Paperback titles released this October to December
It’s easy to keep track of the many paperbacks we now publish across our imprints and subjects: we’ll collect them all here and update the list quarterly. Full descriptions, contents and details of eBook editions are just a click away. If you think a particular title might be suitable for adoption on a course you teach please don’t hesitate to contact us – see full details here. Any queries? Just mail marketing[email protected] or [email protected].
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The Brecht Yearbook / Das Brecht-Jahrbuch 44
Annual volume, this time featuring special sections on Brecht's dramatic fragments and on comedy in post-Brechtian theater, along with a variety of other contributions.
An unforgettable introduction to the medieval world and its culture for the modern reader.
Published in association with Editorial Barcino.
The Lawn Road Flats
The story of a modernist building with a significant place in the history of Soviet espionage in Britain, where communist spies rubbed shoulders with British artists, sculptors and writers
Money and Markets
This book explores the changing boundaries and relationships between market and state from the seventeenth to the twentieth century.
Music in Vienna
The image of Vienna as a musical city is a familiar one. This book explores the history of music in Vienna, focussing on three different epochs, 1700, 1800 and 1900.
Richard Woods (1715-1793)
First full biography of Richard Woods, the landscape designer, examining his work and restoring him to the attention he merits.
Of interest to linguists, artists, ma-youth, scholars of urban studies and African languages, educationalists, policy makers and language planners who are grappling with the challenges of multilingualism, and language of education in Kenya.
Women and the Land, 1500-1900
Women and the Land examines English women's legal rights to land and the reality and consequences of their land ownership over four centuries.