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Bleeding Heart Square

by Andrew Taylor

If Philippa Penhow hadn't gone to Bleeding Heart Square on that January day, you and perhaps everyone else might have lived happily ever after . . . It's 1934, and the decaying London cul-de-sac of Bleeding...


The Anatomy of Ghosts

by Andrew Taylor

1786, Jerusalem College, Cambridge

The ghost of Sylvia Whichcote is rumored to be haunting Jerusalem ever since student Frank Oldershaw claimed to have seen the dead woman prowling the grounds and was locked...


The European Union and South East Europe: The Dynamics of Europeanization and Multilevel Governance

by Andrew Geddes, Charles Lees & Andrew Taylor

This book explores the interaction of the EU in Greece, Slovenia, Croatia, and Macedonia in three key policy sectors - cohesion, border managements and the environment - and assesses the degree to which the...


Random Acts of Politeness: Eccentric, Quirky and Occasionally Suicidal Examples of Selflessness and Courtesy

by Andrew Taylor

Drawn from many sources, this engaging collection demonstrates that 'gentlemanly behaviour' transcends all barriers, from gender and wealth to age and class - here are noble acts by footballers and fashionistas,...


Thinking America: New England Intellectuals and the Varieties of American Identity

by Andrew Taylor

A penetrating literary and philosophical examination of major figures in the development of American intellectual culture, from Emerson to Santayana


The World of Gerard Mercator

by Andrew Taylor

The story of discovery and mapmaking is one of pushing back shadows," writes Andrew Taylor, and "none in the last two thousand years achieved as much as Gerard Mercator in extending the boundaries of what could...