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Cambridge Scientific Minds

Cambridge Scientific Minds ebook ISBN: 9780521786126
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Peter Michael Harman,Peter Harman,Simon Mitton
Number of Pages: 343 
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A portrait of some of the most eminent scientists associated with the University of Cambridge.

Always Cambridge

Always Cambridge ebook ISBN: 1771118318
Publisher: eXtasy Books
Author: HK Carlton
Number of Pages: 52 
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The Always Cambridge Series chronicles the life of Holly Cambridge through her tumultuous childhood and violent teen years and the consequences that stem from being the daughter of mob boss, Bill Cambridge. ~ Holly Cambridge is just a typical kid, or so she thinks, until one day, she takes a good look around and realizes her friends don�t have bodyguards dogging their every step. At the age of sixteen, Holly is assigned a new bodyguard, Randy Phillips. He is a tall, muscular, God-like force in the young, impressionable and lonely girl�s life. He is her friend, her confident, her conscience, and the older man she adores beyond reason. Randy Phillips is fully aware of his young charge�s adolescent crush on him. Although he is flattered by the adulation, he maintains a safe distance and professional demeanour until Holly is wounded in a rival family blood feud, and the course of both their lives is changed forever.


Cambridge ebook ISBN: 9781902669793
Publisher: Signal Books
Author: Martin Garrett
Number of Pages: 266 
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Travel & holiday guides.

From Newton to Hawking

From Newton to Hawking ebook ISBN: 9780521663106
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Kevin C. Knox,Richard Noakes
Number of Pages: 486 
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Cambridge University's Lucasian Professorship of Mathematics is one of the world's most celebrated academic positions. Since its foundation in 1663, the chair has been held by seventeen men who represent some of the most influential minds in science and technology. Principally a social history of mathematics and physics, the story of these great natural philosophers and mathematical physicists is told here by some of the finest historians of science. This informative work offers new perspectives on world famous scientists including Isaac Newton, Charles Babbage, Paul Dirac, and Stephen Hawking.

Around Cambridge, White Creek, and Jackson

Around Cambridge, White Creek, and Jackson ebook ISBN: 1439624003
Publisher: Arcadia Publishing
Author: Ken Gottry
Number of Pages: 128 
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The Cambridge Valley has always been united and divided, each community holding tightly to its identity. In 1773, the Cambridge District was formed, comprised of the current towns of Cambridge, White Creek, and Jackson. In 1788, the area became the Town of Cambridge in Albany County and was annexed to Washington County in 1791. The area was divided into the present town boundaries in 1816. The three communities of Cambridge, North White Creek, and Dorr’s Corners, though each only three-quarters of a mile from the next, did not unite into the Village of Cambridge until 1866. Today the village spans the boundaries of the three townships but still divides itself into the East End and the West End.

The Athenaeum

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The New Cambridge English Course 2 Student's Book

The New Cambridge English Course 2 Student's Book ebook ISBN: 9780521376389
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Michael Swan,Catherine Walter
Number of Pages: 128 
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The New Cambridge English Course is a course teachers and students can rely on to cover the complete range and depth of language and skills needed from beginner to upper-intermediate level. Each level is designed to provide at least 72 hours of class work using the Student's Book, with additional self-study material provided in the Practice Book. The course has a proven multi-syllabus approach which integrates work on all the vital aspects of language study: grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, skills, notions and functions.

The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature

The Cambridge History of Twentieth-Century English Literature ebook ISBN: 9780521820776
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Laura Marcus,Professor of English Literature Laura Marcus,Peter Nicholls
Number of Pages: 886 
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This Cambridge History is the first major history of twentieth-century English literature to cover the full range of writing in England, Scotland, Wales, and Ireland. The volume also explores the impact of writing from the former colonies on English literature of the period and analyses the ways in which conventional literary genres were shaped and inflected by the new cultural technologies of radio, cinema, and television. In providing an authoritative narrative of literary and cultural production across the century, this History acknowledges the claims for innovation and modernization that chracterise the beginning of the period. At the same time, it attends analytically to the more profound patterns of continuity and development which avant-garde tendencies characteristically underplay. Containing all the virtues of a Cambridge History, this new volume is a major event for anyone concerned with twentieth-century literature, its cultural context, and its relation to the contemporary.

Caleb's Crossing

Caleb's Crossing ebook ISBN: 9781101525685
Publisher: Penguin
Author: Geraldine Brooks
Number of Pages: 352 
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A bestselling tale of passion and belief, magic and adventure from the author of The Secret Chord and of March, winner of the Pulitzer Prize. Bethia Mayfield is a restless and curious young woman growing up in Martha's vineyard in the 1660s amid a small band of pioneering English Puritans. At age twelve, she meets Caleb, the young son of a chieftain, and the two forge a secret bond that draws each into the alien world of the other. Bethia's father is a Calvinist minister who seeks to convert the native Wampanoag, and Caleb becomes a prize in the contest between old ways and new, eventually becoming the first Native American graduate of Harvard College. Inspired by a true story and narrated by the irresistible Bethia, Caleb’s Crossing brilliantly captures the triumphs and turmoil of two brave, openhearted spirits who risk everything in a search for knowledge at a time of superstition and ignorance.

