Andrew Smith - Author

About the Author

Andrew Smith is English although he was born in New York and lived in California until he was in his early teens. He watched the moon landings on TV in his San Francisco home.
 

He has written for the Melody Maker, the Face, the Sunday Times, and the Observer where he has written on the KLF, death row, Damien Hirst, Jeff Bezos, Bianca Jagger and much much more.  He currently lives with his family in Norfolk.

Photograph © Jaime Turner

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Doctor Who 240 - Hour of the Cybermen

Doctor Who 240 - Hour of the Cybermen

Author: Andrew Smith, Steve Foxon Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 31/08/2018

Answering a call from UNIT, the Doctor arrives in London to find the streets deserted, apart from looters in possession of a valuable commodity - water. Britain is suffering an extreme and bizarre drought. The cause is suspected to be extra-terrestrial. The discovery of a signal being transmitted into space, and of a spacecraft whose crew are desiccated corpses, provides a possible answer. But the true enemy is an old foe of the Doctor's .The Cybermen have been patient, setting their plans in place over a number of years. As the final stage is implemented, in the darkest hour, the Doctor must identify who among his allies he can trust. Big Finish have been producing Doctor Who audios since 1999, starring Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, David Tennant and John Hurt. The Doctor in this story is played by Colin Baker, familiar to many viewers and audiences not only as the Doctor, but also for his popular stay in I'm A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here! As the title might suggest, this story pitches the Doctor against some of his most famous foes - fan favourites the Cybermen, this particular version voiced by the original 1980s actors! CAST: Colin Baker (The Doctor), David Banks (Cyber Leader), Mark Hardy (Cyber Lieutenant), Frog Stone (Riva), Blake Harrison (Daniel Hopkins), Wayne Forester (Atriss / Bill Parker / Captain Weaver), Russ Bain (Lewis Price / Kel).

The Impact of the First World War on International Business

The Impact of the First World War on International Business

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 14/08/2018

People throughout the world are now commemorating the centenary of the start of the First World War. For historians of international business and finance, it is an opportunity to reflect on the impact of the war on global business activity. The world economy was highly integrated in the early twentieth century thanks to nearly a century of globalisation. In 1913, the economies of the countries that were about to go war seemed inextricably linked. The Impact of the First World War on International Business explores what happened to international business organisations when this integrated global economy was shattered by the outbreak of a major war. Studying how companies responded to the economic catastrophe of the First World War offers important lessons to policymakers and businesspeople in the present, concerning for instance the impact of great power politics on international business or the thesis that globalization reduces the likelihood of inter-state warfare. This is the first book to focus on the impact of the First World War on international business.

Plotinus Ennead V.8 On Intelligible Beauty: Translation, with an Introduction, and Commentary

Plotinus Ennead V.8 On Intelligible Beauty: Translation, with an Introduction, and Commentary

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 25/07/2018

Plotinus' Ennead V.8, originally part of a single work (with III.8, V.5, and II.9), provides the foundation for a positive view of the universe as an image of divine beauty against the Gnostic rejection of the world. Although it emphasizes the cosmic dimension of beauty, it is, as are most treatises of Plotinus, concerned with the individual soul. The notion that the artist has within him an idea of beauty that derives directly from the intelligible world in fact coincides with his theory that each one of us has access to Intellect through his or her own intellect. It is the exploitation of this theme that forms the central dynamic of the treatise, with its stress on our ability to see and be one with the intelligible world and its beauty.

Star Cops - Mother Earth Part 1

Star Cops - Mother Earth Part 1

Author: Andrew Smith, Ian Potter, Christopher Hatherall, Guy Adams Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 30/06/2018

Star Cops debuted on BBC2 in 1987, the brainchild of Doctor Who and Blake's 7 writer Chris Boucher, aimed as a police procedural set in the new frontier of commercialised space exploration. It's the near future, and mankind has expanded its presence in space. Maintaining law and order among this network of space stations, satellites and moon outposts is the responsibility of the International Space Police Force, known colloquially as the Star Cops. Their leader is Commander Nathan Spring. While dealing with crimes including drug smuggling and murder, the Star Cops find themselves facing a new and sustained threat. The activist group Mother Earth, ideologically opposed to humanity's presence in space, has been quiet for some time. But no longer. The group returns with a vengeance, prepared it seems to go to any lengths to achieve its aims. 1.1 One of Our Cops is Missing by Andrew Smith. As construction of the Vasco da Gama, the largest space station ever put into orbit, nears completion, Nathan is visited by an old friend, who asks for his help in tracking down a missing undercover officer. Meanwhile, Inspector Priya Basu is investigating a near-fatal spacewalk accident on the space station Rakesh Sharma that may be no accident at all.1.2 Tranquillity and Other Illusions by Ian Potter. A murder at the historic scene of the first Apollo moon landing offers few clues for the Star Cops. Why would anyone want to kill Philip Hughes, a property entrepreneur? And what has become of the mysterious woman who was with him at the time? The investigation leads to a moon outpost, where anyone may be the killer. 1.3 Lockdown by Christopher Hatherall. Tech Tower is a state of the art, high - security, high-technology building located in Paris. It seems the ideal venue for an international conference on how to counter the growing threat from the Mother Earth group. Nathan and Priya attend as representatives of space policing. Soon, they and everyone else in the building find themselves in danger as a disruptive attack by Mother Earth coincides with a plot by criminals to carry out a high stakes robbery. 1.4 The Thousand Ton Bomb by Guy Adams. A failed bombing of Moonbase provides the Star Cops with an opportunity to strike back at Mother Earth. Paul Bailey is called on to use his undercover skills once more. But Mother Earth is about to escalate its campaign of violence with a spectacular attack. And the Star Cops are among those in the firing line. The series hero Nathan Spring is played by David Calder, one of Britain's most regarded stage and screen actors. He is joined by several new characters created for these fresh Star Cops adventures, with Priya Basu played by Eastenders regular Rakhee Thakrar. CAST: David Calder (Nathan Spring / Box), Trevor Cooper (Colin Devis), Linda Newton (Pal Kenzy), Rakhee Thakrar (Priya Basu), Philip Olivier (Paul Bailey), Andrew Secombe (Brian Lincoln), Ewan Bailey (Martin Collyer), Nimmy March (Shayla Moss), Delroy Atkinson (Charles Hardin), Zora Bishop (Armina Hamid), Mandi Symonds (Caroline / Mother Earth), Tim Scragg (Ashton / Hughes), Amerjit Deu (Rez Varughese / Gish), Gabrielle Glaister (Joanne Stack / Janine), George Asprey (Alby Royle / Steven Moore), Andy Snowball (Danny Neal / Pan-Pacific President), Sophie-Louise Dann (Simone Babin).

