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The following list is ordered alphabetically, with the odd book or two we'll place at the top of the list just to highlight them.

Loosing the Lion: Proclaiming the Gospel of Mark
Drama. Irony. Betrayal. Miracles. A holy war with the whole world at stake. And it's all packed into the shortest of the four Gospels. Written in an engaging, lively, oral style, Loosing the Lion tells us how, despite being misunderstood and neglected throughout most of history, the Gospel of Mark has recently been experiencing a scholarly revival. Theologians are beginning to see how it is actually an intense, wild, impossible story told at a breakneck pace with twists and turns that shock and surprise those with eyes to see and ears to hear. Readers will be captivated by the Gospel's literary brilliance, which brings us to the threshold of an encounter with the living Jesus, who reveals his mysteries, and ultimately himself, to those who approach him and dwell in his presence. And when we do encounter him, "The proper response is repentance, joining God's army to be liberated, and once liberated, advancing the liberation of the whole cosmos, which, ultimately, is the content of the Gospel Jesus calls us to believe in. Liberation is coming. Join the resistance.
Written by: Leroy Huizenga.
Year: 2017 repr.
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The New Isaac: Tradition and Intertextuality in the Gospel of Matthew
Gospel scholarship has long recognized that Matthean Christology is a rich, multifaceted tapestry weaving multifold Old Testment figures together in the person of Jesus. It is somewhat strange, therefore, that scholarship has found little role for the figure of Isaac in the Gospel of Matthew. Employing Umberto Eco's theory of the Model Reader as a theoretical basis to ground the phenomenon of Matthean intertextuality, this work contends that when read rightly as a coherent narrative in its first-century setting, with proper attention to both biblical texts and extrabiblical traditions about Isaac, the Gospel of Matthew evinces a significant Isaac typology in service of presenting Jesus as new temple and decisive sacrifice.
Written by: Leroy Huizenga.
Year: 2009/2012 repr.
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Sydney: Fears and Counter-measures of an Isolated Colony
For well over a century, colonial Sydney feared invasion from imperial Britain’s enemies seeking a strategic Pacific foothold, or attack by privateers intent on holding the gold-rich town to ransom. Real and imagined threats came from France, Russia, Spain and America. There were many invasion scares, prompting renewed defence works around Sydney’s harbour. But with each new scare, the defences were found to be inadequate at best. Historian Dean Boyce, investigating the threats thoroughly for the first time, proves that historians were wrong in dismissing them.
Written by: Dean Boyce
Year: 2015
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Chasing Happily Ever After: Building Blocks To A Better Relationship
Many people desire a lasting godly relationship, but getting there can be an endless pursuit of bumps and bruises, feeling as though you are always one step behind. It's time to break that cycle.Chasing Happily Ever After is a modern Christian guide to relationships. It answers the tough questions like, what is God’s desire for me in singleness, or while dating? Is happiness even possible if I choose to remain single? How does dating translate to and impact marriage? How does one stay married?Understanding the big picture to the relationship process is like having blueprints to a structure you are building. Although, you will still labor through the process, you will know the correct steps to take to build a solid foundation and experience success.Whether single, dating, courting, or married, everyone is building something. The question is what are you building; will it withstand the winds of time, the floods of negative feelings, the droughts of affection, or those angry earthquakes? In the end, how will you find happiness and if you do, will it survive?
Written by: Brian E Wallace
Year: 2018
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The Origins of the Canon of the Hebrew Bible: An Analysis of Josephus and 4 Ezra
Examines the thorny question of when, how, and why the collection of twenty-four books that today is known as the Hebrew Bible was formed. He carefully studies the two earliest testimonies in this regard—Josephus’ Against Apion and 4 Ezra—and proposes that, along with the tendency to idealize the past, which leads to consider that divine revelation to Israel has ceased, an important reason to specify a collection of Scriptures at the end of the first century CE consisted in the need to defend the received tradition to counter those that accepted more books.
Written by: Juan Carlos Ossandón
Year: 2018
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The Last Voyage of the Royal Charlotte
A doomed convict transport ship ends its eventful days on a Coral Sea reef.
