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"THEY CAN LIVE IN THE DESERT BUT NOWHERE ELSE" A HISTORY OF THE ARMENIAN GENOCIDE
Written by Ronald Grigor Suny.
Stock no. 2132442
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st 2015. Fine condition in a nearly fine dustwrapper.
An unforgettable chronicle of a cataclysm that set a tragic pattern for a century of genocide and crimes against humanity. Red boards, grey cloth spine with silver title. A few b/w illustrations and maps. 490 pages includes index. ISBN: 9780691147307. Spine very slightly bumped and the merest hint of rubbing at corners. Wrapper very slightly scuffed.
Examining the history of Lucknow, Oldenburg shows how the results of its transformation after the Mutiny of 1857 continue to pervade the city even today. Challenging conventional views of the extent of British intervention in India after the Mutiny, she contends that the supposedly neutral political, social, economic, and physical changes made in the city at that time constituted aggressive and purposeful control of the population, and that these changes continue to be accepted by contemporary Indian administrators. Lilac cloth boards, blue title block to spine with gilt title. ISBN: 069106590X. Neat name in ink to front endpaper. Dustwrapper is slightly browned to spine.
Monographs In Population Biology No. 10. Card wraps. B/w diagrams and equations. A few marks to covers. Bookplate to inside front cover. From the personal library of Bryan L. Sage, distinguished naturalist and author. Foxing to some pages; heaviest to outer page edges.
Pictorial cardwraps. Colour photos and distribution maps. 308 pages including index. ISBN: 9780691144108. Damp staining to top corner of front cover and first 16 pages affecting margins.
HOW AND WHY SPECIES MULTIPLY: THE RADIATION OF DARWIN'S FINCHES
Written by Peter R. Grant; B. Rosemary Grant.
Stock no. 1815192
Published by Princeton University Press. 1st thus 2011. Nearly fine condition.
The authors explain how the same finches studied by Darwin - and named after him - have continued to provide scientists with valuable information about the origin and evolution of new species. Pictorial cardwraps. Colour photos and b/w diagrams. xix and 218 pages including index. ISBN: 9780691149998.
Card wraps. Colour illustrations. 286 pages. ISBN: 9780691157405. Some creasing to top & lower edges of covers.
A photographic guide. Card wraps. 336 pages. ISBN: 9780691134260.
A photographic guide. Card wraps. 415 pages. ISBN: 9780691134284.
Annals of Mathematics Studies Number 86. Orange card wraps. Spine is faded. Couple of corners are nicked.
Princeton Science Library. Cardwraps. xxiii and 266 pages. ISBN: 0691099839. 12th printing. Covers a little grubby. Contents clean.
Card wraps. Annals of Mathematics Studies Number 115. 480 pages. ISBN: 0691084351. Vertical crease to spine.
Annals of Mathematics Studies Number 60. Orange cardwraps. 246 pages. Covers and text block a little grubby. Light corner creases. Contents clean.