China Miéville - Fiction - 2011 - 208 pages
China Miéville. laws by which someone might theoretically have tried to claim her
, but by now it would have seemed abominable. “It's just Turingware,” Scile said
when she wasn't there, though he allowed that it was better such than he'd seen ...
China Miéville - Fiction - 2012 - 448 pages
. But in this, as in all of his works, Miéville has that special knack for evoking other writers even while making the story wholly his own.”—Los Angeles Times On board the moletrain Medes, Sham Yes ap Soorap watches in awe as he ...
Michael G. Flaherty - Science - 2011 - 180 pages
Ultimately, in keeping with his central thesis, Flaherty's lucid prose make this book a quick read, and the strategies he describes reveal the profound and inventive ways we "manage the clock."
Hendrik W. Dey - Social Science - 2011
This book explores the relationship between the city of Rome and the Aurelian Wall during the six centuries following its construction in the 270s AD, a period when the city changed and contracted almost beyond recognition, as it evolved ...
Satoru Otani - Medical - 2007 - 323 pages
This volume, Prefrontal Cortex: from Synaptic Plasticity to Cognition, is an interdisciplinary approach to characterize the function of the anterior portion of the frontal lobe in rodents and human and non-human primates.
Anthony Douglas - Medical - 2008 - 248 pages
This book is both an introduction and an in-depth analysis of partnership working across the public sector in the UK. In a comprehensive discussion of partnership working, Anthony Douglas explores: The history of partnership working, its ...
Paul H. Frampton - Science - 2008 - 353 pages
The first edition of this work was quickly adopted by universities and other institutions of higher learning around the world. Completely updated, this third edition continues to be an ideal reference on the subject.
C. Wayne Patty - Mathematics - 2012 - 380 pages
Historical comments are dispersed throughout the text, and exercises, varying in degree of difficulty, are found at the end of each chapter.
Thomas Bernhard - Fiction - 2013 - 288 pages
As an unnamed friend pieces together—literally, from thousands of slips of papers and one troubling manuscript—the puzzle of Rotheimer’s breakdown, what emerges is the story of a genius ceaselessly compelled to correct and refine his ...
Robert A. Norman - Medical - 2010 - 260 pages
However, even the most informed patients need guidance, making this book essential for all practicing dermatologists.