Shakespeare Survey Online
Shakespeare Survey is a series of Shakespeare studies and production. Since 1948 Survey has published the best international scholarship in English and many of its essays have become classics of Shakespeare criticism.
Contemporary European History
Contemporary European History is publishing its 25 volume in 2016 and to celebrate is offering free access to an entire anniversary special issue here.
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Cambridge IGCSE Geography
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A comprehensive edition of Cambridge IGCSE® Geography revised for first teaching in 2014.
Epidemiology and Psychiatric Sciences
An international, peer-reviewed journal that gives priority to highly relevant and innovative research articles and systematic reviews in the areas of public mental health and policy; mental health services, system research; and epidemiological and social psychiatry.
Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present is an electronic textbase for research and discovery. It seeks to further the study and understanding of literature, focusing particularly on the part women have played in its development.
Cambridge School Shakespeare
A wealth of free resources for everyone interested in the reading, performing and learning of Shakespeare's plays.
Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (fourth edition)
Written by a team with teaching and examining experience, Cambridge IGCSE Chemistry (fourth edition) gives comprehensive and accessible coverage of the syllabus.
The Letters of Samuel Beckett Volume 3. 1957–1965
Samuel Beckett Hardback
This third volume of The Letters of Samuel Beckett focuses on the years when Beckett is striving to find a balance between the demands put upon him by his growing international fame, and his need for the peace and silence from which new writing might emerge.
English Grammar in Use
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A new edition of the world's best-selling grammar for learners of English, available as a book and online.
Stahl Online comprises online versions of the complete set of reference works written or edited by Dr. Stephen M. Stahl, one of the world’s leading psychopharmacologists.
Annals of Glaciology
Journal of Glaciology and Annals of Glaciology publish original articles and letters concerning scientific research into any aspect of ice and snow, and interactions between ice, snow, climate and other environmental phenomena including the biosphere and permafrost.
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