Written by: Dean Boyce
Year: 2012/2016
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This is not here : connectedness, remote experiences and immersive telematic art
In this interdisciplinary research I set out to develop an understanding of the stages in which human participants experience the application Radiomap, an interactive telematic application mapping live radio stations upon a photorealistic live map of the world, developed as part of this practice-based research program. It was applied in two iterative studies, first in a study using a screen-based version of the application, followed by a study using an immersive, telematic environment. Both studies capture and analyse participants experience via interviews in an adapted Grounded Theory approach, resulting in different models of the stages of experience. This includes diagrams of experiential stages as well as telematic set-ups.A contextual review looks at media theory, media design practice, and relevant dimensions of Human-Computer Interaction research and how this discipline understands and describes telematic experiences. Parts of these dimensions are adapted to inform the methods and methodologies necessary for this research and also to discuss a selection of case studies of interactive art. These case studies, as part of the contextual review, are used to elucidate, establish and analyse the areas of interest Telematic Art, Transformation Art and Global Awareness Art and point to their intrinsic capabilities of not only extending our limited human senses to sense the natural world via remote sensors, but also to create a global awareness, in the sense of an awareness of the planet Earth, in this process. Relevant literature from art theory, philosophy and history of arts complements these examples to form a comprehensive and interdisciplinary system of research methods aided by diagrams and other visual aids depicting crucial experiential characteristics, such as spatiality and medium, which again inform the analysis of data. The conclusions present a critical theory of the different stages of experience that individuals using the application go through. It suggests that a combination of immersive telematics together with the transformation of data into another sensorial modality can create a platform for technological art that questions our relationship with technology and that this critical distance, as opposed to an overwhelming immersion, may aid this process in leaving space to reflect and contemplate this relationship. HOHL, Michael (2006). This is not here: connectedness, remote experiences and immersive telematic art. Doctoral, Sheffield Hallam University.
Written by: Michael HOHL.
Year: 2006
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Pragmatics and rationality
Doctoral Thesis. Reconciliation of realistic views of rationality with inferential-intentional theories of communication. Allott, N. (2008). Pragmatics and rationality. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of London.
Written by: Nicholas Elwyn Allott
Written (mostly) with Mellel: 2007-2008
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Railroads in the Old South: Pursuing Progress in a Slave Society
Challenges the accepted understanding of economic and industrial growth in antebellum America with this original study of the history of the railroad in the Old South. Drawing from both familiar and overlooked sources, such as the personal diaries of Southern travelers, papers and letters from civil engineers, corporate records, and contemporary newspaper accounts, Marrs skillfully expands on the conventional business histories that have characterized scholarship in this field. He situates railroads in the fullness of antebellum life, examining how slavery, technology, labor, social convention, and the environment shaped their evolution. Far from seeing the Old South as backward and premodern, Marrs finds evidence of urban life, industry, and entrepreneurship throughout the region. But these signs of progress existed alongside efforts to preserve traditional ways of life. Railroads exemplified Southerners' pursuit of progress on their own terms: developing modern transportation while retaining a conservative social order. Railroads in the Old South demonstrates that a simple approach to the Old South fails to do justice to its complexity and contradictions.
Written by: Aaron W. Marrs
Year: 2006 (dissertation), 2009 (book)
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Suspensions: Control Processes in Eastern Europe from Iconoclasm to Cybernetics
An anthology of essays on aesthetics, mathematics, politics, and technology by Wladimir Velminski.
Translated (half the essays) and edited (the other half) with Mellel by: Patrick Hubenthal
Year: 2018
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Stella of Akrotiri: Deminon
What's become of the Immortal Darius? His wife, Stella, worries about his fate as she rules over their city-state of Deminon, especially when she learns he's been the victim of treachery. She'll do anything to get him back. Enslaved as a traitor to Rome, Darius is forced to fight gladiators as part of the funeral rites of powerful Romans. His years of experience on the battlefield serve him well in the arena—until he's forced to fight Marcus—a younger, stronger gladiator who is unaware of his own immortality. Sure he's about to suffer a defeat by the hand of Marcus, Darius is forced to make a decision that will change his future and Stella's—preserve his essence by allowing his body to die so that he can live on in Marcus. His two-thousand years of memories and life experiences should be powerful enough to overcome the essence of the untested Immortal. Allow him to return to Stella and resume their life together, even if she won't immediately recognize him.
