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  • by William Shakespeare
    £6.49 - 33.49

    The New Cambridge Shakespeare appeals to students worldwide for its up-to-date scholarship and emphasis on performance. The series features line-by-line commentaries and textual notes on the plays and poems. Introductions are regularly refreshed with accounts of new critical, stage and screen interpretations. This second edition of Romeo and Juliet retains the text prepared by G. Blakemore Evans, together with his introduction and detailed textual notes. A thorough stage history features illustrations and photographs of notable performances from the eighteenth century onwards while a lucid commentary alerts the reader to the difficulties of language, thought and staging. For this second edition, Thomas Moisan has added a new introductory section which focuses on recent scholarly criticism and contemporary productions of the play. The reading list has also been revised and updated.

  • by Wendy Heydorn, Susan Jesudason & Richard van de Lagemaat

  • by Stahl Stephen M. Stahl

  • by Lynne Cameron
    £19.49 - 45.99

    Recent years have seen rapid growth in the numbers of children being taught foreign languages at younger ages. While course books aimed at young learners are appearing on the market, there is scant theoretical reference in the teacher education literature. Teaching Languages to Young Learners is one of the few to develop readers´ understanding of what happens in classrooms where children are being taught a foreign language. It will offer teachers and trainers a coherent theoretical framework to structure thinking about children´s language learning. It gives practical advice on how to analyse and evaluate classroom activities, language use and language development. Examples from classrooms in Europe and Asia will help bring alive the realities of working with young learners of English.

  • - A Self-Study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Learners of English
    by Raymond Murphy

    Grammar in Use is the world's best-selling grammar series for learners of English.

  • - A Self-Study Reference and Practice Book for Elementary Learners of English
    by Raymond Murphy

    Grammar in Use is the world's best-selling grammar series for learners of English.

  • - To Accompany English Grammar in Use Fifth Edition
    by Louise Hashemi

    This new edition has been updated and revised to accompany the Fifth edition of English Grammar in Use, the first choice for intermediate (B1-B2) learners. This book contains 200 varied exercises to provide learners with extra practice of the grammar they have studied.

  • by Peter May

    A focused, 50-60 hour course for the revised Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam from 2015.


    Nietzsche regarded 'Thus Spoke Zarathustra' as his most important work, and it has had an enormous influence on subsequent culture. This edition offers a new translation, which captures the text's poetic brilliance, together with an introduction which discusses many of the most important interpretative issues raised by the work.

  • by Alan Cross, Fiona Baxter & Liz Dilley

    This Activity Book for Stage 4 contains exercises to support each topic in the Learner's Book, which may be completed in class or set as homework. Exercises are designed to consolidate understanding, develop application of knowledge in new situations, and develop Scientific Enquriy skills. There is also an exercise to practise the core vocabulary from each unit.

  • by Jon Board, Fiona Baxter & Liz Dilley
    £12.99 - 15.49

    Cambridge Primary Science is a flexible, engaging course written specifically for the Cambridge Primary Science curriculum framework.

  • - A Self-study Reference and Practice Book for Intermediate Learners of English
    by Raymond Murphy

  • - Signs and Symptoms in Psychiatry
    by Patricia CASEY & Brendan (Trinity College Dublin) Kelly
    £19.49 - 26.49

    An exploration of the signs and symptoms of mental illness commonly seen by psychiatrists, psychologists, nurses, social workers, occupational therapists and GPs. Presented in a clear and concise manner suitable for clinical practice, this fourth edition includes new chapters and information on classification and diagnosis.

  • - With Mind and Matter and Autobiographical Sketches
    by Erwin Schrödinger
    £11.99 - 15.99

    Nobel laureate Erwin Schrodinger's What is Life? is one of the great science classics of the twentieth century. It was written for the layman, but proved to be one of the spurs to the birth of molecular biology and the subsequent discovery of DNA. What is Life? appears here together with Mind and Matter, his essay investigating a relationship which has eluded and puzzled philosophers since the earliest times. Brought together with these two classics are Schrodinger's autobiographical sketches, which offer a fascinating account of his life as a background to his scientific writings.

  • by D'Arcy Wentworth Thompson
    £10.99 - 17.49

    Why do living things and physical phenomena take the form they do? D'Arcy Thompson's classic On Growth and Form looks at the way things grow and the shapes they take. Analysing biological processes in their mathematical and physical aspects, this historic work, first published in 1917, has also become renowned for the sheer poetry of its descriptions. A great scientist sensitive to the fascinations and beauty of the natural world tells of jumping fleas and slipper limpets; of buds and seeds; of bees' cells and rain drops; of the potter's thumb and the spider's web; of a film of soap and a bubble of oil; of a splash of a pebble in a pond. D'Arcy Thompson's writing, hailed as 'good literature as well as good science; a discourse on science as though it were a humanity', is now made available for a wider readership, with a foreword by one of today's great populisers of science, explaining the importance of the work for a new generation of readers.

