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Reading and Riding : Hachette's Railroad Bookstore Network in Nineteenth-Century France.

DeMarco, Eileen S.
(2006)  | 9780934223836 | Lehigh University Press | hbk. | book | 172pp
AUD 67.95 (inc. GST), AUD 61.77 (ex. GST),
Reading and Riding traces the foundation and development of Louis Hachette's Bibliotheque des Chemins de Fer and its impact on the social, political, and cultural history of nineteenth-century France. Begun as a means to market a special collection of books to train travelers, the railroad bookstore...

Voltaire's Tormented Soul : A Psychobiographic Inquiry.

Nemeth, Alexander J.
(2007)  | 9780934223928 | Lehigh University Press | hbk. | book
AUD 134.95 (inc. GST), AUD 122.68 (ex. GST),
Voltaire's extraordinary mind and pivotal role in the Age of Enlightenment induced writers of over two-and-a-half centuries to analyze his works and ponder confounding inconsistencies, bound in both his behavior and his writings. Why have numerous biographies and countless literary essays on this historic...

Burning Zeal : The Rhetoric of Martyrdom and the Protestant Community in Reformation France, 1520/1570.

Shepardson, Nikki.
(2007)  | 9780934223874 | Lehigh University Press | hbk. | book | 206pp
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In the chaos of the Reformation, a declaration of one's faith was not solely a religious matter, but at times a choice between life and death. Sixteenth-century Europe witnessed a renaissance of martyrdom and the rebirth of a specific rhetoric that celebrated the sacrifice, constancy, and conviction...

Promised Land : Penn's Holy Experiment, the Walking Purchase, and the Dispossession of Delawares, 1600-1763.

Harper, Steven Craig.
(2006)  | 9780934223775 | Lehigh University Press | hbk. | book | 168pp
AUD 71.95 (inc. GST), AUD 65.41 (ex. GST),
Focusing on the Walking Purchase as the central event in the long process of dispossessing Delawares both geographically and ethnically, Steven Harper observes the transformation of a fragile, if generally peaceful middle ground, habitable by Delawares and English on negotiable terms, to an English...

Thaddeus William Harris (1795-1856) : Nature, Science, and Society in the Life of an American Naturalist.

Elliott, Clark A.
(2007)  | 9780934223911 | Lehigh University Press | hbk. | book | 296pp
AUD 104.95 (inc. GST), AUD 95.41 (ex. GST),
Thaddeus William Harris first made his living as a physician and for many years thereafter as Harvard librarian. For six years, he also taught natural history in Harvard College - Henry David Thoreau was one of his students - but his desire for a full-time professorship was never realized.

 

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