover diverse topics such as the question of virtue, human rationality and the nature of the gods.
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