Written by: Linda Rae Sande
Written with Mellel: 2019
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Waves and Forms: Electronic Music Devices and Computer Encodings in China
An examination of the relationship between technical objects and culture in contemporary China, drawing on concepts from science and technology studies. Technical objects constrain what users do with them. They are not neutral entities but embody information, choices, values, assumptions, or even mistakes embedded by designers. What happens when a technology is designed in one culture and used in another? What happens, for example, when a Chinese user is confronted by Roman-alphabet-embedded interfaces? In this book, Basile Zimmermann examines the relationship between technical objects and culture in contemporary China, drawing on concepts from science and technology studies (STS). He presents a new theoretical framework for “culture” based on the notions of waves and forms, which provides a powerful descriptive toolkit for technology and culture. Written by: Basile Zimmermann
Written with Mellel (dissertation, then Book): 2015
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Stella of Akrotiri: Origins
For over six hundred years, Darius of Agremon has fought wars on behalf of those who needed his skills in combat. As a general of the Minoan army on Thera, he spends his days commanding coastguardsmen against pirates and marauders. His nights are spent alone, for despite having had wives in the past, he has watched them all grow old and die, childless, as he continues to live. So when he senses immortality in a farmer's young daughter, Darius bargains to take her to wife when she is old enough to marry. A foundling, Stella works in her adoptive father's olive orchard above Akrotiri, climbing the ancient trees to prune and to harvest the strings of pearls from their branches. She fears invaders when she watches flaming arrows arc in the sky, a sign the island is under attack. She worries about how the ground quakes beneath her feet and steam erupts from cracks in the ground. She wonders at the odd tingling sensation she experiences whenever Darius is near, a sensation not unlike the one she feels when spending time in the oldest trees.
Written by: Linda Rae Sande
Written with Mellel: 2019
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The Widowers of the Aristocracy (book 4)
An overactive imagination has never been too much of a problem for the viscount. It comes in handy during boring sessions of Parliament and keeps the widower entertained on lonely nights when there are no events to attend. Now that his daughter is making her come-out, he is looking to remarry and has set his cap on a widowed countess. Charity, Countess Wadsworth, is relieved to be widowed and has no intention of finding another husband—except for others. She has just accepted an offer to be the matchmaker at the charity, “Finding Wives for the Wounded.” Until Lancaster makes a comment about having spent an evening in the gardens with her, Charity has no idea she’s a major player in the viscount’s daydreams. Her only interaction with the viscount was a waltz! So just how much has this man imagined? He seems to know far too much—including her secret wish. And does he realize it’s not about to become reality? Or is it? The lines between dreams and real life are about to become blurry in The Charity of a Viscount.
Written by: Linda Rae Sande
Written with Mellel: 2019
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Histoire et civilisations du Soudan
Les pyramides de Méroé ont fait rêver des générations de voyageurs, mais le Soudan dont elles sont l’emblème demeure largement méconnu. D’où cet ouvrage encyclopédique, première synthèse sur les brillantes civilisations qui s’y sont succédé, de la Préhistoire à la période contemporaine, marquée, malgré les difficultés, par une réelle fécondité artistique. Préfacé par Olivier Rolin, l’auteur de Méroé et de Port-Soudan, cet ouvrage fait appel à des spécialistes reconnus qui font état des découvertes scientifiques les plus récentes ; Il n’en est pas moins facile d’accès grâce à la clarté des contributions, à l’abondance de l’iconographie et à la précision des multiples index. Claude Rilly, Vincent Francigny et Marc Maillot présentent, en près de 500 pages, les événements et les faits de civilisation de la Préhistoire à 1820 ; Bernard François traite du Soudan entre 1820 et la période la plus récente ; Odile Nicoloso aborde la vie contemporaine.
Year: 2019
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The Winnowing
In The Winnowing the goddesses of classical Greece return—or as they emphasize, reanimate. Far from being remote mythological beings, they appear in contemporary America to prevent a small cadre of scientists from upending the eternal cycle of life and death. Hubris and infatuation drive a story that ends in conflagration, death and finally, rebirth.
Written by: Patrick C. Garner.
Year: 2019
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War of Songs
This multi-authored monograph consists of the sections: “Pop Rock, Ethno-Chaos, Battle Drums, and a Requiem: The Sounds of the Ukrainian Revolution”, “The Euromaidan’s Aftermath and the Genre of Answer Song: A Musical Dialogue Between the Antagonists?”, “Exposing the Fault Lines beneath the Kremlin’s Restorative Geopolitics: Russian and Ukrainian Parodies of the Russian National Anthem”, “‘Lasha Tumbai’, or ‘Russia, Goodbye’? The Eurovision Song Contest as a Post-Soviet Geopolitical Battleground”, and “(Post-)Soviet Rock Soundtracks the Donbas Conflict”.
Written by: Andrei Rogatchevski, Yngvar B. Steinholt, Arve Hansen, David-Emil Wickström.