Gothic Death 1740-1914 A Literary History

Gothic Death 1740-1914 A Literary History

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 25/06/2018

Gothic death 1740-1914 explores the representations of death and dying in Gothic narratives published between the mid-eighteenth century and the beginning of the First World War. It investigates how eighteenth century Graveyard Poetry and the tradition of the elegy produced a version of death that underpinned ideas about empathy and models of textual composition. Later accounts of melancholy, as in the work of Ann Radcliffe and Mary Shelley, emphasise the literary construction of death. The shift from writing death to interpreting the signs of death is explored in relation to the work of Poe, Emily Bronte and George Eliot. A chapter on Dickens examines the significance of graves and capital punishment during the period. A chapter on Haggard, Stoker and Wilde explores conjunctions between love and death and a final chapter on Machen and Stoker explores how scientific ideas of the period help to contextualise a specifically fin de siecle model of death. -- .

The Fourth Doctor Adventures - Series 7A

The Fourth Doctor Adventures - Series 7A

Author: Andrew Smith, David Llewellyn, John Dorney Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 28/02/2018

This run of stories featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor is a boxed set - previous series have been individually available. Something horrific is happening on Chaldera... and it has been happening for longer than anyone could possibly have realised. Now every life on the planet is at stake. Bar one. The dark secret at the heart of this world is about to be revealed. The Sons of Kaldor features the Super-Voc and Voc androids - better know to fans as the eponymous villains in the classic story The Robots of Death. CAST: Tom Baker (The Doctor), Louise Jameson (Leela), John Leeson (K9), Martha Cope (Commander Lind), Oliver Dimsdale (Rebben Tace), Toby Hadoke (V26), John Dorney (Brin / SV9 / V12 / Gary), Cathy Tyson (Jennifer), Damian Lynch (Colin Marshall), Julian Wadham (Dr Holman), Dan Starkey (Linus Strang), Josette Simon (Taraneh), Sarah Lark (Jacinta), Alex Wyndham (Raph), Robert Duncan (Krayl / Sternwood / Eldren), Andy Secombe (Cloten / Shift), Justin Avoth (Cain).

Vibrant Christianity in Multifaith Britain Equipping the church for a faithful engagement with people of different faiths

Vibrant Christianity in Multifaith Britain Equipping the church for a faithful engagement with people of different faiths

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 19/01/2018

Vibrant Christianity in Multifaith Britain is an accessible and thought-provoking approach that encourages readers to think seriously about how we live out our faith in an increasingly multifaith society. Whether we meet people of different faiths or just hear about them in the media, this book will give Christians confidence to express our faith in a religiously diverse world. Drawing on scripture and the author's many years of experience, the book challenges preconceptions and offers practical advice.

Interventions Rethinking the Nineteenth Century

Interventions Rethinking the Nineteenth Century

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 18/07/2017

This book aims to intervene in current critical contexts for the study of nineteenth-century literature within the academy and beyond. Topics discussed include science and technology, poetry and philosophy, the Gothic, anatomical exhibitions, the global spread of liberalism, Anglo-American publishing, Punjabi popular culture and the neo-Victorian in literature, film and performance. By bringing together a broad range of intellectually challenging perspectives, the book offers an engaging critical overview of the field of nineteenth-century literary studies that will appeal both to scholars working within the field and students and teachers encountering this fascinating area of study for the first time. -- .

Doctor Who Main Range 221 - The Star Men

Doctor Who Main Range 221 - The Star Men

Author: Andrew Smith, Steve Foxon Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 28/02/2017

Astronomical navigation is a tricky business. To help Adric with his studies, the Doctor sets course for Gallius Ultima -a planet on the edge of the Milky Way, housing one of the most impressive observatories ever constructed. But the TARDIS arrives to find Gallius U in a state of emergency, tracking the return of the Explorer-class ship Johannes Kepler from its mission into the heart of the mysterious Large Magellanic Cloud. A mission that met with disaster...To find out what overtook the crew of the Johannes Kepler, the Doctor and his companions must journey into the heart of the Cloud...and beyond, into the darkness of another reality altogether. The universe of the Star Men. The Star Men marks the first of a trilogy of stories reuniting the 1982 TARDIS crew for Peter Davison's Fifth Doctor - Adric (Matthew Waterhouse), Tegan (Janet Fielding) and Nyssa (Sarah Sutton). Director Barnaby Edwards is not only an overworked director for Big Finish productions, but on top of many audiobook voice-over duties, he's also the main Dalek operator in TV's Doctor Who.Sue Holderness takes an overdue dramatic role in this story, but is best known for playing Boycie's wife Marlene in much-loved sitcoms Only Fools and Horses and The Green Green Grass. Guest star Sophie Wu will be familiar to any fans of cult film hits Kiss-Ass and Kick Ass 2, or the much missed spooky BBC series The Fades. CAST: Peter Davison (The Doctor), Matthew Waterhouse (Adric), Sarah Sutton (Nyssa), Janet Fielding (Tegan), Sue Holderness (Kala Tace), Sophie Wu (Autumn Tace), Peter Guinness (Rovus), Damian Lynch (Fell/ Lom), Kris Dyer (Nomar/ Vedrin / Surgical Robot/ Pilot), Barnaby Edwards (Computer).

