New Books Easter 2012: Illustration

These books can all be seen for the next two weeks on the Self Study display stand in Howard Gardens library, after which time they can be borrowed. If you would like to reserve any item – follow the link on the title which will take you to the book in the library catalogue.

Trickster Makes This World: How Disruptive Imagination Creates Culture by Lewis Hyde

Why Look at Animals? by John Berger

The Book of Dead Philosophers by Simon Critchley

The Art of Memory by Francis A Yates

Head Trip: A Fantastic Romp Through 24 Hours in the Life of Your Brain by Jeff Warren

Defining Visual Rhetorics edited by Charles A Hill

The Trickster: a study in American Indian mythology by Paul Radin

Mervyn Peake: My Eyes Mint Gold: A Life by Malcolm Yorke

 Illuminations edited by Hannah Arendt

The Diary of Frida Kahlo by Carlo

Visual Meetings: how graphics, sticky notes and idea mapping can transform by David Sibbet

The Decorative Illustration of Books by Walter Crane

Dubliners by James Joyce

Lewis Carroll and Alice by Stephanie Lovett Stoffel

 A Haunted House and Other Short Stories by Virginia Woolf

God’s Amateur: The Writings of E C Large

Charms of the Cynical Reason by Mark Lipovetsky

The Decay of Lying and Other Essays by Oscar Wilde

Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke

The Book of Imaginary Beings by Jorge Luis Borges

Richard Scarry’s What Do People Do All Day?

The Cat in the Hat Songbook by Dr Seuss, Eugene Poddany

Stuck by Oliver Jeffers


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