What is Nigel Farage's favourite novel? Why do Brexiteers love Sherlock Holmes? Is Philip Larkin the best Brexit poet ever? In this irreverent and entertaining new guide, John Sutherland quarries the great literary minds of English history to assemble the ultimate reading list for Brexiteers.
Focusses on the human inclination to make up stories between a Nobel Prize-winning writer and a psychotherapist. In this book the authors, consider psychotherapy and its wider social context from different perspectives, but at the heart of both their approaches is a concern with stories.
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This book provides a clear scholarly introduction to study of the life of Jesus and of the four New Testament gospels. In the second edition, special attention is given to ways of assessing the relevant literary and archaeological evidence. Current scholarly debates are considered, but the main emphasis is on thorough study of key passages in the gospels.
If you've reached a stage in your career or education where your writing needs to be high quality, Grammar for Grown-ups is a must for your top drawer. Vocational rather than academic, Grammar for Grown-ups is packed with real-life examples and keeps you engaged with a wealth of great quotations from Homer the Greek to Homer the Simpson.
This fun yet informative book - including common misspellings, how to use punctuation correctly, applying the right tense and good sentence construction - will turn you from a logophobe to a grammarphile in no time!
Offers descriptions of the structure of grasses and their flowers. This book contains lists of grasses for various habitats, and a key to grasses in flower. It provides scientific illustrations of the major grasses found in the UK and information on the preferred conditions for each grass.