The Foundations of Price Theory
After beginning with Aristotle and passing swiftly on through Aquinas and John Locke to Adam Smith and the classical economists (Part IV), the remaining parts of Bridel's anthology cover: (V) Marx's economics; (VI) the foundations of marginalism; (VII) partial equilibrium analysis, utility and costs; (VIII) general equilibrium analysis; and (IX) alternative approaches. No jackets.
Collected Letters of Rosina Bulwer Lytton
After a disastrous marriage, Rosina Bulwer-Lytton (1802-1882) earned her living writing novels. In books such as Cheveley, or The Man of Honour (1839) she vilified her ex-husband, but also successfully drew attention to the plight of abused and separated women generally. Her letters, spanning 1825 to 1881, reveal the intensity of her efforts to expose Bulwer-Lytton's wrong-doings and the difficulty of her life as a single woman separated from her children, and as a writer. No jackets.
Lives of Victorian Political Figures II
These volumes use carefully selected extracts, reprinted in facsimile from contemporary sources, to examine four prominent Irish leaders - Daniel O'Connell, Parnell, Michael Davitt and James Bronterre O'Brien - both in Irish context and in the wider framework of UK politics. No jackets.
Ebenezer Hazard, Jeremy Belknap and the American Revolution
Russell M Lawson explores the thoughts and experiences of two Enlightenment thinkers during the American War of Independence through the letters of Ebenezer Hazard, postmaster of New York, and his friend Jeremy Belknap in New Hampshire. No jacket.