Survivors: Series 5

Survivors: Series 5

Author: Andrew Smith, Christopher Hatherall, Simon Clark Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 31/12/2016

The classic Seventies sci-fi series returns! It begins with just a few people falling ill. Another flu virus that spreads around the globe. And then the reports begin that people are dying. When most of the world's population is wiped out, a handful of survivors are left to pick up the pieces. Cities become graveyards. Technology becomes largely obsolete. Mankind must start again. 5.1 The Second Coming by Andrew Smith. Millions died when the plague swept the globe. Such a thing couldn't possibly happen again - or could it? When Abby Grant and Evelyn Piper both arrive at Carol Baker's Maythorne community, a chain of events is set in motion that could unleash a new wave of death across the country. 5.2 New Blood by Christopher Hatherall. Danger surrounds Whitecross when a simple border dispute exposes deadly tensions between those who live side by side. Greg Preston and Jenny Richards soon find themselves fighting for their lives, as people in the grip of a terrible new fear turn to the old ways to protect themselves. 5.3 Angel of Death by Simon Clark. Emerging from a quarantined Whitecross, Greg and Jenny discover that the danger they glimpsed at Springton is far from over.Meanwhile, as isolated communities find themselves exposed to a disease they know nothing about, Abby joins a desperate race to save lives. 5.4 Come the Horsemen by Andrew Smith.In times of crisis, rumour and fear run rife across the decimated landscape of Britain. Evelyn and Abby experience the lethal effects of this panic first hand. At such times the worst of humanity is exposed. Can Greg and Jenny find the best in those around them? Or is there no way to avoid the coming of the horsemen?This revisit and continuation of the hit 1970s BBC series has been one of producer Big Finish's most critically-acclaimed works and has been short-listed in nominations for both the 2015 and 2016 BBC Audio Drama Awards. This full-cast audio drama is brought to life with eerily engrossing sound design and a brand new, cinematic music score. Writer Andrew Smith has not only written a number of Doctor Who scripts for Big Finish, but wrote for the original TV series with 1980's acclaimed Full Circle story.C AST: Carolyn Seymour (Abby Grant), Ian McCulloch (Greg Preston), Lucy Fleming(Jenny), Fiona Sheehan (Hannah), Evelyn Piper (Zoe Tapper), Neve McIntosh (Carol Baker), Sean Biggerstaff (Healy), Barnaby Edwards (John Woodley/Old Scavenger/Stuart), Andy Secombe (Ben Turner), Fintan McKeown (Patrick Regan),Richard Hope (Silas Broome), Alex Clatworthy (Summer Broome/Elsie), Donna Berlin (Pearl Ironsmith), Ekow Quartey (Dylan), Elizabeth Payne (Beatrice/Margo), Roger May(Lenny Bryson).

The Impact of the First World War on International Business

The Impact of the First World War on International Business

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 27/10/2016

People throughout the world are now commemorating the centenary of the start of the First World War. For historians of international business and finance, it is an opportunity to reflect on the impact of the war on global business activity. The world economy was highly integrated in the early twentieth century thanks to nearly a century of globalisation. In 1913, the economies of the countries that were about to go war seemed inextricably linked. The Impact of the First World War on International Business explores what happened to international business organisations when this integrated global economy was shattered by the outbreak of a major war. Studying how companies responded to the economic catastrophe of the First World War offers important lessons to policymakers and businesspeople in the present, concerning for instance the impact of great power politics on international business or the thesis that globalization reduces the likelihood of inter-state warfare. This is the first book to focus on the impact of the First World War on international business. It explores the experiences of firms in Britain, France, Germany, Japan, China, and the United States as well as those in neutral countries such as the Netherlands, Sweden, and Argentina, covering a wide range of industries including financial services, mining, manufacturing, foodstuffs, and shipping. Studying how firms responded to sudden and dramatic change in the geopolitical environment in 1914 offers lessons to the managers of today's MNEs, since the world economy on the eve of the First World War has many striking parallels with the present. Aimed at researchers, academics and advanced students in the fields of Business History, International Management and Accounting History; this book goes beyond the extant literature on this topic namely due to the broad range of industries and countries covered. The Impact of the First World War on International Business covers a broad range of geographical areas and topics examining how private firms responded to government policy and have based their contributions mainly on primary sources created by business people.

The Speech

The Speech

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 13/10/2016

On April 20th, 1968 Enoch Powell, Member of Parliament in the English town of Wolverhampton, made a speech that shook Britain to its core. The ramifications of what some labelled a `racist diatribe' changed forever the way in which race was viewed and discussed in the United Kingdom. The Speech: a novel follows the lives of a group of characters - including Powell himself - living in Wolverhampton over a ten-day period before and after his speech. Mrs. Georgina Verington-Delaunay is a volunteer working in the Conservative riding office of Enoch Powell. It is through her interaction with Powell, now at a critical point in his political career, that we get to know him intimately. Frank and Christine are art students inadvertently caught in an undercurrent of intolerance. Nelson and his aunt, Irene, are Jamaican immigrants striving to make a life for themselves in an atmosphere of turbulent emotions and polarised opinions concerning Britain's immigration policies. A violent crime brings these disparate characters together as they struggle to find their places in the swiftly changing society of 1960s Britain. Set against a background of `subversive' music, radical fashions, and profound change in `moral values,' they attempt against all odds to bring a fair conclusion to an unjust investigation. As they work together against murky elements of self-interest and bigotry, they're forced to confront their own consciences and prejudices.

Lost in a Pyramid And Other Classic Mummy Stories

Lost in a Pyramid And Other Classic Mummy Stories

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 06/10/2016

'As he rushed madly and wildly through the night, he could hear a swift, dry patter behind him, and could see that this horror was bounding at his heels, with blazing eyes and one stringy arm out-thrown.'A mummy disappears from its sarcophagus in the dead of night; a crazed Egyptologist entombs a beautiful young woman; a student at Oxford reveals the terrible secrets of an ancient papyrus.These are among the twelve tales from the golden age of the mummy story collected here - stories that still cast a spell with their different versions of the mummy's curse, some chilling, others darkly romantic and even comic.Including tales by major writes such as Arthur Conan Doyle and Louisa May Alcott, as well as rare discoveries unearthed for the first time in over 100 years, this enthralling collection is introduced by Andrew Smith, a leading expert on ghost stories and Victorian gothic.

