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  1. The Shakespeare Name and Place Dictionary

    Edited by J. Madison Davis

    Entries provide the likely sources for a name; describe historical and mythological backgrounds; examine Shakespeare's presentation of a character or place; and suggest various interpretations of a name. Each entry contains line citations to William Shakespeare: The Complete Works, edited by Wells...

    Published May 1st 1995 by Routledge

  2. Patrick Geddes

    Social Evolutionist and City Planner

    By Helen Meller

    One of the great social thinkers of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, Sir Patrick Geddes (1854-1932) enjoyed a career of astonishing diversity. This new analysis of his life and work reviews his ideas and philosophy of planning, providing a scholarly yet accessible account for those...

    Published January 6th 1994 by Routledge

  3. Green History

    A Reader in Environmental Literature, Philosophy and Politics

    Edited by Derek Wall

    Green History traces the development of ecological writing through history and forms a broad critical review of green ideas and movements reinforcing the importance of environmental concern and action in our own time. Animal rights, ecology as science, feminism, green fascism/socialism/anarchism,...

    Published December 2nd 1993 by Routledge

  4. Viva

    Women and Popular Protest in Latin America.

    By Sarah A. Radcliffe, Dr Sallie Westwood, Sallie Westwood

    Series: Routledge International Studies of Women and Place

    First published in 1993. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....

    Published January 7th 1993 by Routledge

  5. Antarctica

    Exploration, Perception and Metaphor

    By Paul Simpson-Housley

    A scene so wildly and awfully desolate...it cannot fail to impress me with gloomy thoughts" - so Scott perceived the stark Antarctic landscape in 1905. Antarctica traces images of the continent from early invented maps of Terra Australis Incognita up to Amundsen's arrival at 90 degrees South....

    Published August 27th 1992 by Routledge