Written, Layout with Mellel: 2019.
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Scripture For Seekers
Scripture for Seekers (The S4S Edition) is an entirely new edition of The Old Covenant. It brings to you a new format, new in-column notes for easy access to vital information, new insights into words used in the text, and, perhaps most important of all it places the personal name of God back into the text where it belongs! Written by Obed BenYAH. Link to Book
Facing the Monarch: Modes of Advice in the Early Chinese Court
In the popular consciousness, manipulative speech pervades politicized discourse, and the eloquence of politicians is seen as invariably rooted in cunning and prevarication. Rhetorical flourishes are thus judged corruptive of the substance of political discourse because they lead to distortion and confusion. Yet the papers in Facing the Monarch suggest that separating style from content is practically impossible. Edited by Garret P. S. Olberding.
Year: 2013
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Dubious Facts: The Evidence of Early Chinese Historiography
What were the intentions of early China’s historians? Modern readers must contend with the tension between the narrators’ moralizing commentary and their description of events. Although these historians had notions of evidence, it is not clear to what extent they valued what contemporary scholars would deem “hard” facts. Offering an innovative approach to premodern historical documents, Garret P. S. Olberding argues that the speeches of court advisors reveal subtle strategies of information management in the early monarchic context.
Year: 2012
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Imperial Propaganda and Literature: Representing the British Colonial Experience in Malaysia 1895-1940 (PhD dissertation)
Details: Mulrooney, David. Imperial Propaganda and Literature: Representing the British Colonial Experience in Malaysia 1895-1940. 2019. Harvard University, English Department, PhD dissertation.
This dissertation examines the relationship between literature and imperial propaganda in fiction set in the Malay world by four English writers at the height of the British Empire (Frank Swettenham, Hugh Clifford, Joseph Conrad, and Somerset Maugham).
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2 Corinthians
George Guthrie leads readers through the intricacies of literary structure, word meanings, cultural backdrop, and theological proclamation, offering insights applicable to modern ministry contexts. As with all BECNT volumes, this commentary features the author's detailed interaction with the Greek text; extensive research; thoughtful, chapter-by-chapter exegesis; and an acclaimed, user-friendly design. It admirably achieves the dual aims of the series--academic sophistication with pastoral sensitivity and accessibility--making it a useful tool for pastors, church leaders, students, and teachers. Written by George Guthrie
Year: 2015
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5 Minute Torah: Messianic Insights Into The Weekly Torah Portions
Let's face it. We live in a fast-paced society where our time is at a premium. There are days when we have more available time than others, and we need to put that to good use. There is no better way for a disciple of Yeshua to devote our time than to study the Word of God. 5 Minute Torah, is designed to give you a thought-provoking nugget of the weekly Torah portion in just five minutes or less each and every week. Whether you are looking for quick inspiration, a personal challenge, or a brief nugget you can chew on for the week, the 5 Minute Torah is for you. Let us be your inspiration as we study through the weekly Torah cycle together. Five minutes is all it takes to change your life. Written by Darren N. Huckey.
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5 Minute Torah, Volume 2: Messianic Insights Into The Weekly Torah Portions
There are many commentaries and devotionals on the Torah, the five books of Moses. But there are very few written from a Messianic Jewish perspective that are focused on connecting the teachings of Yeshua and his disciples to the Torah in practical ways. 5 Minute Torah, Volume 2 is the follow-up edition to the highly praised original volume of 5 Minute Torah. Just like the original, Volume 2 is filled with profound, thought-provoking, insights into the weekly Torah portions from a Messianic Jewish perspective. Each chapter focuses on a particular theme drawn out through a glimpse into the Hebrew or insights from an ancient commentator. 5 Minute Torah, Volume 2 will quickly become your go-to source for weekly inspiration as you study the weekly Torah portions. Written by Darren N. Huckey.
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American Genius: Nineteenth Century Bank Locks and Time Locks
By John Erroll and David Erroll.
Year: 2006.
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Account for Murder
What happens when a meek accountant suddenly runs into a heartless criminal that demands: Your money or your life? As it happens, sometimes, the answer is more distressing than the question. By Michael Tavor.
Edit, Layout with Mellel: 2018.
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The AntiCapitalistic mentality
A book by the famous Ludwig von Mises, translated into Hebrew.
Year: 2009.
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Big Babies or: Why Can’t We Just Grow Up?
By Michael Bywater, London: Granta Books 2006.
