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Bodleian Library Publishing has a diverse list of general interest and scholarly books on a wide range of subjects drawn from or related to the Library's rich collections of manuscripts, rare books, maps, postcards and other printed ephemera.
The list focuses on literature, history, the arts, botany, the military and sport, and titles range from 'The First English Dictionary of Slang, 1699' to 'Postcards from The Trenches'.
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This short illustrated history chronicles the story of Oxford's contribution to science, from its medieval origins to its present status as one of the world's leading scientific institutions. In charting Oxford's remarkable history, the book showcases twenty discoveries which have shaped medical science across the centuries, with worldwide impact.
Clearly the work of a teenager, 'Volume the First' reveals the development of the unmistakable voice and style that would mark out Jane Austen as one of the most popular authors of all time. This is a unique opportunity to own a likeness of Jane Austen's hand in the form of a complete manuscript facsimile.
Filled with timeless advice and charming historical detail, this book is the perfect gift for anyone who ever struggled to write a letter, offering encouragement and amusement alike.
Drawing on the words of many of the spies themselves, 'Secrets in a Dead Fish' is a fascinating compendium of clever and original ruses that casts new light into the murky world of espionage during the First World War.
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