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A Day In The Life Of The Brain
A Day In The Life Of The Brain Susan Greenfield
A world-renowned neuroscientist illuminates the science of consciousness by exploring a single day in the life of the brain.
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A Woman's Work
A Woman's Work Harriet Harman
With a new chapter on the fights for women now, as the UK celebrates 100 years of having the vote.
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Age Of Anger
Age Of Anger Pankaj Mishra
A compelling, powerful argument about the roots of current global disorder.
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Ardor Roberto Calasso
This is the ardor of the Vedic world, a burning intensity that is always present, both in the mind and in the cosmos. With his signature erudition and profound sense of the past, Calasso explores the enigmatic web of ritual and myth that define the Vedas. Often at odds with modern thought, he shows how these texts illuminate the nature of consciousness more than neuroscientists have been able to offer us up to now.
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Big Capital
Big Capital Anna Minton
Revealing exactly what is causing London's housing crisis - and what can be done.
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Blitzed Norman Ohler
The sensational account of the overwhelming role of drug-taking in the Third Reich - from Hitler and his entourage to ordinary troops.
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Classical Literature
Classical Literature Richard Jenkyns
Why is Greek and Roman literature so great? How has classical literature influenced Western culture? What did Greek and Roman authors learn from each other?
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Confabulations John Berger
Also containing Berger's own drawings, notes, memories and reflections on everything from Albert Camus to global capitalism, Confabulations takes us to what is 'true, essential and urgent'.
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Discontent And Its Civilizations
Discontent And Its Civilizations Mohsin Hamid
Whether writing of his home life, about being a migrant or of today's geopolitical fault lines, Hamid gives us his deeply personal take on life at the beginning of the twenty-first century.
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Don't Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric
Don't Let Me Be Lonely: An American Lyric Claudia Rankine
Don't Let Me Be Lonely is Rankine's meditation on the self bewildered by race riots, terrorism, medicated depression and television's ubiquitous influence.
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Dreams Of The Good Life
Dreams Of The Good Life Richard Mabey
Lark Rise to Candleford is one of the defining accounts of nineteenth-century rural England, yet little is known of the writer behind it. Richard Mabey's moving biography reveals a woman who commemorated village life but also longed to escape it, telling a story of myth-making, transformation and the struggle for creative expression. 
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Empire Of Things
Empire Of Things Frank Trentmann
The epic history of consumption, and the goods that have transformed our lives over the past 600 years.
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Farewell To The Horse
Farewell To The Horse Ulrich Raulff
A magical, wise and beguiling history of all the ways in which our world has been made by the horse.
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Felicity Mary Oliver
A new poetry collection from New York Times bestselling poet and winner of the Pulitzer Prize, Mary Oliver
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