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|The Journals of John Fowles: v. 2|
Marks a writer's continuing quest for wisdom and self-understanding. Written by John Fowles. Paperback, 480 pages, Vintage Classics, 2007.
|The Collected Poems of A. E. Houseman|
Housman's melodic and memorable poems have been popular for over a century. He writes typically of lost love, of the brevity of happiness, of young soldiers doomed to die. Housman speaks with two voices: the smooth texts conceal a dark sub-text. Written by Alfred Edward Housman. Paperback, 192 pages, Wordsworth Editions, 1984.
|How to Avoid a Climate Disaster|
In this urgent, authoritative book, Bill Gates sets out a wide-ranging, practical - and accessible - plan for how the world can get to zero greenhouse gas emissions in time to avoid a climate catastrophe. Bill Gates has spent a decade investigating the causes and effects of climate change. Written by Bill Gates. Hardback, 272 pages, Allen Lane, 2021.
Coming Alive is all about how not to give yourself a bad time if you can possibly avoid it. Written by Louis Proto. Paperback, 94 pages, Thorsons, 1987.
|The Nine Types of Leader|
Find out what makes great leaders tick, learn what it takes to be credible and read about the things that they'd do differently if they had to do it all again. Written by James Ashton. Paperback, 288 pages, Kogan Page, 2021.
|Personality Psychology: Domains of Knowledge about Human Nature|
Personality makes us who we are and influences every aspect of our lives - from how we interact with others, to how we respond in stressful situations. Written by Randy Larsen et al. Paperback, pages, McGraw-Hill Education, 2020.
|Book of Words|
This is a must read for anyone who is curious and intrigued by the living language. It features many examples of trivia and ephemera, definitions and rule breakers. Written by Michelle O'Regan. Paperback, 230 pages, Axiom, 2006.
|How to Write and Publish a Scientific Paper|
This witty and practical guide to organising, writing, and submitting scientific research for publication in a scientific journal is designed to help researchers make excellent and fluent written papers. Written by Robert A. Day. Paperback, 275 pages, Cambridge University Press, 1988.
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