LUP: Then and Now. 3

Continuing the April celebration of Liverpool University Press‘s 10th (115th) birthday, Special Collections & Archives is showcasing each of the ‘Ten for £10′ landmark books published by LUP in the last decade, and pairing them up with a book published by the Press one hundred years ago. The sixth, seventh and eighth pairings bring together Caoimhe Nic Dháibhéid’s Seán MacBride (2011) with Alexander Mair, Philosophy and reality: an inaugural lecture delivered in the University of Liverpool (1911); Bill Marshall’s The French Atlantic: Travels in culture and history (2009) with Annie Isgrove’s Eledone (or octopuses) from 1909; and The Letters of John Murray to Lord Byron (2007) with University College & The University of Liverpool 1882-1907, printed for the twenty-fifth anniversary. Each new pairing will be added to the Special Collections & Archives display cases as the Ten for £10 list is revealed by LUP during April, and added to the blog with more about LUP: Then and Now.

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