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Mr Holmes (DVD): Colin Starkey, Patrick Kennedy, Ian McKellen, Hattie Morahan, Roger Allam, Hiroyuki Sanada, Philip Davis,... Mr Holmes (DVD)
Colin Starkey, Patrick Kennedy, Ian McKellen, Hattie Morahan, Roger Allam, … 2
R137 Discovery Miles 1 370 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Ian McKellen stars as the famous sleuth Sherlock Holmes in this crime drama adaptation directed by Bill Condon. Set in 1947, the long-retired detective, now aged 93, lives in exile and spends his days tending to his bees and completing his memoirs. As Holmes examines the numerous achievements of his life, he finds himself continually troubled by his last ever case involving a beautiful woman (Hattie Morahan) which still remains unsolved. With his health failing, and his mind not as sharp as it once was, Holmes uses his fragmented memories of the case to try and piece the mystery together.

The Big I Am (DVD): Leo Gregory, Vincent Regan, Michael Madsen, Robert Fucilla, Steven Berkoff, Paul Kaye, Beatrice Rosen, MC... The Big I Am (DVD)
Leo Gregory, Vincent Regan, Michael Madsen, Robert Fucilla, Steven Berkoff, …
R41 R30 Discovery Miles 300 Save R11 (27%) Ships in 20 - 25 working days

British crime thriller. Mickey Skinner (Leo Gregory) is a small-time crook saddled with mounting debts and a seemingly endless run of bad luck. Mickey's break finally comes when he is unexpectedy given the keys to the empire of gangland boss Don Barber (Vincent Regan). But does he have what it takes to make it in the big league?

Poldark: Series 1-2 (Blu-ray disc): Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Heida Reed, Jack Farthing, Kyle Soller, Warren Clarke,... Poldark: Series 1-2 (Blu-ray disc)
Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Heida Reed, Jack Farthing, Kyle Soller, …
R86 Discovery Miles 860 Ships in 20 - 25 working days

All 18 episodes from the first two series of the BBC drama starring Aidan Turner as Captain Ross Poldark. Upon returning to Cornwall after fighting in the American War of Independence, Poldark must rebuild his life following the death of his father with his estate in ruins and his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth (Heida Reed) engaged to his cousin Francis (Kyle Soller), after hearing premature reports of his death. With the help of his new maid Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson), Ross attempts to navigate the hostile, poverty-stricken locals and the region's wealthy and influential businessmen to reopen his family's disused copper mine, Wheal Leisure.

Fast Girls (Blu-ray disc): Bradley James, Rupert Graves, Noel Clarke, Lenora Crichlow, Philip Davis, Lily James, lorraine... Fast Girls (Blu-ray disc)
Bradley James, Rupert Graves, Noel Clarke, Lenora Crichlow, Philip Davis, … 1
R57 Discovery Miles 570 Ships in 20 - 25 working days

Regan Hall's directorial feature debut is a fast-paced sports drama set in London. Sparks fly when Shania (Lenora Crichlow), a sprinter from the city's back streets, comes head to head with Lisa (Lily James), an equally ambitious young runner from a wealthy middle class background. Their fierce rivalry soon reaches breaking point as both girls strive to make it to the top. Bradley James, Rupert Graves and Noel Clarke co-star.

Poldark: Complete Series 1 (Blu-ray disc): Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Heida Reed, Jack Farthing, Kyle Soller, Warren... Poldark: Complete Series 1 (Blu-ray disc)
Aidan Turner, Eleanor Tomlinson, Heida Reed, Jack Farthing, Kyle Soller, …
R93 Discovery Miles 930 Ships in 20 - 25 working days

Aidan Turner stars as Captain Ross Poldark in this eight-part BBC adaptation. Upon returning to Cornwall after fighting in the American War of Independence, Poldark must rebuild his life following the death of his father with his estate in ruins and his childhood sweetheart Elizabeth (Heida Reed) engaged to his cousin Francis (Kyle Soller), after hearing premature reports of his death. With the help of his new maid Demelza (Eleanor Tomlinson), Ross attempts to navigate the hostile, poverty-stricken locals and the region's wealthy and influential businessmen to reopen his family's disused copper mine, Wheal Leisure.

