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I Married You Not Your Family: And Nine Other Relationship Myths That Will Ruin Your Marriage

by Linda Mintle

Dr. Mintle, a marital therapist in clinical practice for more than 20 years, mixes research, experience, biblical principles, insight, and wisdom to provide strategies to turn around a marriage.


After Words: Post-Prime Ministerial Speeches

by PJ Keating

A unique volume of speeches and occasional pieces written entirely by former Prime Minister Paul Keating.


The Breaking

by Kathryn Heyman

Two women. Two very different, heroic lives. Two Australias.


The Accomplice

by Kathryn Heyman

'You can almost smell the seasalt... a superb mix of lyricism and economy.' - Sunday Herald, UK


Don't Start Me Talking: Lyrics 1984--2012

by Paul Kelly

Spanning 20 years of song-writing, a fully updated collection of all the lyrics from Australia's greatest singer/songwriter, Paul Kelly.


Rethinking Hizballah: Legitimacy, Authority, Violence

by N. Abboud & J. Muller

Framing and analysing Hizballah through the perspective of the 'resistance society'; an articulation of identity politics that informs the violent and non-violent political strategies of the movement, Abboud...


Resilience & the City: Change, (Dis)Order and Disaster

by Rogers

Following the terrorism events of the first few years of the 21st century, the growth of a new security infrastructure has led to significant changes to urban design and the management of urban space. This book...


A Linking of Heaven and Earth: Studies in Religious and Cultural History in Honor of Carlos M.N. Eire

by Michelson & K. Taylor

Carlos M.N. Eire's deeply innovative publications have helped to shape new fields of study of the Reformation, intertwining social, intellectual, cultural, and religious history to reveal how, lived beliefs...


Religion, Education and Governance in the Middle East: Between Tradition and Modernity

by Felicia Krishna-Hensel

This interdisciplinary book explores the historical and contemporary role of religious tradition and education on political elites and governing agencies in several major states as well as generally in the region....


God and War: The Church of England and Armed Conflict in the Twentieth Century

by G. Parker & Lawson

This book takes the perspective of the 'home front' rather than the battlefield. Presenting accounts and analysis of the views of Anglican clerics on the issue of warfare and international conflict across the...


Children of God: The Child as Source of Theological Anthropology

by Newey

Children of God sheds new light on the role of the child figure in modernity, and in theological responses to it, the book makes an important contribution to the disciplines of historical theology, theology...


Religion and Knowledge: Sociological Perspectives

by Guest & Arweck

This book addresses the relationship between religion and knowledge from a sociological perspective, taking both religion and knowledge as phenomena located within ever changing social contexts. Including critical...


Plague Hospitals: Public Health for the City in Early Modern Venice

by L. Stevens Crawshaw

Lazaretti, or plague hospitals, took on a central role in early modern responses to epidemic disease. An in-depth study of the Venetian lazaretti in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, this book asks what...


Thomas Hardy and Empire: The Representation of Imperial Themes in the Work of Thomas Hardy

by L. Bownas

Thomas Hardy is not generally recognized as an imperial writer, even though he wrote during a period of major expansion of the British Empire. Bownas examines the many references to past empires in Hardy's works...


The Shakespearean International Yearbook: Volume 12: Special Section, Shakespeare in India

by Bradshaw & Bishop

The twelfth issue of The Shakespearean International Yearbook celebrates India's intense engagement with Shakespeare, exploring cinema, theatre and education in particular. Debuting the review essay as a new...


Reading Inebriation in Early Colonial Peru

by P. Morales

In this study, Morales analyses a variety of narratives-dictionaries, legal documents, conversion manuals, historical writings, literary accounts and chronicles-through the lens of inebriation imagery. Employing...


Rhetoric and Medicine in Early Modern Europe

by Pender & S. Struever

Through close analysis of texts, cultural and civic communities, and intellectual history, the papers in this collection for the first time, propose a dynamic relationship between rhetoric and medicine as discourses...


Baroness Orczy's The Scarlet Pimpernel: A Publishing History

by Dugan

Since its publication in 1905, The Scarlet Pimpernel has experienced global success, not only as a novel but in theatrical and film adaptations. Drawing on extensive archival research, Dugan charts the history...


Writing Wales, from the Renaissance to Romanticism

by Mottram & Prescott

Writing Wales explores representations of Wales in English and Welsh literatures written across three tumultuous centuries, from Wales' union with England in 1536, to its industrialisation in the early nineteenth-century....


Female Intimacies in Seventeenth-Century French Literature

by Legault

Examining literary discourses on female intimacy in seventeenth-century France, this study explores the effect of a homosocial and homopriviledged heritage on the deployment and constructions of female friendship...