Terror and terroir

Terror and terroir

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 19/09/2016

Terror and terroir investigates the Comite Regional d'Action Viticole (CRAV), a loose affiliation of militant winegrowers in the sun-drenched, southern vineyards of the Languedoc. Since 1961, they have fought to protect their livelihood. They were responsible for sabotage, bombings, hijackings and even the shooting of a policeman. Against the backdrop of European integration and decolonisation they have rallied around banners of Resistance and their strong Republican heritage, whilst their peasant protests fed into Occitan and anti-globalisation movements. At heart, however, the CRAV remain farmers championing the right of people to live and work the land. Between the romantic mythology of terroir, and the misguided, passionate violence of terror, this book unpicks the contentious issues of regionalism, protest and violence. It offers an insight into a neglected area of France's past that continues to impinge on its future, infused with one of the most potent symbols of French culture: wine.

Terror and terroir

Terror and terroir

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 19/09/2016

Terror and terroir investigates the Comite Regional d'Action Viticole (CRAV), a loose affiliation of militant winegrowers in the sun-drenched, southern vineyards of the Languedoc. Since 1961, they have fought to protect their livelihood. They were responsible for sabotage, bombings, hijackings and even the shooting of a policeman. Against the backdrop of European integration and decolonisation they have rallied around banners of Resistance and their strong Republican heritage, whilst their peasant protests fed into Occitan and anti-globalisation movements. At heart, however, the CRAV remain farmers championing the right of people to live and work the land. Between the romantic mythology of terroir, and the misguided, passionate violence of terror, this book unpicks the contentious issues of regionalism, protest and violence. It offers an insight into a neglected area of France's past that continues to impinge on its future, infused with one of the most potent symbols of French culture: wine.

Gothic Death 1740-1914

Gothic Death 1740-1914

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 01/09/2016

Gothic death 1740-1914 explores the representations of death and dying in Gothic narratives published between the mid-eighteenth century and the beginning of the First World War. The book investigates how eighteenth century Graveyard Poetry and the tradition of the elegy produced a version of death that underpinned ideas about empathy and models of textual composition. Later accounts of melancholy, as in the work of Ann Radcliffe and Mary Shelley, emphasise the literary construction of death. The shift from writing death to interpreting the signs of death is explored in relation to the work of Poe, Emily Bronte and George Eliot. A chapter on Dickens examines the significance of graves and capital punishment during the period. A chapter on Haggard, Stoker and Wilde explores conjunctions between love and death and a final chapter on Machen and Stoker explores how scientific ideas of the period help to contextualise a specifically fin de siecle model of death. This book will be of interest to academics and students working on literature on the Gothic and more generally on the literary culture of the period.

Gothic Death 1740-1914

Gothic Death 1740-1914

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 01/09/2016

Gothic death 1740-1914 explores the representations of death and dying in Gothic narratives published between the mid-eighteenth century and the beginning of the First World War. The book investigates how eighteenth century Graveyard Poetry and the tradition of the elegy produced a version of death that underpinned ideas about empathy and models of textual composition. Later accounts of melancholy, as in the work of Ann Radcliffe and Mary Shelley, emphasise the literary construction of death. The shift from writing death to interpreting the signs of death is explored in relation to the work of Poe, Emily Bronte and George Eliot. A chapter on Dickens examines the significance of graves and capital punishment during the period. A chapter on Haggard, Stoker and Wilde explores conjunctions between love and death and a final chapter on Machen and Stoker explores how scientific ideas of the period help to contextualise a specifically fin de siecle model of death. This book will be of interest to academics and students working on literature on the Gothic and more generally on the literary culture of the period.

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 25/08/2016

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein consists of sixteen original essays on Mary Shelley's novel by leading scholars, providing an invaluable introduction to Frankenstein and its various critical contexts. Theoretically informed but accessibly written, this volume relates Frankenstein to various social, literary, scientific and historical contexts, and outlines how critical theories such as ecocriticism, posthumanism, and queer theory generate new and important discussion in illuminating ways. The volume also explores the cultural afterlife of the novel including its adaptations in various media such as drama, film, television, graphic novels, and literature aimed at children and young adults. Written by an international team of leading experts, the essays provide new insights into the novel and the various critical approaches which can be applied to it. The volume is an essential guide to students and academics who are interested in Frankenstein and who wish to know more about its complex literary history.

Gothic Death 1740-1914 A Literary History

Gothic Death 1740-1914 A Literary History

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 23/08/2016

Gothic death 1740-1914 explores the representations of death and dying in Gothic narratives published between the mid-eighteenth century and the beginning of the First World War. The book investigates how eighteenth century Graveyard Poetry and the tradition of the elegy produced a version of death that underpinned ideas about empathy and models of textual composition. Later accounts of melancholy, as in the work of Ann Radcliffe and Mary Shelley, emphasise the literary construction of death. The shift from writing death to interpreting the signs of death is explored in relation to the work of Poe, Emily Bronte and George Eliot. A chapter on Dickens examines the significance of graves and capital punishment during the period. A chapter on Haggard, Stoker and Wilde explores conjunctions between love and death and a final chapter on Machen and Stoker explores how scientific ideas of the period help to contextualise a specifically fin de siecle model of death. This book will be of interest to academics and students working on literature on the Gothic and more generally on the literary culture of the period. -- .

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 19/08/2016

The Cambridge Companion to Frankenstein consists of sixteen original essays on Mary Shelley's novel by leading scholars, providing an invaluable introduction to Frankenstein and its various critical contexts. Theoretically informed but accessibly written, this volume relates Frankenstein to various social, literary, scientific and historical contexts, and outlines how critical theories such as ecocriticism, posthumanism, and queer theory generate new and important discussion in illuminating ways. The volume also explores the cultural afterlife of the novel including its adaptations in various media such as drama, film, television, graphic novels, and literature aimed at children and young adults. Written by an international team of leading experts, the essays provide new insights into the novel and the various critical approaches which can be applied to it. The volume is an essential guide to students and academics who are interested in Frankenstein and who wish to know more about its complex literary history.