In the Blood (DVD): Kenny Doughty, Adam Nagaitis, Alison Steadman, Joe Cole, Brian McCardie, Stuart Graham, Philip Davis In the Blood (DVD)
Kenny Doughty, Adam Nagaitis, Alison Steadman, Joe Cole, Brian McCardie, …
R30 Discovery Miles 300 Ships in 20 - 25 working days

Joe Cole and Philip Davis star in this gritty British crime drama. After the death of his grandfather (Davis), a group of violent gangsters turn to young drug addict Johnny (Cole) to finish the job his grandfather started and open a safe for them. Chosen as the only one able to crack the safe and complete their heist, Johnny's drug habit threatens to compromise his task as withdrawal symptoms set in and he wrestles with the guilt of his grandfather's recent passing...

Comrades (DVD): Vanessa Redgrave, James Fox, Michael Hordern, Barbara Windsor, Robin Soans, Keith Allen, Stephen Bateman,... Comrades (DVD)
Vanessa Redgrave, James Fox, Michael Hordern, Barbara Windsor, Robin Soans, …
R460 Discovery Miles 4 600 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Drama directed by Bill Douglas telling the story of the 'Tolpuddle Martyrs'. Having been arrested in England for campaigning for fairer wages and forming one of the first trade unions, a group of six farm workers from Dorset are sentenced to be transported to Australia in 1834 for seven years. Cameo appearances include Vanessa Redgrave, James Fox, Michael Hordern, Murray Melvin and Freddie Jones.

Bleak House (DVD, Boxed set): Gillian Anderson, Lilo Baur, Loo Brealey, Warren Clarke, Charles Dance, Philip Davis, Harry Eden,... Bleak House (DVD, Boxed set)
Gillian Anderson, Lilo Baur, Loo Brealey, Warren Clarke, Charles Dance, … 1
R181 Discovery Miles 1 810 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

It has always been recognized as one of Charles Dickens' literary masterworks, but this Bleak House is now fast-moving, daring, gripping television. Here is the murder mystery, the love story, the comic genius and the tantalising scandal of the novel but, stripped of its sentimentality, we find ourselves swept along by a pulsating and edgy drama.

Out of an interminable court case spin three young people each searching for their place in the world. Their story moves fast - swirling through an incredible array of characters from passionate young lovers to ruthless layers, from an ice-cold aristocratic beauty to a shrewd, relentless detective - until the final thrilling climax.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - Selected Writings (Paperback): Josie Billington, Philip Davis Elizabeth Barrett Browning - Selected Writings (Paperback)
Josie Billington, Philip Davis
R498 Discovery Miles 4 980 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This volume in the 21st Century Oxford Authors series offers students and readers a comprehensive selection of the work of the poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning (1806-1861). Accompanied by full scholarly apparatus, this authoritative edition enables students to study Barrett Browning's work within the rich context of her life and writing career. The revaluation of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's work by feminist scholars has made her an established author in university syllabuses in Britain and in America. Yet the reception of Barrett Browning as a writer within an explicitly female tradition has tended to limit the appreciation of her wider contribution to English literary culture in the nineteenth century, just as her popular image as a ringleted romantic heroine served sentimentally to eclipse her role as a literary pioneer. This edition complements or corrects these emphases by being the first edition dedicated to witnessing the progress and growth of the poet's creative direction-from her juvenilia through to her major achievements and beyond. The selection of works presented here appear in the order in which they were originally published, enabling students and readers to experience the contours of Barrett Browning's poetic career. Thus, following selections from published juvenilia, The Battle of Marathon (1820) and 'An Essay on Mind' and Other Poems (1826) and from 'Prometheus Bound' and Miscellaneous Poems (1833), there are more extensive selections from 'The Seraphim' and Other Poems (1838), from Poems 1844 and from Poems 1850 including the full text of Sonnets from the Portuguese. Substantial excerpts from Casa Guidi Windows (1851) is followed by the full text of Aurora Leigh (1857) and by selections from the posthumous Last Poems (1862). These individual sections are supplemented by careful selections (also chronologically ordered) from the correspondence, including the courtship letters with Robert Browning, and, where applicable, from poetry unpublished in the nineteenth century. Explanatory notes and commentary are included, to enhance the study, understanding, and enjoyment of these works, and the edition includes an Introduction to the life and works of Barrett Browning, and a Chronology.

