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The Bodleian Library : a subject guide to the collections

Author: G P M Walker; Mary Clapinson; Lesley Forbes; Bodleian Library.
Publisher: Oxford : Bodleian Library, 2004.
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"This is the first systematic subject guide to the holdings of the oldest and largest academic library in Great Britain. The result of efforts by forty past and present Bodleian staff specialists, the book describes the Library's current collections in the historical context of its four hundred years of acquisitions."--BOOK JACKET.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Bodleian Library.
Bodleian Library.
Oxford : Bodleian Library, 2004
(OCoLC)645929527
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: G P M Walker; Mary Clapinson; Lesley Forbes; Bodleian Library.
ISBN: 1851240799 9781851240791
OCLC Number: 57577798
Description: 240 p., [48] p. of plates : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 25 cm.
Contents: 1. Building the Bodleian's collections --
2. legal deposit collections --
3. Classical studies --
4. British history and politics --
5. English literature and language --
6. Children's books --
7. Theology --
8. Philosophy --
9. Social sciences --
10. Law --
11. Geography and maps --
12. Music --
13. Science, technology and medicine --
14. German studies --
15. French studies --
16. Italian studies --
17. Hispanic studies --
18. Russia and Eastern Europe --
19. Near and Middle East --
20. South, South East and inner Asia --
21. East Asia --
22. North America --
23. Australia and New Zealand --
24. Sub-Saharan Africa --
25. Printed ephemera --
26. Pictorial resources --
27. Bindings --
28. Historical bibliography and book history.
Other Titles: Subject guide to the collections
Responsibility: edited by Gregory Walker, Mary Clapinson and Lesley Forbes.
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