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Libros Generales del Mes

  • THE SECRET LIFE: Salvador Dalí
    This new edition of The Secret Life is updated, corrected and fully illustrated, with over 30 images in full colour and another 80 in black and white, including Dali's original line drawings.
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  • Guerra Fantastica
    This book deals with a series of military operations that occurred in Portugal in 1762 and 1763, during the Seven Years' War, and which have been largely dismissed by the historiography. They are collectively called the Guerra Fantástica ,'Fantastical War', given the fact that the military units of the countries involved carried out multiple movements while not engaging in any battle.
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  • My First Book of Quantum Physics
    The world of quantum physics is an amazing place, where quantum particles can do weird and wonderful things, acting totally unlike the objects we experience in day-to-day life. How can atoms exist in two places at once? And just how can a cat be dead and alive at the same time? Find out more with this entertaining illustrated guide to the fascinating, mysterious world of quantum physics.
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  • Bored Tourists
    Taken in Spain and Portugal, and shot in square format as a subtle nod toour current 'Instagram generation', these amusing images present an unforgiving vision of the tourist experience. Warning: this book contains a lot of selfie sticks.
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  • A History of Women in 100 Objects
    The history of the world has been told in objects. But what about the objects that tell the history of women?
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  • On Abortion
    On Abortion is the first part of Laia Abril’s new long-term project, A History of Misogyny. The work was first exhibited at Les Rencontres in Arles in 2016 and awarded the Prix de la Photo Madame Figaro and the Fotopress Grant. Abril documents and conceptualizes the dangers and damage caused by women’s lack of legal, safe and free access to abortion. She draws on the past to highlight the long, continuing erosion of women’s reproductive rights through to the present-day, weaving together questions of ethics and morality, to reveal a staggering series of social triggers, stigmas, and taboos around abortion that have been largely invisible until now.
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  • English Uprising: Brexit and the Mainstreaming of the Far Right
    In his timely and important book, Paul Stocker examines how ideas of the far right – always a fringe movement in Britain – have become part of the cultural and political mainstream, especially via a noxious right-wing press, and how these issues are not unique to Britain.
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  • Tokyo Cinegraphix One: Horror & Exploitation: 100 Film Posters from Japan
    Film poster art and design from Japan is renowned as being among the most striking and dynamic in the world, with kanji logograms adding an extra dimension of graphic integration for the Western eye.
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