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Lucky Hans and Other Merz Fairy Tales<br>Kurt Schwitters<br>Translated and introduced by Jack Zipes<br>Illustrated by Irvine Peacock

"These byproducts from [Schwitters,] a man who tried his hand at much else, and gained relatively little attention for any of it, who lived with his parents and then in the house he inherited . . .

Introduction to Computational Science: Modeling and Simulation for the Sciences (Second Edition)<br>Angela B. Shiflet & George W. Shiflet

Praise for the previous edition: "A masterpiece. I know of nothing comparable. I give it five stars."--James M. Cargal, UMAP Journal

Redeeming <i>The Prince</i>:
The Meaning of Machiavelli's Masterpiece<br>Maurizio Viroli

"Maurizio Viroli wants us to grasp that The Prince was not the cynically devious tract it seems, but rather a patriotic appeal for a redeemer . . .

Tradition and the Formation of the Talmud<br>Moulie Vidas

"In recent years, scholars have come to see the Talmud as the product of much more than editorial effort in late antiquity--that its building blocks were constructed into an edifice . . .

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