Whitaker's Five-year Cumulative Book-list, 1939-1943

The Complete List of All Books Published in the United Kingdom in the Years 1939, 1940, 1941, 1942, and 1943, Giving in One Alphabetical List Details as to Author, Title, Sub-title, Size, Number of Pages, Price, Date, Classification and Publisher of Every Book




Category: English literature

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How to Find Out About Engineering

The Commonwealth and International Library: Libraries and Technical Information Division

Author: S. A. J. Parsons

Publisher: Elsevier


Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 286

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How to Find Out About Engineering provides a guide to sources of information on engineering and its various branches. Topics include branches of engineering, careers in engineering, sources of engineering-related information, libraries, handbooks, patents, dictionaries and encyclopedias, and periodical literature. Engineering organizations as well as education and training for careers in engineering are also considered. This volume consists of 20 chapters; the first of which introduces the reader to jobs available in the engineering industry, along with guides and sources of information on careers. The discussion then turns to sources of information on engineering such as bibliographies, reference works, publishers' and booksellers' catalogs, government publications, and industrial liaison centers in Britain. The chapters that follow focus on libraries and other sources of information that are available to engineers and engineering students, including handbooks, standards, patents, and technical drawings and designs. Dictionaries, encyclopedias, theses, and translations are also covered. In addition, the book includes chapters on the history and biography of engineering as well as different branches of engineering, from mechanical to chemical, aeronautical, and agricultural engineering. This book will be of interest to all persons engaged in the engineering profession or are contemplating on entering the profession.

How to Find Out About Economics

The Commonwealth and International Library: Libraries and Technical Information Division

Author: S. A. J. Parsons

Publisher: Elsevier


Category: Business & Economics

Page: 242

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How to Find Out About Economics focuses on information sources related to economics, including books, periodicals, government publications, and national and international organizations. The sources of arranged according to the Dewey Decimal Classification used by many libraries. This book is comprised of 17 chapters and begins with an overview of modern economics and guides to careers in economics. The following chapters focus on sources of employment registers and careers advice in economics; career and vocational guidance in the United States; and career patterns for economists. The discussion then turns to two categories of information relating to economics: bibliographical sources such as books, periodicals, abstracts, and similar printed documents; and non-bibliographical sources such as organizations and societies formed, for example, by economists or persons having an interest in economics. The book also considers libraries and their functions; guides to library resources; sources of education for careers in economics; and sources of economic history, business history, and biography. This monograph will be a useful resource for students and others interested in embarking on a career in economics.

A Handbook to Literary Research

Author: Simon Eliot

Publisher: Psychology Press


Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Page: 240

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"A Handbook to Literary Research is a unique and invaluable guide, specifically written for anyone undertaking postgraduate research in literature."..." Each chapter identifies and illustrates the central ideas and developments within its field, and includes 'questions and exercises' designed to help you grasp key points and practise skills. In addition the Handbook includes suggestions for further reading, a glossary, and an extensive checklist of bibliographical resources for the study of literature." -- cover.

How to Use Books

Author: Lionel McColvin

Publisher: Cambridge University Press


Category: Literary Criticism

Page: 94

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First published in 1947, this volume describes the scope and variety of books, and the ways in which they could be discovered, obtained and used.

More Hoosier Cooking

Author: Elaine Lumbra

Publisher: Indiana University Press


Category: Cooking

Page: 250

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A visual as well as a culinary feast, with illustrations by internationally known artist Rudy Pozzatti, this title aims to give you a second helping of the favorite fare of accomplished Indiana cooks.

How to Find Out in Chemistry

The Commonwelth and International Library: Libraries and Technical Information Division

Author: C. R. Burman

Publisher: Elsevier


Category: Reference

Page: 236

View: 643

How to Find Out in Chemistry: A Guide to Sources of Information, Second Edition focuses on the best possible use of the literature of chemistry. This book discusses some of the branches in chemistry, such as general and physical chemistry, analytical chemistry, organic and inorganic chemistry, and chemical technology. This text also serves as a guide for outlining the careers available to qualified chemists and explaining how such qualifications can be obtained; assembling a library of chemistry books; describing some of the general guides to books, biographies, and theses; acquiring periodical publications; and abstracting journals. This edition is intended for students and individuals conducting research on the implications of chemistry.