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Braincast - der Podcast zwischen Geist und Gehirn
89 episodes, 580 pages about mind and brain, 100.000 Downloads per month of Arvid Leyh's.
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Competitive Dialogue in Portugal and Spain
The competitive dialogue procedure is a new public procurement award procedure first introduced by the Directive 2004/18 for the tender of particularly complex contracts, when contracting authorities consider that the use of the open or restricted procedures do not allow for the contract to be tendered. It is not intended to be adopted freely as the open or restricted procedures, but contracting authorities may use it only when the need arises and specific grounds for its use are fulfilled. The procedure was introduced with the stated objective of increasing the flexibility of procurement, which had been already identified as a shortcoming of previous existing EU procurement framework.
Written by: Pedro Telles
Year: 2010.
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The Day You'd Call Me "Dad"
The amazing story of a dad whose first born turns out to be suffering from Autism. A story of journey and courage.
Written by: Aviad Friedman
Edit, Layout with Mellel: 2018
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Discerning Parallelism: A Study in Northern French Medieval Jewish Biblical Exegesis (Brown Judaic Studies)
Parallelism is generally considered the “marker” dividing prose and poetry in ancient Semitic literature, including the Bible. Through their exposure to Judeo-Islamic scholarship certain Sephardic medieval thinkers came to understand this principle. Harris counters the general assumption that the northern French commentators (the so-called “School of Rashi”) didn’t understand parallelism in biblical composition. The assumption is based on the French commentators’ immersion in the midrashic literature of rabbinic Judaism, which did not recognize parallelism, instead understanding each and every word of the Hebrew Bible as containing an aspect of the divine message in its own right. Moreover, unlike the exegetes and grammarians of the Judeo-Islamic world, the northern French scholars did not compose treatises on poetics. The book closely examines the extant biblical commentaries of the northern French exegetes. All citations of rabbinic literature are presented both in the original Hebrew and the author’s English translations. The book is addressed not only to those scholars interested in the history of biblical interpretation, but with its close literary readings of biblical and rabbinic texts also appeals to those interested in synchronic understanding of the Bible.
Written by: Robert A. Harris
Year: 2005
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Downfall
Why did the economy collapse in 2008? Why does the crisis go on and on? A story about hybris, folly and welfare.
Written by: Ori Redler.
Writing, Edit, Layout with Mellel: 2012
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Epigrafia anfiteatrale dell'Occidente romano, VII: Baetica, Lusitania Hispania Citerior
By Joaquín L. Gómez-Pantoja and published by Edizioni Quasar, Roma. This scholarly edition of 148 ancient inscriptions from Roman Spain, all of them related to gladiators, amphitheaters and gladiatorial games, required Ancient Greek and Latin texts, plus special symbols for epigraphic notation. Both writing and formatting were entirely done using Mellel, with the help of Bookends for managing bibliography.
Year of Publication: 2009.
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Er Ist Wieder Da
The year is 2011, and naturally, Adolf Hitler wakes up from a very long slumber. And Germany awakes. Funny and troubling at the same time (Hebrew translation of Timor Vermes' Er Ist Wieder Da. Translation Editing, Layout with Mellel: 2016
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Les Gerfauts
A poetry book by Jacques Herman, poète de notre temps, Edit. Guy Boulianne, Montréal, 2006.
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The Good Storyteller within
Childhood in a Kibbutz, warts, kindness, cruelty and love.
Writing, Edit, Layout with Mellel: 2015
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how2date online: Die Dating.Strategie für Frauen
In German.
Year: 2005
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How2Date online: Die Dating-Strategie für Männer
In German.
Year: 2005
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The Interplay of Roman and Iranian Titles in the Roman East (1st-3rd Century A.D.)
By Tommaso Gnoli, published by the Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Austrian Academy of Sciences). Written and paginated in Mellel, bibliography was made with Bookends.
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The Invention of Science: A New History of the Scientific Revolution
A groundbreaking examination of the greatest event in history, the Scientific Revolution, and how it came to change the way we understand ourselves and our world.. Written by David Wootton
Year:2015
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Lost Worlds: What Have We Lost, & Where Did it Go?
