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Australian Between Empires: The Life of Percy Spender

by David Lowe

Part biography, part transnational history, this study details the life and career of Percy Spender, one of Australia's most prominent twentieth-century political figures.


Rural Unwed Mothers: An American Experience, 1870-1950

by Mazie Hough

Drawing extensively from agency records, newspaper accounts, sociological studies and court documents, Hough explores the experiences of rural white unwed mothers in Maine and Tennessee.


Montesquieu and England: Enlightened Exchanges, 1689-1755

by Ursula Haskins Gonthier

Gonthier sets Montesquieu's work in the context of early eighteenth-century Anglo-French relations, taking a comparative approach to show how Montesquieu's engagement with English thought and writing persisted...


Regionalizing Science: Placing Knowledges in Victorian England

by Simon Naylor

Victorian England, as is well known, produced an enormous amount of scientific endeavour, but what has previously been overlooked is the important role of geography on these developments. This book seeks to...


The Science of Vampires

by Katherine Ramsland

·         Are any vampire myths based on fact?

·         Bloodsucking villain to guilt-ridden loner-what has inspired the redemption of the vampire in fiction and film?

·         What...


The Historiography of the Chemical Revolution: Patterns of Interpretation in the History of Science

by John G McEvoy

This study offers a critical survey of past and present interpretations of the Chemical Revolution designed to lend clarity and direction to the current ferment of views.


A Political Biography of Alexander Pope

by Pat Rogers

This is the first study to assess the entire career of Alexander Pope (1688-1744) in relation to the political issues of his time.


Charles Lamb, Elia and the London Magazine: Metropolitan Muse

by Simon P Hull

The inherent 'metropolitanism' of writing for a Romantic-era periodical is here explored through the Elia articles that Charles Lamb wrote for the London Magazine.


Edith Wharton's The Custom of the Country: A Reassessment

by Laura Rattray

Bringing together leading Wharton scholars from Europe, and North America, this volume offers the first ever collection of essays on Edith Wharton's 1913 tour de force, The Custom of the Country.


The History of Ned Evans: by Elizabeth Hervey

by Helena Kelly

Ned Evans is a rags-to-riches hero, whose early existence in poverty in Wales is dramatically changed when he saves the beautiful Lady Cecilia Rivers from an assault and is invited to Ireland by her father....


Inchbald, Hawthorne and the Romantic Moral Romance: Little Histories and Neutral Territories

by Ben P Robertson

Explores the connections between British and American Romanticism, focusing on the novels of Elizabeth Inchbald (1753-1821) and Nathaniel Hawthorne (1804-64). This study argues that Inchbald and Hawthorne are...


Julia: by Helen Maria Williams

by Natasha Duquette

This critical edition of Julia is the first modern printing of a novel that blends the character development of a poet with critical reflections on social injustice.


Barriers to Competition: The Evolution of the Debate

by Ana Rosado Cubero

Focuses on the different methods that economic science has employed in order to detect and measure barriers to entry. This book presents a chronological analysis of competing Harvard and Chicago Schools' interpretations...


Mary Cholmondeley Reconsidered

by Carolyn W de la L Oulton & SueAnn Schatz

This book provides a necessary critical reappraisal of one of the most challenging and subversive of nineteenth-century women writers.


Communities of Science in Nineteenth-Century Ireland

by Juliana Adelman

Adelman challenges historians to reassess the relationship between science and society, showing that the unique situation in Victorian Ireland can nonetheless have important implications for wider European interpretations...


Female Serial Killers: How and Why Women Become Monsters

by Peter Vronsky

The first book of its kind-photographs included.

Mothers, daughters, sisters and grandmothers-fiendish killers all.

Society is conditioned to think of murderers and predators as men, but in this fascinating...


The Edinburgh Review in the Literary Culture of Romantic Britain: Mammoth and Megalonyx

by William Christie

From its first issue, published on the 10th October 1802, Francis Jeffrey's "Edinburgh Review" established a strong reputation and exerted a powerful influence. This is a literary study of the "Edinburgh Review"...


The Rise and Fall of the American System: Nationalism and the Development of the American Economy, 1790-1837

by Songho Ha

The American System was implemented by the US government after the American-British War of 1812 to develop a national domestic market. This study explores the rise and fall of the system between its inception...


A Political Biography of Richard Steele

by Charles A Knight

Richard Steele is famous as an early writer of sentimental drama and as half of the writing team, Addison and Steele. He is notable both for the indirect propaganda he developed with Addison and for the open...


William Wickham, Master Spy: The Secret War Against the French Revolution

by Michael Durey

A biography of William Wickham (1761-1840), Britain's master spy on the Continent for more than five years during the French Revolutionary wars. It follows Wickham's career to narrate the rise and fall of his...