The Health Professional's HPV Handbook - Human Papillomavirus and Cervical Cancer (Paperback): Walter Prendiville, Philip... The Health Professional's HPV Handbook - Human Papillomavirus and Cervical Cancer (Paperback)
Walter Prendiville, Philip Davies
R1,787 Discovery Miles 17 870 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

This compact, illustrated handbook is a concise but comprehensive resource that introduces medical students, general medical practitioners and gynecologists to the significance of the human papillomaviruses in the etiology of cervical cancer. All chapters are fully referenced and written by experts in the field. The content review virus structure, the epidemiology of HPV, the latest advances in HPV vaccination, and new markers for cervical disease.

Reading and the Reader - The Literary Agenda (Paperback): Philip Davis Reading and the Reader - The Literary Agenda (Paperback)
Philip Davis
R467 Discovery Miles 4 670 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Literary Agenda is a series of short polemical monographs about the importance of literature and of reading in the wider world and about the state of literary education inside schools and universities. The category of 'the literary' has always been contentious. What is clear, however, is how increasingly it is dismissed or is unrecognised as a way of thinking or an arena for thought. It is sceptically challenged from within, for example, by the sometimes rival claims of cultural history, contextualized explanation, or media studies. It is shaken from without by even greater pressures: by economic exigency and the severe social attitudes that can follow from it; by technological change that may leave the traditional forms of serious human communication looking merely antiquated. For just these reasons this is the right time for renewal, to start reinvigorated work into the meaning and value of literary reading. Reading and the Reader offers a defence of reading serious literature, where reading offers a place for inner contemplation, emotion, imagination, and thought-experiment through the energising booster-rocket of literature. It is argued that literature creates a holding-ground in which a dense sense of experience is registered. Such a place is vital to human well-being in the following respects: in sustaining the ability to use and not just suffer one's experience; to be able to think one's thoughts, even those that are customarily unadmitted or felt as anomalous or unworthy; to find room for a realm of speculation in between religions and secularization, in between literature and life. Reading and the Reader, one of the first volumes in the Literary Agenda series, exists to defend the value of reading, to narrow the gaps between the way writers and readers think, to bring literary thinking into the ordinary thinking of the world - especially at a time when the arts and humanities are under some threat. Literature is useful in terms of deep human needs. It offers a form of time-travel - across ages, countries, different minds - that provides alternatives to any conventional worldview.

The Transferred Life of George Eliot (Paperback): Philip Davis The Transferred Life of George Eliot (Paperback)
Philip Davis
R491 R390 Discovery Miles 3 900 Save R101 (21%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Reading George Eliot's work was described by one Victorian critic as like the feeling of entering the confessional in which the novelist sees and hears all the secrets of human psychology-'that roar which lies on the other side of silence'. This new biography of George Eliot goes beyond the much-told story of her life. It gives an account of what it means to become a novelist, and to think like a novelist: in particular a realist novelist for whom art exists not for art's sake but in the exploration and service of human life. It shows the formation and the workings of George Eliot's mind as it plays into her creation of some of the greatest novels of the Victorian era. When at the age of 37 Marian Evans became George Eliot, this change followed long mental preparation and personal suffering. During this time she related her power of intelligence to her capacity for feeling: discovering that her thinking and her art had to combine both. That was the great ambition of her novels-not to be mere pastimes or fictions but experiments in life and helps in living, through the deepest account of human complexity available. Philip Davis's illuminating new biography will enable you both to see through George Eliot's eyes and to feel what it is like to be seen by her, in the imaginative involvement of her readers with her characters.

