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On the Moor: Science, Histo...

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In Patagonia by Bruce Chatwin
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Heligoland by Jan Rüger
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I bought Jan Rüger‘s Heligoland on a hunch, having read two highly complimentary reviews. The hunch was that I would enjoy the book very much indeed, not least because the subject matter seemed to echo a number of themes explored by one of my favouri ...more
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Show Your Work! by Austin Kleon
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The subtitle says it all: Show Your Work examines ten ways in which creative types should be taking steps to get their work out there and build a following. It’s sound advice, and an entertaining read. One to return to when inspiration fails you.

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The late Stephen Jay Gould more than once observed that, were it possible to roll back time and re-run evolutionary history, we would most likely end up with very different results. Minor differences in circumstances can lead to very different evolut ...more
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