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The Art of Holy Russia, 1400-1600 1998-02
American Women Writers, 1650-1920 1998-02
The Representation of Fireworks in Early Modern Europe 1998-02
The Fancy Picture in Eighteenth-Century British Art 1998-02
Io Canto L'Arme e 'l Cavalier Sovrano 1998-02
Blu, Rosso et Oro 1998-04
Laura (Riding) Jackson and the Promise of Language 1998-04
Ulysses 1999-01
Such Friends: The Work of W.B. Yeats 1999-02
Modernists in New Mexico...1916-1941 1999-02
Getty: The Wormsley Library 1999-02
Books in Leuven, the Oldest University in the Low Country 1999-02
Nabokov under Glass 1999-02
The Library of Duke August of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel 1999-02
The Popular Print in England 1999-03
Sibthorp, Bauer and Hawkins in the Levant [1787 & 1795] 1999-03
Churchill: the Evidence 1999-03
700 Years of Scientific and Medical Illustration 1999-03
Book of Common Prayer 1999-03
Pierpont Morgan: Banker and Collector 1999-03
George Washington and the American Republic 1999-04
Fine Printed Books, 1900-1999 1999-04
Drifting: Nakahama Manjiro's Tale of Discovery 1999-04
The Civil War and the Revolution in Britain & Ireland 1638-53 1999-04
The Wilde Controversies 1999-04
From Boer War to Uhuru 2000-01
Beautiful Birds 2000-01
Goethe the Scientist 2000-01
Celebrating John Ruskin 1819-1900 2000-01
The Yeats Family and the Book Circa 1900 2000-02
The Art of Food for Festivals 2000-02
ABC David Kindersley 2000-02
Gaslight: Sherlock Holmes in the Lilly Library 2000-03
We're Off to See the Wizard! The Wonderful Wizard of Oz 2000-03
Ted Hughes, 1930-1998 2000-03
Ulysses 2000-03
Pushkin to Nabokov: Russian Literature at Yale 2000-03
The Apocalypse and the Shape of Things to Come 2000-03
Living and Reliving the Icelandic Sagas 2000-04
The Journey to Hogwarts: Women Writing for Children 2000-04

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