Robin of Sherwood: The Complete Collection (DVD): Michael Praed, Jason Connery, Nikolas Grace, Judi Trott, Clive Mantle, Peter... Robin of Sherwood: The Complete Collection (DVD)
Michael Praed, Jason Connery, Nikolas Grace, Judi Trott, Clive Mantle, … 1
R840 Discovery Miles 8 400 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

All 26 episodes from the three series of the classic 1980s fantasy-historical television series. In series one and two, Michael Praed plays Robin of Loxley, the nobleman who is chosen by the mysterious forest-being Herne the Hunter to champion the oppressed and lead the fight against the Norman invaders. Gathering together a band of followers, Robin leads a guerilla campaign against the evil Sherrif of Nottingham (Nickolas Grace). In series three, after Robin of Loxley's death, Robert of Huntingdon (Jason Connery) adopts the mantle of Robin Hood and regroups the Merry Men to continue the fight against the Normans. Episodes from series one are: 'Robin Hood and the Sorceror (Parts 1 and 2)'; 'The Witch of Elsdon'; 'Seven Poor Knights From Acre'; 'Alan A Dale'; and 'The King's Fool'. Episodes from series two are: 'The Prophecy'; 'The Children of Israel'; 'Lord of the Trees'; 'The Enchantment'; 'The Swords of Wayland (Parts 1 and 2)'; and 'The Greatest Enemy'. Episodes from series three are: 'Herne's Son (Parts 1 and 2)'; 'The Power of Albion'; 'The Inheritance'; 'The Sheriff of Nottingham'; 'The Cross of St Ciricus'; 'Cromm Cruac'; 'The Betrayal'; 'Adam Bell'; 'The Pretender'; 'Rutterkin'; and 'The Time of the Wolf (Parts 1 and 2)'.

The Transferred Life of George Eliot (Hardcover): Philip Davis The Transferred Life of George Eliot (Hardcover)
Philip Davis
R714 R544 Discovery Miles 5 440 Save R170 (24%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Reading George Eliot's work was described by one Victorian critic as 'the feeling of entering the confessional in which she sees and hears all the secrets of human psychology-that roar which lies on the other side of silence'. This new biography of George Eliot goes beyond the much-told story of her life. It gives an account of what it means to become a novelist, and to think like a novelist: in particular a realist novelist for whom art exists not for art's sake but in the exploration and service of human life. It shows the formation and the workings of George Eliot's mind as it plays into her creation of some of the greatest novels of the Victorian era. When at the age of 37 Marian Evans became George Eliot, it followed long mental preparation and personal suffering. During this time she related her power of intelligence to her capacity for feeling: discovering that her thinking and her art had to combine both. That was the great ambition of her novels-not to be mere pastimes or fictions but experiments in life and helps in living, through the deepest account of human complexity available. Philip Davis's illuminating new biography will enable you both to see through George Eliot's eyes and to feel what it is like to be seen by her, in the imaginative involvement of her readers with her characters.

Fast Girls (DVD): Bradley James, Rupert Graves, Noel Clarke, Lenora Crichlow, Philip Davis, Lily James, lorraine Burroughs,... Fast Girls (DVD)
Bradley James, Rupert Graves, Noel Clarke, Lenora Crichlow, Philip Davis, … 1
R103 Discovery Miles 1 030 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Regan Hall's directorial feature debut is a fast-paced sports drama set in London. Sparks fly when Shania (Lenora Crichlow), a sprinter from the city's back streets, comes head to head with Lisa (Lily James), an equally ambitious young runner from a wealthy middle class background. Their fierce rivalry soon reaches breaking point as both girls strive to make it to the top. Bradley James, Rupert Graves and Noel Clarke co-star.

Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 21st-Century Oxford Authors (Hardcover): Josie Billington, Philip Davis Elizabeth Barrett Browning - 21st-Century Oxford Authors (Hardcover)
Josie Billington, Philip Davis
R3,393 Discovery Miles 33 930 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

The Barret Browning volume in the 21st Century Oxford Authors series offers a comprehensive selection of the works of one of the nineteenth-century's most famous poets. The revaluation of Elizabeth Barrett Browning's work by feminist scholars has made her an established (indeed standard) author in university syllabuses in Britain and in America. Yet the emphasis upon her contribution to a female tradition has tended to rigidify Barrett Browning's contribution to English literary culture in the nineteenth century, just as her popular image as ringleted-invalid-turned-romantic-heroine served sentimentally to eclipse her role as a literary pioneer. This edition complements or corrects these emphases by being the first edition dedicated to witnessing the progress and growth of the poet's creative direction - from her juvenilia through to her major achievements and beyond. In keeping with the aims of the series, the selection honours the original sequencing of the published works as the best means of indicating the contours of Barrett Browning's poetic career. Thus, following fairly limited selections from published juvenilia, The Battle of Marathon (1820) and 'An Essay on Mind' and Other Poems (1826) and from 'Prometheus Bound' and Miscellaneous Poems (1833), there are more extensive selections from 'The Seraphim' and Other Poems (1838), from Poems 1844 and from Poems 1850 including the full text of Sonnets from the Portuguese. Substantial excerpts from Casa Guidi Windows (1851) is followed by the full text of Aurora Leigh (1857) and by selections from the posthumous Last Poems (1862). These individual sections are supplemented by careful selections (also chronologically ordered) from the correspondence, including the courtship letters with Robert Browning, and, where applicable, from poetry unpublished in the nineteenth century. The edition comes with full scholarly apparatus (introduction, chronology, explanatory notes), though it follows the series policy of recording only significant variants between editions.

Another Year (DVD): Jim Broadbent, Lesley Manville, Ruth Sheen, Oliver Maltman, Peter Wight, David Bradley, Martin Savage,... Another Year (DVD)
Jim Broadbent, Lesley Manville, Ruth Sheen, Oliver Maltman, Peter Wight, …
R140 Discovery Miles 1 400 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Mike Leigh writes and directs this observational comedy drama depicting a year in the life of a contented middle-aged London couple. Medical counsellor Gerri (Ruth Sheen) is happily married to Tom (Jim Broadbent). The film follows Gerri over the course of the year as she opens her home and heart to her emotionally needy colleague Mary (Lesley Manville), counsels a chronic insomniac (Imelda Staunton), spends time on her allotment with Tom and plays host to their 30-year-old lawyer son Joe (Oliver Maltman) and his wife and baby.

Just for the Record (DVD): Danny Dyer, Sean Pertwee, Billy Murray, Rik Mayall, Steven Berkoff, Craig Fairbrass, Colin Salmon,... Just for the Record (DVD)
Danny Dyer, Sean Pertwee, Billy Murray, Rik Mayall, Steven Berkoff, …
R143 Discovery Miles 1 430 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

British mockumentary set in the seedy, cash-strapped world of low-budget filmmaking. A year after an independent production company set out to make a micro-budget feature film entitled 'Just for the Record', the cast and crew reunite to discuss the ill-fated production. The cast includes Steven Berkoff, Danny Dyer, Sean Pertwee, Craig Fairbrass, Rik Mayall, Lisa McAllister and Phil Davis.

Inspector George Gently: Series One (DVD, Boxed set): Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, Philip Davis, Richard Armitage, Tony Rohr,... Inspector George Gently: Series One (DVD, Boxed set)
Martin Shaw, Lee Ingleby, Philip Davis, Richard Armitage, Tony Rohr, …
R327 Discovery Miles 3 270 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

All three episodes from the first series of the detective crime drama set in the early 1960s, with Martin Shaw as Inspector George Gently, and Lee Ingleby as his partner DS John Bacchus. After a life spent hunting down the denizens of London's underworld, Inspector Gently has his world rocked by the murder of his wife by notorious gangster Joe Webster (Philip Davis). Considering retirement, he receives news of the murder of a young motorcyclist in Northumberland that bears striking similarities to the handiwork of Webster. Deciding to take on the case and bring his wife's killer to justice, Gently moves north, teaming up with partner-in-a-hurry, DS Bacchus. Episodes comprise: 'Gently Go Man', 'The Burning Man' and 'Bomber's Moon'.