Exploring the 5D New Earth A Quan Yin Revelation

Exploring the 5D New Earth A Quan Yin Revelation

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 06/06/2016

Racism and Everyday Life Social Theory, History and 'Race'

Racism and Everyday Life Social Theory, History and 'Race'

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 16/12/2015

What does it mean to talk about everyday racism, and why should we do so? Racism and Everyday Life brings together the sociologies of racism and everyday life in a new way in order to reflect on these questions. Smith argues that racism and everyday life are not just 'act' and 'context' respectively, but rather they are part of the making of each other. Using a variety of historical and contemporary examples, this book draws on the pioneering insights of W.E.B. Du Bois and other writers in order to explore the interwoven relationship between racism and the everyday.

Racism and Everyday Life Social Theory, History and 'Race'

Racism and Everyday Life Social Theory, History and 'Race'

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 15/12/2015

What does it mean to talk about everyday racism, and why should we do so? Racism and Everyday Life brings together the sociologies of racism and everyday life in a new way in order to reflect on these questions. Smith argues that racism and everyday life are not just 'act' and 'context' respectively, but rather they are part of the making of each other. Using a variety of historical and contemporary examples, this book draws on the pioneering insights of W.E.B. Du Bois and other writers in order to explore the interwoven relationship between racism and the everyday.

Events in the City Using public spaces as event venues

Events in the City Using public spaces as event venues

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 03/12/2015

Cities are staging more events than ever. Within this macro-trend, there is another less acknowledged trend: more events are being staged in public spaces. Some events have always been staged in parks, streets and squares, but in recent years events have been taken out of traditional venues and staged in prominent urban spaces. This is favoured by organisers seeking more memorable and more spectacular events, but also by authorities who want to animate urban space and make it more visible. This book explains these trends and outlines the implications for public spaces. Events play a positive role in our cities, but turning public spaces into venues is often controversial. Events can denigrate as well as animate city space; they are part of the commercialisation, privatisation and securitisation of public space noted by commentators in recent years. The book focuses on examples from London in particular, but it also covers a range of other cities from the developed world. Events at different scales are addressed and, there is dedicated coverage of sports events and cultural events. This topical and timely volume provides valuable material for higher level students, researchers and academics from events studies, urban studies and development studies.

Stand-Off

Stand-Off

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 10/09/2015

Senior year is supposed to be easy, but for Ryan Dean West, there are no guarantees. Ryan Dean finds himself as the rugby team's new captain and stand-off - the position once played by his friend, Joey. Plus, somehow he's inherited as his roommate Sam Abernathy, a twelve-year-old cooking whiz with extreme claustrophobia and a crush on Annie Altman, Ryan Dean's girlfriend. And Ryan Dean has his own problems, too - he's haunted by things from his past he can't escape, fear of losing Annie, and the fact that sometimes the uncontrollable force of friendship moves under its own power.

Alex Crow

Alex Crow

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 10/03/2015

Once again blending multiple story strands that transcend time and place,Grasshopper Jungleauthor Andrew Smith tells the story of 15-year-old Ariel, arefugee from theMiddle East who is the sole survivor of an attack on his small village. Now living with an adoptive family in Sunday, West Virginia, Ariel's story of his summer at a boys' camp for tech detox is juxtaposed against those of a schizophrenic bomber and the diaries of a failed arctic expedition from the late nineteenth century. Oh, and there's also a depressed bionic reincarnated crow.

Mistfall

Mistfall

Author: Andrew Smith Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 31/01/2015

Drawn off-course, the TARDIS passes through a CVE into a closed universe. In order to escape E-Space, the Doctor, Nyssa, Tegan and Turlough are forced to venture in the wilds of planet Alzarius. But they're not the only unwanted visitors to this strange world. A Starliner has landed, captained by Decider Merrion - but why would Merrion risk rousing the Planet that Slept, and the monsters in its marshes? Mistfall is coming. The Marshmen are coming. But while Nyssa and Turlough find themselves caught in the hands of fanatics who model themselves on the legendary Outlers, the Doctor and Tegan discover that the supposedly secure Starliner affords them no protection from monsters both within and without...Brings together the popular 1983 team of the Fifth Doctor and companions Tegan, Nyssa and Turlough. Scriptwriter Andrew Smith pens a much-anticipated sequel to his 1981 Doctor Who story Full Circle.

Doctor Who: Full Circle A 4th Doctor novelisation

Doctor Who: Full Circle A 4th Doctor novelisation

Author: Andrew Smith Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 29/01/2015

Matthew Waterhouse reads this classic novelisation of a Fourth Doctor TV adventure. The Doctor, Romana and K9 are heading for Gallifrey when they temporarily lose control of the TARDIS. The significance of this event is only revealed when they land, not on Gallifrey but on Alzarius. The planet's legendary Mistfall is approaching, a time when giant scaly creatures emerge from the swamps and go on the rampage, leaving a trail of death and destruction in their wake. As the Alzarians take cover in the Starliner spaceship, one band of young rebels is determined to be different. Among them is Adric, a boy who inadvertently leads Romana and K9 into terrible danger. Will the Doctor be able to save all their lives and unravel the secret of Mistfall? Matthew Waterhouse, who played Adric in the BBC TV series, reads Andrew Smith's complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1982. Reading produced by Lyndsey Melling. Sound design by Simon Power. Executive producer: Michael Stevens.

Doctor Who: Full Circle

Doctor Who: Full Circle

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 15/01/2015

Matthew Waterhouse reads this classic novelisation of a Fourth Doctor TV adventure.The Doctor, Romana and K9 are heading for Gallifrey when they temporarily lose control of the TARDIS. The significance of this event is only revealed when they land, not on Gallifrey but on Alzarius. The planet's legendary Mistfall is approaching, a time when giant scaly creatures emerge from the swamps and go on the rampage, leaving a trail of death and destruction in their wake.As the Alzarians take cover in the Starliner spaceship, one band of young rebels is determined to be different. Among them is Adric, a boy who inadvertently leads Romana and K9 into terrible danger. Will the Doctor be able to save all their lives and unravel the secret of Mistfall?Matthew Waterhouse, who played Adric in the BBC TV series, reads Andrew Smith's complete and unabridged novelisation, first published by Target Books in 1982. Reading produced by Lyndsey Melling. Sound design by Simon Power. Executive producer: Michael Stevens.