  • - The Evolution of Institutions for Collective Action
    by Elinor Ostrom
    £11.99 - 25.49

    The governance of natural resources used by many individuals in common is an issue of increasing concern to policy analysts. Both state control and privatization of resources have been advocated, but neither the state nor the market have been uniformly successful in solving common pool resource problems. After critiquing the foundations of policy analysis as applied to natural resources, Elinor Ostrom here provides a unique body of empirical data to explore conditions under which common pool resource problems have been satisfactorily or unsatisfactorily solved. Dr Ostrom uses institutional analysis to explore different ways - both successful and unsuccessful - of governing the commons. In contrast to the proposition of the 'tragedy of the commons' argument, common pool problems sometimes are solved by voluntary organizations rather than by a coercive state. Among the cases considered are communal tenure in meadows and forests, irrigation communities and other water rights, and fisheries.

  • - Patriarchy, Resistance, and Democracy's Future
    by Carol Gilligan & David A. J. Richards
    £18.49 - 24.99

    Why is America again unjustly at war? Why is its politics distorted by wedge issues like abortion and gay marriage? Why is anti-Semitism still so powerfully resurgent? Such contradictions within democracies arise from a patriarchal psychology still alive in our personal and political lives in tension with the equal voice that is the basis of democracy. This book joins a psychological approach with a political-theoretical one that traces both this psychology (based on loss in intimate life) and resistance to it (based on the love of equals) to the Roman Republic and Empire and to three Latin masterpieces: Virgil's Aeneid, Apuleius's The Golden Ass, and Augustine's Confessions. In addition, this book explains many other aspects of our present situation including why movements of ethical resistance are often accompanied by a freeing of sexuality and why we are witnessing an aggressive fundamentalism at home and abroad.

  • - Knowledge, Institutions and Growth, 600 to the Present
    by Karl Gunnar Persson & Paul Sharp
    £17.49 - 28.49

    This revised and extended edition of the leading textbook on European economic history has been updated to take account of contemporary economic developments and the latest research and debates. A concise and accessible introduction that covers the full sweep of the European history, the book focuses on the interplay between the development of institutions and the generation and diffusion of knowledge-based technologies. With simple explanations of key economic principles, the book is an ideal introduction for students in history and economics. Revised textboxes and figures, an extensive glossary, suggestions for further reading and a suite of online resources lead students to a comprehensive understanding of the subject. New material covers contemporary economic developments such as the financial crises of 2007/2008, the Eurozone crisis, new trends in inequality and the austerity debates. This remains the only textbook students need to understand Europe's unique economic development and its global context.

  • by Winfield Hill, Massachusetts) Horowitz & Paul (Harvard University

    The x-Chapters is the missing pieces of The Art of Electronics, to be used either as its complement, or as a direct route to exploring some of the most exciting and oft-overlooked topics in advanced electronic engineering. Students, researchers and practitioners will find here techniques and circuits that are unavailable elsewhere.

  • by Peter May

    A focused, 50-60 hour course for the revised Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) exam from 2015.

  • by Mary Jones & Geoff Jones

    This edition of our successful series to support the Cambridge IGCSE Biology syllabus (0610) is fully updated for the revised syllabus for first examination from 2016.


    This volume covers the history of printing and publishing from the lapse of government licensing of printed works in 1695 to the industrialization of book production around 1830. Interdisciplinary in its perspective, this book will be an important scholarly resource for many years to come.

  • by Michael Spivak

    Spivak's celebrated Calculus combines leisurely explanations, a profusion of examples, a wide range of exercises and plenty of illustrations in an easy-going approach that enlightens difficult concepts and rewards effort. Ideal for honours students and mathematics majors seeking an alternative to doorstop textbooks and more formidable introductions to real analysis.

  • - Pluriliteracies Teaching for Deeper Learning
    by Germany) Meyer, Do (University of Edinburgh) Coyle & Oliver (Johannes Gutenberg Universitat Mainz
    £26.49 - 64.99

    By breaking down the latest research in CLIL, this book introduces the key mechanics and drivers of deeper learning to show how a focus on disciplinary literacies can be put into practise. Engaging and practical, this book will be invaluable to both academics and education practitioners.

  • by Georg Berkel
    £17.49 - 54.99

    Moving beyond the typical rulebook approach to negotiation, this new textbook combines practitioner guidance with empirical research to teach negotiation as a skill that can be learned and mastered. For MBA and law students studying negotiation, as well as executives seeking to develop these skills.

  • by Susan Grant

    Cambridge International AS and A Level Economics Revision Guide provides guidance on tackling the different types of questions set by the examination board. It includes advice on revision and essay writing, as well as clear summaries of the syllabus content.

  • by David A. Hill
    £4.99 - 9.99

    Award-winning original fiction for learners of English. At seven levels, from Starter to Advanced, this impressive selection of carefully graded readers offers exciting reading for every student's capabilities. One icy winter's evening in Budapest, John Taylor is on his way home from the office when a man runs into him and knocks him over. The man turns to say sorry and John is amazed at what he sees: the man is John's double. The double rushes away but leaves no footprints in the snow. Over the next year it becomes clear to John that the meeting was no accident and that his double has a very important message to give him. Paperback-only version. Also available with Audio CDs including complete text recordings from the book.

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