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Paperback, 20/03/2018, £10.99

Why Marx Was Right

Paperback, 02/03/2018, £10.99

Radical Sacrifice

Hardback, 02/03/2018, £18.99
A trenchant analysis of sacrifice as the foundation of the modern, as well as the ancient, social order

Literary Theory: An Introduction

Paperback, 29/02/2008, £17.99
First published in 1983, Literary Theory: An Introduction is probably the best-selling work of literary criticism in the world today. It propelled its author to a position of such influence and controversy within the British academy that even Prince Charles once described him as "that dreadful Terry Eagleton".

How to Read Literature

Paperback, 02/05/2014, £10.99
What makes a work of literature good or bad? How freely can the reader interpret it? Could a nursery rhyme like Baa Baa Black Sheep be full of concealed loathing, resentment and aggression? This book addresses these intriguing questions and a host of others.

Meaning of Life: A Very Short Introduction

7, 24/04/2008, £7.99
We have all wondered about the meaning of life. Is there an answer? Is it up to us? Or is the question a bogus one? Terry Eagleton takes a witty, stimulating look at this most compelling of questions - and proposes his own answer.


Hardback, 06/01/2017, £16.99
A brilliant introduction to the philosophical concept of materialism and its relevance to contemporary science and culture

Culture and the Death of God

Hardback, 04/02/2014, £18.99
New observations on the persistence of God in modern times and why "authentic" atheism is so very hard to come by

Culture and the Death of God

Paperback, 02/06/2015, £10.99


Hardback, 03/05/2016, £16.99
One of our most brilliant minds offers a sweeping intellectual history that argues for the reclamation of culture's value


Paperback, 09/08/2007, £15.99
In the modern world, ideology has never before been so much in evidence as a fact and so little understood as a concept. This book unravels the many different meanings of ideology, and charts the history of the concept from the Enlightenment to postmodernism.