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    Oxford Revisited
    Price
    $29.95
    Binding
    Hardcover
    ISBN13
    9781596910935
    Pages
    223
    Dimensions
    134 x 204 x 26mm
    Released
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    Description

    A portrait of the historical city by the London Jewish Counsel Award-winning author of The Song Before It Is Sung evaluates its medieval, liberal, and traditional influences while exploring the perspectives of leading minds and forefront debates that shaped its evolution.
    Oxford Revisited also available as an eBook!

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