Reading for Life (Hardcover): Philip Davis Reading for Life (Hardcover)
Philip Davis
R745 Discovery Miles 7 450 Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Reading for Life is an anthology of poems and of extracts from prose fiction, related to a series of case-histories of individuals carefully reading, discussing their reading lives, and thinking about the relation of literature to their existence. It enables readers to gain increased imaginative access to the works in question through seeing how they have intensely affected equivalent readers-a novelist, a poet, a doctor, a teacher, an anthologist, but also non-specialists, ordinary people within shared reading groups in many different settings, finding help from literary texts in times of often painful personal need. It is the story of the work done by Philip Davis' research unit, the Centre for Research into Reading, Literature and Society (CRILS), at the University of Liverpool, in a ten-year partnership with the outreach charity The Reader, taking serious literature to often neglected communities and struggling individuals through the shared reading-alive and aloud-of literature from all ages. Reading for Life is a detailed account of what reading literature can do for a wide variety of individuals in relation to a wide variety of texts: it will be of interest to serious readers in the wider world as much as to scholars working within literary studies, and to all those involved in thinking about the therapeutic interactions of literature and life in psychology, medicine, and mental health support settings.

Hester (Paperback): Margaret Oliphant Hester (Paperback)
Margaret Oliphant; Edited by Philip Davis, Brian Nellist
R290 R234 Discovery Miles 2 340 Save R56 (19%) Ships in 10 - 15 working days

Hester tells the story of the aging but powerful Catherine Vernon, and her conflict with the young and determined Hester, whose growing attachment to Edward, Catherine's favorite, spells disaster for all concerned.
Catherine Vernon, jilted in her youth, has risen to power in a man's world as head of the family bank. She thinks she sees through everyone and rules over a family of dependents with knowing cynicism. But there are two people in Redborough who resist her. One is Hester, a young relation with a personality as strong as Catherine's, and as determined to find a role for herself. The other is Edward, who Catherine treats like a son. Conflict between the young and the old is inevitable, and in its depiction of the complex relationships that develop between the three principal characters, Hester is a masterpiece of psychological realism. In exploring the difficulty of understanding human nature, it is also a compulsive story of financial and sexual risk-taking that inevitably results in a searing climax. Margaret Oliphant is one of the great Victorian novelists, and this edition re-establishes her importance.
About the Series: For over 100 years Oxford World's Classics has made available the broadest spectrum of literature from around the globe. Each affordable volume reflects Oxford's commitment to scholarship, providing the most accurate text plus a wealth of other valuable features, including expert introductions by leading authorities, voluminous notes to clarify the text, up-to-date bibliographies for further study, and much more.

City Slicker Slim Jr. - Basement Monsters (Paperback): Philip Davis City Slicker Slim Jr. - Basement Monsters (Paperback)
Philip Davis
R228 Discovery Miles 2 280 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
Health Complications Associated with Computers and Preventive Measures - Various steps to prevent A backache Neck pain Eye... Health Complications Associated with Computers and Preventive Measures - Various steps to prevent A backache Neck pain Eye strain Stress and Fatigue Restless Sleep And Male Virility When using Computers (Paperback)
Philip Davis
R222 Discovery Miles 2 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
How to Boost Your IQ - 16 fantastic methods to stimulate cognitive abilities (Paperback): Philip Davis How to Boost Your IQ - 16 fantastic methods to stimulate cognitive abilities (Paperback)
Philip Davis
R222 Discovery Miles 2 220 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
The Field of Social Service (Paperback): Philip Davis The Field of Social Service (Paperback)
Philip Davis
R619 Discovery Miles 6 190 Ships in 7 - 11 working days
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