The Collected Letters of C.S. Lewis, Volume 3: Narnia.

Contains Letters from 1578 to 1582
Includes Biographical Sketches, Sources for the Biographical Sketches and Index.

Contains Letters from 1578 to 1582
Includes Biographical Sketches, Sources for the Biographical Sketches and Index.

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David R. Sorensen, St. Joseph's University

Editors:
Brent E. Kinser, Western Carolina University
Jane Roberts, University of Edinburgh
Liz Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
Jonathan Wild, University of Edinburgh

Content for  The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle  is freely available at  carlyleletters.org .

This five-volume set brings together the surviving letters penned by Harriet Martineau, the nineteenth-century writer and women’s rights advocate. Throughout her fifty-year career, Harriet Martineau's prolific literary output was matched only by her exchanges with a range of high-profile British, American and European correspondents. This set focuses on the letters written by Martineau, contextualising the correspondence through annotation of the highest standard. This book is a unique and highly valuable resource for students of, and others interested in, the history of feminism.

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This volume (the 2nd of a series of 19) contains 21 letters written between 1676 and 1679. Every volume in the series contains the texts in the original Dutch and an English translation. The great range of subjects studied by Van Leeuwenhoek is reflected in these letters: instruments to measure water; pulmonary diseases; experiments relating to the solution of gold and silver; salt crystals and grains of sand; botanical work, such as duckweed and germination of orange pips; descriptions on protozoa; blood; spermatozoa; and health and hygiene, for example and harmfulness of tea and coffee and the benefits of cleaning teeth.

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Contains Letters from 1578 to 1582
Includes Biographical Sketches, Sources for the Biographical Sketches and Index.

Editorial Office:
Duke University Press
Box 90660
Durham, NC 27708-0660
919-687-3623
919-688-3524 (fax)
[email protected] Senior Editors:
Ian Campbell, University of Edinburgh
Aileen Christianson, University of Edinburgh
David R. Sorensen, St. Joseph's University

Editors:
Brent E. Kinser, Western Carolina University
Jane Roberts, University of Edinburgh
Liz Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
Jonathan Wild, University of Edinburgh

Content for  The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle  is freely available at  carlyleletters.org .

Contains Letters from 1578 to 1582
Includes Biographical Sketches, Sources for the Biographical Sketches and Index.

Editorial Office:
Duke University Press
Box 90660
Durham, NC 27708-0660
919-687-3623
919-688-3524 (fax)
[email protected] Senior Editors:
Ian Campbell, University of Edinburgh
Aileen Christianson, University of Edinburgh
David R. Sorensen, St. Joseph's University

Editors:
Brent E. Kinser, Western Carolina University
Jane Roberts, University of Edinburgh
Liz Sutherland, University of Edinburgh
Jonathan Wild, University of Edinburgh

Content for  The Collected Letters of Thomas and Jane Welsh Carlyle  is freely available at  carlyleletters.org .

This five-volume set brings together the surviving letters penned by Harriet Martineau, the nineteenth-century writer and women’s rights advocate. Throughout her fifty-year career, Harriet Martineau's prolific literary output was matched only by her exchanges with a range of high-profile British, American and European correspondents. This set focuses on the letters written by Martineau, contextualising the correspondence through annotation of the highest standard. This book is a unique and highly valuable resource for students of, and others interested in, the history of feminism.

Routledge.com eBooks are available through VitalSource. The free VitalSource Bookshelf® application allows you to access to your eBooks whenever and wherever you choose.

Bookpoint
130 Milton Park , Abingdon , Oxon OX14 4SB , UK
Telephone : +44 (0) 1235 400 524
Fax : +44 (0) 1235 400 401

 
 
 
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