Domain of the Voord

Domain of the Voord

Author: Andrew Smith Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 30/09/2014

The Doctor, Susan, Ian and Barbara land on Hydra, where Admiral Jonas Kaan leads a flotilla of ships trying to elude the vicious race that has invaded their world. But his ships are being picked off one by one, dragged underwater by an unseen foe...

Winger

Winger

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 05/06/2014

Ryan Dean West is a fourteen-year-old boy at a boarding school for rich kids. He's living in Opportunity Hall, the dorm for troublemakers, and rooming with the biggest bully on the rugby team. And he's madly in love with his best friend Annie, who thinks of him as a little boy. With the help of his sense of humour, rugby buddies, and his penchant for doodling comics, Ryan Dean manages to survive life's complications and even find some happiness along the way. But when the unthinkable happens, he has to figure out how to hold on to what's important, even when it feels like everything has fallen apart. Filled with hand-drawn illustrations and told in a pitch-perfect voice, this realistic depiction of a teen's experience strikes an exceptional balance of hilarious and heartbreaking. - Publishers Weekly Best Books of 2013 - Amazon's Top 20 YA Books of 2013 - Publishers Weekly Top 10 Summer Reads of 2013 - ALA/YALSA nominee for Best Fiction for Young Adults 2014 - 2014 Rainbow List Nominee Andrew Smith knew ever since his days as editor of his high school newspaper that he wanted to be a writer. After graduating college, he experimented with journalistic careers - writing for newspapers and radio stations - but found it wasn't the kind of writing he'd dreamed about doing. Andrew Smith has always wanted to be a writer. After graduating college, he wrote for newspapers and radio stations, but found it wasn't the kind of writing he'd dreamed about doing. Born with an impulse to travel, Smith, the son of an immigrant, bounced around the world and from job to job, before settling down in Southern California. There, he got his first 'real job', as a teacher in an alternative educational program for at-risk teens, married, and moved to a rural mountain location where he lives with his wife, two children, two horses, three dogs, three cats and one irritable lizard named Leo.

The Victorian Gothic An Edinburgh Companion

The Victorian Gothic An Edinburgh Companion

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 21/05/2014

This book offers an invaluable insight into the complex and various Gothic forms of the 19th century. The Edinburgh Companion to the Victorian Gothic is an essential resource for students and scholars working on the Gothic, Victorian literature and culture and critical theory. Each chapter is written by an acknowledged expert in their field on a specific topic within the Victorian writing, including science, medicine, Queer theory, imperialism, nationalism, and gender. Additional chapters on the ghost story, realism, the fin de siecle, pulp fictions, sensation fiction, and the Victorian way of death means that this Companion provides the most complete overview of the Victorian Gothic to date. This title is unique as a multi-authored, comprehensive exploration of the Victorian Gothic. It offers original research in all chapters. It sets the agenda for future scholarship in the field.

Grasshopper Jungle

Grasshopper Jungle

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 11/02/2014

A 2015 Michael L. Printz Honor BookWinner of the 2014 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award for Fiction';Grasshopper Jungle is a rollicking tale that is simultaneously creepy and hilarious. It's propulsive plot would be delightful enough on its own, but Smith's ability to blend teenage drama into a bug invasion is a literary joy to behold Smith may have intended this novel for young adults, but his technique reminds me of Kurt Vonnegut's in ';Slaughterhouse Five,' in the best sense.'New York Times Book Review In the small town of Ealing, Iowa, Austin and his best friend, Robby, have accidentally unleashed an unstoppable army. An army of horny, hungry, six-foot-tall praying mantises that only want to do two things. This is the truth. This is history. It's the end of the world. And nobody knows anything about it. You know what I mean.Funny, intense, complex, and brave, Grasshopper Jungle brilliantly weaves together everything from testicle-dissolving genetically modified corn to the struggles of recession-era, small-town America in this groundbreaking coming-of-age stunner from the author of The Alex Crowand Winger.From the Hardcover edition.

The Brood of Erys

The Brood of Erys

Author: Andrew Smith Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 01/02/2014

A Season in Non-League Football 2012-2013

A Season in Non-League Football 2012-2013

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 25/07/2013

In my match reports I wanted to convey the passion which follows the beautiful game , not just in the professional arena but especially in Non-League football as well. Each and every team is followed with pride by their supporters, whether at home or away. These teams do not generate massive profits year on year but are kept alive by a few unpaid members who give of their time and effort year after year. In each of the games I have seen this season there has been a buzz of excitement just prior to kick-off. Expectations have to be matched - points have to be played for or the next round of the competition must be reached. All, and more, than you would expect from the much loved national sport - without the scandals and notoriety as an ingredient. The author has lived in West Kent for nearly 40 years and, having recently retired, believes watching Non-League football keeps him out of mischief and protects his sanity.

Gothic Literature

Gothic Literature

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 10/03/2013

This is the new edition of bestselling introductory text outlining the history and ways of reading Gothic literature. This revised edition includes a new chapter on Contemporary Gothic which explores the Gothic of the early twentieth century and looks at new critical developments. It features an updated Bibliography of critical sources and a revised Chronology. The book opens with a Chronology and an Introduction to the principal texts and key critical terms, followed by five chapters: The Gothic Heyday 1760-1820; Gothic 1820-1865; Gothic Proximities 1865-1900; Twentieth Century; and Contemporary Gothic. The discussion examines how the Gothic has developed in different national contexts and in different forms, including novels, novellas, poems, films, radio and television. Each chapter concludes with a close reading of a specific text - Frankenstein, Jane Eyre, Dracula, The Silence of the Lambs and The Historian - to illustrate ways in which contextual discussion informs critical analysis. The book ends with a Conclusion outlining possible future developments within scholarship on the Gothic.

