THE CONDITION OF
THE WORKING CLASS IN ENGLAND
Edited with an Introduction by Victor Kiernan 304 pp.
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A Tale of Manchester Life
Edited with an Introduction by Macdonald Daly
Written in the 1840s, Mary Barton sensitively
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district of England’s industrial age. 464 pp.
Penguin Classics 0-14-043464-X $9.00
NORTH AND SOUTH
Edited by Dorothy Collin
Introduction by Martin Dodsworth
Depicts the industrial unrest of mid-nineteenth-century Manchester. 480 pp.
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FATHER AND SON
Gosse’s novel serves as a brilliant document
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Sir Charles Lyell
PRINCIPLES OF GEOLOGY
Edited with an Introduction by James A. Secord
30 line drawings. 528 pp.
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John Stuart Mill
Edited with an Introduction by John H. Robson
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Edited with an Introduction
by Gertrude Himmelfarb 192 pp.
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John Stuart Mill and Jeremy Bentham
UTILITARIANISM and Other Essays
Edited with an Introduction by Alan Ryan
CONTENTS: Introduction. From An Introduction to
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From A System of Logic (Mill). “Bentham” (Mill).
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NEWS FROM NOWHERE
And Other Writings
Edited with an Introduction and Notes
by Clive Wilmer 480 pp.
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John Henry Newman
APOLOGIA PRO VITA SUA
Edited with an Introduction by Ian Ker 608 pp.
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UNTO THIS LAST and Other Writings
Edited, Introduced, and with Notes by Clive Wilmer
Also includes selections from Modern Painters,
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f WONDERFUL ADVEN TURES
OF MRS SEACOLE IN MANY LANDS
Edited with an Introduction
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This 1857 autobiography tells the story of a
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Introduction by Michael Holroyd 288 pp.
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THE REASON WHY
The dramatic recreation of the personalities and
events, the courage and stupidity behind the
immortal charge of the Light Brigade during
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20TH- AND 21ST-
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THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH
IN THE COLD WAR
The Penguin History of the Church, Vol. 7
Owen Chadwick, general editor
Suggestions for further reading, index.
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HOPE AND GLORY: Britain 1900–2000
The Penguin History of Britain, Volume IX
David Cannadine, general editor
Revised Second Edition
See box page 41
THE SECRET AGENT
Edited with an Introduction
by Martin Seymour-Smith
A black satire of British society featuring
amoral characters on both sides of the law.
Includes Conrad’s 1920 author’s note. 272 pp.
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Introduction by Frederick Karl
Signet Classics 240 pp. 0-451-52416-0 $5.95
Ford Madox Ford
Introduction by Robie Macaulay
“The greatest modern war novel from a
British writer.”—Malcolm Bradbury. “A
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tradition.”— The New York Times. 864 pp.
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THE SECRET STATE
Whitehall and the Cold War
“[Hennessy] tells the story with a sparkling
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CHURCHILL: A Biography
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A Penguin Lives Biography
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Lipper/Viking 208 pp. 0-670-03079-1 $19.95
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Lord Londonderry, the Nazis,
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Through the story of how Lord Londonderry
was ruined by his association with Hitler and
the Nazis, Kershaw shines new light on the
British and German miscalculations that led to
war in 1939. “A marvelous portrait....Absorbing,
meticulously researched.”—The Times (London).
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The Bombing of London on May 10, 1941
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Blitz…part military history, part chronicle of
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Berkley 320 pp. 0-425-20557-6 $24.95
BRITISH SOCIETY SINCE 1945
Extensively updated for the 21st century. “An
enjoyable, readable, usable achievement which
leads the field.”— The Sunday Times (London).
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Penguin Great Ideas Series
Orwell’s famous essay discusses the importance of clarity in language in relation to
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Foreword by Thomas Pynchon
Plume 368 pp. 0-452-28423-6
Afterword by Erich Fromm
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Foreword by Gore Vidal
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