The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 9, Twentieth-Century Historical, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives

The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism: Volume 9, Twentieth-Century Historical, Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives ebook ISBN: 9780521300148
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: George Alexander Kennedy,Christa Knellwolf,Glyn P. Norton,Jessica Osborn,Hugh Barr Nisbet,Christopher Norris,Marshall Brown,Claude Julien Rawson,Alastair J. Minnis,A. Walton Litz,Louis Menand,Raman Selden,Ian Richard Johnson,Christa Knellwolf King,Lawrence Rainey,Rafey Habib
Number of Pages: 482 
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This ninth volume in The Cambridge History of Literary Criticism presents a wide-ranging survey of developments in literary criticism and theory during the last century. Drawing on the combined expertise of a large team of specialist scholars, it offers an authoritative account of the various movements of thought that have made the late twentieth century such a richly productive period in the history of criticism. The aim has been to cover developments which have had greatest impact on the academic study of literature, along with background chapters that place those movements in a broader, intellectual, national and socio-cultural perspective. In comparison with Volumes Seven and Eight, also devoted to twentieth-century developments, there is marked emphasis on the rethinking of historical and philosophical approaches, which have emerged, especially during the past two decades, as among the most challenging areas of debate.

The Cambridge French-English Thesaurus

The Cambridge French-English Thesaurus ebook ISBN: 1316101827
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Marie-Noklle Lamy
Number of Pages: N.A 
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This is the first ever bilingual thesaurus of its kind. The book is aimed at all English-speaking learners and users of French at an intermediate to advanced level, and is structured in a uniquely helpful way. The book is arranged thematically rather than alphabetically, with fifteen part titles subdivided into a total of 142 subheadings which are further subdivided into topic categories. In each category learners will find synonyms and related French words and phrases of use for writing or speaking about the topic, as well as sayings, metaphors, proverbs, famous quotations or usage notes connected with the topic. Every word, phrase and example has an English translation. Illustrations provide additional help, and there is a special section on conversational gambits. Two alphabetical indexes of more than 8,000 words each, one listing English vocabulary and the other French, help readers find what they're looking for easily.

Michael Foster and the Cambridge School of Physiology

Michael Foster and the Cambridge School of Physiology ebook ISBN: 1400869110
Publisher: Princeton University Press
Author: Gerald L. Geison
Number of Pages: 426 
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Despite great ferment and activity among historians of science in recent years, the history of physiology after 1850 has received little attention. Gerald Geison makes an important contribution to our knowledge of this neglected area by investigating the achievements of English physiologists at the Cambridge School from 1870 to 1900. He describes individual scientists, their research, the scientific issues affecting their work, and socio-institutional influences on the group. He pays special attention to the personality and contributions of Michael Foster, founding father of the Cambridge School. Foster's specific research interest was the origin of the rhythmic heartbeat, and the author contends that the school itself descended from and developed around this concern. Originally published in 1978. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

Always Unreliable

Always Unreliable ebook ISBN: 0330526723
Publisher: Pan Macmillan
Author: Clive James
Number of Pages: 560 
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Always Unreliable is the collected first three volumes of Clive James's eloquently witty autobiographies, Unreliable Memoirs, Falling Towards England and May Week Was in June. In Unreliable Memoirs we meet the young Clive James – dressed in shorts and growing up in post-war Sydney. With Falling Towards England, we find Clive living in a Swiss Cottage B&B, where he practises the Twist, anticipates poetical masterpieces he’s yet to compose, and worries about his wardrobe. Finally, May Week Was In June sees Clive at Cambridge University, where he enthusiastically involves himself in college life (generally female lives) until May Week – not only in June but also a fortnight long – when he gets married. The rest, of course, is history . . .

The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy

The Cambridge Companion to Shakespearean Comedy ebook ISBN: 9780521779425
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: Alexander Leggatt,Professor of English Alexander Leggatt
Number of Pages: 237 
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Pt. 1:Shakespeare and comic tradition --Theories of comedy /David Galbraith --Roman comedy /Robert S. Miola --Italian stories on the stage /Louise George Clubb --Elizabethan comedy /Janette Dillon --Popular festivity /François Laroque --pt. 2:Shakespearean comedy --Forms of confusion /John Creaser --Love and courtship /Catherine Bates --Laughing at "others" /Edward Berry --Comedy and sex /Alexander Leggatt --Language and comedy /Lynne Magnusson --Sexual disguise and the theatre of gender /Barbara Hodgdon --Matters of state /Anthony Miller --The experiment of romance /Michael O'Connell.

A History of Cambridge University Press: Volume 1, Printing and the Book Trade in Cambridge, 1534-1698

A History of Cambridge University Press: Volume 1, Printing and the Book Trade in Cambridge, 1534-1698 ebook ISBN: 9780521308014
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Author: David McKitterick
Number of Pages: 524 
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This is a history of Cambridge University Press, the oldest press in the world. These volumes chart the history from 1534 to 1972. 1534 saw the University being granted a charter by Henry VIII to print in Cambridge. By the 1970's the Press had become an international organisation with authors and customers worldwide.