King of Marbury

King of Marbury

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 02/10/2012

Marbury is another world, a dark world that best friends Jack Whitmore and Conner Kirk have fallen into before. A stranger had given Jack a pair of glasses - it's through the lenses that the boys get to Marbury. Told through Conner's point of view, THE KING OF MARBURY asks whether Marbury is only in Jack and Conner's minds, or if it might actually be real. You decide.At the Publisher's request, this title is being sold without Digital Rights Management Software (DRM) applied.

Ascension & the Fifth Dimensional Network

Ascension & the Fifth Dimensional Network

Author: Andrew Smith, Keith Laidler Format: Paperback Release Date: 03/09/2012

The First Sontarans

The First Sontarans

Author: Andrew Smith Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 31/07/2012

Plotinus, Porphyry and Iamblichus Philosophy and Religion in Neoplatonism

Plotinus, Porphyry and Iamblichus Philosophy and Religion in Neoplatonism

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 28/01/2012

This selection of twenty-five essays by Andrew Smith is devoted to Neoplatonism and especially to Plotinus and Porphyry. It deals with Plotinus' development of the Platonic Forms, and includes a lengthy assessment of Porphyry's contribution to the Platonic tradition. The themes also embrace a number of issues that have become particularly prominent in the more recent growth of interest in these philosophers of late antiquity. For example, the importance of practical ethical activity is examined particularly in the case of Plotinus and it is argued from several perspectives that a theoretical basis for reconciling the life of contemplation with that of everyday living may be found in his metaphysics. This also involves his speculations on time and eternity as well as his observations about human consciousness. A closer examination of the role of religion, magic and myth in the life of the philosopher reveals a much richer and more nuanced appreciation of their importance than has been accorded them by an earlier generation of scholars. In particular the contribution of Iamblichus is recognised as a profound attempt to account for divine activity in the world and the first attempt to propose a solution to the problems involved in presenting metaphysics of religious ritual.

Events and Urban Regeneration The Strategic Use of Events to Revitalise Cities

Events and Urban Regeneration The Strategic Use of Events to Revitalise Cities

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 24/01/2012

In recent years, major sporting and cultural events such as the Olympic Games have emerged as significant elements of public policy, particularly in efforts to achieve urban regeneration. As well as opportunities arising from new venues, these events are viewed as a way of stimulating investment, gaining civic engagement and publicizing progress to assist the urban regeneration process more generally. However, the pursuit of regeneration involving events is a practice that is poorly understood, controversial and risky. Events and Urban Regeneration is the first book dedicated to the use of events in regeneration. It explores the relationship between events and regeneration by analyzing a range of cities and a range of sporting and cultural events projects. It considers various theoretical perspectives to provide insight into why major events are important to contemporary cites. It examines the different ways that events can assist regeneration, as well as problems and issues associated with this unconventional form of public policy. It identifies key issues faced by those tasked with using events to assist regeneration and suggests how practices could be improved in the future. The book adopts a multi-disciplinary perspective, drawing together ideas from the geography, urban planning and tourism literatures, as well as from the emerging events and regeneration fields. It illustrates arguments with a range of international case studies placed within and at the end of chapters to show positive outcomes that have been achieved and examples of high profile failures. This timely book is essential reading for students and practitioners who are interested in events, urban planning, urban geography and tourism.

Events and Urban Regeneration The Strategic Use of Events to Revitalise Cities

Events and Urban Regeneration The Strategic Use of Events to Revitalise Cities

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 20/01/2012

In recent years, major sporting and cultural events such as the Olympic Games have emerged as significant elements of public policy, particularly in efforts to achieve urban regeneration. As well as opportunities arising from new venues, these events are viewed as a way of stimulating investment, gaining civic engagement and publicizing progress to assist the urban regeneration process more generally. However, the pursuit of regeneration involving events is a practice that is poorly understood, controversial and risky. Events and Urban Regeneration is the first book dedicated to the use of events in regeneration. It explores the relationship between events and regeneration by analyzing a range of cities and a range of sporting and cultural events projects. It considers various theoretical perspectives to provide insight into why major events are important to contemporary cites. It examines the different ways that events can assist regeneration, as well as problems and issues associated with this unconventional form of public policy. It identifies key issues faced by those tasked with using events to assist regeneration and suggests how practices could be improved in the future. The book adopts a multi-disciplinary perspective, drawing together ideas from the geography, urban planning and tourism literatures, as well as from the emerging events and regeneration fields. It illustrates arguments with a range of international case studies placed within and at the end of chapters to show positive outcomes that have been achieved and examples of high profile failures. This timely book is essential reading for students and practitioners who are interested in events, urban planning, urban geography and tourism.

An Insider's Guide to Business Valuation

An Insider's Guide to Business Valuation

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 30/06/2011

An Insider's Guide to Business Valuation provides board members and executives with a quick reference guide for conducting business valuations for their businesses. Topics covered include: Valuation Procedures, New Approaches in Valuation, Purchase Price Allocations, Impairment Testing, Allocating Equity Value, Discounts, and Fairness Opinions.

The Invasion of E-Space

The Invasion of E-Space

Author: Andrew Smith Format: CD-Audio Release Date: 31/10/2010

Revolution of 2012 Taking Action

Revolution of 2012 Taking Action

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 15/04/2010

In the Path of Falling Objects

In the Path of Falling Objects

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 24/11/2009

Jonah and his younger brother, Simon, are on their own. All they have left in the world is ten dollars, a backpack full of dirty clothes, and a stack of letters from their older brother, who's fighting in the war. They're on their way to Arizona when they catch a ride from a couple. The girl is friendlyand beautiful. But the man is different, maybe dangerous, maybedeadly. It's a good thing Jonah and Simon packed one more thing in their bag . . . a gun.