Works of art disappear, species are extinguished, books are lost, cities drown, things once thought immortal suddenly aren’t there at all. Whole libraries of knowledge, and whole galleries of secrets are gone. Our culture, our knowledge, and all our lives are shadows cast by what went before. We are defined, not by what we have, but by what we have lost along the way. Lost Worlds is a glossary of the missing, a cabinet of absent curiosities. No mere miscellany, it weaves a web of everything we no longer have. Michael Bywater, "Lost Worlds" columnist for the Independent on Sunday, teaches at Cambridge University. Written by Michael Bywater
Year: 2005. Link to Book
Macht Musik schlau? Neue Erkenntnisse aus den Neurowissenschaften und der kognitiven Psychologie
By Lutz Jäncke. Does music make you wiser and sharper? The latest in the Neuro-science and cognitive psychology field.
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Nietzsche: A Guide For The Perplexed
Nietzsche: A Guide for the Perplexed is a clear and thorough account of Nietzsche's philosophy, his major works and ideas, providing an ideal guide to the important and complex thought of this key philosopher. Written by R. Kevin Hill.
Year: 2007
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Nådens morgenlys
Nådens morgenlys. Middelaldersk Olavsliturgi i vår tid. Liturgisk skriftserie nr. 10 (Norwegian).
Written with Mellel (Mostly): May 2005
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Paul's Marriages
A new novel by Barry Friedman: "A story about a writer who's writing a novel about marriage--his and a fictitious one, which looks remarkably like his own. In doing so, he tries to answer the question: "If you had the chance to recreate your entire life, providing you kept all the pieces the same, would it be any better?" His answer: "No."
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Peintures et gravures d'avant les pharaons du Sahara au Nil (Relié)
A big book (275 x 355 mm, 384 pages, more than 900 pictures, more than 1,000,000 signs of text) including arabic, hieroglyphic, grec, tamazight… texts. All written in Mellel, layout in InDesign. Amazon.fr
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Playing With Style: Negotiating Digital Game Studies
An essay. Written by David Parry
Year: 2006
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Power, Pleasure, and Profit: Insatiable Appetites from Machiavelli to Madison
A provocative history of the changing values that have given rise to our present discontents. Written by David Wootton
Year:2018
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Princess: A true stori of live behind the Veil in Saudi Arabia
An international best seller about the real life of women in Saudi Arabia, by Jane Sasson.
Edit, Layout with Mellel: 2018
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Rabbi Eliezer of Beaugency, Commentaries on Amos and Jonah
Rabbi Eliezer of Beaugency represents the pinnacle of twelfth-century rabbinic exegesis of the Bible. A proponent of the literal school, Eliezer completely abandoned traditional rabbinic midrash in his explication of biblical texts, and innovated a literary approach that anticipated the fruits of modern scholarship in virtually every paragraph. This volume presents, for the first time in English translation, an extended window into the oeuvre of this master interpreter.
Written by: Robert A Harris
Year: 2018
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Reset Your Child's Brain
A four week plan to end meltdowns, raise grades, and boost social skills by reversing the effects of Electronic Screen-time. By Victoria L. Dunckley, MD. (Tranlsation).
Layout with Mellel: 2019
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The Routledge Introductory Course in Modern Hebrew
Hebrew in Israel is an integrated language course designed specifically for classroom–based learners. The course contains 90 lessons combining texts, grammar explanations, and exercises. This is supported by a Companion Website with audiovisual materials to guide the student through the key skills of reading, writing, speaking, and listening.
Written by: Giore Etzion.
Year: 2009
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Skulk
Richard Gronsky is swept off his feet by T.L. Skulkington, a sassy, right-wing superstar, during one of her liberal-bashing talks. Their romance struggles with contrasting politics until a run-in with Homeland Security brings Miss Skulkington's libertarian impulses to the fore: "Skulk" is won over to Gronsky's causes - secession of the Free State of Kansas, and 9/11 Truth.
Written by Marc Estrin
Year: 2008
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Taking Tamar: Bringing Up a Child With Down Syndrome
By Martha Lev-Zion. A book about a mother's experience bringing up a child with Down syndrome. The author adds: "These days, Tamar is using Mellel to help write the second volume which will concentrate on the damage of her abandonment and her rapport with her biological and adoptive families."
Written by: Martha Lev-Zion
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Les Tartanes
A poetry book by Jacques Herman, poète de notre temps, Edit. Le Madrier, Pailly, 2007.
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Thus shall it be done to the Jew
A wake up call from the book of Esther. Written by Michael Eisenberg.
Edit, Layout with Mellel: 2016
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Time to Betray
The Amazing Story of an American spy at the heart of the Iranian Revolution.
Translation, Edit, Layout in Mellel: 2017
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Your Name Here
A heartwarming story of two writers who wanted to save the world. By Helen DeWitt.
Year: 2007.
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