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From critically acclaimed historian Juliet Nicolson, a novel of a King and country torn between private desire and public duty on the eve of the Second World War
One of the world's most respected neuroscientists, shows how success affects the inner workings of the brain and explores the implications for all of us, in business, on the public stage and in our emotional lives.
An irresistible story of losing weight, finding passion and falling back in love with life
What does a secret look like? How would you draw a toothache? And what colour is Tuesday? This fantastic new book from Sally Kindberg has weird and wonderful doodles for every occasion!
A one-volume guide to the most important of Plato's Socratic dialogues that encourages students to engage with the contemporary relevance of Socrates' questions.
Argues that the doctrine of universal salvation is more philosophically defensible than the traditional doctrine of hell.
From trauma to postmodernism and gender theory, this guide surveys a full range of critical perspectives on three of Palahniuk's major novels, including Fight Club.
Martin Kelner traces the relationship between sport and TV - the ultimate marriage of convenience. From humble origins at the 1960 Olympics, through the momentous impact of Sky, up to the high-tech gadgetry of our present-day viewing, this is an insightful and very funny exploration of two major national pastimes.
Discussion of Sikhism and traditionally difficult themes such as the relationship between politics and religion, violence and mysticism, culture and spirituality, or particularity and globalization.
A thoroughly comprehensive and accessible reference tool for students of Merleau-Ponty, navigating his major works, influences and key concepts.