Ghost Medicine

Ghost Medicine

Author: Andrew Smith Format: eBook Release Date: 14/10/2008

The summer before Troy Stotts turns seventeen, his mother dies. Troy and his father barely speak, mostly communicating instead by writing notes on a legal pad by the phone. Troy spends most of his time with his closest friends: Tom Buller, brash and fearless, the son of a drunk; Gabe Benavidez, smart enough to know hell never take over the family ranch; and Gabes sister Luz, whose family overprotects her, and who Troy has loved since they were children.Troy and his friends dont want trouble. They want this to be the summer of what Troy calls ghost medicine, when time seems to stop, so they wont have to face the past, or the future. But before the summer is over, their paths will cross with people in dangerous and fateful ways. Troy and his friends want to be invisible. Instead, they will become what they least expectbrothers, lovers, heroes, and ghosts.From the Compact Disc edition.

British Businessmen and Canadian Confederation Constitution Making in an Era of Anglo-Globalization

British Businessmen and Canadian Confederation Constitution Making in an Era of Anglo-Globalization

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 16/07/2008

The role played by British financiers in Canadian Confederation.

The Revolution of 2012 The Challenge

The Revolution of 2012 The Challenge

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/04/2008

The Revolution of 2012 Volume One - The Preparation

The Revolution of 2012 Volume One - The Preparation

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/12/2006

Lux illuxit laetabunda Vocal score

Lux illuxit laetabunda Vocal score

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Sheet music Release Date: 02/03/2006

for SATB (with divisions) unaccompanied Set to the text of a 12th-century Sequence in honour of the martyr St Olav and characterized by a mellifluous plainchant-style melody, this glorious motet pulses with understated intensity. The opening drones, performed in free time and re-stated throughout, establish a quiet energy which rises until the luminescent final section, in which the heavens are called to rejoice. The original Sequence provides a stately coda. This is splendid and original music, suitable for both concert and liturgical use.

The Philosopher and Society in Late Antiquity Essays in Honour of Peter Brown

The Philosopher and Society in Late Antiquity Essays in Honour of Peter Brown

Author: Andrew Smith, Karin Alt, etc. Format: Hardback Release Date: 01/12/2005

The philosophers of Late Antiquity have sometimes appeared to be estranged from society. 'We must flee everything physical' is one of the most prominent ideas taken by Augustine from Platonic literature. This collection of new studies by leading writers on Late Antiquity treats both the principles of metaphysics and the practical engagement of philosophers. It points to a more substantive and complex involvement in worldly affairs than conventional handbooks admit.

Philosophy in Late Antiquity

Philosophy in Late Antiquity

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 24/06/2004

Philosophy in Late Antiquity provides an essential new introduction to the key ideas of the Neoplatonists, which affected approaches to Plato as late as the nineteenth century. Andrew Smith shows how they influenced Christian thought and his approach not only allows us to appreciate these philosophical ideas in their own right, but it also gives us significant insights into the mentality of the age which produced them.

Philosophy in Late Antiquity

Philosophy in Late Antiquity

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 24/06/2004

Philosophy in Late Antiquity provides an essential new introduction to the key ideas of the Neoplatonists, which affected approaches to Plato as late as the nineteenth century. Andrew Smith shows how they influenced Christian thought and his approach not only allows us to appreciate these philosophical ideas in their own right, but it also gives us significant insights into the mentality of the age which produced them.

Gothic Radicalism Literature, Philosophy and Psychoanalysis in the Nineteenth Century

Gothic Radicalism Literature, Philosophy and Psychoanalysis in the Nineteenth Century

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Hardback Release Date: 05/06/2000

Applying ideas drawn from contemporary critical theory this book historicizes psychoanalysis through a new, and significant, theorization of the Gothic. The central premise is that the nineteenth-century Gothic produced a radical critique of accounts of sublimity and Freudian psychoanalysis. This book makes a major contribution to an understanding of both the nineteenth century and the Gothic discourse which challenged the dominant ideas of that period. Writers explored include Mary Shelley, Edgar Allan Poe, Robert Louis Stevenson and Bram Stoker.

Bram Stoker History, Psychoanalysis and the Gothic

Bram Stoker History, Psychoanalysis and the Gothic

Author: Andrew Smith, William Hughes Format: Hardback Release Date: 24/08/1998

Stoker is best remembered today as the author of Dracula . However, as the twelve essays in this volume demonstrate, Stoker's work blends the Gothic with the discourses of politics, sexuality, medicine and national identity to produce texts that may be read by a variety of critical methodologies. Following an Introduction that analyses how Stoker's writings have been critically received in the twentieth century, the book addresses not merely Dracula but also the author's other writings through historicism, psychology and genre.

Bram Stoker History, Psychoanalysis and the Gothic

Bram Stoker History, Psychoanalysis and the Gothic

Author: Andrew Smith, William Hughes Format: Paperback Release Date: 01/01/1998

Stoker is best remembered today as the author of Dracula . However, as the twelve essays in this volume demonstrate, Stoker's work blends the Gothic with the discourses of politics, sexuality, medicine and national identity to produce texts that may be read by a variety of critical methodologies. Following an Introduction that analyses how Stoker's writings have been critically received in the twentieth century, the book addresses not merely Dracula but also the author's other writings through historicism, psychology and genre.

Systematics and the Fossil Record Documenting Evolutionary Patterns

Systematics and the Fossil Record Documenting Evolutionary Patterns

Author: Andrew Smith Format: Paperback Release Date: 03/05/1994

This new text sets out to establish the key role played by systematics in deciphering patterns of evolution from the fossil record. It begins by considering the nature of the species in the fossil record and then outlines recent advances in the methodology used to establish phylogenetics relationships, stressing why fossil evidence can be crucial. The way species are grouped into higher taxa, and how this affects their utility in evolutionary studies is also discussed. Because the fossil record abounds with sampling and preservational biases, the book emphasizes that observed patterns can rarely be taken at face value. It is argued that evolutionary trees, constructed from combining phylogenetic and biostratigraphic data, provide the best approach for investigating patterns of evolution through geologic time. The only integrated text covering the study of evolutionary patterns from a phylogenetic stance.

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