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- Lost in math : how beauty leads physics astray
- Frankenstein, or, The modern Prometheus : the 1818 text
- Vulnerability and resilience to natural hazards
- AESTHETICS OF CONTINGENCY : writing, politics, and culture in england, 1639-89.
- Indian arm
- Some writer! : the story of E.B. White
- Food and literature
- Physics of heavy fermions : heavy fermions and strongly correlated electrons systems
- Big data, health law, and bioethics
- Galantière : the lost generation's forgotten man
- Charlie & Mouse
- An epistemic theory of democracy
- The Lauras
- Duets : sonnets : Louise Labé : Guido Cavalcanti
- Non-associative normed algebras
- Capitalism : the future of an illusion
- The view from flyover country : dispatches from the forgotten America
- Christianity and American state violence in Iraq : priestly or prophetic?
- Thinking in systems : a primer
- Piecing me together
- Kali Yug Express.
- Crises in the post-soviet space : from the dissolution of the Soviet Union to the conflict in Ukraine
- The way things work now : from levers to lasers, windmills to Wi-Fi, a visual guide to the world of machines
- Safe words : poems
- Essays on Byron in honour of Dr Peter Cochran : breaking the mould
- Give people money : how a universal basic income would end poverty, revolutionize work, and remake the world
- Theatre and the English public from Reformation to Revolution
- Dramatherapy and borderline personality disorder : empowering and nurturing people through creativity